What's happening in the coming weeks
BOULTENHOUSE HERITAGE CENTRE
Comprised of the Boultenhouse House, the Bulmer House, and the Anderson Octagonal House, the Centre houses exhibits and artifacts depicting Sackville's history, the Trust's office,
and a fully equipped
CAMPBELL CARRIAGE FACTORY MUSEUM
A seasonal museum and one of the best examples of a 19th century industrial site in North America
All issues of The White Fence from #1 in 1997 to the present
Full list of publications and other materials available online
TANTRAMAR HERITAGE TRUST PRESENTS
"MEMORIES OF THE GREAT WARS"
The Tantramar Heritage Trust will be honouring the role of the Tantramar in wartime at its upcoming "A Taste of History" fundraising dinner. The public is invited to gain an understanding of how Sackville was affected by and had an effect on events during the First and Second World Wars. The dinner will take place on Saturday, November 8, 2014 at 5 pm at the Royal Canadian Legion, 15 Lorne St., Sackville, N.B.
The menu has been designed to reflect what was available locally and the restrictions that were placed on rations in wartime. Bayne MacMillan will be guest speaker for the evening, giving a presentation titled "Tantramar Boys in the Great War". Providing live musical entertainment will be local singer/songwriter Janet Crawford, accompanied by Jerry Hannah on piano.
Admission is $40 per person, including a $20 tax receipt. Tickets are available from Tantramar Heritage Trust board members or from the office at Boultenhouse Heritage Centre, 29 Queens Rd., Sackville, NB. Seating is limited and tickets must be purchased in advance.
For further details please see Upcoming Events
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TANTRAMAR HISTORIC SITES
A searchable data base of historic sites in the Tantramar area
A synopsis of our history from 1708 to the present
YORKSHIRE 2000 & YORKSHIRE IMMIGRATION
This celebration of Yorkshire settlers took place in August 2000, but the legacy lives on
The legacy of Sackville Township's 250th anniversary celebrations in 2012
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