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WWKIP Day - World Wide Knit in Public Day at Brunswick Square Atrium

June 8, 2013 from 9am to 1pm
Come out and celebrate the art of knitting with us on Knit in Public Day this coming Saturday at the Atrium,Brunswick Square, 9am-1pm.Cricket Cove will hand out two $25 Gift Certicates and will offer a NoTax Day at the shop Level 2.We'll be working on long-legged dolls for fun or bring your favourite project.Tables and chairs will be set up in the atrium for your knitting comfort.See you there. See More
Jun 5, 2013
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Feb 23, 2013
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Cricket Cove Sweetheart Basket

Here's Your Sweetheart Treasure, Enter your name in our draw with your purchase at any Cricket Cove shop.the basket includes....1 hank of Briggs and Little exclusively dyed for KnitEast. 1 hank of KnitEast's Safe Harbour, dyed especially for…
Feb 7, 2013
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Feb 7, 2013
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Fabulous Friday Sale at Cricket Cove in Brunswick Square

November 23, 2012 from 10am to 8pm
This week’s Fabulous Friday Sale for November 23 atCricket Cove in Brunswick SquareBuy two Australian Merino yarns and get one freeChristmas is coming! Stock up!See More
Nov 22, 2012
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Knit in Public Day at King Square

June 9, 2012 from 10am to 2pm
Come join us for Knit In Public Day!There will be contests, prizes and snacks!We will be continuing the Community Knits (knit-a-long-scarf ) project for charity.Bring lunch, hat, lawn chair,knitting, crochetting, spinning etcCall the Brunswick Square shop for more details 506 642 2797See More
Jun 6, 2012
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Mother’s Day Knitting-Luncheon Workshop at Opera Bistro

May 12, 2012 from 10am to 2pm
.Cricket Cove & Opera BistroMother’s Day Knitting-Luncheon WorkshopSaturday, May 12 10AM-2PMat Opera Bistro, Saint John.Enjoy one of Opera’s outstanding lunches and get going on our gorgeous scalloped shawl /scarf project... just in time for summer.Bring your mom, bring somebody else’s mom, bring a friend or come by yourself.Everyone welcome!Price $40 plus a hank of gorgeous yarn ... Your choice. Lots to choose from.Please call Brunswick Square shop 642-2797 to register. …See More
May 3, 2012
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Cricket Cove Yarn Sale! at All Cricket Cove Locations!

April 27, 2012 all day
Back by popular demand - here is another Favourite Friday Sale - Opal yarn - including the hand dyed.Buy 2, Get 2 Free ($8.99/ball)Stock up on this lovely yarn in gorgeous colours(Christmas knitting has never been better)See More
Apr 23, 2012
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Mother’s Day Knitting-Luncheon Workshop at Opera Bistro

May 12, 2012 from 10am to 2pm
.Cricket Cove & Opera BistroMother’s Day Knitting-Luncheon WorkshopSaturday, May 12 10AM-2PMat Opera Bistro, Saint John.Enjoy one of Opera’s outstanding lunches and get going on our gorgeous scalloped shawl /scarf project... just in time for summer.Bring your mom, bring somebody else’s mom, bring a friend or come by yourself.Everyone welcome!Price $40 plus a hank of gorgeous yarn ... Your choice. Lots to choose from.Please call Brunswick Square shop 642-2797 to register. …See More
Apr 3, 2012
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Cricket Cove at Cricket Cove Brunswick Square

February 14, 2012 all day
Enter your name for our Valentine's Draw  in any Cricket Cove shop with each purchase between now and Valentines' DayWin our Cricket Cove Cashmere Headband kit. Designed by Michelle Porter of Fondle Patterns with Cricket Cove Cashmere (you'll remember her modelling in the KnitEast Fashion Show).This sweet little headband is fun to knit.... and very sweet to wear! Kit includes the pattern and RED cashmere to complete this neat little project. February is Heart and Stroke month and Valentine's…See More
Jan 8, 2012
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Cricket Cove Grand Opening! at Brunswick Square - Saint John

October 29, 2011 from 10am to 5pm
Brunswick SquareCricket Cove Grand OpeningSaturday,October 29/1110am-5pm Drop by our new store for some great Celebration Specials30% off all yarns and kits50% off selected items Enter your name in a draw for $100 Gift Certificate Stock up now for all of your Christmas knitting.See you there!Phone 506 642-2797www.cricketcove.comSee More
Oct 25, 2011
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Cricket Cove is Celebrating World Wide Knit-in-Public Day! at Cricket Cove Brunswick Square

June 11, 2011 all day
Cricket Cove will be celebrating World-Wide Knit-In-Public Day (KIP), June 11. If you're a knitter come out and join us - call shop in Brunswick Square (642-2797) for details .. if you're a Knit Friendly public space-bar, restaurant.etc.let us know. We'll add you to our list. www.cricketcove.com See More
Apr 14, 2011
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Brunswick Square's Fall Fashion Preview at Level 3 Brunswick Square

September 29, 2010 from 7pm to 9pm
Brunswick Square is raising funds for Big Brothers Big Sisters, while showcasing its mix of unique tenants in our Fall Fashion Show on September 29th. The Sea Dogs will be modeling for the event, along with real Big Sisters. There will be free dessert and we are also giving away some great prizes, including a night in Box Seats for 12 at a Sea Dogs game, a trip to Toronto, and a trip to Halifax! Tickets are $20 each and all proceeds are going to Big Brothers Big Sisters. They can be picked up…See More
Sep 20, 2010
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Lace Knitting Course at Shadow Lawn at Shadow Lawn

October 30, 2010 from 9am to 4pm
Learn all about the Magic of Lace with-our famous lace guru -Alma Beck, at the beautiful Shadow Lawn Inn in Rothesay,N.B.Diamonds and Old Lace, October 30, 9-4pm - Scarf or Shawl - your choice.With strong internal rythms both stitch patterns are easy to learn. The diamond lace stitches on the main body of the scarf/shawl will be trimmed with Godmother’s edging, a lace pattern used on Victorian-era baptism gowns.Suitable for confident beginner up.You will need 440 yds of lace weight or fingering…See More
Sep 18, 2010
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Sep 11, 2010

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What is your address Uptown?
Second Floor Brunswick Square
What is Your Telephone Number?
506-642-2797
Do you have a link to a website for your business?
http://www.cricketcove.com
What Products or Services are your Speciality?
Cricket Cove Fine Handknits and Yarns, Bags, Jewellery and Accessories
Welcome to Cricket Cove and the Wonderful World of Knitting!!!

For your indulgence Cricket Cove brings you a wide selection of handknit luxuries made with some of the most exotic yarns known to man ~ qiviut, cashmere, alpaca, yak, buffalo, camel and silk.

They’re all here for you.

A must to vist while in Saint John!!!

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2014 Lieutenant Governor’s Award of Excellence in Architecture Exhibit at the New Brunswick Museum at New Brunswick Museum, 1 Market Square, Saint John, NB, E2L4Z6

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Fundy Library Region Annual Book Sale at Market Square

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