Open on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 1 until 4pm during July and August 2011! Hannah’s Tea Place! Visit the Museum and talk to Hannah about life as a Loyalist! Hannah Ingraham was 11 years old when her Loyalist family moved to St. Anne’s Point. This summer Hannah has opened a tea room in the Museum. She is serving herbal teas and sugar cookies!
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- Please Share! We are taking submissions for our summer artist-in-residence program! wp.me/P1lIKh-vg 15 hours ago
- Fun, fun, FUN Day Camps for kids 8-11yrs at the downtown history museum in July & August!! wp.me/P1lIKh-tN 3 days ago
- I'm happy to report that 1 of our SEED/PEP summer grants have been approved! *claps hands* wp.me/P1lIKh-uX 4 days ago
- We are open from 1 until 4pm today, tomorrow and the day after that!! Spring hours are Tue to Sat, 1-4pm! 4 days ago
- We invite submissions of papers on the history of fine/visual artists in NB. Contact the museum for info! wp.me/pxWSv-1Ir 5 days ago
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