Harbour Days in Masset this weekend

  • May. 17, 2006 2:00 p.m.

Harbour Days is all set to go in Masset this weekend, with a long list of events starting Friday and ending Monday. Full details in the Observer and below. Enjoy!
Friday-May 19th

¬till Noon Chainsaw Carving Registration, Village Office Friday
2 pm-6 pm Chainsaw Carving-@ the Info Centre
6 pm- Baseball Tournament @ the Sports Field
8 pm- Doors Open-Palliative Care/Firemen’s Dance HB Phillips Community Hall
9 pm-Dance starts-Band “Honey Brown” Tickets $10 Advance Sales Only
7 pm- Maritime Museum-GM Dawson W. McIntyre’s Photography Class “Light & shadow” Show & Ms Kestle’s Projects Class “Role Model Interviews” with Photography by Jason Shafto

Saturday-May 20th

8 am-10 am Masset-Haida Lions Pancake Breakfast @ the Firehall
8 am-1 pm Kids Fishing Derby-Register @ Credit Union any day/time before Derby start. ages up to 12 years old. Bring your own Life Jacket. NO JACKET-
NO FISHING.All kids must be accompanied by an adult- NO EXCEPTIONS.Derby on Main St Dock.
830 am- Sanctuary Song Bird Walk-Meet at the Stewart Tower on Tow Hill Road
9 am-6 pm- Chainsaw Carving @ the Info Centre
11 am-4 pm- Firemen’s Hamburger Café @ the Firehall
11 am- Baseball Tournament @ the Sports Field
11 am-4 pm Children’s Games @ the Sports Field
11 am-4 pm Flea Market in the HB Phillips Community Hall
Noon- Soap Box Derby-Starts in front of the Village Office
2 pm-4 pm- Dunk Tank-Village Office area
2 pm-4 pm- Maritime Museum-Same Show as on the Friday listing above
2 pm-5 pm- Motorcycle Rides- Firehall area
4 pm- Dog Show-Roller Rink
8 pm-10 pm Roller Hockey Tournament-John Lalonde Roller rink

Sunday-May 21st

8 am-10 am Masset-Haida Lions Pancake Breakfast @ the Firehall
9 am- Triathlon Registration @ the Rec Centre
9 am-6 pm- Chainsaw Carving @ the Info Centre
930 am- Swimming Pool portion starts
10 am- Race portion starts
11 am- Baseball Tournament @ the Sports Field
11 am-4 pm-Firemen’s Hamburger Café @ the Firehall
11 am-4 pm- Children’s Games @ the Sports Field
11 am-4 pm- Flea Market in the HB Phillips Community Hall
1 pm – Parade-Line up at usual location. Same route as last year
2 pm-4 pm- Bike Rodeo-RCMP Detachment area
2 pm-4 pm- Child “ID” Program on same time & place as the Bike Rodeo
2 pm-4 pm- Maritime Museum-same show as on the Friday listing above
2 pm-430 pm RCMP Open House
2 pm-5 pm- Motorcycle Rides-Firehall area
3 pm- Dedication of new Coast Guard Auxiliary Vessel-New small vessel marina
5 pm-7 pm- St. Paul’s Beef BBQ Dinner Downstairs in the Green Church
8 pm-10 pm- Roller Hockey Tournament-John Lalonde Roller Rink
11 pm- FIREWORKS WILL BE HELD AT THE AIRPORT THIS YEAR- LOTS OF PARKING. If you know someone who doesn’t have transportation-Please offer them a ride

MONDAY-MAY 22nd

9 am-Noon- Chainsaw Carving @ the Info Centre
11 am-Dedication of RCMP New Vessel- Old Massett Band Office area
Noon-2 pm Chainsaw Judging
Haida-Gwaii Rediscovery $5000 Bingo @ the Howard Phillips
Community Hall – Doors Open at Noon-Games start at 1 pm

Purchase a passport for a Loonie & you could win $200. The passports and Instructions will be available at the “Passport Office” in the Fire Hall on Saturday 20th & Sunday 21st from 9 am to 5 pm and must be turned into the Passport Office no later than 5 pm on May 21st. $200 to be drawn for each local area: 637, 559, 557 & 626. Instructions provided at time of registration.

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