KESWICK RIDGE HISTORICAL SOCIETY
“HISTORY SPEAKS” SERIES
SUPERIOR SCHOOL – 112 Route 616
Sunday April 10th 2 pm – HISTORY SPEAKS THROUGH ARTIFACTS
Ruth Murgatroyd of the Fredericton Region Museum, Dawna Gordon curator of the Keswick Ridge Historical Society Museum and David Coburn of the Coburn Family Farm Museum will present several interesting items from their collections.
Sunday April 17th 2 pm – HISTORY OF BRIGGS AND LITTLE WOOLEN MILL LTD.
John Little of York Mills will share the very interesting history of this historic mill, the oldest woolen mill still operating in Canada.
Sunday April 24th 2 pm – LETTERS HOME : MARITIMERS AND THE GREAT WAR 1914 – 1918
Rev. Ross Hebb will talk about the letters of Maritime soldiers serving in the First World War. These letters, most of which are not found in any public library, museum, or archive will help us understand the mindset of these young maritimers as they joined what was to become a great national war effort.
Historical Society books will be available to purchase and Refreshments will be served.