We are a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving and promoting the musical, dance, and storytelling traditions of Newfoundland & Labrador. Through our concerts and workshops, we offer the opportunity for people of all ages to attend performances by some of the province’s top artists and learn about our folk arts from experienced instructors.
The mandate of the St. John’s Storytelling Festival is to promote the art and tradition of storytelling in Newfoundland and Labrador and throughout Canada; to foster creative expression of this art; and to promote cooperation among organizations related to the art and tradition of storytelling.
Wool Trends is St. John’s, Newfoundland, only LYS with a variety of products to inspire knitters, crocheters and fibre artists of all ages. Located at 238 Hamilton Avenue.
The Newfoundland Pony is known for its strength, courage, intelligence, obedience, and common sense. Newfoundland Ponies are hard workers and easy keepers and are a breed unique to this province.
The story of the Newfoundland Chocolate Company starts not with chocolate, but oddly enough with clay. You see it was clay that brought the husband and wife team of Brent and Christina together in the first place. It was this mutual love of crafting with their hands that led to the chocolate adventure which is the Newfoundland Chocolate Company story. Today the Company employs over one hundred wonderful, talented and hard-working Newfoundland Chocolate artisans and ambassadors. Today’s Newfoundland Chocolate Company team bring the same pride, passion and love for chocolate and Newfoundland as the company’s founders have since 2008.