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Communities Supporting Communities

The South West Coast of Newfoundland and Labrador are dealing with the terrible effects of Hurricane Fiona. Areas are devastated and communities are in shock. Our Mayor Justin Blackler, having lived and raised his family in the area, has very close ties to the communities affected. He and his family are reaching out to anyone who would like to help. Donations of clothes, cleaning supplies, pet supplies, personal hygiene, etc. can be dropped off to their home at 12 Woods Street, Twillingate. There are bins in the garage. These items will be transported to the west coast later in the week.
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Unscripted Twillingate Digital Arts Festival

2022 Festival Schedule Published – Tickets On Sale Now Tickets are now on sale for the 2022 Unscripted Twillingate Digital Arts Festival. This year’s event offers a lineup of presenters, including legendary comedian and actor Greg Malone, filmmaker and digital storyteller Roger Maunder, interdisciplinary designer and educator James March, and award-winning photographer Ting Ting Chen. The festival spans four days, from Thursday, September 15 to Sunday, September 18, 2022. Unscripted Twillingate: Digital Arts Festival | (unscriptedfestival.com)
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Town Council Meeting – September 7th

September’s Council Meeting will be held Wednesday, September 7th, at 6:00 pm. Anyone wishing to submit an item to Council, must do so by Wednesday, August 31st, 5:00pm.
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Temporary Closure of ER Services and Virtual ER at Notre Dame Bay Health Centre

https://www.centralhealth.nl.ca/news-and-advisories Temporary Closure of Emergency Services and Virtual ER at Notre Dame Bay Memorial Health Centre July 1, 2022 Central Health is currently experiencing a temporary human resource challenge at Notre Dame Bay Memorial Health Centre in Twillingate. This shortage will be supported by a temporary closure of ER Services and Virtual ER. TEMPORARY CLOSURE OF ER SERVICES at NDBMHC A temporary closure of emergency services will take place on: Friday, July 1 until Monday, July 4th 8:00am. Residents requiring emergency services during this this time are advised to call 911 or proceed to the nearest emergency room at James Paton Memorial Regional Health Centre (JPMRHC) in Gander where they will be seen. VIRTUAL ER at NDBMHC On-site emergency services will be supported through Virtual ER assessment on the following date and times: Friday, July 1 until Monday, July 4th 8:00am. During this time, residents can come to the ER…
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Canada Day Activities!

Canada Day Breakfast – 8am – 12pm. Join us at Central United Church (91 Main Street) for pancakes, sausages, toast, & tea/coffee/juice. $10 Adult/$7 Child. Hosted by Twillingate Town Council & Volunteers. Canada Day Fun/Parade – 2pm. Join us as we celebrate our wonderful country with Canada Day Fun and a Parade around the block! Meet at the playground (Rink Road). Decorate your bikes, strollers, or wagons with a Canada Day festive theme! Canada Day cupcakes will be served. Wear your red and white or any Canada gear! Canada Day Bonfire – 8:30pm. Join us at Back Harbour Beach for a Canada Day Bonfire. Bring a lawn chair or blanket and enjoy the night. Fireworks Celebration – At Dusk. Join us as we close out our Canada Day Celebration with our Fireworks Display. Fireworks will be put off in Back Harbour. Hosted by the Town of Twillingate.
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Canada Day Breakfast!

Join us at Central United Church for breakfast to Celebrate Canada’s 155th birthday! This pancake, sausage, toast, & juice/tea/coffee breakfast is $10 per Adult and $7 per Child. Hours: 8am – 12pm. Hosted by the Twillingate Town Council and volunteers! Happy Birthday Canada!!! When: Friday, July 1st, 8:00am – 12:00pm Location: Central United Church, 91 Main Street, Twillingate Cost: $7.00 child; $10.00 adult Hosted by: Twillingate Town Council & Volunteers
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Please be advised…

Since Wednesday, June 22, 2022, the Town Office has been experiencing technical issues with sending and receiving emails. As a result, time sensitive emails may or may not have been received. We will advise as soon as this matter is resolved and we apologize for any inconvenience caused.
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Changes in Curb Side Collection for Friday, July 1st, 2022

Central Newfoundland Waste Management (CNWM) would like to notify the public of the following changes in curb side collection for Friday, July 1st, 2022: Collection for Twillingate on Friday, July 1st, 2022, will be picked up on Thursday, June 30th, 2022.
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Flushing of Lines

Residents are advised that water mains will be flushed as follows: – Hospital Lane to & including Durrell – Monday, June 20th & Tuesday, June 21st. – Hospital Lane to & including Wild Cove – Wednesday, June 22nd & Thursday, June 23rd. – Rink Road to and including Bayview – Friday, June 24th.  Discolored water and/or loss in water pressure may be experienced during the flushing period.  Council apologizes for any inconvenience caused.
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Long Term Rentals Initiative

Hello there! We are looking for all available information on “Long Term Rentals” in the Twillingate/NWI area. We are attempting to set up a document that will give potential renters the options in the local market in terms of long term lodgings. If you are interested please click the below link. https://forms.gle/ncdxg9D9Fqa3E9WKA
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