The final session of Local Mystery Histories!
Join us this fall for a series of free heritage-themed adult literacy sessions focused on local mysteries.
Oct 24 - Reader be thou also ready, Charlie Scobie will read excerpts from the book and discuss the events surrounding the murder of Willam Fawcett. Taking place at the Anderson Octagonal House the session begins at 7 pm for approximately 90 minutes.
Unfortunately, the book Reader be thou also ready is out of print so instead, a draw for 5 copies of the recently published People of the Tantramar, which includes William Fawcett, will take place so lucky winners can have a take home a copy of the book, the books will also be available for purchase at the Heritage Society and Tidewater Books, Sackville.
Pre-registration not required, as always there is no cost to attend TFRC programs
A partnership between Tantramar Family Resource Centre and Tantramar Heritage Trust and supported by a grant from the Literacy Coalition of NB.