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Living Heritage Podcast

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Living Heritage is about people who are engaged in the heritage and culture sector, from museum professionals and archivists, to tradition bearers and craftspeople - all those who keep history alive at the community level. We talk about their work, their passions, and the day-to-day safeguarding of … read more

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Ep 209 Dry Stone Walling with Ken Tuach

November 23rd, 2021


In this episode of the Living Heritage Podcast we talk with Ken Tuach about dry stone walling in Newfoundland and Labrador, his family's history in stone work, and the dry stone craftsman certification process. We also …

Ep208 Industrial Heritage with Anatolijs Venovcevs

September 24th, 2021


In this episode of the Living Heritage Podcast we talk with Anatolijs about industrial heritage in Newfoundland and Labrador and specifically his …

Ep207 Traditional Fence Building in NL, with Andrea O'Brien, Kevin Andrews, and Dale Jarvis

June 29th, 2021


In Newfoundland and Labrador, fences were built for a number of reasons including keeping animals out of gardens and delineating property lines. In this episode of the podcast we learn about traditional fence types, the …

Ep206 Cemetery Clean Up Tips and Tricks, with Andrea O'Brien and Robyn Lacy

June 28th, 2021


Often well-meaning people clean or “restore” old gravestones in ways that actually damage them or hasten their deterioration by using the wrong …

Ep205 The Devon Rural Skills Trust, with Chris Baker

April 16th, 2021


Many of the traditional features of the English countryside such as dry stone walls and hedge banks were originally created and maintained by rural craftsmen, using the skills that were passed from father to son. In …

Ep204 Dry stone wall building and its place in Newfoundland's heritage, with Dan Snow

April 1st, 2021


For over 40 years, Dan Snow has been building dry stone constructions in his native Windham County, Vermont and beyond. From the practical to the …

Ep203 The Furniture Art of Henry William Winter

March 30th, 2021


During the late 19th and early 20th century, Henry William Winter, an ambitious self-taught furniture maker in Clarke's Beach, Conception Bay, …

Ep202 Black Cat Cemetery Preservation

March 19th, 2021


Black Cat Cemetery Preservation specializes in historic gravestone and monument conservation and restoration in Canada. Husband and wife team Robyn Lacy and Ian Petty, have a combined 20 years of experience in the …

Ep201 Shetland History and Folklore with Dr Andrew Jennings

March 5th, 2021


Dr Andrew Jennings is based in Lerwick, Shetland's capital. He enjoys everything about life in this beautiful archipelago, from rowing in the local …

Ep200 Doughboys and Molasses, Oh!

February 2nd, 2021


We chat with folklorist Dr. Anna Kearney Guigné about the new CD - Doughboys and Molasses, Oh!, which offers listeners a fresh perspective on the …

Ep199 Growing up as a Lebanese Newfoundlander

January 29th, 2021


Folklorist Wyatt Shibley interviews retired local politician Lorraine Michael about what it was like growing up with Lebanese roots in downtown St. …

Ep198 How to Make a Podcast

January 7th, 2021


In the final episode of the Baccalieu Trail Series, host Natalie Dignam teaches listeners how to create their own podcast.

Ep197 The Bowring Park Footbridge and Blanche Lemco Van Ginkel

December 21st, 2020


In 2020, Heritage NL designated a concrete footbridge in Bowring Park as a Registered Heritage Structure, one of the first modernist structures in NL to be recognized as such. The bridge was designed in part by …

Ep196 Roger Tinney, furniture maker

December 9th, 2020


Roger Tinney is a furniture maker based in Vancouver Island, British Columbia. Originally from Prince Edward Island, Roger inherited some of his …

Ep195 Making Spruce Root Baskets

November 19th, 2020


The weaving of traditional baskets using spruce roots is an Indigenous artform with a long and complex history. Renowned Mik'maq basket maker Anthony White, together with his son Danny, have been credited with reviving …

Ep194 Lighthouses and Lighthouse Keepers

November 16th, 2020


We're all about lighthouses and lighthouse keepers this week on Living Heritage. Grab a cup of tea, and listen to tales told by Barry Porter, as well …

Ep193 Making Snowshoes with Edwin Bishop

November 9th, 2020


Host Dale Jarvis travels to Heart’s Delight-Islington for a chat with boatbuilder and snowshoe maker Edwin Bishop. Listen in and learn about the process of making traditional wooden snowshoes, steaming and bending the …

