On The Trail of Loyalists

  During last three-year of exploring New Brunswick, I have stumbled upon locations of known Loyalist assembly. I initially noticed graveyards had bold signage, identifying United Empire Loyalist burial grounds. I didn't quiet get the importance of it. The Loyalists, sounds like a long historical story that I am not getting into, except for this sound [...]

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Gagetown Christmas in the Village

Every year in Gagetown, New Brunswick local residents, artisans  and community volunteers open their doors for a two day only event Called Christmas In the Village. This is the 22nd, year and it takes place on Nov 25 and 26th. I decided to take it in to start getting in the Christmas cheer. Map of town [...]

10 Things You Didn’t Know; Oromocto, NB

1.The oldest house is at 325 MacDonald Street. Known as the George Brown Home after the owner. Circa 1840 2. St John Anglican Church on Broad Road, has been a place of worship in Oromocto since 1792, The current church is the third one dating from 1920. 3. Duncan Wilmot, one of the Fathers of Confederation, [...]