The Harvey Regional Heritage & Historical Association, or more familiarly known as Harvey Heritage, was founded in 2010 to preserve the history and heritage of Harvey and surrounding area. The purpose of the HRH&HA is to bring together people interested in the history of Harvey, to promote historical study of the community and preservation of historical documents and artifacts. The HRH&HA actively collects, preserves and maintains historical photos, genealogies, oral histories, videos and any other unique and important historic records.
Harvey Heritage is a not-for-profit organized community “Volunteer” group, joined by membership, governed by a constitution and by-laws, and managed by an elected board of officers and directors. Our mandate is “to Collect and Protect” the heritage and history of the Harvey area.
Our office is located at 1945 Route 3 in the heart of the Village of Harvey. It is one of the older buildings in Harvey, formerly owned by David Glendenning, Harvey’s first licenced teacher and the first Postmaster. The house was built by Thom Robison, probably in the early 1840’s. The office is often open Wednesday afternoons.
In order to fulfill the mandate “To Collect and Protect”, it is necessary to maintain physical space for storing documents, photos and heritage items, buy and maintain equipment, and maintain other other assets. All of this requires a certain amount of operating funds. To this end, we are funded primarily through our own fundraising efforts, membership drives, generous sponsorships of businesses in our community, and donations from interested citizens. To date, we have not received any Provincial or Federal funding.
To be a part of the preservation of the history of Harvey please join the HRH&HA by filling out the downloadable application form
and mailing it to:
Harvey Regional Heritage &Historical Association
Unit 7, 2306 Route 3
Harvey, New Brunswick E6K 1P2
Harvey Heritage can also be contacted by email at