Kingston Peninsula Heritage





 
   Upcoming Events



1810 Carter House Closed for the Season

   
   1810 Carter House Tea Room is closed for the season. Thanks to everyone who came out in support and thanks to the great students who served you this year.










 

John Fisher Memorial Museum Closed for the Season 

    
   The John Fisher Memorial Museum, located in the basement of Macdonald Consolidated School, Kingston is now closed for the season. Thanks again to the students who provided tours and did research this year.











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     "A Long Road to Ortona; Experiences of World War II",
by the late Doug Andrews is now available for purchase. His writing gives the personal account of one young man's travels, from his farm community on the Kingston Peninsula, to the chaos and war campaign in Italy. It is an insightful reflection on the war, written for his children's benefit. They have kindly agreed to share his story with our community.
   Please call Kathy at 763-2037 to obtain a copy ($15).
 
   
 
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    Kingston Peninsula Heritage Inc. is a non-profit, charitable organization that promotes preservation of the area’s heritage resources.  The organization involves people representing a broad interest in the human and natural history of the Kingston Peninsula.  The group’s ambitious agenda includes programes to; enhance identified built heritage sites, develop awareness and education, maintain an artifact collection and museum facility, create heritage displays, community signage, pamphlets, newsletters, publications and many other innovative projects.
 
                                  
                                                           
                                        
 
                                             Trinity Church Steeple
 
 
 
       Trinity Church was built in 1789 and is the oldest Anglican Church in New Brunswick. There are various interesting architectural features in the church and it houses the oldest operating pipe organ in Canada. The associated Loyalist Burial Grounds contain the resting place of many of the first settlers to the area.
 
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