Government of New Brunswick
 

2017

December 1 Deadline for School Registration (through districts and Curriculum consultants) as School/Class (February - April) or Regional (May) Heritage Fair Sites.
December Regional Heritage Fair sites are finalized.
 

2018

January 23
Deadline for School/Class Heritage Fair Interim Reports (including budget) to Provincial Coordinator
Mid-February Notification of School/Class Heritage Fair funding amounts (cheques will be issued in April)
 

Feb 12-19 Heritage Week 2018 – School/Classroom Heritage Fairs

March 1
Provincial call is issued for Head of Delegation to attend Provincial Heritage Fair.
March 26
Deadline for submitting Regional Heritage Fair Interim School Reports (including budget) to Provincial Coordinator
April 1 Provincial call is issued for Provincial Heritage Fair alumni student
June School/Class and Regional Heritage Fair funding grants are sent to schools.
 

May 1-31 - Regional Heritage Fairs

May 1-May 31
Delivery of Projects to Fredericton for the Provincial Heritage Fair.
May 31
Deadline for submission of student participant names and information for the Provincial Heritage Fair to Provincial Coordinator.
May 31
Deadline for submissions of Regional Fair award recipient information to Provincial Coordinator.
May 31 Deadline for submitting Final Regional Heritage Fair Reports (with financial statements) to Provincial Coordinator.
May 31
Deadline for submitting School/Class Heritage Fair Reports to Provincial Coordinator.

The New Brunswick Heritage Fairs Program is a provincial initiative of Heritage Branch in the Department of Tourism, Heritage and Culture.  Support is also provided from New Brunswick’s Department of Education and Early Childhood Development, the New Brunswick Museum, New Brunswick`s Department of Intergovernmental Affairs, the Council of Archives New Brunswick, the New Brunswick Sports Hall of Fame, the New Brunswick Federation of Labour,  New Brunswick’s Aboriginal Affairs Secretariat, and the University of New Brunswick (Faculty of Education). National support is provided by Canada’s National Historical Society and Canadian Heritage.