3, 4, & 5, 2012
The Passamaquoddy Region of the NBAAC is looking forward to holding the
14th Annual Provincial Jamboree in the
Our theme this year will be “A Rock &Roll Beach Party-By
The Bay”. St. Stephen is located on the St. Croix River bordering
Calais, Maine. It is known as Canada’s Chocolate town. There are various
Museums and Historic Cemeteries as well as several parks and trails. It
is near St. Croix Island, the 1st French Settlement on North America
(1604). Also, in nearby communities, there are 5 historic covered
We are also within ½ hour of historic
St. Andrews by the
Included in the Jamboree will be a Meet & Greet on
Friday evening at the Oak Bay Fire Hall, a tour on Saturday (details
upon registration) ending up in St. Andrews with time to look around,
shop & get a snack); there will be a dinner and dance on Saturday
evening; a Car Show and Barbecue on Sunday and entertainment on Sunday
Breakfasts will be at the Oak Bay Fire Hall, with full
breakfasts on Saturday and Sunday and a grab and go breakfast on Monday.
More info will be available on registration.
There are several churches in the area for those who
wish to attend services.
Due to the fact that this weekend is the beginning of
the annual International Festival and
we suggest you book your reservations early.
Save money, register before June
More information available upon registration.
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Map of St. Stephen
The NBAAC Jamboree is open to anyone who is
a member of an antique or special interest car club.
The Jamborees are held in rotation around the province
on the August long weekend.
2016 will be our 50th Anniversary Celebration
Location to be determined.
The order of Regions:
Passamaquoddy - 2012
Upper Valley - 2013
Northwest - 2014
Fundy - 2015
Southeast - 2017
Lower Valley 2018
Northeast - 2019
Passamaquoddy - 2020
Upper Valley - 2021
Northwest - 2022
Fundy - 2023
Southeast - 2024