Honouring Emancipation Day in Fredericton

Our Black Heritage: Early Black Settlers of York-Sunbury Counties 1783-Present (Fredericton, NB – July 28, 2022) – In honour of the first Provincial and Municipal Emancipation Day in Fredericton, the Fredericton Region Museum wishes to recognize and honour the many individuals, both past and present, who have made this day a reality in [...]

By |2022-07-28T10:55:19-03:00July 28th, 2022|Museum News|0 Comments

Froggy Weekend – July 30-31!

Froggy Weekend Leaps Into Action July 30-31! (Fredericton, NB – July 25, 2022) – This coming weekend, July 30-31, come to the Fredericton Region Museum to celebrate everything relating to the Coleman Frog! We are hosting our Froggy Weekend event, with entertainment for those of all ages, from 10 am – 5 pm on Saturday [...]

By |2022-07-27T17:30:12-03:00July 26th, 2022|Museum News|0 Comments

Newsletter Summer 2022

Click to download our latest Fredericton Region Museum Newsletter, Volume 1, 2022, in PDF Format. EXTRA!! EXTRA!! READ ALL ABOUT IT! Get ready for a busy summer of family friendly events and activities at the Fredericton Region Museum! For more information on dates and times, please check our Facebook, visit our website, contact [...]

By |2022-07-17T23:15:55-03:00July 17th, 2022|Museum News|0 Comments

Geological History Walking Tours Saturdays

GEOTOURS Saturday Mornings in July and August GEOTOURS: PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING CHANGE: The GEOTOURS have been moved from Friday to Saturday mornings at 10 am. The tour begins at Science East (the historic Provincial Jail) at 668 Brunswick Street, right next to the Boyce Farmers Market, and ends at the Fredericton Region [...]

By |2022-07-29T18:56:40-03:00July 15th, 2022|Museum News|0 Comments

Celebrating Everything Froggy This Summer!

(Fredericton, NB – July 11, 2022) – During July, August, and September, visitors to the Fredericton Region Museum will be able to catch the award-winning duo of Frantically Atlantic perform weekly at the museum. Join us every Tuesday at 1pm – starting on July 19 - as Frantically Atlantic will recount the story of Fredericton’s [...]

By |2022-07-14T13:57:30-03:00July 14th, 2022|Museum News, York Sunbury Historical Society News|0 Comments

Exciting Summer At Museum!

Fredericton Region Museum is open for the Summer! EVERYONE IS WELCOME AT THE FREDERICTON REGION MUSEUM! Get ready for a busy summer of family friendly events and activities at the Fredericton Region Museum in July and August 2022! For more information on dates and times, please check us out on Facebook, on our [...]

By |2022-07-10T15:04:37-03:00July 5th, 2022|Museum News, York Sunbury Historical Society News|0 Comments

Honouring the No. 2 Construction Battalion

Fredericton's first volunteers for the No 2 Construction Corps included George (second from the left) and Frank (far right) Claybourn. The Daily Gleaner, August 16, 1916; Provincial Archives of New Brunswick. (Fredericton, NB – July 4, 2022) – On July 9, 2022 Canada will issue a National Apology to the relatives and descendants [...]

By |2022-07-05T18:35:34-03:00July 5th, 2022|Museum News|0 Comments

Our Black Heritage: 1783 – Present

Since the arrival of Black Loyalists in 1783, there have been settlers of African descent who have contributed greatly to the development of New Brunswick. Working ever so silently, without recognition or applause, families and communities have banded together to contribute in significant ways to the social enfranchisement of themselves and their neighbours. This Community [...]

By |2022-06-30T14:19:18-03:00June 30th, 2022|Current, Exhibits|0 Comments

2022 Artist-in-Residence

Cyndi Nash Artist in Residence 2022 This summer the Fredericton Region Museum is honoured to host three amazing Artists in Residence whose experience and practice ranges from First Nations spirituality and visual arts to the art of Salmon Fly Tying. Funding for the Artist in Residence Program is provided by the City [...]

By |2022-07-10T14:33:25-03:00June 25th, 2022|Artist In Residence|0 Comments

Fashionable Motoring and NB’s Keep-Left Crisis

Fashionable Motoring and New Brunswick’s Keep-Left Crisis Contact us for the ZOOM Link at frmoperations@gmail.com The fascinating true story of how New Brunswickers changed from left to right driving in the early days of the automobile - and the controversy that ensued - will be the focus of the York Sunbury Historical Society's [...]

By |2022-05-10T15:54:20-03:00May 10th, 2022|Museum News|0 Comments
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