Fredericton’s Centennial Building: a Precious yet Misunderstood Monument

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A free illustrated talk by architectural historian John LeRoux

tumblr_n4czjuHR9f1r35q77o1_500Fewer Fredericton buildings have garnered as much scrutiny and debate as the Centennial Building.  The six-floor structure finished in 1967 has served as home to several government departments over the years, but despite those who find it an eyesore, it’s pretty hard to imagine our downtown without it.

The Fredericton Heritage Trust invites members of the public to a free illustrated talk by architectural historian John LeRoux on Fredericton’s Centennial Building: a Precious yet Misunderstood Monument. This event takes place on Sunday, November 23 at 2:30pm at the Provincial Archives of New Brunswick, located at 23 Dineen Drive, UNB Campus. Free Parking. Light Refreshments.

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