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Friday, September 29, 2017

Haunted House CANCELLED


Due to the ongoing construction at the
 Hiscock House 
the Haunted House is Cancelled
 

Thursday, September 28, 2017

Cold Plate Buffett, Sale & Card game

ACW COLD PLATE BUFFET
with
Sale & Card Game
Parish Hall, Trinity
Friday September 29, 2017

Grab Bags, Preserves & Bake Goods 


Doors Open  5:30 Pm
Buffet Served at 6:00 Pm-Cost $12
Card Game 8:00 Pm-Cost $5.00



Wednesday, September 27, 2017

2017 Fall Festivity in Trinity


              
Lots of Great Sales & Specials! 

Collect your passport & stamps to win fabulous prizes
at these participating businesses

Mirabella Artisan Shop
Fri/Sat 10-5 pm Sun 10-4 pm

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Aunt Sarah's Chocolate Shop
Fri/Sat 10-5 pm Sun 10-4pm

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Dock Marina
Gift Shop Fri/Sat/Sun 10:00 -7 pm 
Restaurant Fri/Sat/Sun 11:30-8 PM

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Trinity Mercantile & Coffee Company
Fri/Sat/Sun 11am-3 Pm 
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Lester Garland Craft & Gift Shop 
Fri/Sat/Sun 9:30-4 pm

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Trinity Crafts at Hiscock House
Fri/Sat/Sun 9 am-5 pm

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Traditional Crafts
Pop Up Shop -Parish Hall 
Sunday only 11am -3pm
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 NL Traditional Creations Pop Up Shop
Parish Hall Sunday ONLY 11:00-3:00 PM


Jake Nicoll & Kira Sheppard at Two Whales


Monday, September 18, 2017

TRINITY FALL CLEAN UP SEPTEMBER 26th






FALL CLEAN UP
September 26th, 2017

It’s that time again to get rid of those things that have been collecting up all year long.  Fall clean up will be September 26th, 2017.  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 September 26th.  

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.

Champneys West Aquarium Open Til Oct 9 2017


Champney’s West Aquarium is open until October 9th, 2017
10 am to 5 pm
Wed to Sun

Admission is $7 Adults; $4 Youth; and Children 5 and under are free.
Cash or Credit accepted.  

We are now taking bookings for schools, groups and other organizations. 
Please contact Shelly by telephone (709) 464-2173 or email cwcdo@bellaliant for more details. 

 

Gavin Simms & Jenina MacGillivray at Two Whales


Cordeen at English Harbour


Tuesday, Septmeber 19 2017
Four centuries after the first Irish immigrants set foot on the shores 
of Newfoundland, a group of talented musicians came together 
under the name of their beloved instrument: Cordeen, from Irish cairdín, 
the native term for the button accordion those pioneering players 
brought with them from the old world to the new.

Thursday, September 7, 2017

Crooked Stove Pipe at EHAC

NL's original Bluegrass band
  Neil Rosenberg & Ted Rowe have been with the band since 1973. 
The others are a mite younger but no less talented
come enjoy a great evening of picking and grinning!
 
English Harbour Arts Centre
Saturday 
September 9 2017
8:00 Pm

Wednesday, August 16, 2017

Schedule of Events Trinity Festival

AUGUST 18-20 2017

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED – TOLL GATE – Sunday, August 20

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED – TOLL GATE – Sunday, August 20
 
 It’s that time of year once again when we are looking for a few volunteers to assist with the Toll Gate during the Trinity Festival. We truly appreciate those that have volunteered in the past and those that have already agreed to again for this coming weekend. However most of the time slots on Sunday remain open and we need to fill them in order to make the most of the Toll Gate collections. We understand that several folks may be unavailable, working or have other commitments however if you have an hour or two to spare please let us know.

The funds collected specifically from the Toll Gate assists the Town with the purchase of the Fireworks that makes for such a wonderful display to end a great weekend. Sadly if we are unable to fill the remaining time slots the fireworks will need to be scaled back for 2018 or even cancelled.

Please touch base with Sherry to see what time slots are available and to assist us with ensuring we remain being able to have the best fireworks display – call or text her at 709-464-7148

Trinity Historical Society Annual Auction

Friday, August 18 starting at 2:30 pm the Trinity Historical Society will be holding its Annual Auction and Garden Party in the Trinity Museum Garden.

A wide selection of items will be up for bidding – accommodation, golf and restaurant packages; handcrafted items from the Green Family Forge and Cooperage; hooked mats from Trinity Museum; books; antique furniture (beds, trunks etc), stained glass art work, paintings and prints. Be sure to check out the Trinity Historical Society Facebook page all week for daily postings of items that will be up for bidding on.

Light refreshments will be served throughout the afternoon.

Come along and enjoy a fun filled afternoon while supporting the Trinity Historical Society as we continue to Preserve, Present and Promote our Heritage.

A $2.00 admission fee will cover your entry and provide you with an auction paddle and catalogue.

