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The 7th Book of Remembrance will be on exhibit at the Fredericton Region Museum (571 Queen Street, Fredericton, New Brunswick) for one day only this Saturday, October 8th! We will be opening early (9am) and not charging admission to give … Continue reading
York-Sunbury Historical Society Meeting on September 15, 2011, 7:30pm at Old Government House: The Story of Making the York Street Railway Station Presented by Ian Robertson, Curator of the York-Street Railway Exhibit and a Past-Past President of Fredericton Heritage Trust … Continue reading
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Join us on Monday and/or Tuesday, August 8th and 9th 2011 as we voyage through this incredible history and put ourselves to the task of creating our own formula of Soda pop. The most delicious creation will win a prize! Sign up with the pre registration form below and get your tickets today!
Call 506-455-6041 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
for more information.
Open on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 1 until 4pm during July and August 2011! Hannah’s Tea Place! Visit the Fredericton Region Museum and talk to Hannah about life as a Loyalist! Hannah Ingraham was 11 years old when … Continue reading
Currently on exhibit at the Fredericton Region Museum!! 571 Queen Street, Fredericton Somewhere Over the Rainbow…Bloomers Fly? Get your knickers in a knot with an exhibition of heritage underwear and undergarments! The items on display, selected from Queens County Heritage’s … Continue reading
This summer, the Fredericton Region Museum is fortunate to have Cavelle Macdonell, BFA, BEd. as our guest artist-in-residence! An accomplished contemporary artist, Cavelle will be opening a small arts studio and gallery within the Museum! As well, she will continue to teach courses in Fine Arts … Continue reading