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You and your classes are invited to take part in the Alberni Valley Museum Heritage Fair. Participate in this National Program which will highlight your student's history projects.
All are welcome to attend this event. For more information, please contact Heritage Branch via the website link.
All are welcome to attend this event. For more information, please contact the coordinator listed on the website link.
New Brunswick's Heritage Fair Program is part of a national education project developed to increase awareness and interest in Canadian history. In New Brunswick, the program is an initiative of the Heritage Branch in the Department of Wellness, Culture and Sport.
The Avalon Heritage Fair is a combined collaboration of the two regions, East and West.
Heritage Fairs in the NWT are coordinated by the NWT Heritage Fairs Society. This volunteer based organization is dedicated to encouraging young people in the NWT to explore and share the histories of their family or community, as well as the heritage of the people and places of the Northwest Territories. The opportunity to take part in a Heritage fair is enriched when students explore a “personal connection” to their heritage