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Upcoming Events at Trinity Historic Sites

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Canada Day

July 1, 2016

Join the festivities in celebration of Canada Day!

More information:
(709) 464-2042


The Grey Sock Event

Remembering the War Effort through Knitting

July 4, 2016, 2:30-4:00 pm

Women on the home front knitted their socks off to help out with the war effort through 1914-1918. Come and make a sock to remember their important contribution. All socks will be donated to charity. No experience necessary - needles and wool provided, or bring your own to knit with us.

Location: Hiscock House Interpretation Centre

For more information:
(709) 464-2042


Hop, Skip and Jump - 19th Century Games

Demonstration week, everyday August 15 - 20

August 20, 2016, 10:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.

Children still enjoy games like Hide & Seek, charades, and skipping rope but have they ever played Hoop and Stick or King George's Troops? Come, play and learn some old fashioned games for indoors and out.

August 20, 12:00-4:30 p.m.
Join us for a picnic and games on the lawn. (Weather dependent)

Cost: Included in regular admission
Location: Hiscock House PHS, Trinity
Contact for more information:
Tel: (709) 464-2042
Email: trinity@seethesites.ca


What's a Wicket?

Reviving Cricket in the Bight

August 21, 2016, 1:00 - 3:00 pm

Did you know Trinity once had an active cricket team? Members of Cricket Newfoundland and Labrador are in the Bight to teach and demonstrate the sport of cricket. No experience or equipment necessary! All ages welcome.

Demonstration begins at 1 pm immediately following Trinity Bight Canada Day Celebrations.

The event marks the return of cricket to the area after 100 years. Trinity had an active cricket team in the 19th and early 20th century, regularly playing matches against teams from  Bonavista, Catalina, Hearts Content, Harbour Grace and St. John's. The Trinity Museum features a photograph of the 1896 team and old cricket bats, including one used in a match against St. John's in 1910 (which Trinity won).

Cricket is undergoing a revival in Newfoundland and Labrador, following the formation of Cricket Newfoundland and Labrador in 2010. There are over 100 players involved in winter and summer leagues in the St. John's area. The sport is prominently featured in the movie "The Grand Seduction", filmed in the Trinity area, and now on general release.

Location: Sir Richard Whitbourne Park in Trinity.

For more information, contact:
Tel: (709) 464-2042
Email: trinity@seethesites.ca

For more about Cricket Newfoundland and Labrador: http://www.canadacricket.com/nlcricket/



After Dark

a sites at night experience

August 22, 2016, 7:30 pm

The evening begins with readings and music by lantern light at the Mercantile Premises. Then stroll along to the Visitor Centre for a chocolate and wine tasting.

Tickets $20

For more information:
(709) 464-2042



Fall Harvest

an annual tradition

October 3, 2016, 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Come see what our garden grew! Celebrate the end of the growing season at our sites.

11 am - pumpkin and turnip carving

Enter your Mountain Ash Jelly to our competition!
3 pm - Tea and jelly tasting - who made the best Mountain Ash jelly?

Mountain Ash Jelly recipe available from the Visitor Centre or by emailing trinity@seethesites.ca

Included in regular admission.

For more information, contact:
Joan Kane, Site Supervisor
Tel: (709) 464-2042
Email: trinity@seethesites.ca