Ep192 Hallowe'en Special - Newfoundland ghost stories

October 26th, 2020


Hallowe'en comes to Living Heritage! In this special spooktacular edition of Living Heritage, host Dale Jarvis has dug through the archives to …

Ep191 Newfoundland Pony Society with Libby Carew

October 7th, 2020


In this episode, we chat with Libby Carew, a board member of the Newfoundland Pony Society. Libby first encountered Newfoundland ponies as a child while visiting her grandmother on the Southern Shore. In this episode, …

Ep190 Nurse, you have got to come!

October 2nd, 2020


Gwenllian (Gwen) Decil LeGrow was born in South Wales on December 10, 1912. She served as a radio operator during World War II and became a nurse in London England. Gwen loved adventure and in 1949 went to Newfoundland …

Ep189 Down on Bellvue Farm

September 18th, 2020


Did you know that Admiralty House Communications Museum was once a farmhouse? In this episode, folklorists Shannon Bateman and Alyson Small trace the …

Ep188 Venereal Disease in the First World War

September 18th, 2020


Today we are in conversation with Allison Bennett, a Ph.D. Candidate at Memorial University. Her research investigates the soldiers of the British …

Ep187 The Great War Spy Panic

August 28th, 2020


This week, we are handing over the podcast to Admiralty House Museum, in cooperation with Memorial University Folk6740 Public Folklore students!

This …

Ep186 Carding and Weaving in Millville, Codroy Valley

August 20th, 2020


Today, we are taking a trip to the community of Millville, in the Codroy Valley on Newfoundland’s west coast.  We’re going to have a chat with Edwin “Hockey” Gale, whose family started the carding mill that gave the …

Ep185 Using the BillionGraves app to document local cemeteries

August 14th, 2020


Cemetery sleuths Dale Jarvis and Katie Crane introduce you to the BillionGraves app for your mobile phone.  BillionGraves is the world's largest GPS-linked cemetery data resource. As you take photos with the …

Ep184 Eileen Matthews and NERRL Hand Painted Designs

August 14th, 2020


Eileen lives and works in New Perlican, where she creates unique arts and crafts for her business, NERRL Hand Painted Designs. Eileen is also an active member of the New Perlican Heritage Committee. In today’s episode, …

Ep183 Grates Cove Part 2

July 30th, 2020


In today’s episode, we’re back for Part 2 with Terrance and Courtney Howell from Grates Cove Studios. Terrence and Courtney moved to Grates Cove over a decade ago and started their studio. The business has grown since …

Ep182 Traditional Knowledge on the Baccalieu Trail

July 23rd, 2020


Researcher Katie Crane has been compiling a list of people along the Baccalieu Trail who have traditional skills and stories to share. In this episode, we hear from carver and knifemaker Edward Delaney, Kevin Andrews on …

Ep181 A Visit to Grates Cove, Part 1

July 19th, 2020


In today's episode of the Living Heritage Podcast, Terrance  and Courtney Howell from Grates Cove Studios talk about the adaptability of Newfoundlanders during uncertain times, the natural beauty of the Baccalieu Trail, …

Ep180 Youth Initiatives with Rev. Anthony Nwoko

July 9th, 2020


Today on the Living Heritage Podcast,  Reverend Anthony Nwoko of St.  Patrick’s Parish in Carbonear joins us to talk about his experience moving to Newfoundland, his work  with the parish, and his recent youth …

Ep179 Phantom Ships Along the Baccalieu Trail

July 1st, 2020


In this episode, PhD candidate Karin Murray-Berquist shares her research on phantom ship sightings in Newfoundland and Labrador. Karin is a PhD …

Ep178 Green's Harbour Orange Lodge

June 25th, 2020


Nancy Brace is the founder of the Green's Harbour Heritage  Society. She is a Green’s Harbour native who returned to Newfoundland in  2007. In 2009, she learned that the Orange Lodge in her community was  for sale, and …

Ep177 Hiking and History on the Baccalieu Trail

June 18th, 2020


We’re hitting the trails with Barb Parson Parsons-Sooley, a founding member of Hike Baccalieu, a trail maintenance association in the Baccalieu Trail …

