Stanley, New Brunswick
Straddling the Nashwaak River 30 km north of Fredericton at the intersection of Route 107 and Route 620. The village is home to the annual Stanley Fair, the longest continuously running agricultural fair in Canada.
The area was colonized in 1833 when a group of London Merchants became interested in the area.
In 1846, 798 square miles (2,070 km2) were established as the Parish of Stanley. By 1951, there were 130 residences, and 149 stores and barns.
There were schools in Tay Creek, North Tay, Fredericksburg, Currieburg, Limekiln, Red Rock, English Settlement, Tay Falls, Tay Valley, Giants Glen, Ward Settlement, Cross Creek, Green Hill, Maple Grove, Williamsburg, and Napadogan.
Stanley is also home to the Country Market.
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