All events are open to the public and have no admission fee unless noted otherwise. Adjacent free parking is typically available, unless noted otherwise.
Free Public Talk and AGM 2016
Garden & Dooryard Tour
Join us on this self-guided tour of six charming private Fredericton Gardens - Fredericton Heritage Trust's bi-annual fundraiser.
There is something to satisfy all tastes whether you are a plant person, just wanting some ideas for your outdoor space or even just looking for an enjoyable evening out visiting beautiful spaces. Following the tour you are invited to join us for an evening reception with live entertainment.
Two ways to purchase tickets:
1. In-person, connect with one of the Fredericton Heritage Trust board members for your ticket today. Or available at place of reception until 6pm day of.
2. In-person from one of our amazing supporters:
Architectural Scavenger Hunt!
Fredericton Heritage Trust encourages you to explore our built heritage in a different way through our FROSTival event Architectural Scavenger Hunt! This event will be FREE and open for the entire three weeks of FROSTival (January 21 - February 14)
Stroll through downtown Fredericton and look up, down and all around at the architectural details that so richly contribute to the defining character of our city. Fredericton's early architects, designers and developers had a keen eye for subtle nuances that make so many of our buildings unique, valuable and worth preserving.
Have fun identifying each building then turn your entry form in to the Fredericton Heritage Trust via email email@example.com or PO Box 546 Fredericton, New Brunswick E3B 5A6.
All completed entries will be eligible for a drawing for several different prizes. Turn in your entry by February 14, 2016.
Winners will be notified by Rachael or Jason, from Fredericton Heritage Trust.
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Up-coming free illustrated public talk on Holy Trinity Anglican Church
Watch this page for the up-coming free illustrated public talk on Holy Trinity Anglican Church, Lower St. Mary's, as FHT's annual presentation on a Fredericton-area heritage church. Speakers will include architect and historian, John Leroux.
The Fredericton Heritage Trust presents a free public talk on Catholicism/Fredericton North: 1692-2015 by local historian, curator and editor Robert ("Bob") McNeil.
Sunday, April 19 at 2pm. St. Anthony's Church, 125 Clark St./Union St., Devon.