NBEX office now open to the public Monday-Friday 9am-1pm
“The province of NB has declared a State of Emergency to deal with COVID 19. Please choose our "Stay In & Pay In" payment options by paying online by clicking the Pre-Pay link above or calling 458-8819 to pay with Visa or MasterCard. Pay at our ****NEW*** Drop Box on our building, toonie stickers provided, write your Gold Rush number on the sticker, place on your toonie or dollar bills and drop in our safe secure box that is emptied several times per day.
During this time several of our Gold Rush locations will be unavailable. For an up to date list of which locations are still open for toonie drop box payments visit our website https://www.nbex.ca/ticket-locations If you are unable to pay for any reason during this time, your Gold Rush number can be temporarily inactive for the period of the State of Emergency, and held for you to continue play afterwards. Simply email email@example.com with Gold Rush number, name and phone number or call 458-8819 to arrange for your number to be temporarily in active.”
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The Capital Exhibit Centre is located close to downtown Fredericton, New Brunswick in Canada.
We have many events, of all types, throughout the year and have been part of the local community
since 1827. We are home to many locally organized agriculture events, functions, concerts and trade shows. Below are our major events that take place here every year.
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FREX-ROD offers enthusiasts in the Capital region a much needed “fix” of automotive excitement .
Next event May 7-9 : 2021
Ribfest is a festival type event with a small admission to the public.
Proudly supporting the Childrens
Next event June 2021
The Fredericton Exhibition ( NBEX ) has been taking place is Fredericton since 1827. It is the longest running and largest exhibition in the Atlantic Provinces.
Next event September 6-12 : 2021
Our Mission Statement
“The object of agriculture society #34 is to encourage improvement in agriculture and enhanced quality of life for persons living in the community by developing educational programs, events, services and facilities”
The vision of the exhibition is to accomplish the objective in producing the provincial exhibition, other exhibits, programing, and fundraising activities.