Due to unforeseen circumstances the QVE Concert
scheduled for Sunday Oct 1 has been cancelled
Just a few more weeks until our annual
“Fall festivity in Trinity” October 13-15
Here is another local business ready to welcome you with beautiful handmade gifts. If you are a knitter or Hooker check out their selection of beautiful wools as well as the many hand and knitted goods for sale.
Spot Light on Trinity Crafts:
Trinity Crafts will be open daily 9 to 5. We will have 10% off everything except wool. We will have an in-store draw for a gift basket valued at $75. Enter your name with purchase. All participants will receive a passport to have validated it all participating businesses when you visit.
Don't forget to complete your passport and leave it at the last location for a chance to win a fabulous basket of prizes.
The 2023 Fall Festivity is just a few weeks away on October 13-15
we are posting a spotlight on the businesses taking part leading up to the event.
QVE live in Trinity
Special Guest Artist Jackie Sullivan
In aid of the Trinity Historical Society
Celebrating its 30th Anniversary season, the Quintessential Vocal Ensemble (QVE) is
one of Canada's most accomplished amateur choirs. Bringing together a broad range
of experienced singers and musicians from the St. John's area, the choir is
internationally known for its exceptional tuning and professional delivery of a vast
repertoire of a cappella pieces. This concert promises to be a unique experience of
harmony and song, including newly commissioned choral arrangements of some NL
favorites, and featuring special guest artist Jackie Sullivan, an award-winning
singer/songwriter from the musically-rich town of Calvert, on the Avalon
peninsulas Southern Shore.
Find Your Light | Jackie Sullivan Music
Sunday, October 1, at Rising Tide Theatre, Trinity 3:00 – 5:00pm (Doors and cash bar open at 2:30)
Tickets: $25 available at Rising Tide Box Office Call: 709-464-3232 or 888-464-3377
Email: email@example.com Supported by Rising Tide Theatre Association
The Trinity Historical Society
is seeking donations towards the Annual Auction
August 10 2023
Do you have items you would like to donate to this major fundraiser?
Furniture, Household items, art, vacation stays, unique experiences etc.
. We are asking that donations be dropped off at Lester Garland House or contact
Karen Louise Fletcher
will hold a
Drawing From Life Class
at English Harbour Art Centre
on August 18, 1-4pm
All materials supplied
Register your seat: (709) 464-2424
Do you have books you would like to donate?
We need to fill up our little libraries
Our next lecture in our series is this Thursday, July 20 @ 7 pm
at the Lester-Garland Mercantile Premises (Ryan's Shop)
with speaker Paul Snelgrove.
Do you make the best Chocolate Chip Cookie?
English Harbour Arts Centre
2023 Featured Artists
. Kenojuak Ashevak. Life and Legacy Exhibition.
August 5th to September 30th.
Curator talk August 5th 2:30pm. Karen Louise Fletcher.
Observation/Contemplation. August 5th to September 17th in The Annex.
Opening event Sunday, August 13 1-4 pm.
Drawing workshop Aug 18 1-4pm.
July 7. Kelly Russell. Postponed to Aug 5.
July 15. Paddy Iron Chronicles
July 22. Sunflower Duo
August 1. The Sign of Jonas
August 5. Kelly Russell
August 12. Blue Star Juniper
August 25. Youngtree and Carole Bee
$20 8:00 pm eventbrite.ca for tickets, or at the door. For info on concerts/exhibitions englishharbourartsassociation.com
The next step for the Town Plan and Regulations is now ready for your review and input. Please visit this website for accessing the first draft of the documents as well as the highlighted proposed changes - https://trinityplanreview.com/
The Town will be holding a Public Session on Tuesday, June 6 starting at 6 PM (NL time) at the Town Hall (Parish Hall) in Trinity. This will be to review the highlights of the proposed changes and provide any initial feedback on the documents. For those unable to attend in person there is a Zoom meeting option available, details below.
Feedback on the draft Plan, Regulations and proposed changes will be accepted until June 30.
Topic: Trinity Public Meeting
Time: Jun 6, 2023 07:00 PM Newfoundland and Labrador
Meeting ID: 829 3538 8857
June 3, from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon
The Town of Trinity in partnership with the Fort Point Lions Club will be
participating in a community clean-up and are encouraging businesses and
residents to join us this coming Saturday, June 3rd weather permitting. We are
hoping to get enough interested participants so all the roadsides from Goose
Cove to Trinity will be cleaned of debris.
All interested participants should meet by the Fire Hall at 10:00 a.m., to be
assigned a section of Town. Garbage bags and gloves will be provided.
We are encouraging as many people as possible to join us on Saturday to make
this a community effort and clean up our roadsides!
TRINITY SPRING CLEAN UP
May 24 & 25, 2023
It’s time again to get rid of those things that have been
collecting up all year long. Spring clean-up will be
Wednesday, May 24th, and Thursday, May 25th, 2023.
All items must be placed as close to the road as possible without
creating a hazard to drivers. On May 25th 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 May 25th
The contractor will not be responsible for taking hazardous
materials such as tires, batteries, paint etc.
Absolutely NO GRASS or TREES.
Items must be able to be handled by 2 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. Cleaning up of job sites are the responsibility
of the contractor and/or property owner.
Please be advised that regular household garbage
collection will be on Friday, May 26th
JILL HUNT OF VITALS FIRST AID
IS GENEROUSLY PROVIDING A
NEW TOWN DEFIBRILLATOR
Friday May 5 at 6:30 pm
The Trinity Town Hall
please consider spending a few minutes to learn how to use this life saving equipment
The Trinity Anchor (www.trinityanchor.ca)
is a free public service digital bulletin board (blog) I began in 2015 to help spread the word regarding public events, notices & news of things happening in the Trinity Bight.
I offer advertising on the blog side bar to local businesses for a small annual fee & volunteer my time to administrate the blog so 100% of the revenue can go back into the area to assist residents with gas cards for medical travel, donations to service groups & many other community initiatives.
I am pleased to announce, through the generosity of our local advertisers I was able to purchase a defibrillator (AED) to be located outside the Trinity Town Hall (Parish Hall) from April- December. This equipment is a highly important asset to the area residents & visitors
I hope to purchase additional AED equipment for other areas in the future.
If you are "Business in the Bight" please consider advertising on the Trinity Anchor.
Your ad can reach thousands of followers, locals & visitors.
NOTE: Advertising for non profit events is always free
Email Elizabeth Burry for more information.
First Aid Vitals
is offering the following courses
Fort Point Lions Club
Sat, May 6th through Sun, May 7th
Pending Funding Approval
Champneys West Heritage Group
We are Hiring
a. Summer students both high school and post -secondary
b. JCP--- workers (Job Creation Partnership) not insured earnings.
Please sent Resume to :
Champneys West Heritage Group
Box 12, Site 9,
Port Rexton, Nl, A0C2H0
Or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
For more info call 728-7773
Looking for Volunteers
The Town of Trinity as part of its ongoing Town Plan Review has now released two survey's at the following website address: https://trinityplanreview.com/
There is one survey for Public and one that is specific to Businesses.
If both are applicable to you please complete both, each will take
approximately 15-20 minutes.
Please note that the survey's close on December 12.
We thank you in advance for your continued involvement during the
Town Plan process.