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Great Big Book Sale
The Great Big Book Sale 2017 Now Has Extended Collection T...
March 22 - March 31
Free Income Tax Services
Members of the Association of Chartered Professional Accoun...
March 23 - March 23
Luncheon and Card Game
All Saints Parish, Foxtrap are hosting a Luncheon and C...
March 23 - April 6
Mall Walkers Club
'The Mall Walkers Club If you are 55 and older, and would...
March 23 - March 30
Volunteer Income Tax Program
The Canada Revenue Agencys Community Volunteer Income Tax P...
March 24 - March 24
Special Olympic's Goods bingo
What: Goods bingo in support of Special Olympics St. Jo...
March 25 - March 25
Teachers on Wheels
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March 25 - March 25
Craft Fair
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March 25 - March 25
Flea Market
Heavenly Creatures Flea MarketWHEN: Saturday, Mar. 25th ...
March 25 - March 25
Heritage Tomorrow Forum
Attention individuals between the ages of 18-35!   ...
March 25 - March 25
Craft Fair
A craft fair in aid of the St. John's Walk of Hope for Ovari...
March 26 - March 26
Legion Market
Legion Market on 930 The Boulevard happening every Sunday f...
March 26 - March 26
Apothecary Hall Open House
The Newfoundland and Labrador Pharmacy Board will host ...
March 26 - March 26
Retro Goods Bingo
Waterford Valley High is holding a Retro Goods Bingo, ...
March 26 - March 26
Hurry Up Spring
Hurry Up Spring! Kids Club Program for March at The Sunco...
March 27 - March 27
Fluvariums Parents and Tot Program
Froglets The Fluvariums Parents and Tot Program Th...
March 28 - April 11
Lenten Reflection services
Wesley United Church will hold Lenten Reflection services o...
March 28 - March 28
Department of Psychology Public Lecture
The Department of Psychology will host a public lecture ...
March 28 - March 28
Crib Game
The weekly crib game in support of local Special Olympics c...
March 29 - March 29
Employment
 Are you a single parent on Income Support and looking...
March 30 - April 27
Pianofest 2017
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March 31 - March 31
Hospital Auxiliary Anniversary
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March 31 - March 31
CALL FOR LIVES LIVED SEGMENT
Each year ArtsNL prepares a video montage segment called...
April 1 - April 1
Easter Craft and Gift Sale
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April 2 - April 2
Maple Syrup Festival
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April 4 - April 4
Newfoundland Horticultural Society meeting
There is something for everyone at the next Newfoundland...
April 6 - April 6
Retired Citizens Assoc. Meeting
Extraordinary Meeting of St John's Retired Citizens Associa...
April 8 - April 8
Easter Afternoon Tea
The Ladies of the Sabre of the St John's Shrine Club will...
April 8 - April 8
Breakfast with The Easter Bunny
Topsail United Church Men's Club Breakfast with The Eas...
April 9 - April 9
Turkey Dinner
Wesley United Church will be holding a turkey dinner wi...
April 15 - April 15
Easter Family Fun Day
Easter Family Fun Day at The Fluvarium A special East...
April 18 - April 20
Spring Nature and Art Camp
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April 19 - April 19
Fly Fishing Course
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April 21 - April 21
eukemia & Lymphoma Society Free Education Event
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April 22 - April 22
Earth Day Fair at the Fluvarium
Earth Day Fair at the Fluvarium April 22 12pm-4:30pm...
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Coast 1011 School Information


For the Avalon Mall, where choice is everything. Visit shopavalonmall.com.


Wednesday, March 22nd, 2017



It's a PD Day at St. Bernard's Elementary.


Bishop Feild Elementary are having their first ever book swap today at the school.


MacDonald Drive Junior High will have an early dismissal tomorrow (March 23rd) at 11:21 due to parent-teacher interviews.


Graduating students at Waterford Valley High are reminded to get their Grad Profiles and ballots passed in to Mr. Bob Smith ASAP.