Ep176 Storytelling with Clifford George

June 11th, 2020


In this episode, Clifford shares a few stories with Heritage NL researcher Katie Crane about Newfoundland faeries, his painting, and his advocacy work on behalf of Newfoundland ponies. This episode is part of a special …

Ep175 Weaving with Renee Finlayson

June 5th, 2020


This week, we chat by phone with retired Newfoundland production weaver Renee Finlayson. We talk about her move from Quebec to rural Bonne Bay in the …

Ep174 Double Your Covid-19 Bubble with Mike Hickey

May 13th, 2020


Here in Newfoundland we’ve been lucky enough to reach a stage of the COVID-19 lockdown where we’re now allowed to “Double Bubble”, choose another …

Ep172 Dr. Laura Sanchini of the Canadian Museum of History

May 8th, 2020


Dr. Laura Sanchini, the Curator of Craft, Design, and Popular Culture at the Canadian Museum of History, talks about her work and background as a …

Ep173 Collecting Covid with Maureen Peters of The Rooms, NL

May 1st, 2020


Maureen Peters, Curator of History at The Rooms, St. John's, NL, chats with Dale Jarvis of Heritage NL about documenting the Covid-19 Pandemic in …

Ep171 Blacksmithing in Newfoundland

March 26th, 2020


In this episode, Natalie Dignam talks about the history of the blacksmith trade in Newfoundland and forges you can visit on the island today.

Ep170 Wyatt Shibley's Research on Newfoundland's Lebanese Community

March 20th, 2020


In this episode, Wyatt Shibley talks about his research on the Lebanese community in Newfoundland. Wyatt is a graduate student in the Folklore …

Ep169 Weaving with Jessica McDonald

February 28th, 2020


Jessica McDonald is a textile artist and researcher based in St. John’s, Newfoundland. Jessica creates her own textile art, teaches, and researches weaving and craft in Atlantic Canada.

Ep168 Tilting Expatriates with Winnie Hamilton

February 20th, 2020


Winnie is the president of the the Tilting Expatriates Association, a group of former citizens of Tilting, Fogo Island. Since 1983, the Association has served as a means of contact between members, worked to preserve …

Ep167 The General Protestant Cemetery with Suzanne Sexty

February 13th, 2020


Suzanne Sexty  has been researching the St. John's General Protestant Cemetery and the people buried there since her retirement in 2001. She first moved to Newfoundland in 1968 to work at the Henrietta Harvey Library at …

Ep166 Photographic Historical Society of NL

February 6th, 2020


In 2016, Edith is founded the Photographic Historical Society of Newfoundland to share her passion for photography and its history. Learn more on the Society's Facebook page:

Ep165 The Tidal Wave Tsunami with Carl Slaney

January 29th, 2020


Carl Slaney of Laurentian Legacy Tours talks about the new tour he is developing for the summer of 2020. Its a guided historical hiking tour about the Tidal Wave, a tsunami that devastated St. Lawrence, Newfoundland and …

Ep164 The Harry Hibbs Exhibit is Coming to Bell Island

January 15th, 2020


Linda Hickey, Chair of the Bell Island Heritage Society, tells us all about a new exhibit on Newfoundland accordion player Harry Hibbs coming to the

Ep163 Clarence Snook - Hant's Harbour Telegrapher and Postmaster

November 25th, 2019


Mr. Clarence Snook was born in Hant’s Harbour on Hallowe'en Day, October 31, 1926.  He was an only child, the son of Alfred and Hazel Snook. As a boy, he was interested in Morse telegraphy, and studied under an …

Ep162 - Revitalizing the Heart's Delight - Islington Christmas Carols

November 21st, 2019


In days past, Christmas Eve in Heart’s Delight-Islington would ring with the singing of  their own special Christmas carols. The tradition involved …

Ep161 We ❤ Craft Skill Sharing Series - With Dr. Lisa Daly

November 14th, 2019


With funding from New Horizons, the Anna Templeton Centre is proud to present the We ❤ Craft Skill Sharing Series - 10 tours, presentations, and workshops that showcase craft in and around St. John's. The events will …

Ep160 Listening for La Llorona with Mariana Esquivel Suárez

November 8th, 2019


Mariana Esquivel Suárez is a Mexican graduate student at Memorial University’s Department of Folklore. She is currently writing her thesis on the …

Ep075 What is an Art Hive?

