Upcoming Events

There’s no shortage of reasons to celebrate, perhaps just a shortage of time.

There are hundreds of diverse festivals and events that embrace everything from film, dance and music, to blueberries, squid and mussel beds. Whatever the reason, there are tons of ways to celebrate the unique culture and heritage of this place while you meet new friends, or reacquaint with old ones.

Events in the Next 30 Days

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  • Feb 2015, TBA
    Bay Roberts
    A celebration of winter with many indoor and outdoor events for the whole family, including an outdoor skating rink with family fun day. Come and enjoy!
  • February 2015, TBA
    Long Pond
    Various events for the whole family such as free swims and free skating. Other notable events include the Fred Squires Shield and Annie Parsons Memorial Hockey Tournaments and pancake breakfast!
  • Feb 2015, TBA
    Gander
    Newfoundland's Biggest Winter Bash! Celebrate winter with groomed trails, warm up huts and spectacular views.
  • Mar 13 - 14, 2015
    Champney's West
    Champney's West Recreation has been staging an old fashion concert.
  • Mar 21- 29, 2015
    Labrador City
    Citizens races, jack rabbit events, instructional and wax sessions, steak night, open house, free pasta supper.
  • Mar 2015, TBA
    Point Leamington
    Week-long fun for the entire family with a different event each night. Saturday is a day of games and races, prizes will be awarded.
  • Mar 2015, TBA
    Happy Valley-Goose Bay
    Annual cross-country skiing event for all ages to enjoy.
  • Feb - Mar 2015, TBA
    Deer Lake
    A full week of indoor and outdoor activities, traditional food and fun for all ages.
  • Sep 19, 2014-Apr 19, 2015
    St. John's
    The Newfoundland Symphony Orchestra presents over 20 concerts during its September to April season; usually on Friday and/or Saturday evenings. Call for concert and ticket information.
  • Jan 1 - Dec 31, 2015
    St. John's
    A complete Newfoundland experience of hilarious wit, spirited character interplay, exceptional musical talent and a three-course meal. The Masonic Temple, downtown St. John's.