May 23 - May 23
Alateen Family Support
Do you worry about someone elses drinking? If so, Al-Anon/Al...
May 23 - May 23
Alcoholics Anonymous
If you want to drink that's your business If you can't stop,...
May 24 - May 24
Blood Donors Needed
There's an immediate need for blood.  Patients need you to ...
May 24 - May 24
3D Design Basics
 3D Design Basics - TinkerCad Workshops - In Person Do you...
May 24 - May 24
The SPCA St. John's will be reopening its SNAP Application o...
May 25 - May 25
PWC Class of 1970 Reunion
Calling all classmates of Prince of Wales High School class ...
May 25 - May 25
MUN Botanical Garden
The Memorial University Botanical Garden is open for the sea...
May 25 - May 25
Senior's Cards and Fellowship
St. Lawrence Portugal Cove ACW Senior's Cards and Fellowship...
May 26 - May 26
Friends of the Library Donations
The Friends of the St. Johns library are having a book sale ...
May 26 - May 26
Weekly Crib Game
Weekly Crib GameContact: Gerard Walsh, 726-3935The Knights o...
May 26 - May 26
AC Hunter Library Chat
AC Hunter Library presents:What's in your stash? Your quilt ...
May 26 - May 26
Narcotics Anonymous
Recovery is what happens at NA meetings.In Narcotics Anonymo...
May 26 - May 26
Harbour Grace Sports Hall Of Fame
The Town of Harbour Grace is accepting nominations for the S...
May 26 - May 26
Send Us Your Community Matters
Coast 101.1 offers Community Matters listings free of charge...
May 26 - May 26
Kirk Lobster Dinner
The 46th Annual Kirk Lobster Dinner!Wednesday, June 8th and ...
May 28 - May 28
Weekly Dances
Royal Canadian Legion Branch 1 ( 57 Blackmarsh Road ) will h...
May 28 - May 28
C.E.I. Club Reunion
Announcing the 1st C.E.I. Club ReunionSaturday, May 28, 2022...
May 28 - May 28
Flea Market
Topsail United Church will be holding a spring flea market o...
May 29 - May 29
Strides for Melanoma
May is Melanoma Awareness Month  and You can Help Raise mon...
May 29 - May 29
Earth Song Spring Concert
Coastal Sounds Choir Association Presents Earth Song Spring ...
May 30 - May 30
Teachers on Wheels
Would you like to volunteer to help another adult learn to r...
May 31 - May 31
Volunteers Needed for Shea Heights Folk Fest
The Shea Heights Community Board is looking for teen and adu...
May 31 - May 31
Take Out Ham Dinner
The Church of the Good Shepherd, Mount Pearl will be holding...
June 1 - June 1
Wills and Estate Virtual Info Session
Wills and Estate Virtual Info Session - Wednesday June 1 @ 6...
June 1 - June 1
CBS Theatre
What happens when a doctor finds himself with his wife, his ...
June 2 - June 2
Friends Of The Library Book Sale
The Friends of the St. Johns library are having a book sale ...
June 4 - June 4
Lobster/Steak Eat in Meal
Topsail United Church Saturday will hold a Lobster/Steak Eat...
June 4 - June 4
Your Rights at Work
Your Rights at Work - In Person Information Session - Saturd...
June 4 - June 5
Janeway Telethon 2022
 Janeway Telethon 2022 The Funds you raise are so importan...
June 4 - June 4
Lobster/Steak Dinner
Topsail United Church  will be hosting a Lobster/Steak eat ...
June 4 - June 4
2022 Trail Raiser Community Hike
The East Coast Trail Association (ECTA) presents the 2022 Tr...
June 6 - June 6
Indigenous Voices Virtual Panel Discussion
Indigenous Voices Virtual Panel Discussion - Monday June 6 @...
June 7 - June 7
Skills for Success Workshops
Skills for Success Workshops - In Person (Tuesdays in June)...
June 7 - June 7
Kirk Lobster Dinner
The 46th Annual Kirk Lobster Dinner!Wednesday, June 8th and ...
June 8 - June 8
Property Protection with the RNC
Property Protection with the RNC - Wednesday June 8 @ 6:30pm...
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Coast 1011 School Information is brought you by the Avalon Mall, Its on! Visit!

Friday, May 20th

Its a PD Day today at the following schools;

Admiral's Academy Brookside Intermediate
Holy Redeemer Elementary
Mount Pearl Senior High
Octagon Pond Elementary
St. Bernard's Elementary
St. John Bosco

Today (May 20th) is the last day to submit nominations for the 2022 Gonzaga Alumnus of Year.

Gonzaga High Schools "Annual Feeder School Food Drive" begins today (May 20th).

Holy Heart of Mary students wishing to participate in this years Relay For Life fundraiser, are asked visit the schools website. (June 2nd)

Holy Spirit High students wanting to play in a co-ed dodgeball tournament, signup sheets are down by the gymnasium. Tournament starts May 25th.

Holy Trinity High is accepting orders for school clothing.

Preorders for the St. Kevins High 2022 Yearbooks are now being taken on their website.

All Waterford Valley High graduating students who plan on attending the School-Leaving ceremony on June 17th must register before May 28th, & dont forget to submit your kindergarten age picture and your grad picture for the Graduate slideshow.

Brother Rice Junior High Yearbooks orders are due by May 27th.

The Macdonald Drive Junior High School Leaving Carnival for Grade 9 students will be held on May 26th. Please return your permission slips and money to the school ASAP.

Send your school information to

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