Take home a piece of tradition and artistry from Canada's longest continuous quilting guild. Beautifully displayed, hand crafted and island made! The Women of the St. Anne's Quilting Guild have some amazing talents as well as nimble fingers. These ladies show us what perfection is with a sewing needle as well as traditional ways of building quality with love. Located in the Historic St. Anne's Anglican Church. Admission is free.
11AM TO 4PM
FRIDAY, AUGUST 2ND
SATURDAY, AUGUST 3RD
HERRING COVE: GOLF SHOP
Susan Cline: Photo Exhibit of island locations
THE PORCH AT FRIARS BAY
Jessica Cline: Photo Exhibit of Setting Day at Head Harbour 2018
Frank Ferguson Presents during the week of Fest.
YOUTH ART WORKSHOP
Instructed by Violet Morton, there is space for 30 students.
Location: Herring Cove Campground Gazebo
Friday, August 2nd at 10:30am
NIKKI'S ISLAND CONVENIENCE
Summer Sky McEachreon: Summer is a young artist who works in watercolour, doing landscape pieces as well as portraits.
THE OWEN HOUSE GALLERY
Joyce Morrell is Campobello Island's resident artist. She has a collection worth viewing every day of the year... not just during fest.
Various artists present their work in the former Tea Room located in the historic home. Joyce Morrell, Deanna Baldwin, Art MacKay, Linda Brown and Ann M Oliver-Nickerson will be presenting.
NOON TO 5PM: AUGUST 1ST, 2ND AND 3RD.
View the original photographs, notes and drafts of Campobello: Roosevelt's "Beloved Island" written by Stephen O. Muskie. These gems were uncovered and are now available for a brief time at our Library.
Brian Flynn generously donated a photo display to the Roosevelt Campobello International Park
cool guide of things to do
A NATURAL SPRING WELL WHOSE WATERS COMPEL DRINKERS TO RETURN TO THE ISLAND, MARTHA STEWART-ENDORSED FISH N'CHIPS, A SECRET BEACH FOR SAND DOLLARS, A HARD-TO-FIND SCULPTURE THAT STRETCHES ACROSS THE NORTH AMERICAN CONTINENT, FREE COOKIES, AND THE WORLD'S MOST ABSURD BAR: FIND OFF-THE-BEATEN-PATH INFO HERE.
Make a list. Check it twice.
The Island Way
1. Build a driftwood fire on the beach at Southern Head and cook your supper.
2. Go fishing off Jackson's Wharf.
3. Drink water at the Barrel Well. Legend has it that you will always return to the island.
4. See the whales.
5. Hike the Roosevelt Park lands and the Fog Forest.
6. Golf - 30% off for Fogfesters, Friday-Sunday.
7. Get free cookies at Tea with Eleanor.
8. Pick up take-out fish and chips at Family Fisheries and eat them at Mill Cove.
9. Visit one of the world's most photographed lighthouses, Head Harbour Light (at low tide).
10. Go sand dollar hunting at Lower Duck Pond.
11. Ocean kayak on the island or in Cobscook Bay.
12. Bring your bicycle and take the ferry to Deer Island for the day. Camp on Deer Island Point.
13. Find beach glass.
14. Cook your own lobster at Island Cruises.
15. Check out the view from the lookout at Friar's Head.