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Church Events


Annual Arctic Char Dinner

The Church of the Good Shepherd (111 Richard Nolan Drive, Mount Pearl) will be hosting their Annual Arctic Char Dinner on February 22 at 6 PM. Tickets can be purchased at the church office, call 747-1022.




Pancake Supper

Church of the Good Shepherd is hosting a pancake supper (pancakes, sausage, baked beans and dessert) on Tuesday, February 25th at 6 PM. Take-out will be available at 5 PM. Tickets are available by contacting the church office at 747-1022.




St. Theresa’s Prayer Group

St. Theresa’s Prayer Group – The meetings will be held on Thursdays from 3:00 PM to 4:30 PM in the St. Clement’s room. Entrance is through the parish office doors and upstairs on the left. All are welcome.




World Day of Prayer 2020 (Grand Falls-Windsor)

There will be a World Day of Prayer Service held at Hollett’s Retirement Home, Park Street, Grand Falls-Windsor on Friday, March 6 at 2 PM.




World Day of Prayer 2020 (Grand Falls-Windsor)

The World Day of Prayer Ecumenical Worship Service will be held at St. Alban’s Anglican Church on Masters Avenue in Grand Falls-Windsor, on March 6 at 7:30 PM. Everyone is invited to attend.




Gospel Concert (Grand Falls-Windsor)

There will be a Gospel Concert on March 20 at 7:30 PM at St. Alban’s Anglican Church, 13 Masters Avenue in Grand Falls-Windsor.

Admission at the door

Performers will include Rev. Jeff Blackwood and Rev. Roy Martin and many more local performers.

Come and enjoy, and thank you for your support!




Nedley Depression and Anxiety Recovery Program

Are you or your loved ones suffering from depression or anxiety? There’s Hope! The Nedley Depression and Anxiety Recovery Program offers solutions. Not only will you learn how to identify depression and anxiety and their causes, you will also enhance your energy levels, sleep quality, mood, relationships, and emotional intelligence. This comprehensive program provides positive thinking techniques, nutritional education and much more to increase brain function, manage stress, live above loss and achieve peak mental performance. Come to our free introductory session on either April 6th or 7th from 6-7:30 PM at 30 Aldershot Street, or call Luis at 699-2838.



Community Events


Annual Arctic Char Dinner

The Church of the Good Shepherd (111 Richard Nolan Drive, Mount Pearl) will be hosting their Annual Arctic Char Dinner on February 22 at 6 PM. Tickets can be purchased at the church office, call 747-1022.




Mount Pearl Summit Pool Remains Closed

The repairs and testing remain ongoing at the Mount Pearl Summit Centre pool and it will remain closed until mid-next week. Classes and swims remain cancelled at this time.

We apologize for the inconvenience. ‬




Manuels River Centre Snow Shoe Rentals

Daily, until April 5, 9:30 AM to 4 PM: Snowshoe rentals, Manuels River, 7 Conception Bay Highway, CBS

If you can walk, you can snowshoe! Why not give snowshoeing a try at Manuels River? Snowshoes are available to rent at the Centre for use along the upstream portion of our trail system. Free for members. For more information, visit manuelsriver.ca or call Jennifer at 834-2099 ext. 206.




24-hour Parking Ban Lifted Mount Pearl

The 24-hour parking ban has been lifted, effective February 15th for the city of Mount Pearl.

Please note that Winter Parking Restrictions still remain in effect. No vehicle is permitted to park on any street within the City until after March 31st, between the hours of 1 AM and 8 AM.




Pancake Supper

Shrove Tuesday Pancake Supper: Hosted by Cochrane Street United Church

Please join us for a time of fellowship and friendship at our pancake supper on February 25, 5:00 – 6:30 PM at Cochrane Centre. We will be serving pancakes, sausages, apple sauce, tea and coffee. Tickets at the door. For details, please contact the church office at info@cochranestreetuc.com.




Pancake Supper

Church of the Good Shepherd is hosting a pancake supper (pancakes, sausage, baked beans and dessert) on Tuesday, February 25th at 6 PM. Take-out will be available at 5 PM. Tickets are available by contacting the church office at 747-1022.




Wesley Pancake Supper

Wesley United Church will be holding a pancake supper on February 25th at 6 PM. Pancakes, sausages, bologna and baked beans will be served along with dessert and tea or coffee. Tickets can be purchased by calling Marvin at 579-7900, Pheobe at 726-1689 or the church office at 579-3682.




