UPDATES

We are so excited to be OPEN every Wednesday-Sunday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

A few reminders about following the Provincial and Public Health COVID-19 requirements:

    • COVID-19 pre-screening including temperature check will be done at entrance
    • Physical Distancing is required
    • Hand sanitizing and/or washing is required
    • MASK must be worn inside building for those over 2 years of age (available at Gift Shop)
    • If a MASK is unable to be worn due to a health condition, please let us know.

Nous sommes ravis d'être OUVERTS, du mercredi au dimanche de 11 h à 16 h.

Quelques rappels concernant le respect des exigences provinciales et de santé publique COVID-19:

    • La présélection COVID-19, y compris la vérification de votre température, sera effectuée à l'entrée
    • La distance physique est requise
    • La désinfection et / ou un lavage des mains est requis
    • Un MASQUE doit être porté à l'intérieur du bâtiment pour les personnes plus de 2 ans (disponible à la boutique de cadeaux)
    • Si un MASQUE ne peut pas être porté en raison d'un problème de santé, veuillez nous en informer.
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JOIN THE BIDDING TODAY on the 12 new items in ROUND FIVE by going to:
www.32auctions.com/woodmensmuseum
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The fifth round of the Online Fundraising Auction to help generate much needed operating funds for the Central NB Woodmen's Museum is a go! From today (July 12 at 4PM) until Saturday (July 18 at 9PM), you can visit the auction site and place your bid of any of the 12 new auctions items that have just gone up for grabs.
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If you have already registered with us once, you can hop right on and start bidding with no delay on this new auction. Additional things to note include:

1) To place a bid, simply build a profile and then look for our Fundraising Auction page, linked below. Click on an item of your choosing and where prompted, type in the amount you are willing to put down on an item.

2) Bidding and participation is open to everyone within the Maritime Provinces.

3) Bidding will be extended for an additional 30 minutes total (on Saturday when the auction is about to end) IF bidding is still taking place on an item. The extension will be a 3 minute window and will repeat if bidding continues up to 10 times.
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ABOUT US

Lumbering legends, ghostly hauntings, folklore, and songs of the “Canadian” lumberjacks.  Their colorful and vibrant lives shaped by our majestic forest and the magic of our River. Boiestown became known as the supply and “jumping-off” place for the lumbering business up and down the Miramichi River. Stories of the camp cook, teamsters, loggers, lumbermen, stagecoach drivers, and the historic Whooper Train are spun throughout the Museum site; tales that are as old as the trees in our Forest.