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2016 Heritage Week activities with Resurgo Place


February 4, 2016

MONCTON—In celebration of Heritage Week 2016, Resurgo Place is offering the following activities on February 7 and 13: 

- Sunday, February 7 at 1 p.m., at the Aberdeen Cultural Centre: Unveiling of six heritage building plaques with remarks by Mayor George LeBlanc.  The buildings receiving their plaque are:  Aberdeen School, Humphrey Residence, Provincial Bank Building, Robinson House, St. John’s United Church and William B. Mackenzie House.  Light snacks and refreshments will be served. The free event is presented in partnership with the Heritage Preservation Review Board. The Aberdeen Cultural Centre is located at 140 Botsford Street in Moncton.

- Saturday, February 13, 2 p.m. at Resurgo Place: Presentation by James Upham, “Leadership and Legacy, How Moncton Built Moncton.” The presentation will start at the Free Meeting House and continue at Resurgo Place. The event is free with a donation of a non-perishable food item. The Free Meeting house is located at 20 Mountain Road, next to Resurgo Place. 

All activities fall under the theme for Heritage Week 2016, Leadership and Legacy, which touches upon many aspects of New Brunswick’s past, as well as those who have forged a place in our provincial memory.

For more information, contact 856-4383 or resurgo.ca 

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Media Contact:
Joanne Duguay
Heritage Development Officer – Community Relations
Resurgo Place / City of Moncton
(506) 859-2626
Joanne.duguay@moncton.ca