Saint John Architecture and History Tours

 CCOM 1254

Sometimes, we don’t see the beauty or grandeur all around us, we’re so used to seeing the same old buildings. On this 6-week class, you will tour different parts of your city, and given the region’s background. You will be guided through history, and see how the city’s architecture is connected to important facets of Saint John’s history, from its role in confederation, industrial growth and current role as a Maritime leader in Arts and Culture. Walks will encompass different sections of the city, including an after hours visit to the Saint John City market.

Instructor: Belinda Balemans
Dates: (WINTER) Wednesdays, April 4 - May 9, 2018 (6 weeks)
Time: 6:00 - 8:00 pm
Location: 1st class will be held at the Saint John Social Enterprise Hub , 139 Prince Edward St., Saint John  ROOM: TBA
Course fee: $140 (plus HST)

About the instructor: Belinda Balemans is an aspiring writer and student of History. She is also co-owner of Baleman’s Produce in the historic City Market and a fanatic about the City of Saint John. Belinda’s interest in the city will be shared through captivating story-telling and her effervescent personality.

Register for the Apr. 4 - May 9, 2018 class

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Please contact pce-saintjohn@unb.ca or phone (506) 648-5962

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