heritage fairs

Burin Regional Heritage Fair

Each year, Grade 4-9 students from 12 schools on the Burin Peninsula gather for the Burin Regional Heritage Fair.

Calgary Regional Heritage School Fair

For further info contact Rob Lennard albertaheritageschoolfairs@gmail.com

Central Alberta Heritage Schools Fair

For further info contact Rob Lennard albertaheritageschoolfairs@gmail.com

Chignecto-Central Regional Heritage Fair

The fair is open to all Grades 4-9 students in the Chignecto Central Region, including those who may be enrolled in private schools or home-schooled. Because of the wide geographic reach of the region, it has been policy to confine the fair to a single day to make for equitable access.

Durham Regional Fair

The Durham Regional Heritage Fair is a vibrant community celebration where local museums, historical associations, and multicultural groups come together to offer displays, demonstrations, and entertainment.

École William MacDonald Middle School Fair

Heritage Fairs in the NWT are coordinated by the NWT Heritage Fairs Society. This volunteer based organization is dedicated to encouraging young people in the NWT to explore and share the histories of their family or community, as well as the heritage of the people and places of the Northwest Territories. The opportunity to take part in a Heritage fair is enriched when students explore a “personal connection” to their heritage.

Edmonton Regional Heritage School Fair

Our Fair is a two-day program open to students in grades 4-9. The first day students participate in history workshops. The second day, students set-up their projects and present their work to the public and judges.

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