Please join us on Friday, Feb. 15, 2019, 9 am at St. Luke’s Hall, Port de Grave for a Roundtable meeting. We will be laying out the Master Plan Overview that was conducted by Pat Curran and Associates Team.
We are inviting all residents of the Peninsula, non-residents and anyone who is interested in hearing about what the future holds for us.
Great things will be happening on the Peninsula, but we also need your help to make it happen.
We hope to see you there!
An historic event took place this date, August 21, 2018 on the Port de Grave Peninsula. Today the Port de Grave Peninsula Heritage Society received the official transfer for the former St. Mark’s Church and Schoolhouse from the Anglican Diocese of Eastern Newfoundland and Labrador for the sum of $1.00.
Representing the Diocese was The Ven. Sam Rose who made the transfer to Dr. Adrian Lear on behalf of the Society. A large crowd were in attendance including former members of the Society, Gerald Andrews, Edwin Hussey and former MHA and MP the Hon. John Efford.
The church will now be housing the Canadian Coast Guard Alumni treasures collected from different parts of Newfoundland and Labrador and has been in storage for the past twenty years. The building will also be used for a number of events tba.
Immediately following the ceremony a delicious lunch was served in the now known Canon Richard’s Tearoom.
To view photos from the event please click on this link St. Mark’s Transfer
If you are on Facebook please like our page Port de Grave Peninsula Heritage Society to see The Ven. Sam Rose transfer the property.
The Canon Richard’s Tearoom will be reopening on Wednesday, May 22, 2019 for our second season, we look forward to seeing you again this summer for some delicious homemade lunches and delicious homemade desserts. When you are out and about drop by and enjoy lunch.
Hours of operation: Wednesday to Saturday 10 am to 3 pm.
Please click on link below to find out about Canon Richards Tearoom: See the Menu!
Canon Richards Tearoom
Check out the link to Old School Days, brought to you by the NTV, featuring students from All Hallows Elementary School, North River, visiting the Fishermen’s Museum, Porter House and taking part in school at the old Hibb’s Hole School house! Also, starring Olive Anstey the teacher, a visit from Rev. William Strong, Anglican minister, Mona Petten and Vern Petten. Great job done by all!
Thanks NTV! NTV – Old School Days
Photos from the event can be found at Joyce’s Photos
Video from the event can be found at Anchored in the Sea Gala Video