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16th Annual Iceberg Festival
Schedule of Events

The 16th Annual Iceberg Festival will run for 10 days, from June 7th-16th, 2024. 

*Please check back regularly for updates.

Bergy bits of various sizes float in the foreground while a large iceberg looms in the background against a blue sky and mossy hills.

Daily, June 7-16, 2024

8:00 am to 5:00 pm  Self Guided Tours

Grenfell Interpretation Centre, St. Anthony

Discover the remarkable story of Sir. Wilfred Grenfell, a famous medical missionary, and social reformer. Learn about his groundbreaking efforts to deliver healthcare, education, and social support to the remote communities in coastal Labrador and northern Newfoundland. Visit his former residence, now known as the Grenfell House Museum, constructed between 1909 and 1910. Then, venture along the Tea House Hill trail, which overlooks St. Anthony. At the summit, you'll find the resting place for Dr. Grenfell, his wife, and other prominent hospital staff. Book/more info: 709-454-4010 or www.grenfell-properties.com 

 

8:30 am to 4:30 pm  Iceberg Hunter Warm-up 

Community Wharf, Great Brehat

Our workshop on the wharf will be open daily during the festival with the woodstove going, music playing and the kettle on for iceberg hunters to come in and warm up while enjoying the view from our newly restored community wharf. It is a short walk from the wharf to the Flat Point Lookout where icebergs come into full view as they pass along! Complimentary coffee & tea. Homemade cookies and exclusive local artwork for purchase. 

9:00 am & 1:00 pm Puffin Tour

Tuckamore Lodge, Main Brook

Enjoy a Puffin Tour with Icebergs, Eiders, and Caribou. Reservations are required. Maximum of 6 persons per tour. Contact 709-865-6361 or toll-free at 1-888-865-6361 to make a reservation or for more information. 

9:00 am, 1:00 pm & 4:00 pm Icebergs, Whales, & Seabird tour

Iceberg Alley Boat Tours, St. Anthony Bight

Enjoy a 2-hour excursion viewing spectacular icebergs, whales, and seabirds while enjoying the tales of a lifelong fisherman. Departing from Yvonne's Cottages in St. Anthony Bight. Private tours are available upon request. Contact 709-454-2076 or 709-454-5342 or email icebergalleyboattours@gmail.com for more information.

9:00 am, 1:00 pm & 4:00 pm – Icebergs, Whales, & Seabird tour

Northland Discovery Boat Tours, St. Anthony

Join our 2.5-hour award winning tour of the scenic St. Anthony coast! Famous for its bounty of icebergs, whales, and diversity of seabirds. An experienced local naturalist will captivate you with a live interpretative program on our natural and cultural heritage. It’s a refreshing blend of nature, education, and Newfoundland hospitality! Located behind the Grenfell Interpretation Centre in St. Anthony. Go to www.discovernorthland.com , Email discovernorthland@darktickle.com , or call 844-999-2374 for info!

9:30 am, 1:00 pm & 4:00 pm Dark Tickle Expeditions

The Dark Tickle Company, St. Lunaire-Griquet

Icebergs, whales, dolphins, seabirds, and a lesson in local history! An innovative interpretation program in the heart of Iceberg Alley. The tip of the Northern Peninsula is one of the best places to see icebergs on the planet. Come aboard as we get you up close and personal!  Includes a free box of scrumptious Iceberg Chocolates! Go to www.darktickle.com , Email info@darktickle.com , or call 844-999- BERG (2374) for info!

10:00 am & 2:00 pm Dark Tickle Tour

The Dark Tickle Company, St. Lunaire-Griquet

The award-winning and world's only wild berry Économusée! WATCH the transformation of wild berries into our various products. LEARN as they are interpreted in their natural habitat along our boardwalk. EXPERIENCE their taste in our art & gift boutique. A guided one-hour tour with the museum-like interpretation of the wild berry processing facility and berry bog. Over 30 native plants are explained. Ask to meet Mihka, a Finnish Lapphund and a dog breed from the Viking era! Learn what makes these dogs unique and well-suited to both the Vikings and current northern life. Call 709-623-2354 or info@darktickle.com for more information. The fee is $5 per person (scrumptious Iceberg Chocolate included)!

