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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.
This year Annapolis Valley Regional School Board will be hosting our 12 th annual Heritage Fair. Students have the opportunity to showcase their historical research while participating in a fun-filled day learning about many of the cultures that shape or beautiful province of Nova Scotia. Workshops include, Mi’kmaq Heritage, West African Drumming, Acadian culture, Agriculture, local artisans, as well as a performance form a local live band.
The Avalon Heritage Fair is a combined collaboration of the two regions, East and West.
Each year, Grade 4-9 students from 12 schools on the Burin Peninsula gather for the Burin Regional Heritage Fair.
The Central Alberta Heritage School Fairs will be hosted by the Red Deer Museum & Art over two days on two occasions: Thursday and Friday, April 26 and 27 (Grades 6 – 9) and Thursday and Friday, May 10 & 11 (Grades 4 & 5).
The fair is open to all Grades 4-9 students in the Chignecto Central Region, including those who may be enrolled in private schools or home-schooled. Because of the wide geographic reach of the region, it has been policy to confine the fair to a single day to make for equitable access.
Le Conseil scolaire acadien provincial (CSAP) est le seul conseil scolaire francophone de la Nouvelle-Écosse.
The Durham Regional Heritage Fair is a vibrant community celebration where local museums, historical associations, and multicultural groups come together to offer displays, demonstrations, and entertainment.
Les élèves de 5e et 6e année participants aux ateliers parascolaires de reproduction d’objets historiques, ainsi que tous les élèves de 5e année ayant fabriqué des reproductions de wampums amérindiens exposent leurs projets à la population pendant deux après-midi.
La Fête du patrimoine régionale de Hamilton-Wentworth est une fête communautaire vivante. La soirée commence par les cérémonies d’ouverture, suivies de la présentation des projets des élèves. Le lendemain, les élèves participent à des activités d’évaluation et des ateliers variés, et assistent à des spectacles
We gratefully acknowledge our heritage fair partners: