Island Rooms of Petty Harbour

Fishing for Success

2 October at 1pm

Girls Who Fish

1st & 3rd Sunday @ 1pm



LIVE  ~  SHARE  ~  CELEBRATE

To Be Announced

Youth Night

To Be Announced

Call for info

709-740-3474

Fish On!


Join us this week for


fishing!


24 September -


2 October All Week



Time to get your fish for Winter!


Drop By Island Rooms Any Day 10am - 4pmduring the week

Or Give Us A Call

(709) 740-3474

and follow us on Facebook and Twitter!

30 October at 6-8pm

Wild Family Nature Club

​​2nd & 4th Sunday @1pm


What are ye at?

Fishing, B'y!

​Learn the ancient skill of handline fishing in 

protected Petty Harbour.


Experience

500 years of history!

Click HERE

Dory Rowing Club is now forming


Contact us for information about Youth, Couples & Family Dory Rowing Clubs

The Youth Team will attend the Wooden Boat Heritage Conference in Trinity Oct 2016 


Call:  (709) 740-3474       Email: Fishing@IslandRooms.org



Hauling up the last dory for the winter. Thank you to our friends who stopped to help:

Brooklyn, Jessica, Zach, Vonda, Leo, Todd & Diesel the Dog!

Island Rooms of Petty Harbour


home of FISHING FOR SUCCESS, Inc.


10 D Main Road, Petty Harbour, NL A0A 3H0


PHONE: (709) 740-3474

Programs


Fishing

Do you remember catching your first fish? I do! Fishing has and will always be central to the culture of Newfoundland and Labrador. 


And it can be the most magical moment in the life of a child. Or the most fun you've ever had on vacation!

Our Heritage


Newfoundland and Labrador IS fishing.

Our music and our art, our craft and our food celebrate our connection to the Sea that has sustained our families for generations.


It is imperative that we do something. NOW.


Not just preserve this heritage. Celebrate it.


Teach it to our children.


Before this traditional fishing knowledge is lost forever.....



Volunteer Now! You are a Vital Link!

One Day every child in Newfoundland and Labrador will once again be taught the traditional fishing knowledge and skill of their ancestors; that this will instill in them a sense of pride, of place, and a longing to protect and conserve their natural home.

Our Vision