All events are open to the public and have no admission fee unless noted otherwise. Adjacent free parking is typically available, unless noted otherwise.
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.
The Fredericton Heritage Trust is celebrating FROSTival and Heritage Week with a heritage architecture scavenger hunt (3 age groups). Our Hunt includes a dozen unique architectural features for adults, nine for youth and six for youngsters, found downtown. The Hunt will run from .
All prize winners also receive an FHT Annual Membership.
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Fredericton's Centennial Building: a Precious yet Misunderstood Monument
A free illustrated public talk by Architect and Art Historian John LeRoux on Fredericton's Centennial Building: a Precious yet Misunderstood Monument, Provincial Archives of New Brunswick, 23 Dineen Drive, UNB Campus, Free Parking, Light Refreshments.
Sunday, November 23, 2014 at 2:30pm
Lecture by Dr. Malcolm Thurlby
The SSAC has unveiled details about the lecture on Bishop John Medley (1804-92), Frank Wills (1822-57), and the designs of Christ Church Cathedral and St Anne’s Chapel, Fredericton, presented by Dr. Malcolm Thurlby and co-sponsored by Fredericton Heritage Trust, Friday May 30th, 7:30pm at Christ Church Cathedral.
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Two Hundred Years of History: 1814‐2014
An illustrated free public talk by the History Committee of Brunswick Street Baptist Church, April 12, 2:30 pm.
See the full poster here.