October 29th, 2019


Dr. Leah Lewis is an assistant professor, counseling psychologist, creative arts therapist and project lead of the Open Art Studio or Art Hive. Art …

Ep045 The Oral History Centre at the University of Winnipeg

October 17th, 2019


Nolan Reilly has a long-standing interest in community history. He is a professor of history and former chair of the Department of History at the …

Ep044 Scottish and English Intangible Cultural Heritage with Suzy Harrison

October 17th, 2019


Suzy Harrison is a second year PhD researcher at Nottingham Trent University, in the United Kingdom, and is funded through the AHRC Midlands3Cities Doctoral Training Programme. Her research analyses current attitudes …

Ep043 About the Trefoil Guild, with Pat Burton

October 17th, 2019


Pat Burton has been involved with Guiding as an adult for thirty seven years and is currently the Trefoil President for NL, a member of Killick …

Ep042 Youth engagement in heritage with Stephanie Chipilski

October 17th, 2019


Stephanie Chipilski is from Winnipeg, Manitoba. She currently works at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights, as the Assistant Registrar, assisting …

Ep041 The power of storytelling, with Dennis Flynn

October 17th, 2019


Dennis is a freelance writer/photographer/storyteller and a native of Colliers, Conception Bay, Newfoundland and Labrador. In 2003, he received a …

Ep040 A Brief History of Knitting in Canada

October 17th, 2019


Shirley Scott, or “Shirl the Purl”, is a handknitter with a special love for history. A librarian by profession, Shirl wrote a book about the history of knitting in Canada called Canada Knits: Craft and Comfort in a …

Ep039 Winston Fiander remembering life in Coomb’s Cove

October 17th, 2019


Winston Fiander was born in 1940 in Coomb's Cove, Fortune Bay. He attended Memorial University and graduated with a BA Ed in 1966. He has worked in New Brunswick as a training specialist and later held senior positions …

Ep038 Portable Museums of Curiosity and Wind Folklore with Joanne Kaar

October 17th, 2019


Joanne Kaar lives in Dunnet, on Dunnet Head, Caithness, Scotland, only two miles from where she grew up in the village of Brough.  She has a BA in Textiles and Surface Decoration and an MA in Textiles from Manchester …

Ep037 The Greenspond Historical Society and Archives

October 17th, 2019


Linda White was born in St. John's, Newfoundland. She worked as a Registered Nurse in the United States and England before returning to Newfoundland to attend Memorial University. She completed a Bachelor of Arts …

Ep036 The Mummers Festival with Ryan Davis

October 17th, 2019


Ryan Davis has been running the Mummers Festival since 2009. He holds an MA in Folklore and a BA in Communication Studies. It was his interest in …

Ep035 Towards an Encyclopedia of Local Knowledge

October 17th, 2019


Pam Hall is an interdisciplinary artist, scholar, film-maker, and writer. Her visual art has been exhibited locally, nationally and internationally …

Ep159 Celebrating ICH in Jeonju

October 17th, 2019


In this podcast episode, guest host Katie Crane chats with Dale Jarvis of Heritage NL about his recent trip to the city of Jeonju, Korea. Dale talks about his experiences and impressions of Korea and the city of Jeonju, …

Ep158 Remembering Dr. Anna Templeton

October 17th, 2019


Anna Templeton is perhaps best known today for a craft centre named in her honour in downtown St. John’s. But our province's modern crafting scene …

Ep157 Pouch Cove SUF Memories

October 17th, 2019


On Thursday, July 18th, 2019,  the Pouch Cove Heritage Society and Heritage NL co-hosted a storytelling and memory sharing session at the Anglican …

Ep034B Youth Heritage Forum with Alanna Wicks

October 17th, 2019


Alanna Wicks holds a BA in Folklore and Cultural Anthropology, and a MA in Public Folklore, both from Memorial University. She has been working and …

Ep034 An oral history of heritage conservation in NL with Shane O’Dea

October 17th, 2019


Shane O'Dea, Professor of English and Public Orator at Memorial University, has long been involved with preservation in Newfoundland. He was one of …

Ep033 Student Internships and Textile Heritage with Stephanie Micikyan

October 17th, 2019


Stephanie Micikyan is a graduate of the University of Ottawa with a BA in History, and of Fleming College’s Museum Management and Curatorship …

