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Art Exhibit Opening with Suzanne Goyetche & Alzheimer Fundraiser at Cooling Rack Gallery @ SudsMuffin

September 18, 2011 from 2pm to 4pm
Sunday September 18th, 2pm-4pm: Attend the opening of a new exhibit featuring the artwork of local artist Suzanne Goyetche. The event will take place at the Cooling Rack Gallery inside SudsMuffin, 160 Union Street in Uptown Saint John. Original paintings will be available for viewing and purchase. Suzanne will also be there to chat and talk about…See More
Sep 9, 2011
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Open July 1st

Wicked Good Treats will be open 10 to 5 on Canada Day. come on down to get your treats of fudge and lollies and kettle korn and chocolate and so much more.......just think how much fun watching the fireworks will be if you have all those treats to eat. See you July 1st! We Believe.....
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Father's Day June 20th

Father's are some times forgotten on this special day. Wicked Good Treats has a selection of great gifts especially for Dad. We have a great cooler golf bag and we will fill it with a selection of treats just for Dad. There is also a special wooden tool box and in it put some tasty Begian chocolate tools, sure beats the real tools! . Novelty chocolate for the policeman, fireman, sports enthusiast and a lot of other professions are available in limited quantities. There are also baskets in the…See More
May 20, 2010
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What is your address Uptown?
One Market Square
What is Your Telephone Number?
506-652-2639
Do you have a link to a website for your business?
http://www.wickedgoodtreats.net
What Products or Services are your Speciality?
Chocolate creations, Belgian Chocolate Shapes, Personalized Chocolate Bar Wrapper, Local Artists works

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Our Last Day

Today is our last day at Wicked Good Treats in Market Square. The store will be closing for the final time at 6 pm July 28th, 2010.

We have had a great time over the past five and 1/2 years, meeting new people everyday and having them return time and time again as valued customers.

Jan and I would like to say a big thank you to all of our customers, we have laughed with you, joked with you and even some we have shed tears with you. It has been wonderful and we…

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Posted on July 28, 2010 at 10:42am

Retiring and Closing Our Store

It is with sadness and joy that we will be closing Wicked Good Treats, formally Candy Bouquet the last week of July. The candy ladies, Jan and Suzanne are retiring. We have had a blast creating great gifts for all occasions and meeting so many wonderful customers who have been regulars in our store.

We are having a 25 % off sale and we also have a 1/2 price corner of great gift items. During the next two weeks we will also be doing gift orders, so if you need a basket for some…

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Posted on July 10, 2010 at 4:58pm — 1 Comment

Christmas in July Sale

Drop by Wicked Good Treats and check out our Christmas in July 1/2 price sale corner. Lots of great gifts items, mugs, belgian chocolate and more. Watch for our another big sale starting July 15th.

Posted on July 6, 2010 at 9:45pm

Maple Products

Wicked Good Treats in Market Square is now carrying Maple products made in New Brunswick. Yummy maple butter and maple syrup for those morning pancakes or salmon covered in maple syrup on the BBQ....can't you taste it?

Posted on June 23, 2010 at 12:21pm

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