The evening session for the general public on Monday, May 30 begins at 7 p.m. and will be a couple of hours in length. While reservations are not required, if you plan on attending the public session contact the Beothuk Interpretation Centre to confirm your attendance so they know around how many people to expect.
Chief Joe will also be doing book signings at the school and public events.
The See How Made Program returns for a third season this year. It begins in July with Ed Hann of Loon Bay doing pottery demonstrations on July 1 and 3.
“From then on there will be one-two demonstrations per week every week throughout the summer, with several demonstrations during Natural History Week,” said Ms. LeDrew-Day.
The public is also reminded that Sunday’s there is free admission to Provincial Historic Sites in the province. There are also new season passes available this year that for one cost you can have unlimited visits to Provincial Historic Sites.
As Ms. LeDrew-Day moves into offering a variety of new and continuing programming, she welcomes anyone who may have moose or caribou antler to donate for carving programs to contact her.
The contact information for the Beothuk Interpretation Centre is 656-3114 or email@example.com