Photo: Henry Charles Burgess (1922-1995) standing in Burgess Lane with a cow that provided milk and butter. Courtesy Burgess Family.
Wednesday, October 26, 2022
Wednesday, June 15, 2022
- Historic Paint Colours
- Placentia Area Historical Society's birthday
- Funding approved for craft at risk mentorships
- The Story of the First Trans-Atlantic Telegraph Cable
- Heart and Hand LOL (Loyal Orange Lodge) #9 in Green’s Harbour
- Jenkins House in Twillingate, and
- St. Paul’s Anglican Church, Trinity, Trinity Bay
Tuesday, March 1, 2022
In the March 2022 Heritage Update: Heritage NL designates four properties as Registered Heritage Structures; Outport Girls and Women in Domestic Service to be recognized as Exceptional People from the Past; the hunt for a mill basket maker; Ice Cutting and Salmon Fishing; and the New Perlican Scanning and Technology Party!
Thursday, September 16, 2021
In this edition of the Heritage Update newsletter: our new intern Sarah Roberts brings you up to date on our Digital Museums of Canada project tracking the history and evolution of root cellars in the province; Michael Philpott shares a summary of the research we've been doing on St. George's Anglican Church in Brigus; Lara Maynard has a report on our workshops and training program; Andrea O'Brien documents the work we've been doing with the Town of Fortune to reimagine a purpose for the old Victoria Hall Masonic Lodge #1378; Terra Barrett visits with Rita Fitzgerald in North River (photo above) and reminisces about life on the Labrador; while Dale Jarvis fanboys about a historic potato.
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Friday, April 24, 2020
In this edition of the Heritage Update, Jerry Dick discusses Post-COVID-19 and Economic Stimulus – An Opportunity for Heritage; Michael Philpott introduces the new heritage designations; Dale Jarvis takes you on a virtual heritage tour of historic Bay Roberts neighbourhoods; and Andrea O'Brien gives an update on what's happening during the pandemic shutdowns.
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Friday, November 29, 2019
In this edition of the Heritage Update Newsletter: Executive Director Jerry Dick on good design, and the heritage of ruins; Michael Philpott on bringing heritage trades education to NL; our Memory Mug Up returns to Marjorie Mews Library for Christmas; and the Heart's Delight-Islington Christmas carolers will visit The Rooms in St. John's.
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Tuesday, December 12, 2017
|PF-357.0072 Richard Stoker Slide Collection 26 July 1960|
In the September-December issue of the Heritage Update: a look at the Romanesque churches of Bishop Ronald MacDonald; two generations of memories from downtown St. John's collected as part of the Collective Memories program; notes on the Pilley's Island United Church graveyard; an invitation to the Basic Folklore and Oral History course we'll be running in January; the Booklet Launch of "Down in the Sands: Boyhood Memories of Salmon Cove"; our 13th Annual Heritage Places Poster Contest; notes on a birch broom made by Nigola “Nickly” Jeddore, of Conne River; Czech gingerbread for St. Nicolas Day; and an invite to learn cross stitching!
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Thursday, June 1, 2017
In this month's Heritage Update:
- The Oral History Roadshow is hitting the streets;
- Digitization of the 35mm slide collection from the Portugal Cove-St. Philip’s Archives;
- Commemorating the St. John’s Great Fire of 1892;
- The Goats of New Perlican;
- A call for Modern memories;
- Hooked rugs in Cupids;
- Recognizing the Legacy of World War Two on Our Province’s Built Landscape; and,
- Finding the profit in heritage.
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standing in front of a yellow house, July 4th, 1962.
Allen and Pearl Squires Fonds (028) courtesy of the
Portugal Cove-St. Philip’s Archives.
Tuesday, February 21, 2017
In this edition of the Heritage Update, we celebrate Heritage Week by focussing on the special role that municipalities have to play in safeguarding the heritage of Newfoundland and Labrador.
- What Municipal Governments Can Do To Foster Their Heritage Resources;
- Documenting and Digitizing Intangible Cultural Heritage in Municipalities;
- Municipal Stewardship of Heritage Structures;
- Designating Municipal Heritage Sites; and,
- How Towns Can Run a "Memory Mug Up" Event
Wednesday, November 2, 2016
In this month's edition of the Heritage Update, we explore the value and meaning of heritage places, look at photogrammetry as a tool for recording buildings, document the legacy of the merchants of Windsor in Central Newfoundland, take a peek at the Methodist Central School in Bonavista, announce the 12th Annual Heritage Places Poster Contest, and share the story of the Melita Hynes’ House in Harbour Breton. We also want your input on rethinking Heritage Foundation NL’s programs and services.
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photo: Melita Hynes’ House in Harbour Breton, courtesy Doug Wells.
Wednesday, August 10, 2016
|The Livyer's Log|
In this edition of The Livyer’s Log, there are articles on practical things such as: how to approach the hiring of a contractor for heritage preservation work; building tips; and how to make heritage properties more energy efficient. As well, we examine the importance of heritage designation and how to navigate grants that are available to heritage properties.
This first edition was created and edited by Celeste Billung-Meyer a summer intern with the Heritage Foundation of Newfoundland and Labrador. Although Celeste is finishing her position shortly she worked tirelessly to bring this newsletter to fruition!
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If you would like more information about Heritage Designation please contact our Built Heritage Officer Micahel Philpott at firstname.lastname@example.org or 1-888-739-1892 ext. 3.
Jerry Dick, Andrea O’Brien, Michael Philpott, Celeste Billung-Meyer, Dale Jarvis.