Month: November 2015
November saw Gros Morne National Park move from brightly coloured trees and crunchy leaves all around, to a gorgeous small layer of snow resting on the hills. Here are 12 of our favourite photos showing the Park transition through November, all pulled from the #grosmorne hashtag on Instagram. Do you have your own photos from Gros… Read More
During a warm August night, a group of singers and storytellers gathered at the Julia Ann Walsh Centre in Norris Point (often known as what it used to be, the Bonne Bay Cottage Hospital). Newfoundland and Labrador folk music legend Anita Best was among them, spinning yarns and singing songs. One of the songs she… Read More
One summer’s day in 1849, some eighty years after James Cook first charted Bonne Bay, the French naval ship Fauvette sailed into Havre des Roches – Rocky Harbour as we now know it. Lieut. Georges-Charles Cloué was in command and oversaw the first detailed survey of the harbour. His chart was published six years later,… Read More
Brace yourselves for the cuteness on this one. The Domestics are Sandy May and Ian Cornelissen, and the duo was in Gros Morne in August for a performance with Gros Morne Summer Music in Woody Point. They recently released their album Lovers and a Better Wage, and they joined us prior to their concert for an… Read More
Every year in the middle of August, Writers at Woody Point brings book and music lovers from all around to gather in Woody Point. Here’s what it looked like this year! Mark your calendars: Writers at Woody Point 2016 will take place August 16 – 21, 2016.