New Brunswick Museum – July events

July 27 - 5PM

New Brunswick Museum – July events

Calendar of events:

Until 31 August: NBM Explorer Days are EVERY DAY in July and August! Regular admission. These family adventures are for the young and young at heart. Join the NBM for a full day of themed activities including art instruction, experiments, face painting, eco-friendly educational crafting, games, gallery talks and discovery programmes. Face painting noon-1pm daily. A day pass at the NBM ensures you can plan your day to capture all of the excitement. Extreme Summer Fun.

6 July Thursday 6:30-7:30pm: New Brunswick Museum Walk – The Heyday of Shipbuilding in Saint John.

Regular admission. Join a NBM Interpreter for a discovery walk and learn about New Brunswick in the 1800s and why it was known the world over for its wooden sailing vessels. Enjoy shipbuilding stories and the people that made them famous. Meet at the New Brunswick Museum Reception Desk. (Bilingual)

6, 13, 20, and 27 July Thursdays 6:30-8pm: Handmade at the NBM – July is Open Craft Circle. Free in NBM Foyer. Come to the NB Museum to work on individual projects in the company of friends or be guided by knowledgeable museum staff in a variety of crafts including knitting, embroidery, cross-stitch, and more . Fee of $2 per project or bring your own supplies. Don’t miss out on these evenings of friendship and fun! Ages 14 to adult. (Bilingual)

13 July Thursday 5pm: Author Book Talk and Signing at the NBM: Tides: The Science and Spirit of the Ocean. Free admission. Join author Jonathan White for a book talk and signing of his publication Tides: The Science and Spirit of the Ocean.  The book is the result of White’s journey of discovery to witness the largest, fastest, scariest and most amazing tides in the world. He has been to the Maritimes on numerous occasions conducting research, and the Bay of Fundy appears prominently in two chapters of the book.  For more information on this book visit http://jonathanwhitewriter.com/.  This event is co-sponsored by the Nature Conservancy of Canada and the New Brunswick Museum. Representatives from both organizations will be present.  (In English)

 

New Brunswick Museum | Musée du Nouveau-Brunswick

1 Market Square, Saint John, New Brunswick/Nouveau-Brunswick, Canada E2L 4Z6

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