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Festival of Quilts: Promoting tourism and craft
A celebration of handmade tradition and creativity titled Festival of Quilts takes place in Bay de Verde Aug. 16-18. According to information provided by festival creator/coordinator Dee Riggs, the event brings together quilters from the Baccalieu ...
Savage Cove more than triples in size for Come Home Year
SAVAGE COVE, N.L. — Savage Cove come home year was in full swing on Aug. 8 as people came from near and far to celebrate and make memories. Held from Aug. 5-11, the events include fun for all ages. Adult events include everything from ...
Flower's Cove and Nameless Cove celebrate Come Home Year
FLOWER'S COVE, N.L. – Another grand homecoming on the Great Northern Peninsula was held this past week in the Straits communities of Flower's Cove and Nameless Cove. From July 30 to Aug. 4, the neighbouring communities played host to ...
Beatles tribute a hit with Port aux Basques audience
By Joan Chaisson Dinner theatre guests took a trip back in time July 24 at Hotel Port aux Basques. The memories came flooding back when Sam Boucher, Wychita Hendricks, Andrew Perry and Seth Zocky walked into the room singing a Beatles ...
Despite shortage of volunteers, North West River Beach Festival a success
Volunteers Joan McLean and Kay Pardy held serve some burgers. For the 34th year, North West River hosted its annual Beach Festival. Despite some harsh weather and shortage of volunteers, the event got another great turnout of people who ...
Heritage of Carbonear neighbourhoods focus of community discussion
As discussion continued, Dale Jarvis asked if anyone knew any Carbonear ghost stories. "My mother-in-law saw ghosts everywhere," remarked Judy Cameron, a Carbonear resident who grew up on Water Street. "Yeah, but she was the ...
Go Guide for August 12
Submit your events online Promote your events in print with the Go Guide and online with our Celebrating 709 events calendar. It’s simple: go to www.thetelegram.com/go-guide, click the date of your event and fill in the form. Or email ...
Honey bees spark friendship between Costa Rican retreat and a Grand Falls-Windsor beekeeper
Friendships can form over the most unusual things. Strangers get introduced or strike up a conversation with each other. In this case, it's bees and the profession of beekeeping. It involves Maryl Clyke, a woman from Ontario, Drew ...
Go Guide for Aug. 5
Submit your events online Promote your events in print with the Go Guide and online with our Celebrating 709 events calendar. It’s simple: go to www.thetelegram.com/go-guide, click the date of your event and fill in the form. Or email event ...
More designations of heritage structures in Bonavista NL
During the week of Church Street Festival in Bonavista Heritage NL held a special ceremony to recognize several heritage structures in the historic community. Dave Lowe, chair of Heritage NL, was on hand Aug. 31 to present designation plaques to ...