Birding by Season will host an osprey watching event for your chance to see these magnificent raptors fish. A spotting scope will be set up to enhance your view when watching them on the nest. Learn about the life history of our local osprey pair and why they are fishing specialists. The event will be followed by marshmallow roasting at the beach. Advance booking is required, please call (709) 721-3557 to reserve your space.
Music at the Museum featuring local native singers at K’Taqmkuk Mi’Kmaq Museum in St. George’s. Entrance Fee applies.
By 1944, thousands of American had descended on Stephenville, and it changed the cultural landscape of the area forever. The Last Christmas at Harmon is an epic tale of the final months at Harmon AFB. The story looks at the trials and tribulations, the fun times and the ending of an era. This dinner theatre is served with a classic Christmas turkey dinner. The Nelson White and his Jazz Ensemble will add to this delightful evening of entertainment.
Location: Royal Canadian Legion 35 Oregon Drive Cocktails 6:30 pm
We invite you to join us at the Dome parking lot each Sunday at 3PM for a drive in Gospel Concert.
Weather permitting from July 4 – September 5.
Come prepared to enjoy yourself! Our chefs are crafting a traditional Newfoundland meal, with a creative modern twist, of course, and we have stories and songs to keep you entertained.
The influx of thousands of Americans almost eliminated this cultural fabric forever, but the resilience and strength of the founding families still hold strong. Rumour has it that characters from the past roam the museum waiting for visitors. Limited tickets due to covid.
Stephenville Regional Museum. 45 Oregon Dr. (entrance at the back of the building – orange door)
July 23, Aug. 1 & 8
We invite you to join us for a bonfire and music at the Port Harmon Beach. Weather permitting.
Further details TBA.
We invite you to join us for an outdoor concert at the Stephenville Dome. Entertainment TBA. Donations at the gate.
305 million years ago a tropical forest of ancient trees grew up to 50 meters in height near what it now Blanche Brook. One of the first species to inhabit the Earth and now long extinct, these trees have turned to stone. Join your guide for a short 250 meter return walk along the Fossil Foot Path to hear the story of these rare specimens and their role in the evolution of trees. We recommend wearing hiking sandals or waterproof shoes as you may wade into the shallow river waters to view fossils. Please arrive 10 minutes early. Tour starts at 11AM sharp.