Heritage Fair

 

Heritage Fairs is a nation-wide, bilingual educational initiative that encourages students to explore Canadian heritage in a dynamic, hands-on learning environment. From music to media, Canadian youth use the medium of their choice to tell stories about Canadian heroes, contributions, sacrifices and tragedies. The findings of their research are presented at public exhibitions in more than 80 communities across the country. Since 1993, millions of young Canadians have shared their history and heritage at the fairs.

BC Heritage Fairs is a province-wide program that encourages youth to see history around them. Heritage fairs have been held
in our province for over 20 years, and today 14 communities proudly host 4,000 participating students and over 700 volunteers each spring. Some of those students are selected to attend the annual Provincial Heritage Fair, a five-day history camp hosted in different parts of the province in July each year.

Dates

  • Stamp Contest: Entries are due to the Henry Grube Library or Tessa Watson at the Henry Grube Education Centre or Dave Conroy at Dallas Elementary by 4:30 pm on TBA.
  • Registration:
  • Regional Fair:  May 2018
  • Provincial Fair:  TBD

 

 

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Heritage Fair

Contact

Alanna Jenkin, Lloyd George Elementary
Cath Gorman, Parkcrest Elementary

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