Kingston Peninsula Heritage





 
   Upcoming Events : Check also facebook.com/1810CarterHouse
  
     St. John River Day on the Kingston Peninsula
       Fete de la Saint-Jean-Baptiste June 24th

                  Example of wordmark with acknowledgement text in English and French.
         
  
   In case of rain the tintamarre and some games will be held inside at Long Reach United Church.
  Lots of parking above Long Reach United Church.
 
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1810 Carter House Tea Room 

      874 Rte 845, Kingston - Reservations - (506) 832-2902

Open Tuesday to Saturday, 10am-4pm - June 28-Sept 1

   Savour farm fresh soup and sandwiches, beautiful desserts and tea served in china in this unique heritage setting! After lunch explore the cottage and historic garden. Follow us @1810CarterHouse for daily menu items and special events.           Cash or cheque only. ATM available next door at the Kingston General Store.







John Fisher Memorial Museum 
A Tour Through Kingston Peninsula History

Experience our history with this interactive map of the Kingston Peninsula. Click on the icons to discover location data & information on heritage spots, artisan shops, markets and more in our community. Plot your course and head out on a tour of Kingston Peninsula history!


Peninsula Heritage History Tour

      




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Charlotte's Tea


Heritage Day at the Kingston Farmers Market 

         Saturday, September 22nd


    Join Kingston Peninsula Heritage from 9am until noon for displays and demos at the Kingston Farmers Market!

    Try your hand at heritage tools and techniques.

    Fun for the whole family.


    Kingston Farmers Market - 4 Market Lane, Kingston   






 Steamboat Chronicles - Rogue

   The second book of the Steamboat Chronicle series, "Rogue", is now available at the Museum, Carter House Tea Room or email at reacher@nbnet.nb.ca ($15). 
   All proceeds go to Kingston Peninsula Heritage.
                                                                                                            
   
   The steamboat era on the St. John River was a time when everyone turned to the water for travel. Engineer Alva "Crank" McCready had seen all kinds but he was baffled by one mysterious stranger. He was not the typical refugee and soon proved to be an ingenious but irrepressible rogue.













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  - Please consider joining Kingston Peninsula Heritage and support the works of the group - see the Membership tab. 
    
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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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