Gros Morne Fall Fest Friday Events

Various locations

Cow Head, NL

Craft

Culinary & food

History & heritage

Indigenous

Music

Check out this great lineup of events for Friday! 9:00 am - Music with students at Long Range Academy with Daniel Payne, Fergus O’Byrne, Jim Payne and David Penny 10:00 am - 4pm - Moose Tufting Workshop begins with Duncan Chisholm-(sold out) - Town Hall $200 10:00am - 3:30 pm - Making Spruce Root Baskets - Demonstration with Eileen Murphy - St. Mary’s Church Hall 12:00 noon - Silent Auction continues… Shallow Bay Motel 12:00 noon - Lobster Chowder & Fish ‘n Chips with local musicians at Shallow Bay Motel 12:00 noon - Fish ‘n chips & Fish ‘n Brewis wit musicians at Back Cove Café 1:00 pm - Talk to local fisherman and watch as they knit lobster heads and build a lobster trap. At Adrian’s shed – blue shed on your right as you tip down the hill to the fishing village 1:30 pm - Mi'kmaq history lessons with the Qalipu Mi’kmaq First Nations Band-Long Range Academy 2:30 pm – Music with Dave Penny and Stephanie Payne at the Dr. Henry N. Payne Community Museum & Craft Shop $5 3:30 pm - Tidal Pool Walk with Sheldon Stone - Parks Canada - Cow Head Summerside 5:00pm - Moose Buffet & music at Church Hall- Sponsored by St. Mary’s Anglican Church Women. -$10 Followed by Traditional Dance Workshop with Jim Payne 5:00 pm - Steak night and Fish ‘n Chips - Shallow Bay Motel 5:00 pm - Fish ‘n Chips & Fish ’n Brewis - Back Cove Café 6:00-9:00 pm - Workshop - Design your own Colouring Book page with mixed media artist Jackie Alcock - Long Range Academy - $10.00 Open to youth and adult - Ages 13 and up -Materials included- will be supplies for purchase 7:00 pm - Gros Morne Theatre Festival - Only Living Father https://www.theatrenewfoundland.com/shows/gros-morne-theatre-festival-2019/ - Warehouse Theatre 8:30 pm - Rum Ragged Concert- opening with Stephanie Payne - Shallow Bay Motel 10:30 pm - 1:30 am - Open Mic and Karaoke at Shallow Bay Motel. Reserve your ticket for Saturday Nights Fine Dining or book your weekend package! Call 709-243-2471 or email info@shallowbaymotel.com For more information, please visit: https://www.grosmornefallfest.com or https://www.facebook.com/GrosMorneFallFest or call 709-243-2023 or 709-243-2466

This event is free and will be accepting optional pay-what-you-may donations for admission.

Fri Sep 25
Sat Sep 26
Sun Sep 27

9:00 AM to 10:30 PM

Organized by

Cow Head Conservation and Heritage Committee

Gros Morne Fall Festival and Craft Fair is organized by a small but committed band of volunteers that make up the Cow Head Conservation and Heritage Committee. The Cow Head Conservation and Heritage Committee have been in existence since 1975 and is a proud group of like minded individuals and community champions committed to protecting and celebrating our culture and heritage. The committee has consistently maintained this mandate for 44 years. During this time, the committee has relied upon strategic decisions and tremendous community support in order to maintain the Dr. Henry N. Payne Community Museum property and its message. Successful yearly fund-raising campaigns and other community events are a testament to the strength of the community support the committee has been able to amass. Due to steady improvements and increased tourism visitation, the committee continues to grow. A large number of activities are required to professionalize and improve overall product quality, maintain operations and build capacity within the community.Our organization has built a Veterans Memorial Park and hosts the Gros Morne Fall Festival and Craft Fair.

This event is part of a hub:

  • Gros Morne Fall Fest & Craft Fair Hub

    Cow Head Conservation and Heritage Committee Cow Head, NL

    Gros Morne Fall Fest is a celebration of crafts, music, food and culture taking place from Sept 26-29, 2019 in the picturesque town of Cow Head, nestled in the heart of the mesmerizing Gros Morne National Park. Fall Fest has grown to become...

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Location

Various locations

Cow Head, NL

NL- 430 North to Cow Head on the Viking Trail.

Event Contact

Glenda Reid Bavis

cowheadheritage@gmail.com

Language

English