Ep032 Heritage, Radio, and Building Community Voice

October 17th, 2019


Joan Cranston is a physiotherapist who operates her clinic out of the old Bonne Bay Cottage Hospital in Norris Point. She is also the (volunteer) …

Ep031 A Life in Public Folklore, with Peggy Bulger

October 17th, 2019


Peggy A. Bulger retired in 2011 as the second director of the American Folklife Center at the Library of Congress, where she served from 1999. A …

Ep030 Safeguarding Traditional Stepdance

October 17th, 2019


Kristin Harris Walsh is a dancer and dance scholar based in St. John's. She holds a PhD in Folklore from Memorial University and a Master’s in Dance …

Ep029 The Old Hag - The Terror In The Night

October 17th, 2019


Lloyd Pike is a retired teacher whose 32 year teaching career began on remote Pass Island, located off the Connaigre Peninsula on Newfoundland's …

Ep028 Multi-ethnic food, music, and festivals, with Zainab Jerrett

October 17th, 2019


Zainab Jerrett is the Executive Director of Tombolo Multicultural Festival Newfoundland and Labrador. She is also the Coordinator for International …

Ep027 Cod Liver Oil and Mobile Apps

October 17th, 2019


Gail Everson, formerly a Hudson, she is a lifetime resident of Pouch Cove. Her family owned and operated 3 Cod Liver Oil factories in Pouch Cove, …

Ep026 Building a Happy City, with Dave Lane

October 17th, 2019


Dave Lane wears several hats: he is Development Partner at the marketing firm Dc Design House, managing a team web developers, designers, and social media experts; he is a Councillor at Large for the City of St. John's, …

Ep025 Charis Cotter on Kids, Writing, and Local History

October 17th, 2019


Charis Cotter is an award-winning children’s writer, actor, and storyteller who has worked extensively in schools telling Newfoundland ghost stories …

Ep024 The Playwright and History, with Robert Chafe

October 16th, 2019


Robert Chafe is a playwright based in St. John’s, whose work has been seen across Canada, the UK, Australia and in the United States. He is the author of seventeen stage scripts and co-author of another eight. He was …

Ep023 Spaniard’s Bay Heritage with Dianne Carr

October 16th, 2019


Dianne Carr (nee Vokey) is a Spaniard's Bay native who recently "resettled" in the community after retiring from teaching. Diane became involved with …

Ep022 Community Oral History Projects with Terra Barrett

October 16th, 2019


Terra Barrett is a folklore masters student at Memorial University who holds a BA in Folklore/French from Memorial University and is currently …

Ep021 Letterpress Printing with Marnie Parsons

October 16th, 2019


For years, Marnie Parsons studied, taught, reviewed, and edited poetry and children’s literature. In 2000, shortly after moving to St. John’s, she began learning letterpress printing from book artist Tara Bryan, and …

Ep020 Upper Island Cove memories with Ralph Barrett

October 16th, 2019


Ralph Barrett was born in Upper Island Cove and is founding member of the Avalon Sail Squadron who served as the Commander of the Avalon for 4 years …

Ep019 Aboriginal Engagement with Catharyn Andersen

October 16th, 2019


Catharyn Andersen is an Inuk from Nunatsiavut in northern Labrador. She is the Special Advisor to the President on Aboriginal Affairs at Memorial University. Before joining Memorial, she worked with the Small Craft …

Ep018 Iranian Culture with Hadi Milanloo and Saeedeh Niktab

October 16th, 2019


Born and raised in Iran, Saeedeh Niktab arrived in Canada in January 2014. Having survived the brutal winter of that year, as a master’s student of …

Ep017 Fishing for Success with Kimberly Orren

October 16th, 2019


Kimberly Orren is one of the founding directors of Fishing For Success, Inc. at Island Rooms of Petty Harbour, and currently serves as its Executive Director. Fishing For Success is a not-for-profit that aims to teach …

Ep016 Digitization How-To with Archivist Nicole Penney

October 16th, 2019


Nicole Penney is a folklorist and archivist living and working in St. John’s, Newfoundland. She holds a BA in Folklore / English Literature and an MA …

Ep015 Cultural Geography with Jo Shawyer

October 16th, 2019


Jo Shawyer is a cultural geographer who taught in the Department of Geography at MUN for many years. Her special interest is the study of cultural …