3:00 pm  Patio Time

The Daily Catch Restaurant, St. Lunaire-Griquet

Stop by any day or everyday during the festival and join us on our new waterfront patio — try local beer specials along with our famous Calamari or Moose rolls. We are certain you will want to try the Iceberg-Ice infused Affogato Latte. Please email heddersons@nf.aibn.com or call 709-623-2295 for more information.. 

Selfie Challenge  

Post a selfie with anything iceberg related. Ex. The Iceberg Festival logo, a real iceberg, food, art, flag, etc. Make sure to use the hashtag #theicebergfestival24 Please make sure your post is public so we can see it.If you prefer not to post your picture on social media, you can email it to theicebergfestival@gmail.com *The picture must be taken during The Iceberg Festival 2024 and within the festival region*.*One entry per person per day*With each daily selfie you share on Facebook or email to theicebergfestival@gmail.com your name will be entered into a prize draw! If you join the challenge everyday, you’ll have more chances to win!

07

11:30 am  Festival Flag Raising

Grenfell Interpretation Centre, St. Anthony

Join the festival committee as they officially launch the 2024 festival by raising the festival flag. Everyone welcome! Hosted by The Iceberg Festival Committee.

 

12:00 pm  Tunes, Toutons & Tea

Grenfell Interpretation Centre, St. Anthony

Experience a taste of Newfoundland featuring a mouthwatering spread of baked beans and traditional Newfoundland toutons, accompanied by live music performed by Calvin Blake. $20 per person. To secure your reservation, call 709-454-4010 and reserve your spot for a lunchtime feast filled with good food and great music! Reservations can also be made online.

 

12:00-4:00 pm  Teatime & Bake Sale

Ashton House, Roddickton

Tea, coffee, traditional Newfoundland cookies, and biscuits. Guided tours.

2:00-4:00 pm  Rune Reading

Norstead Viking Village, L'Anse aux Meadows

Drop by Norstead and meet our wise women and have your runes read. Runes were used for direction in life, they can also give a little insight on something that may be coming your way or help with a situation you may be dealing with. For more information call 709-623-2828.

5:00 pm-10:00 pm  Wings and Things Variety Basket

Royal Canadian Legion, St. Anthony

Eat in or take out. For more information please call 709-454-2340.

7:00 pm  Kitchen Party

Skipper Hots Lounge, Straitsview

Experience traditional Newfoundland music and become an Honorary Newfoundlander through a Screech-In! Iceberg-themed drinks! Free shuttle to Skipper Hots Lounge for guests at Southwest Pond Cabins. Information: 709-623-2241. Screech-In: $10.

7:00 pm-11:00 pm  Danny Carroll with Max Sexton on Accordion

Royal Canadian Legion, St. Anthony

Admission $10. For more information, please call 709-454-2340.

Friday

09

10:00 am  Guided Walk

Underground Salmon Pool, Roddickton

Join Trevor Pilgrim, a knowledgeable guide and nature enthusiast on a guided walk that combines outdoor adventure, education, and a delightful trailside lunch. $39 per person, fee includes lunch. Tickets available soon.

11:00 am-2:00 pm  Brunch Meal

Royal Canadian Legion, St. Anthony

Eat in or take out. For more information please call (709) 454-2340.

1:00 pm  Tapestry and Tea

French Shore Interpretation Centre, Conche 

Guided Tour of the French Shore Tapestry. Exhibits: The Quest for Cod & French Shore Tapestry. We have 227 feet of amazing history! Fee: $10 per person. Book/more info: 709-622-3500

 

2:00-4:00 pm  Nalbinding Demonstration 

Norstead Viking Village, L'Anse aux Meadows

Nalbinding is a form of single needle knitting. The needles that we use for nalbinding is relatively flat in structure and made from antler, whale bone and sometimes wood. You can create beautiful hats, mittens, or socks. Drop by Norstead to see how it’s done. Free with admission. For more information call 709-623-2828

3:00 pm  Family Giant Stadium Bingo

Polar Centre, St. Anthony

Join us for a round of Giant Stadium Bingo, brought to you in partnership with the Royal Canadian Legion and the Town of St. Anthony! The kitchen will be open, serving a selection of snacks for the bingo players and the public. Bring the whole family along for a fun filled evening. Everyone is welcome, including kids! For more information please call (709) 454-2340. There will also be tickets draws, 50/50 and Royal Canadian Legion products available for purchase.

6:30 pm  An evening of tales!