All students at Virginia Park Elementary will be attending the production of Wizard of Oz at Holy Heart Theater on March 30. There will be a $5 cost to students, including transportation. Permission forms need to be turned in.


Send your school information to onair@coast1011.
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Eligibility:
-Coast 101.1 contests are open to individuals that hold permanent residence in the province of Newfoundland And Labrador and are within the terrestrial broadcast contour of CKSJ-FM
-Those ineligible are:
--Coast Broadcasting Ltd. employees, those having left the employment of Coast Broadcasting Ltd within the past 2 years from the date of the contest period closing, persons that reside in the same household as Coast Broadcasting Ltd. employees and former employees, and immediate family members of Coast Broadcasting Ltd. employees and former employees.
--Coast Prize Sponsors for the contest, sponsor employees, persons that reside in the same household as Coast Prize Sponsor employees and immediate family members of Coast Prize sponsor employees.
--Individuals that reside outside of the CKSJ-FM terrestrial broadcast contour (ie. Those listening from a geographic distance through internet streaming).
--Those having previously participated in the Break The Bank Contest between February 27, 2017 and April 21, 2017.  Only one Break The Bank contest play per person if a prize is won or not.
-Contest participants must be 14 years of age or older.
--Prizes won by minors may be required to be distributed to a legal guardian as/if required by law.

Contest Period:
-Contest is open from February 27, 2017 to April 21, 2017 OR at a time when the available prizes have been exhausted
-Contest will air 3 times per day Monday Friday at 7:20am, 12:20pm, and 4:20pm Newfoundland Time AND/OR subsequent times broadcast on Coast 101.1.

Contest Participation:
-Those that choose to participate in a Coast contest will participate in a live or taped to live contest play via telephone at a time broadcast on Coast 101.1.  No purchase is necessary
-An eligible contest participant is randomly selected in the method described for that contest occasion
-Should a be caller # contest be played, the selection of the participant is to be considered a random selection of those that choose to phone.  There is no skill required.
-When prompted over the air to do so, the participant must personally place the phone call to 754-1011, proxy will not be accepted and any misrepresentation will violate the participants eligibility.
--Consideration will be given to a participants use of a proxy sitting directly with the participant in the case of a participant being unable to respond verbally due to a physical impediment.
-Having successfully been chosen for participation, the contest participant will be asked reveal prizes that are contained behind virtual vault doors.  The participant can continue to open vaults to reveal prizes until they reach the vault alarm.  If the participant chooses to stop selecting vaults with a prize revealed, the participant becomes eligible to win that prize and the selection process ends. If the participant reveals the vault alarm at anytime during vault selection, the participant will lose any prize revealed and the selection process ends.

Prizes:
-Contest participants will be eligible to win the prize specified behind the last vault revealed before choosing to stop
-The maximum cash prize for an individual winner will be $10,000
-A maximum of $25,000 in cash prizes will be available during the contest period.  Coast Broadcasting Ltd reserves the right to discontinue the contest when, or before, the maximum cash prize amount is reached
-A skill testing question will be posed where required by law

Other Items:
-Coast Contest participants agree to the following:
--An understanding that they are participating in a radio contest which will involve their verbal responses broadcast over public airwaves
--Their name, general area of residence, voice (recorded or live), and likeness may be used by Coast Broadcasting Ltd and Coast Contest Sponsors in promotional material surrounding the contest
--All prizes are to be accepted as awarded and are not transferable without the express permission of Coast Broadcasting Ltd and/or Coast Contest Sponsors
--Coast Broadcasting Ltd is not responsible for technical errors during the execution of a Coast Contest
--Any restitution due to a technical error is at the sole discretion of Coast Broadcasting Ltd and Coast Break The Bank Sponsors


