Past Events

Take a look at what we've been up to!!

(and don't forget to head over to our Upcoming Events Page)
AHOI Fundraiser

Enjoy an evening of fine food, entertainment, and a chance to win many fantastic prizes - all for a worthwhile cause!

Taste of Gros Morne is hosting a silent auction and dinner event, with musical guest, Mike MacDonald! All funds raised go towards protecting the long-term health of our ocean and the communities so closely tied to it. 

 

 This fundraising event is happening in beautiful Gros Morne.

Tickets are $50 each. There are also special room rates

at the Inn of $119/night.

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Your attendance and donation supports AHOI programs

and long-lasting benefits to our oceans and coastal region!

 

A fun night out for an amazing cause - what more

could you ask for! 

Beach Cleanup

We hope you will help support the health of our ocean and coastal communities by helping to clean our coastlines! 

 

This event will run from 10:00am - 12:00 pm, along the waterfront behind the Granite Coffee House on Cox's Lane.

 

Parking is limited in the waterfront area of Woody Point. If you have trouble parking near the cleanup, there is a parking lot on Roberts Road, adjacent to the John William Roberts Heritage House on Water Street.

Many thanks to Gros Morne Coffee Roasters for providing their delicious coffee, and the Town of Woody Point for its support!

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Drinking water, gloves and cleanup supplies are provided. Make sure you bring your own refillable drinking bottle and wear closed-toe shoes and appropriate clothing for the weather!

Beach Cleanup

Our beach cleanup in Rocky Harbour is going ahead on Sunday, August 8!

 

Join us and our partners for some good deeds, fresh locally roasted coffee, delicious pizza and beautiful views.

By cleaning our coastlines, we're supporting the health of the ocean and the coastal communities that are tied to it. 

Many thanks to Gros Morne Coffee Roasters for providing their delicious coffee, and to the Town of Rocky Harbour for the pizza and for its support!

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Drinking water, gloves and cleanup supplies are provided. Make sure you bring your own refillable drinking bottle and wear closed-toe shoes and appropriate clothing for the weather!

Beach Cleanup

Join us and our  partners to help clean the beach in one of our beautiful coastal communities.

By cleaning our coastlines, we're supporting the health of the ocean, and the coastal communities that are tied so closely to it. 

 

The event time is determined by the tides that day. Please check back closer to the date, for the event time.

 

Many thanks to Gros Morne Coffee Roasters for providing their delicious coffee, and to the Town of Cow Head for its support!

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Drinking water, gloves and cleanup supplies are provided. Make sure you bring your own refillable drinking bottle and wear closed-toe shoes and appropriate clothing for the weather!

Beach Cleanup

We will meet at the Birchy Head Recreation Center (across from Pikes) - NOT Water’s Edge due to work being done on the parking lot.

 

We will begin our clean-up behind Pike's Service Station. We will make our way towards Water's Edge. 

By cleaning our coastlines, we're supporting the health of the ocean, and the coastal communities that are tied so closely to it. 

Join us and our  partners to help keep this beach and coastal community clean and beautiful.

 

Many thanks to Gros Morne Coffee Roasters for providing their delicious coffee, and to the Town of GBS for its support.

Looking forward to seeing you all there!

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Drinking water, gloves and cleanup supplies are provided. Make sure you bring your own refillable drinking bottle and wear closed-toe shoes and appropriate clothing for the weather!

Beach Cleanup & Salmon Talk

By cleaning our coastlines, we're supporting the health of coastal communities, the ocean, and the salmon that return to the area to spawn.

 

Join us and our  partners at Parks Canada to help clean the beach and learn about the salmon conservation efforts in our region!

Wild Atlantic salmon are an iconic Canadian species. Across the Atlantic region, Parks Canada has been dedicated to salmon recovery actions for decades. The occurrence of salmon within Atlantic parks reflects the commitment to protecting and maintaining the ecological integrity of our treasured places.

 

Many thanks to our partners and the Town of Trout River for its support!

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Drinking water, gloves and cleanup supplies are provided. Make sure you bring your own refillable drinking bottle and wear closed-toe shoes and appropriate clothing for the weather!

Sunset SUP Tour!

We're teaming up with these awesome

businesses for a special FriYAY paddle!

Come catch a beautiful sunset view while enjoying our little part of the ocean!

You can rent a board for $30 + tax, or bring your own with a small donation to AHOI's Oceans Program!

Connect with Natalie to book your spot. Rentals are limited so sign up soon!

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This is just ONE of our awesome events planned to celebrate World Ocean Day. Head on over to our World Ocean Day page for more!

Beach Cleanup

Join us and our proud partners, Parks Canada - Gros Morne National Park, and the Gros Morne Cooperating Association, to help us reach our goal of "becoming plastic waste free in Gros Morne". 

We're kicking off our new 3-year partnership with a community beach cleanup! This event is registered with the Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup!

 

Come out for the good deed, and stay for the great views, comradery and coffee!

Many Thanks to Gros Morne Coffee Roasters for generously donating coffee for the event! Also to the Town of Norris Point for its support!

 

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Water, gloves and cleanup supplies are provided. Make sure you bring your own refillable drinking bottle and wear closed-toe shoes and appropriate clothing for the weather!

Beach Cleanup & Bird Break

A cleaner beach not only has benefits for marine species, but also those that live in coastal areas.  With the snow melted and summer on its way, many of our feathered friends - some of whom nest in the salt marshes and beaches - are returning from their winter vacations in warmer climates. 

 

Join us for a beach clean up and a chance to learn about the birds in our area from our friends at Parks Canada! While you're at it, enjoy a  coffee, compliments of Gros Morne Coffee Roasters! 

 

Many thanks to our partners and the Town of St. Paul's for its support!

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Water, gloves and cleanup supplies are provided. Make sure you bring your own refillable drinking bottle and wear closed-toe shoes and appropriate clothing for the weather!