Ep014 Philippine Culture with Hazel Ouano Alpuerto

October 16th, 2019


Hazel Ouano Alpuerto is a Filipino-Canadian living in St.John's. She is a psychiatric registered nurse by profession, and works with Eastern Health with Mental Health and Addictions. Hazel is also is the Philippines …

Ep013 Researching Wooden Boats with Folklorist Crystal Braye

October 16th, 2019


Crystal Braye is a folklorist with the Wooden Boat Museum of Newfoundland and Labrador. She holds a bachelor of arts in cultural anthropology from …

Ep012 Exploring the Crow’s Nest Officers Club with Gary Green

October 16th, 2019


Gary Green is a past president of both the Crow's Nest Officers Club and the Crow's Nest Military Artifacts Association which jointly administer the Crow's Nest National Historic Site of Canada. He has written journal …

Ep011 Labrador Memories with Dave Paddon

October 16th, 2019


Dave Paddon is a writer and performer of recitations. He is originally from Northwest River, Labrador and is descended from two generations of pioneer doctors and nurses who lived and worked in Labrador. He currently …

Ep010 Community Heritage Programs with Julie Pomeroy

October 16th, 2019


Julie Pomeroy has been the Heritage Programs and Services Coordinator for Portugal Cove-St. Philip’s since the fall of 2012 and has also been a …

Ep009 Archival Tips and Tricks with Mary Ellen Wright

October 16th, 2019


Mary Ellen Wright has been the Professional Development and Outreach Officer (aka archives advisor) for the Association of Newfoundland and Labrador Archives (ANLA) for the last fifteen years. She has a BA in history …

Ep008 Admiralty House Museum with Allison Bennett and Carla Watson

October 16th, 2019


Allison Bennett is from Mount Pearl and graduated with a Master of Arts (in History) from Memorial University in October 2014. She is currently completing her Bachelor of Education (Intermediate/Secondary) at Memorial …

Ep007 Food Knowledge and Skills with Sarah Ferber

October 16th, 2019


Sarah Ferber is the Education Manager at Food Security Network NL. Their mission is to actively promote comprehensive, community-based solutions to …

Ep006 Public Folklore with Jillian Gould

October 16th, 2019


Jillian Gould is an assistant professor in the Department of Folklore at Memorial University. In the public sector she was a museum educator in New …

Ep005 Museum Gift Shops with Kelly Jones

October 16th, 2019


Kelly Jones has worked in the world of retail for the past 30 years as a sales associate, manager, merchandiser, and owner. Currently, she is on a contract for The Rooms Gift Shop, as Buyer and Product Development …

Ep004 Shipwrecks and Social Media with Heather Elliott

October 16th, 2019


Heather Elliott has an educational background in anthropology and museum management. Her passion for maritime history inspired her to create her own …

Ep003 Community Engagement with Dennis Garreck

October 16th, 2019


Dennis Garreck has over 30 yrs experience working at the local, municipal, and provincial level as a programmer, manager and consultant. Dennis has …

Ep002 Agricultural History with Kevin Aucoin

October 16th, 2019


Kevin Aucoin was born and raised on a small mixed farm in the Codroy Valley, on the west coast of the island of Newfoundland. He was introduced to the 4-H program as a teenager, which lead Kevin to an interest and …

Ep001 Knitting with Christine LeGrow

October 16th, 2019


Christine LeGrow is the owner of Spindrift Handknits. Christine was born and raised here and has a keen interest in the people, places and things that make this island of Newfoundland unique. In this interview, …

Ep156 Fairies, fetches, and blasts!

September 4th, 2019


Have you always wanted to know what a fairy blast is? Do you head to the woods with bread in your pockets? Listen to this podcast to learn more about fairy traditions in Newfoundland. Dale and Terra discuss play audio …

Ep155 Adler's Chocolate Factory, Bay Roberts

September 1st, 2019


Have you ever had a nut king? Do you know what a silver mint is? Did you know chocolate and candy were produced in Bay Roberts in the 1950s? Listen …

Ep128 Introducing The New St. John's Farmer's Market

September 1st, 2019


In this episode, we chat with Ann Connors about the transition from the Lion's Club Chalet to the Market's new home at 245 Freshwater Road. Ann talks about the Market's grand opening, partnerships with the Rabbittown …

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