SAINT JOHN – When thinking about heritage buildings we generally think of when they were built and by whom – their social significance etc – all too often we forget about the geoscientific heritage of our buildings. On Tuesday June 1st, the New Brunswick Museum invites you to engage with the geology of the heritage buildings of Saint John.
The Uptown Geo Walk will tour the various buildings featured in the guide Rebuilt in Stone: Geology and the Stone Buildings of Saint John, New Brunswick with its authors, Dr. Randall Miller and Gary Hughes of the New Brunswick Museum. After the tour there will be a reception at the Happinez Wine Bar where you can discuss the tour with the authors, over wine and appetizers, and take home your own copy of Rebuilt in Stone.
WHAT: The New Brunswick Museum’s Geo Walk
WHERE: New Brunswick Museum, Market Square
WHEN: Tuesday, June 1 at 5:15 p.m. Reception at 6.
HOW MUCH: $25 for museum members and $30 for non-members. The ticket price includes appetizers, a glass of wine and a copy of Miller and Hughes’ book.Tickets can be purchased by calling 643-2349 or 1-888 268-9595.
Photo by Chris Blanar