2021 Events

Event Calendar


Saint John River Day - June 24th/FREE (but donations gratefully accepted) 11:55 AM - 3 PM

Meet us at the Saint James Church at 3365 NB-845, Long Reach, NB E5S 1W7, at 11 55 AM, where we will ring the church bells to celebrate Saint John River Day. After, join us at the Long Reach United Church, located at 3232 NB-845, Long Reach, NB E5S 2L5, for a picnic and stories about the river.

COVID-19 protocols will be in effect.


Historic Places Days- July 3rd to July 31st

Get and give by entering the #historicplacesdays contest for a chance to win $1000 for yourself and an additional $1000 for a historic site! From July 3rd to July 31st, join the Historic Places Day Organization and us in celebrating and sharing historic community sites by taking a selfie with your favourite historic site(s) and posting it on social media with #historicplacesdays. Be sure to tag the historic place, tag and follow @nationalstrustca, and post one selfie per day, to be entered into a random draw to win $1000 for yourself and $1000 for the historic site.


1810 Carter House and the John Fisher Memorial Museum are open for the season July 6th to September 4th

From July 6th to September 4th, join Kingston Peninsula Heritage for tea and treats at 1810 Carter House. Food service is from Tuesday to Saturday, 10 AM to 3 PM; COVID-19 protocols are in effect and reservations are required. Book your table today by calling (506) 832 2902 or by messaging us through our Facebook. After tea, go over to the John Fisher Memorial Museum to see our new exhibit celebrating the history and heritage of the Kingston Peninsula. The museum will be open Tuesday to Saturday, 10 AM to 4 PM.


Driving Tour- July 6th

Enjoy winding country roads, stunning river views, and our community's finest historical architecture on the Kingston Peninsula Built Heritage Driving Tour! This circuit, including 23 of our best-preserved historical landmarks and buildings, makes for an amazing self-guided and socially distanced activity for the summer. the driving tour map is currently available on our website here and printed copies of the map, which are currently available at the JFM Museum.

Make sure to keep an eye on our Built Heritage webpage for updates concerning our upcoming audio tour to accompany your drive with vivid descriptions of the sites and their history!


Charlotte's High Tea - August 16th/$20/ 2-3:30 PM, 4-5:30 PM, 6-7:30 PM

Join Kingston Peninsula Heritage for a night of fun and memory as we celebrate the legacy of longtime Peninsula Heritage member Charlotte Fullerton. Sample different types of tea, perfectly paired with an array of desserts and delicacies. Tickets are 20 dollars, and seating is limited. There will be three sittings, the first from 2–3:30 PM, 4–5:30 PM, and the final sitting from 6–7:30 PM. There will also be indoor and outdoor seating available. Please reserve your spot today by calling us at (506) 832 2902 or messaging us through Facebook. When making your reservation, please advise on what seating time is your preferred window and if you prefer indoor or outdoor seating.

COVID-19 protocols will be in effect.