Schedule – Awards Gala and Dance (Thursday May 16)

All registered CWSF participants will be invited to stay at the AUC as we celebrate an amazing week of accomplishments! CWSF 2019 Finalists and Delegates will enjoy a celebratory Awards Gala Dinner.

Following the dinner participants will walk a few short steps to the Student Union Building for the event of week dance and social event!

Snacks and the usual Finalist Lounge activities will be available as well. This event is open to Finalists and Delegates only.


Schedule – Awards Ceremony (Thursday May 16)

The Awards Ceremony will be held on Thursday May 16 from 3:30pm-5:30pm at the Aitken University Centre (AUC), 20 MacKay Drive.

Following the Awards Ceremony, all attendees will have the opportunity to mingle with new friends and enjoy photo ops. Registered CWSF participants will be invited to stay behind for a banquet dinner, followed by a dance down the hill.

Tickets for the Awards Ceremony will be available to visitors on a first come, first served basis. See Parents and visitors for all the details.


Schedule – STEM EXPO (Wednesday May 15- Friday May 17)

The STEM Expo will be Canada's largest youth science, technology, engineering and mathematics outreach and promotion event and will run concurrently with the CWSF Wednesday to Friday. Exhibitors will include government agencies, universities and colleges, private companies from various industries, outreach and education programs, museums and youth groups. The Expo is focused on offering engaging, hands-on activities, inspiring presentations and exciting demonstrations to all our visitors to showcase the opportunities that exist in STEM.


Schedule – CAMP CWSF (Wednesday May 15)

Do you remember sitting around the campfire at camp, singing songs and playing guitar? So do we! On Wednesday night, prepare yourself for CAMP CWSF. This will be a talent show to showcase the many gifts of our finalists. If you would like to perform, please make sure you bring your instruments with you, and sign up on the registration page.

The usual activities (board games, video games, cards, etc.) will also be available. Snacks will be provided.


Schedule – Freddy Festival @ The Market (Monday May 13)

Downtown Fredericton is the heart of our city, and Saturday mornings often find Fredericton residents visiting the Boyce Farmer’s Market. Enjoy the Freddy Festival at the Market, where vendors will offer fabulous fare from samosas to fresh-made kettle corn and exciting activities like bungee cord races. You can also explore Science East, a centre offering fun and hands-on science exhibits and our Beaverbrook Art Gallery – home to many incredible works of art. Each participant will be given dining cash to enjoy the meals offered by Market vendors.


Schedule – A taste of New Brunswick (Sunday May 12)

The Opening Ceremonies and Welcome Event will be held Sunday, May 12 at the Student Union Building, from 5:00pm until 9:00pm.Participants will be welcomed by some good old fashioned Maritime hospitality! You will be swept away by this showcase of everything New Brunswick has to offer: music, art, and of course, fantastic food. From art duels to rock bands to Maritime tunes, there will be something amazing awaiting you throughout the building. No need to dress up for the event, just bring your appetite and enjoy a fun-filled evening as we relax and get acquainted.


Schedule – Finalist and Delegates Lounges (Throughout the week)

Play a fierce game of Apples to Apples, read a great book, play some video games, or exchange pins with new friends- the Finalist and Delegate Lounges are the place to be in the evenings if you need some downtime. Located in the Student Union Building, the Blue Lounge and Room 103 are a stone’s throw away from accommodations, the Project Zone, and the dining hall. Board games, cards, video games, books, movies, and sports equipment will be available each evening. Snacks will also be available nightly.



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