For more information please contact us at (709) 464-3599 or info@trinityhistoricalsociety.com

Fiddle Head Soup Acoustic Trio at Two Whales

7:30 PM
$20 advance tickets    $22 at the door

Bonavista Biennale Launch Celebrations

Join us for a
CANADA 150 Celebration
the launch of
BONAVISTA BIENNALE 2017

SATURDAY, AUGUST 19
1:00 p.m. at Ye Matthew Legacy Centre, Bonavista
Refreshments
EVERYONE WELCOME!


www.bonavistabiennale.com

Thursday, August 3, 2017

Scotish Artist Grant McNicoll at Mirabella


Mirabella is Delighted to Host 
Artist 
Grant McNicoll
from Glasgow Scotland

A one night show of 
 photo realist oil paintings & studies on
 miniature 6 x 4" blocks

Come meet the Artist & enjoy a light refreshment 

SUNDAY AUGUST 6-2017
5:30-7:30 pm 



Grant was born is Paisley Scotland and studied at Grays School of Art in Aberdeen.
He has shown in many exhibitions across Scotland however this is his first in Canada.
Grant fell in love with our beautiful Island since his first visit in 2015 & has a particular
 affinity for the Bonavista Peninsula. 
He has arrived with 14 spectacular paintings of seascapes, 
vistas & silhouetted tree lines to name a few painted into photo size paintings.


* Mirabella will close at 5:00 pm to the public to host this event

OPEN HOUSE TRINITY EAST

100 year old Skipper's house, completely rebuilt

Open House
Toulmans Lane
Trinity East
Saturday August 5, 2017
2:00-4:00


Maureen Baker
ReMax United
709 746-0652

Gord Tentrees & Jason Haldane



Gordie Tentrees and Jason Haldane
  at the 
English Harbour Arts Centre 
Saturday Aug 5th at 8pm.
 $20 
.Gordie Tentrees with Jaxon Haldane perform with 9 instruments (banjo, dobro, cigar box guitars, musical saw, acoustic guitar, porch board bass, harmonica, & mandolin), 
brotherly harmonies and masterful storytelling.

Champney's West Days


Sunday, July 30, 2017

Congratulations to Jim Miller- Appointed to Board of Trustees

Representatives Appointed to 
Eastern Regional Health Authority Board of Trustees

The Government of Newfoundland and Labrador has appointed seven people to the Eastern Regional Health Authority Board of Trustees. The appointments were made through the merit-based appointment process established by the Independent Appointments Commission.
Effective today, the following people have been appointed:
  • Marilyn Butland
  • Alastair O'Rielly
  • Tara Laing
  • Lynn Marie Wade
  • James (Jim) Miller
  • Marilyn Thompson
  • Caroline (Kay) Young
In addition, Robert Andrews has been reappointed to the Board of Trustees for another term. Biographical information is provided in the backgrounder below.
Newfoundland and Labrador is the first Canadian province to establish a legislated merit-based appointment process. The Independent Appointments Commission and Public Service Commission are actively recruiting for a number of positions with agencies, boards and commissions.
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“The Independent Appointments Commission has recommended these individuals based on their expertise and merit. We are pleased to accept these recommendations. I would like to offer sincere gratitude to the current board members, and the outgoing trustees, for their dedicated service.”

Honourable John Haggie
Minister of Health and Community Services

“I welcome the new members to Eastern Health’s Board of Trustees and, on behalf of our staff, thank them for volunteering their time to the role of governance at Eastern Health. I look forward to working with them as together we embark on our new strategic plan for 2017-2020, Lighting the Way: Navigating Together.”
David Diamond
President and CEO of Eastern Health

Jigg's Dinner at Old Bonaventure



Random Passage Presents

 A
Jigg’s Dinner


At the
Good Times Hall Old Bonaventure  
(bigger venue same great meal and show)
(End of route 239)

Monday August 7th, 2017 – 6:30pm

Partridge Berry Pudding/custard sauce for dessert
Tea/Coffee
Book by reservation only – Dead line August 5th , at 4pm
Cost $25.00 per person

Included in Dinner
Traditional Music and Song by
Mildred and Ed Webster
Also
ANY MUMMERS ALLOWED IN!
Come experience our Newfoundland Culture of Mummering

Become an Honorary Newfoundlander by getting
Screech In ($5.00 extra)
To Book a reservation call 709-464-2233
Or email caperandom@nf.sympatico.ca

Trinity Garden Party & Auction Needs you!

It’s that time of year once again, the planning for our Annual Auction and Garden Party, our 17th, please remember that it will be held on Friday, August 18th starting at 2:30 pm. (please take note of the start time). It will take place at the Trinity Museum Garden, located on Church Road, with our auctioneer being Mr. Chris O’Dea of O’Dea’s Auction & Realty Room.

At this time we are seeking donations for the event. Items can include antiques, works of art and prints; books, furniture; accommodation and other gift certificates; pottery; jewellery; collectors items; heritage plants from your garden; handcrafted items (wood, art, knitwear, quilts, hooked items etc); food items (fresh baked goodies; jams; preserves; cold pack items) something funny and unique...we will accept any and all items to auction off.

