Bed & Breakfast
Abbey Glenn Riverfront B&B 102 Waterloo Row, Fredericton, E3B 1Z1
Bamara Inn 998 Main St, Hampton, E5N 6E7 (506) 832-9099
Brennan's B&B 146 Waterloo Row, Fredericton, E3B 1Z1 (506) 455-7346
Carriage House Inn 230 University Ave, Fredericton, E3B 4H7
Chef's Manor B&B 1198 Rte 101 Hwy, Nasonworth, E3C 2C2
Country Lane B&B Inn 594 Route 690, Lakeville Corner, E4B 1N2
The Colonel's In B&B 843 Union St, E3A 3P6
Danny's Inn Restaurant & Conference Centre Beresford, E8K 1A1
Hampton Inn & Suites East Point Center, Saint John (877) 572-7666
Homeport Historic B&B 80 Douglas Ave, Saint John E2K 1E4 (888) 678-7678
Lakeview Inn & Suites 665 Prospect St, Fredericton
Ledges Inn On the shores of the world famous Miramichi River
Parkview B&B 236 Odell Ave, Fredericton, E3B 2L5
Sunset on the River B&B 4475 Route 102, Upper Kingsclear E3E 1N1 (506) 363-3089
Camping, Cabins, Cottages, Chalets
Hilton Saint John Market Square, Saint John E2L 4Z6 (506) 693-8484
Bonaventure Lodge 24354 Route 134, New Mills, E8G 1E5 (506) 237-2134
Country Haven Lodge & Cottages 601 Route 118, Gray Rapids E9B 1G9
45th Parallel Motel 941 Route 772, Fairhaven, Deer Island E5V 1P1
Chipman Hill Suites (506) 693-1171
Pond's Resort on the Miramichi 91 Porter Cove Rd, Ludlow E9C 2J3
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Stompin' Tom Connors is one of Canada's more prolific and well known folk singers. His songs often pay tribute to Canadian newsmakers or personalities, and can be topical, referring to news events of the day.
He was born Charles Thomas Connors (known as Tommy Messer) in Saint John, New Brunswick on February 9, 1936. Connors' habit of stomping the heel of his left boot to keep rhythm earned him the nickname "that stompin' guy", or "Stomper". It wasn't until Canada's 100th birthday, July 1, 1967, that the name Stompin' Tom Connors was first used. Typically writing about Canadian lore and history, some of Connors' better-known songs include "Bud the Spud", "Big Joe Mufferaw", "The Black Donnellys", "Reesor Crossing Tragedy", "Sudbury Saturday Night" and "The Hockey Song" (aka "The Good Old Hockey Game"); the last is frequently played over sound systems at National Hockey League (NHL) games.
Connors was one of four musicians pictured on the second series of the Canadian Recording Artist Series issued by Canada Post stamps in 2009.
A video of "The Good Old Hockey Game"
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