June 7th (Sunday) at 3:00 pm: St. Georges is delighted to host a concert featuring The Holy Heart of Mary Alumni Choir, Les Mes!
June 27th (Saturday) at 3:00 pm: Quintessential Vocal Ensemble Mixed Youth Choir directed by award winning choral director Susan Quinn. Come and enjoy an afternoon of choral favourites by Newfoundland's newest youth choir!
July 17th (Friday) at 2:00pm: The Bowering wedding.
July 19th (Sunday) at 7:30pm: Concert with Fergus O'Byrne & Jim Payne. "Two of Newfoundland's most respected performers combine instrumental prowess and humorous repartee, to cover a broad spectrum of Newfoundland folk culture, including songs, stories and dance tunes. Their repertoire includes rousing sea shanties and work songs, poignant ballads, comic ditties, folk tales and recitations, and toe-tapping jigs, reels and polkas on a variety of instruments."
July 24th (Friday) at 7:00pm: Concert with Ken Tizzard. Ken Tizzard, the unique low-to-the-ground bass player for gold-and-platinum selling Canadian rock bands, Thornley and The Watchmen, continues his thriving and ever-exploratory solo career with his fourth album. Recently, Ken has been touring and playing bass alongside Newfoundland singer-songwriter Ron Hynes. When not on the road with Ron, Ken is passing his time at his studio in Campbellford, Ontario writing for a new record. Concert Poster. "Home" video.
August 1st (Saturday) at 3:30 pm: The English-Dauphinee wedding.
August 8th (Saturday) at 8:00 pm: The Nickel Festival Roadshow presents the best films from their June Festival. Come and enjoy films made right here in Newfoundland.
Admission by freewill donation.
August 15th (Saturday) at 7:00 pm: The Burke-England wedding.
Rehearsal: Thursday August 13th at 7:00 pm
August 22nd (Saturday): Tuckamore Festival Youth Artist Concert.
Admission by Voluntary Donation.
September 19th (Saturday) at 7:00 pm: Please join the Historic Sites Association of Newfoundland and Labrador for the 2015 Bartlett Lecture. This year's topic is "Settled from the Sea" and lecturer Phillip Pratt will lead an exploration through old and new NL architecture, starting with Brigus.
Free admission for the lecture only. Tickets for the pre-lecture dinner at Brigus Rec Centre are available online or by calling (709) 753-5515.
October 3rd (Saturday) afternoon: Come and enjoy one of Landfall's Writers-in-Residence, Claire Wilkshire. As well as being a writer, Claire Wilkshire is the director of the Francophone Choir. Claire will present a choir concert and a reading as her outreach event.