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Renew Your Membership for 2015!

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

Alternatively, the 2015 Branch Membership is now available to download

An additional means of giving us financial support is to make a donation.  
This can be done securely on-line by using the PayPal link below.  
Tax receipts will be issued to donors residing in Canada.

Heritage Fair

Join us on February 28th, from 9:30 am to 3:30 pm at Market Square in Uptown Saint John as we celebrate the city heritage with enthusiasts from a variety of local heritage organisations. We would love to see you come out and join us at our table to share our passion with the community!

Spring 2015 Meeting

Black Settlements in New Brunswick

by David Peters

April 9th at 7:00 pm
Stone Church Hall, 87 Carleton Street, Saint John NB

Hear about our province's early black settlements, including Loch Lomond, Willow Grove and others, settled by American Loyalists and later Black settlers in the early 1800s.

David Peters is a native of Saint John and a direct descendant of loyalist Thomas Peters, who led the expedition to Sierra Leonne. He's a retired educator and a co-founder of PRUDE and the New Brunswick Black Historical Society. Peters hosted and produced two 10 hour black history programs, one called PRUDE Speaks and the other Afro Vision. He's also a well-accomplished chef and has been lecturing and researching in New Brunswick for over forty years.

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