Mummer’s Walk to Celebrate Milestone – 5 Years on December 29th
The Mummer’s Walk on the Great Northern Peninsula all started when two friends shared a conversation about their love for the tradition of mummering. The event was to be regionally focused, bringing together people from many communities to teach the younger generation a rural tradition cherished by those of our grandparents.
The first event started in Flower’s Cove (2010), then Anchor Point (2011), Savage Cove (2012), Green Island Cove (2013) and this year’s event will be in Sandy Cove. People will congregate at the Sandy Cove Lion’s Club anytime after 2 PM for the rig-up and the walk will begin at 2:30 PM. If past years are any indicator, it likely will be cold and may result in a shorter parade route. Festivities will continue after the walk at the Lion’s Club. This event is opened to all ages and everyone is invited to attend.
Let’s celebrate Mummering and make December 29th as the official day of the Mummer!
Live Rural NL,
Christopher Mitchelmore, MHA for The Straits-White Bay North
Posted on December 24, 2014, in Announcements, Art, Community Economic Development, Culture, History, Tourism and tagged any mummers 'lowed in, Culture, Great Northern Peninsula, janny, mummer, mummer's walk, Mummers Parade, Newfoundland, Rural, tradition. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.