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Redefining art in Glovertown - House of Diamonds Art Centre gallery closing.
GLOVERTOWN, NL –The House of Diamonds Art Centre in Glovertown will no longer be operating its retail gallery and gift shop as of Feb. 25. “Not only is the shop not making money, it’s losing money” says Kevin ...
Time in the Hall - Glovertown Winter Carnival dinner theatre.
GLOVERTOWN, NL – With tickets costing just $10, the dinner theatre event at the Glovertown Winter Carnival was meant to be accessible to everyone, and it certainly did get a lot of people out of the house. The event sold more than ...
Botwood Foodbank receives Valentine’s Day gift
BOTWOOD, NL – We’ve all heard the phrase “singing for your supper,” but Botwood area residents have put a new twist on the old saying. Thanks to support from local communities, the Botwood Foodland won a holiday singing ...
Writers in Winter - Day of readings at the House of Diamonds
By Megan Frost Special to The Beacon GLOVERTOWN, NL – The public joined writers of poems, novels, essays, short stories and song to fill the room at the House of Diamonds Arts Centre in Glovertown Feb. 10 as they read from their work and ...
End of an era - Blackwood brothers to close independent Glovertown grocery store
By Megan Frost Special to The Beacon GLOVERTOWN, NL – The machine for plastic wrapping was just sold, and the day before, someone bought the meat saw. Blackwood’s Limited is moving out inventory and equipment alike as co-owners Randy ...
No longer stretched for space - Gander Airials
GANDER, NL – A larger space for Gander’s Airials Gymnastics Club is a welcome change for students and coaches. The new facility is now housed in the Goodyear building in the town centre. A generous amount of floor space has brought many ...
From thoughts to paper - Gander writer Pamela Peckford shares her writing thoughts.
GANDER, NL – When Pamela Peckford is troubled by something she sees, she puts it into words. She does this to unclutter her mind. She remembers writing her first poem, which she exchanged with her cousin when she was eight. She calls those ...
Random acts of kindness in Port aux Basques
PORT AUX BASQUES, NL – It has been said no act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted. Members of Peaceful Communities are celebrating Random Acts of Kindness Week in the Port aux Basques area by handing out gift cards to ...
Choices for Youth consults with public in the process of helping young people
In planning an expansion of its services, Choices for Youth (CFY) has held consultations with hundreds of people throughout the province to determine how best the organization can meet the needs of vulnerable youth living outside the St. John’s ...
Cozies for charity in Grand Falls-Windsor
GRAND FALLS-WINDSOR, NL – The story of Mya Healey’s battle with juvenile arthritis will be told during the 34th annual Janeway Children’s Miracle Network Telethon. Mya, 11, has been selected as a 2018 Janeway Miracle Kid. “I ...