It’s that time again to get
rid of those things that have been collecting up all year long.Fall clean up will be October 4th, 2016.All items must be placed as close to the road
as possible without creating a hazard to drivers and must be out by 8:00 a.m.The contractor will start at the beginning of
Goose Cove by Keith Woolridge’s at 8:00
a.m. and will work his way around to Trinity.The contractor will not be revisiting sites
so all garbage MUST be out by 8:00
a.m, on October 4th.
The contractor will not be
responsible for taking hazardous materials such as tires, batteries, etc., and
absolutely NO GRASS, TREES.Items
must be able to be handled by two people.
The contractor will not be
responsible for hauling away any construction or demolition refuse from sheds,
garages, houses, buildings, etc., that are under construction or
renovation.Clean up of job sites are
the responsibility of the contractor and/or property owner.
We would like to thank those who have generously contributed to this vision and invite you to tour your investment. Our goal is to fundraise the remaining $10,000 to complete the construction of this $539,00 project. Please consider making a financial contribution to the Aquarium. As a registered Canadian charity, Champney’s West Heritage Group Inc. can provide a donation receipt for income tax purposes.
Interested in taking pictures and learning new aspects about photography and how to capture the most from each shot?
Hike Discovery has joined with Professional Photographer, Sylvia Galbraith and are hosting a
PHOTO SCAVENGER HUNT
On The Lighthouse Trail, King’s Cove, NL Tuesday, September 6, 2016 starting at 2:00pm
will meet at the beginning of the Lighthouse Trail by the Roman
Catholic Church in King’s Cove where Sylvia will talk a bit about
composition and photographic style, and give tips on camera settings to
get the most out of their picture taking. She will discuss better ways
of finding subjects, and exploring different angles outside of the usual
ways of shooting. From there, we will head out
for the hike and the photo scavenger hunt. There will be a list of
things to shoot, if you have any questions Sylvia is there to help on a
1:1 basis as we walk. There will be information included for all levels,
from basic beginners to more advanced photographers.
Galbraith is a photographer from Ontario who is in NL for a 2Rooms
Artists’ Residency. She is well known for her large scale landscape
photographs, but also works as a commercial and documentary
photographer. Sylvia is an Associate Faculty member at Conestoga College
in Kitchener, ON, where she teaches in the Commercial Photography
Certificate program. Some of her photographs are on her website, www.sylviagalbtaith.ca
Total Time: 2.0 Hours
Cost: $10 per adult, $5 per child (under 12)
To register email firstname.lastname@example.org Or send message to our Facebook Page: Hike Discovery
YOUR CAMERA AND COME OUT FOR AN AFTERNOON OF TAKING PICTURES AND
LEARNING NEW FEATURES ABOUT YOUR CAMERA!! LOOK FORWARD TO SEEING YOU AT
Linda Sweet and Dawne Marlow are excited
to announce the
Trinity Fort to Forge 10K (or 5K if you prefer)
Sunday, 25th September 2016
Start time: 10.00 am.
The 10K run starts at Fort Point Lighthouse and you will be transported
there, either by road or boat (weather depending!). It finishes at The Forge in
the centre of Trinity.
This scenic run follows the shore line with spectacular views of the
West Arm and Southwest Arm of Trinity Harbour as you pass through the
communities of Dunfield and Goose Cove. Much of the route is on gravel and off
the main roads and there are also some challenging hills.
The 5K run/walk finishes in Dunfield where you will be transported back
A writer visits his dying mother. He brings a book that he’d
written twenty-five years ago to read to her. It’s about her
family. But it’s also about the terrible battle – Beaumont
Hamel – that sits at the heart of both Newfoundland’s and
her family’s history. So begins The Door You Came In --
a two-man performance based on David Macfarlane’s
acclaimed memoir, The Danger Tree.
The songs and the music of The Door You Came In are
Douglas Cameron’s department. A seasoned, Genienominated
singer and performer, Cameron plays banjola,
mandolin, ukulele, and accordion. His engaging, foot-tapping
performance combines popular tunes of the day (“Pack Up
Your Troubles,” and “If You Were the Only Girl in the
World”) with original compositions. Macfarlane’s narrative
weaves seamlessly throughout the music.
The Door You Came In isn’t quite a play and it isn’t quite a
concert. It’s a musical story – sometimes funny, sometimes
tragic – that tells the tales of family, and memory, and war.
100 minutes (full version) / 45 minutes (school performances)
More information: www.thedooryoucamein.ca
Booking inquiries: Jenn Deon at 709-743-7287 / jenn@jenndeon
Well-known in Newfoundland as the Whale Man, Dr. Jon Lien
during the course of his work pioneered techniques for rescuing whales
entrapped in fishing nets. Often risking his very life in the water with
the formidable and frightened animals, Dr. Lien would seek to earn
their trust as much as the fishermen’s.
Breaths, a play by the formidable writing and directing team of Robert
Chafe and Jillian Keiley, jumps time backwards from the final moments of
Lien’s life to his very first whale intervention. As his life becomes
further and further confined, his mind stretches itself in memories of
release and salvation.
At this time we are seeking donations for the event that
is now our 15th annual fundraiser for our historic sites. Items can include
antiques, works of art and prints; books, furniture; accommodation and other
gift certificates; pottery; collectors items; heritage plants from your garden;
handcrafted items (wood, art, knitwear, quilts, hooked items etc); something
funny and unique.
It would be greatly appreciated if you can drop
items off to me at the Lester-Garland House by Tuesday August 16 or please
notify me of what your item(s) may be in order for me to get a better idea of
what we will have for the event. Please remember your contributions to our event
helps us raise the necessary funds to allow the Society to continue to
Town of Trinity
is seeking tenders on the former Town Hall and Land located at 21 West Street.The purpose for selling is to secure funding
to build a new Town Hall.
must be submitted in a sealed envelope marked “Tender for 21 West Street” and be received at the
Town Office by noon September 05, 2016.Tenders will be opened at the regular meeting
that night at 7:00 p.m.Highest or any tender may not be
accepted.Tenders must include HST.
interested in viewing the building must make an appointment with the Town
Clerk/Manager by calling 464-3836.