Café Nymphe, St. Lunaire-Griquet

Sit back and be entertained with stories of fairies, trolls, adventures, and sagas! You'll be sure to enjoy this night out with captivating storyteller Mike Sexton. Please call 709-623-2354 or email info@darktickle.com for reservations. 

7:00 pm  Family Giant Stadium Bingo

Polar Centre, St. Anthony

Join us for a round of Giant Stadium Bingo, brought to you in partnership with the Royal Canadian Legion and the Town of St. Anthony! The kitchen will be open, serving a selection of snacks for the bingo players and the public. Bring the whole family along for a fun filled evening. Everyone is welcome, including kids! For more information please call (709) 454-2340. There will also be tickets draws, 50/50 and Royal Canadian Legion products available for purchase.

Sunday

11

10:00 am-2:00 pm  Rug Hooking Demonstration

Grenfell Interpretation Centre, St. Anthony

Relax and enjoy a cup of tea/coffee and toutons while watching our local artisans hook in the traditional Grenfell Style. You can even try your hand at hooking. $10.00/person. Please call 709-454-4010 for more information, reservations can be made online

2:00-4:00 pm  Rune Reading

Norstead Viking Village, L'Anse aux Meadows

Drop by Norstead and meet our wise women and have your runes read. Runes were used for direction in life, they can also give a little insight on something that may be coming your way or help with a situation you may be dealing with. For more information call 709-623-2828.

7:00 pm  Great Viking Feast

Leifsburdir, St. Anthony

Interactive dining with Vikings in the only sod-covered restaurant in North America. Fun, feuds, and food; a light-hearted look at Viking life. Doors open at 7:00, show starts 7:30. Reservations are required, please call 709-454-4900 for more information. 

Tuesday

13

6:00 pm  Lobster Boil

The Daily Catch Restaurant, St. Lunaire-Griquet

Join us for a classic lobster boil! Enjoy fresh-off-the-boat local lobster (1.25lbs), corn on the cob, potato, and garden salad. This coupled with a specialty Iceberg themed cocktail. Price: $55 per person. Space is limited for this event. Great selection of lattes and ice (Iceberg) coffee made with real espresso. Try our Screech infused latte! Please email heddersons@nf.aibn.com or call 709-623-2295 for more information. 

7:00 pm  Great Viking Feast

Leifsburdir, St. Anthony

Interactive dining with Vikings in the only sod-covered restaurant in North America. Fun, feuds, and food; a light-hearted look at Viking life. Doors open at 7:00, show starts 7:30. Reservations are required, please call 709-454-4900 for more information.

7:00 pm  Brains, Brews, and Bakes

Ragnarock Brewery St. Anthony

Whether you’re a trivia enthusiast, a dessert lover, or a craft beer connoisseur, this event offers something for everyone. Don’t miss out on this unique opportunity to participate in trivia and dessert extravaganza with pastry chef Aaron McInnis, accompanied by a flight of exceptional craft beers. Prepare to test your knowledge, satisfy your sweet tooth, and enjoy a flight of exceptional craft beers, all in one unforgettable event. Tickets can be purchased online. $40 per person. 19+ event.

8:00 pm  Bingo

Royal Canadian Legion, St. Anthony

19+ event. For more information please call 709-454-2340.

Thursday

15

1:30-3:30 pm  Historical Walking Tour of Conche

French Shore Interpretation Centre, Conche  

Fee: $5 per person. Book/more info: 709-622-3500

 

2:00-4:00 pm  Nalbinding Demonstration 

Norstead Viking Village, L'Anse aux Meadows

Nalbinding is a form of single needle knitting. The needles that we use for nalbinding is relatively flat in structure and made from antler, whale bone and sometimes wood. You can create beautiful hats, mittens, or socks. Drop by Norstead to see how it’s done. Free with admission. For more information call 709-623-2828

2:00-3:30 pm  Cupcake Chaos!

Polar Centre, St. Anthony 

Get ready for a delightful afternoon of Cupcake Chaos with Chef Aaron McInnis. Join us for a fun-filled event where children can unleash their creativity and decorate their own cupcakes! Pastry chef Aaron McInnis will guide children through the art of cupcake decorating while Tim Hortons provides the perfect accompaniment with delicious hot chocolate. Door prizes. Kids 8 and under require an adult to stay with them. Tickets are available for purchase online. $10 per person.