The possibilities of what your contributed auction item(s) may be are endless and we ask that you put on your thinking caps to come up with something that may be unique.

It would be greatly appreciated if you can drop items off to me at the Lester-Garland House by Monday August 14th 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 operate. We can also possibly arrange for pick-up of any items in the Clarenville to Bonavista region; some parts of St. John’s and would ask those that may be donating gift certificates to please mail them to us at the following address: P.O. Box 8 Trinity, NL A0C 2S0.

Funds that are raised assist with funding the annual costs that are associated with the operation of our Historic Sites that are owned and operated by the Society as well as for the development and offering of our educational programming which is offered throughout the year. Whether that be demonstrations at the Cooperage, Forge or Museum; programming that includes Lunch and Learns during the Fall/Winter; School programming and much, much more that takes place over the course of the year.

To recognize all of our donors and partners we provide recognition in our auction program and a thank you letter after the event.

Should you wish to donate something for the auction, you may telephone the event organizers – Daphne or Jim at 709-464-3599 or email us - ttci@nf.sympatico.ca or reach out to us through our Facebook Page – we can be found under Trinity Historical Society.

With your support our auction will continue to be the success that it has been in previous years, since 2001 we have fundraised almost $180,000.00. Please help us make this another successful year.

Many thanks for your continued support of our efforts to preserve, present and promote our heritage and we look forward to hopefully seeing you on August 18th at the Auction and Garden Party.

Please Note Again: We would ask and greatly appreciate it if all donations could be dropped off if possible to the Lester-Garland House by Monday, August 14 in order to ensure their placement in the auction catalogue.

Thank you.

Jim

Monday, July 17, 2017

Provincial Fire Ban Advisory

PLEASE BE ADVISED THERE IS A
PROVINCIAL BAN ON OPEN FIRES
UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

* Fires Must be covered with Fire Screen *

Fish Lunch & Rummage Sale in Trinity


The ACW of St. Pauls
will hold a 
FISH LUNCH 
with
Fish Cakes & Coleslaw
Fish & Brewis
Dessert, Tea & Coffee 
on
WEDNESDAY JULY 19
at 
St. Pauls Parish Hall
11am-2 pm 
Cost $12 

Friday, July 14, 2017

Alan Stein at English Harbour


Christmas in July at Random Passage


Sherry Ryan at Two Whales


Bonavista Biennale

This exciting month-long Canada 150 project brings together works by 26 Canadian artists to 
be exhibited at 24 sites around the Bonavista Peninsula
August 17 to September 17

We hope you can join us: 
COMMUNITY LAUNCHSaturday, August 19th1:00-3:00 p.m. at Ye Matthew LegacyBonavista

EXHIBITING ARTISTS: SARA ANGELUCCI OMAR BADRIN JON BATH CATHERINE BLACKBURN MARLENE CREATES BARBARA DANIELL MICHAEL FLAHERTY WILL GILL DOUG GUILDFORD PAM HALL JOHN HARTMAN IRIS HÄUSSLER DIL HILDEBRAND MATTHEW HOLLETT FRANK LAPOINTE ELIZABETH MCINTOSH STEVE PAYNE BARRY POTTLE NED PRATT REINHARD REITZENSTEIN KELLY RICHARDSON LAURA ST.PIERRE MICHAEL SNOW PETER VON TIESENHAUSEN SCOTT WALDEN GAYLE YOUNG

EXPLORE the land of Beothuk, Mi'kmaq and other indigenous peoples where Giovanni Caboto landed The Matthew in 1497. Biennale explorers trace the past and encounter the present through contemporary art in historic settings. 

ENCOUNTER traditional and interdisciplinary art practices that reflect the diversity of social exchange and the on-going negotiation of Canadian cultural perspectives. Meet the artists and their work on Opening weekend. 

ENJOY Speakers Robert Mellin, Gloria Hickey, Peggy Bulger; Workshops with Omar Badrin, Susan Wood, Gayle Young;Dance Performance by Sarah Joy Stoker,  Art Film Night with Katherine Knight, Birdsong with Sara Angelucci, Music by Pamela Morgan

EDGE of the continent, tip of the iceberg, rugged coasts of unbound beauty. Join us for an adventure!

Bonavista Biennale is a project of 2 Rooms Contemporary Art Projects. 

Bonavista Biennale is generously supported by Canadian Heritage, Canada Council, ArtsNL, Government of Newfoundland and Labrador and private funders that include Fishers' Loft and Bell Group. 

Aquarium Hours


Exciting Aquarium Event Not to be Missed !

Come to the Aquarium on Saturday, July 15th, 2017 at 1 pm. Admission to the Aquarium will include a special Show & Tell session by Fiona Cuthbert, Laboratory Instructor Biology Department and Dr. Bob Hooper, retired Professor of Biology, Memorial University. Fiona and Bob are past Manager and Director of the Bonne Bay Marine Station, Norris Point. We hope to see you there!