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Renew Your Membership for 2015!

Pre-completed renewal forms were sent to all members by the end of November, 2014.

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To Settle Together in Nova Scotia:
The Quaker Loyalists and their Stand Against Slavery

In conjunction with the Beaver Harbour Archives and Museum, the New Brunswick Branch invites you to a celebration in remembrance of the Loyalist Quakers who settled in Beaver Harbour in 1783, and the heroic and historic stand they took against slavery. Our guest speaker will be Deborah Coleman, President of the New Brunswik Branch. A memorial stone and marker will be dedicated followed by  a time of refreshments and fellowship. Join us at the Quaker Archives and Museum, 18 Quaker Lane in Beaver Harbour, on September 19th, from 1-3 pm. Seating is limited; please RSVP by September 5th by calling 634-7783.

Click here to view the poster.

UEL Events for the Fall of 2015

12 September, 11 a.m.- 4 p.m., A Celebration of Colonial Fibre Arts and Cookery.  The United Empire Loyalist Association of Canada, NB Branch and the New Brunswick Historical Society presents this educational and fun-filled day in the life of a colonial household. Join us at the Loyalist House, 120 Union Street in Saint John, from 10 am - 4 pm on September 12th. Local artisans will demonstrate spinning, weaving, smocking, rug hooking and quilting. Meanwhile, in the kitchen, cream will be churned into butter! Our refreshments will consist of traditional sweets and confections with hot mulled cider and tea. Hand made items will also be for sale. Cost of admission is $10 for adults and $2 for children. Order tickets early as quantities are limited. Call Deborah Coleman at 634-7783.

19 September, 1:00-3:00 pm. Beaver Harbour Archives and Museum, celebration in remembrance of the Loyalists who settled in Beaver Harbour in 1783, and the heroic stand they took against slavery. Guest speaker, Deborah Coleman,  President of NB Branch.  A memorial stone and marker will be dedicated, followed by a time of refreshments and fellowship, 18 QuakerLane, Beaver Harbour. Seating is limited. Please RSVP by September 5th, call Deborah Coleman @ (506) 634-7783.  Click here to view the poster.

19 September, 10:00 am – 4:00 pm, Genealogy Fair at the Atrium in Market Square, Saint John NB.  Admission: free - the Fair is open to everyone interested in Genealogy!
The NB Archives Road Show will be there along with many other exhibitors! 
You will find family information from Saint John, Kings County, PEI and other
researchers, family trees, research help, book sales and our Beginners Corner!

15 October, Stone Church, 7 p.m. Kate Waller, “Lives of Loyalist Women”

5 December, 11 a..m.- 4:00  p.m., Loyalist House, Christmas gathering sponsored by the NB Historical Society

7 December, 1p.m.Union Club, Christmas dinner, 12:30 mulled cider.

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