4:30 pm - 6:30 pm  Fishcake Supper

Sacred Heart Parish Hall, Conche  

Fishcakes, Beans, Pickles, Bread Bun, Tea or Coffee. Fee: $10 per person. Please call ahead to place your order.  Book/more info: 709-622-3500 or message on French Shore Historical Society Facebook page. 

5:30 pm  The Shantyman's Ball with Sean McCann

Northern Delight Restaurant, Gunners Cove 

Live music with Sean McCann with special opening guests George Smith and Calvin Blake! Click here for more information. 

7:00 pm - 9:00 pm  Kitchen Party

Sacred Heart Parish Hall, Conche  

Lead music by Danny Carroll. Admission Fee: $6 per person. Bar Tickets: $5 each. Book/more info: 709-622-3500

7:00 pm  Iceberg Delights: International Culinary Adventure

Leifsburdir, St. Anthony

Prepare to tantalize your taste buds with an array of globally inspired dishes, each expertly crafted to showcase the diverse flavors and culinary traditions of both local and international cuisines. Prepared by pastry chef Aaron McInnis alongside three talented pastry chefs from Kenya. Purchase tickets here.

 

To add to the excitement, join us for an exciting wine lottery where every ticket is a chance to win! For just $5 per ticket, you could be the lucky winner of a selection of wines. Even if you can’t attend the event, you can still participate by purchasing tickets for a chance to win! Hosted by the Iceberg Festival Committee.

Saturday

08

9:30 am  Painting on Da Point!

Lightkeepers Café, St. Anthony

Rebel Coffeehouse and Lightkeepers Café are partnering to offer a very relaxing and enjoyable morning, starting with a mimosa at Lightkeepers Café at 9:30 am. While enjoying the breathtaking view we will offer a painting session which will be beginner friendly until 12:00 pm.  All supplies and snacks included in ticket price of $50.00. Tickets can be purchased at Rebel Coffeehouse, or phone 709-454-3240 or messaging on Facebook. Limited tickets available.

 

10:00 am  Guided Hike with the GNTA

Cartreau Point Trail, St. Anthony

Come join the Great Northern Trail Association (GNTA) on a guided hike through the route of Cartreau Point Trail ~7km. We will be leaving from the top of the Fishing Point stairs at 10 am. This hike will take 3-4 hours. Please wear appropriate hiking footwear. Bring a snack and water. This event is free. Donations accepted.

1:30 pm-3:00 pm  Small Sea Stitches

French Shore Interpretation Centre, Conche

Create your own piece of embroidered art with a piece of Seaglass. Fee: $10 (material included). Open to ages 7-15 yrs. Weather permitting, this event will be held outdoors. Book/more info: 709-622-3500

2:00-4:00 pm  Viking Games

Norstead Viking Village, L'Anse aux Meadows

Come try your hand at some Viking games such as Koob, slung, nine men mills and axe throwing. Free with admission. For more information call 709-623-2828

4:00 pm  Michael Conway – Magic Show

Polar Centre, St. Anthony

Join us for non-stop entertainment as Illusionist Michael Conway takes the stage!  Hosted by the Town of St. Anthony, this event is packed with laughter, magic, and illusions! Adults: $20; Youth (under 18): $15. Doors open at 3:30pm. Tickets can be purchased on the door only. 

6:00 pm  Fine Dining Meal

Norseman Restaurant, L'Anse aux Meadows 

Five course fine dining meal prepared by Chef Adrian Noordhof. Head Chef & Owner -Adrian | Valhalla B&B/Rentals (valhallabandb.com). Please call or text (709) 689 2126 for more information or to reserve. $85/person, plus tax. Reservations are required, reservation link here Norseman Restaurant | Valhalla B&B/Rentals (valhallabandb.com) 

 

6:00 pm  Kitchen Party

Grenfell Interpretation Centre, St. Anthony

Join us for an authentic Newfoundland kitchen party, where we’ll be serving up a traditional meal featuring fish cakes, homemade cabbage pickles, Toutons, and local jams. Be prepared for a visit from a mummer or two. Live music by Jordan Mugford and Albert Kinsella will keep the party lively. Seating is limited, so reservations are required to secure your spot. For more information please call (709) 454 4010. Reservations can be made online at our website.  Don’t miss out on this unforgettable experience for just $35 per person. 19+ event.

