Port Maitland Heritage Day – July 18, 2015
a Seafest event.
This day is Old Stones major fund raising event for the year, here’s what we have planned so far,:
Prizes include a round trip voyage for two on the Nova Star, including passage for your car and a cabin each way; a framed and signed Bill Curry Photography art work of your choice and 20 pounds of lobster.
Our annual fund raising auction will be held on July 18 at 2pm. The main auction will include items as listed under the tab above “auction”. Items include Adirondack chairs made by George Snow, antique furniture, and a large number of other interesting items.
The brown bag auction is where you buy numbered tickets 20 for $5.00 and place them in the brown bag corresponding with the item you wish to have. At the end of the main auction the winning numbers will be drawn.
For complete descriptions and images of items click here.
Dessert Café – 10 to 4 pm
The day starts with the opening of our Dessert Café from 10 a,m, to 4p.m.or until sold out. We kindly ask for donations of HOMEMADE deserts. If you or someone you know makes the most delicious desert whether it is pies, cakes etc., please encourage them to make a donation. In keeping with our Port Maitland Heritage Day theme, traditional recipes would be nice. No store bought items please.
There will also be a BBQ and Grill from 10 a.m. to 4p.m. with chefs Gerry Curry and Rod Moores. On the menu will be pulled pork sandwiches; sausages, hamburgers, veggie hot dogs and burgers. All of this also taking place at the Port Maitland Fire Hall.All proceeds will go to Old Stones.
Displays – Sea Captains of Port Maitland
A display of heritage items relating to Port Maitland and area will be held at the Legion Hall, Hook and Sea, Bill Curry Photography Gallery and the Fire Hall for three days – Friday, July 17th to Sunday the 19th of July.
The Sea Captains of Port Maitland will be held at the Legion Hall on Friday from 10am to 8pm, Saturday 10 am to 1 pm and 5 to 8 pm and Sunday from 1 to 7pm. On Sunday at 7 pm the display will conclude with Seafaring Tales – stories by people who spent time at sea.