Monthly Archives: February 2013


The York Sunbury Historical Society is now taking applications for a summer retail outlet!

Kirkbride Craft Store (2010) The Fredericton Region Museum has a small space to share with an enterprising individual or individuals.  Located on the main floor, the summer retail outlet is at the second entrance on the north end of the museum building.  Consisting of two small rooms, the New Brunswick Craft Council rented [...]

By |2013-02-28T14:27:37-04:00February 28th, 2013|Museum News - Archived|0 Comments

Frances Louisa King Sampler

Frances Louisa King Sampler It was an exciting day at the Fredericton Region Museum!  After weeks of correspondence and hours of research, we received the Frances Louisa King sampler donated by Philip Johnstone Burpee of Alberta.  Thank you, Philip! MCLEAN:  William Alexander born 14 Sep 1810, died 28 Sep 1864, son of Archibald McLean [...]

Thank You Literacy Coalition of New Brunswick!

Natasha Bozek, Executive Director of the Literacy Coalition of New Brunswick, and Ruth Murgatroyd, Executive Director of the York Sunbury Historical Society The Fredericton Region Museum wishes to thank the Literacy Coalition of New Brunswick for donating several books for our upcoming summer children program series.  Community partnerships are vital to our success! [...]

Fredericton Region Museum Presented Trophy to Winners of Snowshoe Race

Two individuals helped to create this replica trophy – Mr. Mark Magee of Magee’s Jewellery and Mr. Paul Inman. The Fredericton Region Museum presented a trophy to the winners of the snowshoe race.  Fifty years ago, Lieutenant-General E.W. Sansom, then the President of the York-Sunbury Historical Society, determined that something should be done [...]

200th Anniversary of the March of the 104th (New Brunswick) Regiment of Foot

Fredericton Schedule of Events Bilingual, February 16th The St. John River Society is having an event this Saturday, February 16th in Officers’ Square to commemorate the War of 1812 and the epic winter march of 600 soldiers who left Officers’ Square and marched to Kingston Ontario to fight in the war. They left [...]

By |2013-02-12T15:44:15-04:00February 12th, 2013|Uncategorized|0 Comments
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