7:00 pm  Hiking with a Viking: The L'Anse aux Meadows Haunted Hike

L'Anse aux Meadows National Historic Site lower parking lot, L'Anse aux Meadows 

Embark on an epic adventure through time and nature with a Viking-inspired hiking experience at L'Anse aux Meadows National Historic Site. Join forces with a knowledgeable guide who embodies the spirit of the ancient Norse explorers as you traverse rugged landscapes and uncover the secrets of Vinland! Prepare to delve into Norse sagas as you explore the eerie landscapes of this ancient settlement. From the remnants of Viking structures to the whispers of ancient sagas carried on the wind, every step reveals a piece of history waiting to be discovered. Channel your inner Viking and forge unforgettable memories amidst the awe-inspiring beauty of L'Anse aux Meadows. Get ready for an unforgettable adventure where history and mystery collide!

 

We’ll gather at the lower parking lot at L’Anse Aux Meadows National Historic Site @7pm. For reservations and information, please contact us vikinghauntedhike@gmail.com or call 709-454-6446.Tickets can be purchased on Eventbrite. Click here to purchase tickets. Don't forget to dress warmly!  Tickets can be picked up at The Viking Shop by 6pm on the day of the event. 

Saturday

10

3:00 pm  Trails, Tales, & Tea Experience

Grenfell Interpretation Centre, St. Anthony

Embark on a 1.5-hour tour with a local historian to discover Newfoundland and Labrador's hidden artistic gem, the Jordi Bonet Murals. Hike Teahouse Hill trail which overlooks St. Anthony. The top of the hill is the burial site for Dr. Grenfell, his wife, and prominent staff. Trek down the hill to the Grenfell House Museum, relax and enjoy a cup of tea/coffee and a tea bun. The participants receive a hand embroidered napkin to take home. Book/more info: 709-454-4010 or www.grenfell-properties.com $50 per person.

7:00 pm  Great Viking Feast

Leifsburdir, St. Anthony

Interactive dining with Vikings in the only sod-covered restaurant in North America. Fun, feuds, and food; a light-hearted look at Viking life. Doors open at 7:00, show starts 7:30. Reservations are required, please call 709-454-4900 for more information.

7:30 pm  Crib Tournament

Royal Canadian Legion, St. Anthony

$5 buy in. Prizes to be won. For more information please call 709-454-2340.

Monday

12

10:00 am-2:00 pm  Iceberg Embroidery Workshop

French Shore Interpretation Centre, Conche

Embroider your own Iceberg! Bring your own lunch! Weather permitting, this event will be held outdoors. Fee: $30 per person, materials included. Book/more info: 709-622-3500

2:00-4:00 pm  Nalbinding Demonstration 

Norstead Viking Village, L'Anse aux Meadows

Nalbinding is a form of single needle knitting. The needles that we use for nalbinding is relatively flat in structure and made from antler, whale bone and sometimes wood. You can create beautiful hats, mittens, or socks. Drop by Norstead to see how it’s done. Free with admission. For more information call 709-623-2828

4:30 pm  Newfie Scoff

Royal Canadian Legion, St. Anthony

Traditional Newfoundland food begins at 4:30pm, live music begins at 5:00pm. Kids are welcome. For more information please call 709-454-2340.

6:00 pm  Live Music

The Daily Catch Restaurant, St. Lunaire-Griquet

Have a great meal and listen to traditional Newfoundland music. During the show there will be local beer and food specials offered.  An evening to relax and enjoy your time. Please email heddersons@nf.aibn.com or call 709-623-2295 for more information.

7:00 pm-8:30 pm  Hands-On Workshop – Piping Techniques     

College of the North Atlantic, St. Anthony

During the class, participants will have the opportunity to interact with Chef Aaron, ask questions, and receive personalized guidance. Admission is $25 per attendee, and this event is suitable for ages 12 and up. Hosted by the Iceberg Festival Committee, advance tickets can be purchased online.Space is limited. 

Wednesday

14

2:00-4:00 pm  Rune Reading

Norstead Viking Village, L'Anse aux Meadows

Drop by Norstead and meet our wise women and have your runes read. Runes were used for direction in life, they can also give a little insight on something that may be coming your way or help with a situation you may be dealing with. For more information call 709-623-2828.

 

4:30 pm  Fish Fry & Hamburger Platters with Onion Rings & Fries

Royal Canadian Legion, St. Anthony

Live music begins at 5:00 pm. Kids are welcome. For more information, please call 709-454-2340.

