Jul
28
4:00 PM16:00

Blood on the Newfie Bullet

The Historic Train Site, Riverside Dr.

Murder, mystery, mayhem and maybe a little music?  All this and more awaits you on the Newfoundland Express. Zany characters arrive on the train with members of the RNC, the RCMP, and the deft hand of the Western Star, hot on the trail of an elusive killer. Written and Directed by Corner Brook’s own Ian Locke, featuring the Graham Academy students, this is a fast-paced who-done-it on a slow-movin’ train

Sponsored by Gros Morne Summer Music Admission is $20.00

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Jul
28
2:00 PM14:00

Blood on the Newfie Bullet

The Historic Train Site, Riverside Dr.

Murder, mystery, mayhem and maybe a little music?  All this and more awaits you on the Newfoundland Express. Zany characters arrive on the train with members of the RNC, the RCMP, and the deft hand of the Western Star, hot on the trail of an elusive killer. Written and Directed by Corner Brook’s own Ian Locke, featuring the Graham Academy students, this is a fast-paced who-done-it on a slow-movin’ train

Sponsored by Gros Morne Summer Music Admission is $20.00

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Jul
28
8:00 AM08:00

Breakfast

First United Church,Lower Hall, 19 Park St. Breakfast includes Scrambled eggs, bologna, baked beans, hash browns, toast, juice, tea and coffee.  Cost is $8.00 per person, 12 years and under $4.00. Sponsored by the First United Church Mens Club and UCW

An ecumenical service is scheduled there as well outside on the lawn.  If raining, it will be inside.  Donation to the church optional.

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Jul
27
to Jul 28

An evening with Eddie Coffey

Humber Valley Resort Beach House, 28 Lakeside Drive, Humber Valley Resort.

Humber Valley Resort Beach House, 28 Lakeside Drive, Humber Valley Resort.  An evening with singer Eddie Coffey.  Join together with friends for a feel great night of food, drinks and entertainment.  Tickets available by calling 660-1050 or emailing hvrbeachhouse@gmail.com.  Admission $20.00.

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Jul
27
10:00 AM10:00

The Western Group Best on West

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West St. will be a pedestrian only street for the day!  Enjoy an Antique Car Show starting early in the day, stretching the length of West St., showing the best antique cars from our area and around the province.  Relax or dance on the Majestic Lawn to the Humber Road Greasers and Kacie Callahan!  Pop into local downtown shops and restaurants to enjoy the offerings of the day!  As the antique cars pull out late in the afternoon, the entertainment will move to the United Church lawn with the sounds of Big Train and Newfound Frequency into the evening.  This day is a must see for car buffs and music lovers! Beer garden provided by the Kinsmen Club of Corner Brook for the late afternoon and evening entertainment only.  This FREE event is sponsored by our Platinum Sponsor, The Western Group and Corner Brook Come Home Year.  Check out further details at www.cornerbrookcomehomeyear2019 or follow us on Facebook or twitter.

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Jul
26
8:00 PM20:00

Come Home Year Scottish Ceilidh.

Bennett Hall 11 West St. Come join us for an evening of lively music and Scottish Country dancing.  Doesn’t matter if you’ve danced before, it is easy and fun to learn. A good time is guaranteed. Suitable for all ages, no partner necessary. Complimentary light refreshments will be served. Sponsored by the Scottish Heritage Society of Western Newfoundland.  Cost of admission $5.00

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Jul
26
8:00 PM20:00

Fields of Gold – The music of Sting and The Police

The Arts and Culture Centre, University Dr. 

Back from a busy studio schedule in Los Angeles, Yvette Coleman leads a celebration of Sting, one of the world's top recording artists. Featuring local guest artists as well as a talented crew from the Graham Academy, our all new summer spectacular  brings you the musical brilliance of Corner Brook like nothing else! Sponsored by Gros Morne summer music.  Admission $39.50

 
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Jul
26
4:00 PM16:00

Blood on the Newfie Bullet

The Historic Train Site, Riverside Dr.

Murder, mystery, mayhem and maybe a little music?  All this and more awaits you on the Newfoundland Express. Zany characters arrive on the train with members of the RNC, the RCMP, and the deft hand of the Western Star, hot on the trail of an elusive killer. Written and Directed by Corner Brook’s own Ian Locke, featuring the Graham Academy students, this is a fast-paced who-done-it on a slow-movin’ train

Sponsored by Gros Morne Summer Music Admission is $20.00

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Jul
26
2:00 PM14:00

Blood on the Newfie Bullet

The Historic Train Site, Riverside Dr.

Murder, mystery, mayhem and maybe a little music?  All this and more awaits you on the Newfoundland Express. Zany characters arrive on the train with members of the RNC, the RCMP, and the deft hand of the Western Star, hot on the trail of an elusive killer. Written and Directed by Corner Brook’s own Ian Locke, featuring the Graham Academy students, this is a fast-paced who-done-it on a slow-movin’ train

Sponsored by Gros Morne Summer Music Admission is $20.00

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Jul
26
10:00 AM10:00

Colemans Downtown Days

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Colemans , 26 Caribou Rd.  Watermelon eating contest for the kids. Come meet Florida State Watermelon Queen, Miss Avianna Liuzzo and coordinator Debra Harrison from 10:00am-11:30am.

Arthur James Clothing Company will be having a giant sidewalk sale with savings galore from 11:30am -3:00pm and Colemans Grocery Store will be having an outdoor BBQ 12:00pm – 2:00pm.

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Jul
25
8:00 PM20:00

Fields of Gold – The music of Sting and The Police

The Arts and Culture Centre, University Dr. 

Back from a busy studio schedule in Los Angeles, Yvette Coleman leads a celebration of Sting, one of the world's top recording artists. Featuring local guest artists as well as a talented crew from the Graham Academy, our all new summer spectacular  brings you the musical brilliance of Corner Brook like nothing else! Sponsored by Gros Morne summer music.  Admission $39.50

 
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Jul
25
7:00 PM19:00

The Queer Mummer and Tintinnabulation

Grenfell Art Gallery, 20 University Dr. 

Come to the gallery during Come Home week  for Christmas in July and a visit by the Queer Mummer.  This reception will celebrate both of our summer exhibitions, The Queer Mummer and Tintinnabulation.  Drinks and light snacks will be served and as always, all are welcome.  Admission is FREE!

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