Heritage Fairs is a provincial event that takes place in schools for Grades 5 to 9 where students present their research projects and the best Heritage research projects presented will be recognized.
- All projects must have a New Brunswick or Canadian Heritage theme and entail some research conducted by the participants. Project can be specific to one time-period or display a thematic development or progression.
- Students may prepare projects as individuals or in groups
- Students provide written research that was undertaken in developing their projects
- Students present their displays at scheduled times during the course of the School or Regional Fair.
- Students are strongly encouraged to use digital technologies (interactive presentation, video, etc.) to present their project.
Heritage Fair projects may include (but not limited to) : Models, caricatures, posters, objects, maps, demonstrations, crafts, artistic displays, short stories and heritage journal writing, poetry, theatrical scripts, Debates and public speaking, dramatic productions, music, dance, computer presentations, video “heritage minutes” production, video “documentary or journalist” production, oral interviews, photography exhibits, etc.