5:30 pm  The Shantyman's Ball with Sean McCann

Northern Delight Restaurant, Gunners Cove 

Live music with Sean McCann with special opening guests George Smith and Calvin Blake! Click here for more information. 

7:00 pm  Kitchen Party

Skipper Hots Lounge, Straitsview

Experience traditional Newfoundland music and become an Honorary Newfoundlander through a Screech-In! Iceberg-themed drinks! Free shuttle to Skipper Hots Lounge for guests at Southwest Pond Cabins. Information: 709-623-2241. Screech-In $10

7:00 pm  Great Viking Feast

Leifsburdir, St. Anthony
Interactive dining with Vikings in the only sod-covered restaurant in North America. Fun, feuds, and food; a light-hearted look at Viking life. Doors open at 7:00, show starts 7:30. Reservations are required, please call 709-454-4900 for more information.

7:00 pm  Coffee Pairing with desserts

Grenfell Interpretation Centre, St. Anthony

7:00 -9:00 pm  Pop-Up Bakery

Grenfell Interpretation Centre, St. Anthony

Indulge your sweet tooth at our exclusive pop-up bakery featuring delectable desserts crafted by Chef Aaron McInnis, a finalist for the Rising Star Canada award at American Cake Awards 2024. This special recognition celebrates emerging cake artists across North America.  Don’t miss the chance to meet Aaron in person and get your copy of his Happy Belly, The Cake Book signed during the event!

7:00 pm  Hiking with a Viking: The L'Anse aux Meadows Haunted Hike

L'Anse aux Meadows National Historic Site lower parking lot, L'Anse aux Meadows 

Embark on an epic adventure through time and nature with a Viking-inspired hiking experience at L'Anse aux Meadows National Historic Site. Join forces with a knowledgeable guide who embodies the spirit of the ancient Norse explorers as you traverse rugged landscapes and uncover the secrets of Vinland! Prepare to delve into Norse sagas as you explore the eerie landscapes of this ancient settlement. From the remnants of Viking structures to the whispers of ancient sagas carried on the wind, every step reveals a piece of history waiting to be discovered. Channel your inner Viking and forge unforgettable memories amidst the awe-inspiring beauty of L'Anse aux Meadows. Get ready for an unforgettable adventure where history and mystery collide!

 

We’ll gather at the lower parking lot at L’Anse Aux Meadows National Historic Site @7pm. For reservations and information, please contact us vikinghauntedhike@gmail.com or call 709-454-6446. Tickets can be purchased on Eventbrite. Click here to purchase. Don't forget to dress warmly!  Tickets can be picked up at The Viking Shop by 6pm on the day of the event. 

Friday

16

8:00 am-11:00 am  Breakfast/Brunch

Viking RV Park, Quirpon

Drop by and enjoy a traditional Newfoundland brunch. For more information please call 709-623-2425. Menu: 2 eggs, bacon, hash browns, toast, beans, juice, tea/coffee for $12.

2:00-4:00 pm  Viking Games

Norstead Viking Village, L'Anse aux Meadows

Come try your hand at some Viking games such as Koob, slung, nine men mills and axe throwing. Free with admission. For more information call 709-623-2828

4:30 pm  Roast Beef Supper

Royal Canadian Legion, St. Anthony

Eat in or take out. Kids are welcome. For more information please call 709-454-2340.

7:00 pm  Storytelling

Grenfell House Museum, St. Anthony

Join us for an evening of entertainment with live music, listen to stories about the excursions of Dr. Grenfell and his travels along the coast of Northern Newfoundland and Labrador. Hot beverages and a tea bun will be served. Seating is limited so reservations are required. Secure your spot by calling 709-454-4010 or booking online. Fee: $15. Door prize.

7:00 pm  Viking Sagas & Sweets!

L'Anse aux Meadows National Historic Site
Step back in time and experience an evening of sagas told by Vikings at the L'Anse aux Meadows National Historic Site. Gather around as skilled storytellers regale you with tales of exploration, bravery, and adventure. But that’s not all – indulge your taste buds with desserts handcrafted by Chef Aaron McInnis. This unique event promises to be an unforgettable blend of Norse mythology and culinary delights. With space limited for this exclusive after-hours event, reservations are required. Secure your spot for this experience by booking online. Admission is $40 per person. Hosted by the Iceberg Festival Committee.

Sunday

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