This bell is from a chapel in French Village originally built in 1717 by Father Jean-Baptiste Loyard, a Jesuit priest. He built for the local Aboriginals and named it after himself: “Saint Jean Baptiste”. King Louis XVth of France donated the bell to the chapel. By 1767 the Aboriginals had been killed or fled the [...]
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.
Volume 28, Number 1 (Spring and Summer 2011) Officers' Quarters - War Brides Part 2 Editorial/Production Team: Virginia Bjerkelund (Chair) Elaine Mercer (Editor) Vincent Erickson (Editor) Fred White Bill Acheson Doug Wright Production Team: Elaine Mercer (Editor) Melynda Jarratt (Fredericton Region Museum War Brides Exhibit Curator) Ruth Murgatroyd (Museum & Society Executive Director) Caitlin [...]
Come take a fascinating voyage through the history of modern day chewing gum, from spruce trees to Wrigley's double mint and Bazooka Joe bubble gum. Parents and children will be given the opportunity to make their own bubble gum using our fantastic bubble gum making kits. Every kid will leave the program chewing their own home made gum!! This is a date at the Fredericton Region Museum that you do not want to miss, so buy your tickets ASAP at the Museum or call 455-6041 for details.
Topics The FRM Welcome's "Hannah's Tea Place"; Art Classes: with Cavelle Macdonell BFA, BEd.; Somewhere Over the Rainbow...Bloomers Fly?; Chewing Creations: A History of Bubblegum!
For the duration of the summer months the Fredericton Region Museum is welcoming young entrepreneur, Spencer Murgatroyd, as she opens up her tea shop on the Museum’s first floor. Ten year old Spencer will be selling herbal teas and sugar cookies while portraying the character of Hannah Ingraham, a member of the 18th century [...]
A message from the “School Days” Museum! Do you want to know what school was like for your grandparents or your parents? Come join us for a “Day in a one room Schoolhouse”! On Wednesday afternoon at 1:30, we at the “School Days” Museum will be putting on a re-enactment of a day [...]
Open on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 1 until 4pm during July and August 2011! Hannah’s Tea Place! Visit the Museum and talk to Hannah about life as a Loyalist! Hannah Ingraham was 11 years old when her Loyalist family moved to St. Anne’s Point. This summer Hannah has opened a tea room in [...]