Coast 101.1 General Contest Rules And Regulations

Eligibility:
-Coast 101.1 contests are open to individuals that hold permanent residence in the province of Newfoundland And Labrador and are within the terrestrial broadcast contour of CKSJ-FM at 101.1 MHz.
-Those ineligible are:
-Coast Broadcasting Ltd. employees, persons that reside in the same household as Coast Broadcasting Ltd. employees, and immediate family members of Coast Broadcasting Ltd. employees.
-Coast Prize Sponsors for the contest, sponsor employees, persons that reside in the same household as Coast Prize Sponsor employees, and immediate family members of Coast Prize sponsor employees.
-Individuals that reside outside of the CKSJ-FM terrestrial broadcast contour (ie. Those listening from a geographical distance through internet streaming).
-Those having previously won a prize, and those residing in the same household of a prize winner, in the past 30 days.
-Only one Coast Prize winner per household every 30 days
-Contest participants under the age of 18 may require to have a prize won awarded in the name of a legal guardian.
-Note for some prizes, a requirement of the participant being 19 or older will be confirmed during the contest play.

Contest Participation:
-Those that choose to participate in a Coast contest will participate in a live or taped to live contest play.
-An eligible contest participant is randomly selected in the method described for that contest.
-Should a be caller # contest be played, the selection of the participant is to be considered a random selection of those that choose to phone.  There is no skill required.
-The participant must personally place the phone call, proxy will not be accepted and any misrepresentation will violate the participants eligibility.
-On fulfilling the eligibility requirements, the Coast Contest participant will be awarded the prize

Prizes:
-All prizes are issued in the participants name and are required to be claimed in person at the Coast 101.1 offices within 30 days of winning.
-All prizes must be claimed in person at the offices of Coast 101.1 with proper identification to confirm contest eligibility.  Upon confirmation of eligibility, the prize will be presented to the winner.
-To ensure proper identification of winners, we are unable to mail prizes.
-Prizes not claimed within 30 days are to be considered forfeited by the prize winner.
-Those found ineligible after the fact while claiming a prize in person may not receive their prize.

Other Items:
-Coast Contest participants agree to the following:
-An understanding that they are participating in a radio contest which will involve their verbal responses broadcast over public airwaves
-Their name, general area of residence, voice (recorded or live), and likeness may be used by Coast Broadcasting Ltd and Coast Contest Sponsors in promotional material surrounding the contest
-All prizes are to be accepted as awarded and are not transferable without the express permission of Coast Broadcasting Ltd and/or Coast Contest Sponsors
-Coast Broadcasting Ltd is not responsible for technical errors during the execution of a Coast Contest
-Any restitution due to a technical error is at the sole discretion of Coast Broadcasting Ltd and Coast Contest Sponsors

Coast 101.1 Privacy & Anti-Spam Policy

Coast 101.1 will occasionally ask personal information from our listeners for the purposes of participation in radio station and radio station client promotions and for identification in claiming prizes.  All information is held for the exclusive use of Coast 101.1 and sponsors.  By providing a valid email address for a contest entry though www.coast1011.com, you are granting permission to be contacted via email by Coast Broadcasting Ltd and/or a sponsor of the contest being offered.  If after the first email contact you wish your information from our database, please contact Operations Manager Allan Gidyk at allang@coast1011.com




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Send your cancellations to onair@coast1011.com


Coast Precision Weather

Snow squall watch in effect

Monday - snow showers or flurries, 1-3cm, high -2

Monday night - cloudy with flurries, low -5


Provincial

- Workplace NL delaying opening until 10am Monday

- All government offices delaying opening until 10am Monday


Municipal

- All residents asked to conserve water because of problems at the Bay Bulls Big Pond Treatment plant

- Paradise after school program not available Monday

- Mount Pearl city hall opening at 9:30 Monday

- St. John's city all opening at 9:30


Business & Other

- Murphy centre at the College of North Atlantic on Prince Philip Drive closed Monday

-CUPE Local 879 will be cancelling their general membership meeting tonight March 20th. It will be rescheduled at a later date.

- The Autism Society of NL at the Elaine Dobbin Centre and the Pantry is closed March 20th, all programming is cancelled for today.



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