Her Own Boss! Bridging Settlement and Economic Security for Newcomer Women through Self-employment

This Women’s Economic Council action research project will provide visible minority newcomer women in the metro St. John’s area with opportunities to explore self-employment, including co-operatives and social enterprises. This will be a supportive group environment. We will learn together! If you are a Permanent Resident or have received notice that your PR status will be in place shortly, this project may be for you. This project requires a part-time commitment; possibly meeting once a week and participants will help finalize the meeting schedule.

Call Valerie with your questions: 1-888-800-8947
Email: valeriec@womenseconomiccouncil.ca
Online registration is now open: womenseconomiccouncil.ca/apply/




St. Theresa’s Prayer Group

St. Theresa’s Prayer Group – The meetings will be held on Thursdays from 3:00 PM to 4:30 PM in the St. Clement’s room. Entrance is through the parish office doors and upstairs on the left. All are welcome.




Manuels River Centre Snow Shoe Rentals

Every Thursday, until March 26, 5 PM: Thursday Evening Snowshoe and Campfire, Manuels River, 7 Conception Bay Highway, CBS

There’s something special about getting outside on a winter evening for a snowshoe and campfire. Snowshoes and flashlights are available to rent at the Centre for use along the upstream portion of our trail system, or you may bring your own. We’ll provide the campfire and marshmallows for roasting! Campfire starts at 6 PM, weather permitting. Free for members! Find out more at manuelsriver.ca




Community Clay Studio Pottery Classes

Pottery Intro (Hand-building and Wheel-throwing) – 8 nights

Through a hands-on approach, students will be introduced to the basics of hand-building, wheel-throwing and glazing. This is a class dedicated to helping beginners take their first steps to creating with clay. This course will include visual introductions, demonstrations, and useful techniques including the properties of working with clay and green ware. Participants will explore techniques necessary to create basic pottery forms by hand and includes at least two classes introducing the students to throwing pots on the pottery wheel.

Thursday evenings – time slot: 6:30 – 9:30 PM
Contact: claystudio@craftcouncil.nl.ca




Public Lecture – The Great Debate: What’s a Healthy Food?

Consumers are seeking simple ways to find ‘healthy’ foods in the grocery store aisles and restaurants. Governments have to define ‘healthy’ foods for policies and regulations. The Internet is filled with movie stars and social influencers touting the latest healthy diets – all adding to the confusion.

Canada has just launched a new Food Guide and committed to introducing regulations requiring Front of Pack Warning Labels on unhealthy foods, and also prohibiting the marketing of these foods to children.

Dr. Mary L’Abbé, University of Toronto will overview these and other exciting developments that are happening in Canada and around the world to help consumers choose healthier foods and how these healthier foods are being identified.

Monday, March 9, 7-9 PM in the Bruneau Centre for Research and Innovation, room IIC-2001.
A reception will follow. Limited parking available in Lot 17.




St. John’s Choir Afternoon Tea

The St. John’s Choir annual Afternoon Tea will take place on Sunday, March 15th, at 2:30 PM at Cowan United Church on 141 Frecker Drive. Doors will open at 2 PM. Tickets can be obtained at stjohnschoir.info@gmail.com.




Public Lecture – The Consequences of Nuclear War

March 20, 7-8 PM
IIC-2001, Innovation Hall, Bruneau Centre

Dr. Mark Moldwin, University of Michigan, will describe the climate and space weather consequences of nuclear war to remind us of the apocalyptic fate of civilization that nuclear weapons can unleash.




Tutor Training Workshop

Would you like to volunteer to help another adult learn to read and write? If you can read, you can tutor.

Teachers on Wheels will be holding a day-long tutor-training workshop on March 21st. Call Tom Dawe for details at 738-3975.




Nedley Depression and Anxiety Recovery Program

Are you or your loved ones suffering from depression or anxiety? There’s Hope! The Nedley Depression and Anxiety Recovery Program offers solutions. Not only will you learn how to identify depression and anxiety and their causes, you will also enhance your energy levels, sleep quality, mood, relationships, and emotional intelligence. This comprehensive program provides positive thinking techniques, nutritional education and much more to increase brain function, manage stress, live above loss and achieve peak mental performance. Come to our free introductory session on either April 6th or 7th from 6-7:30 PM at 30 Aldershot Street, or call Luis at 699-2838.