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Shedding Light on Our Past.

The Clarenville Heritage Society, located in the former CN Railway Station, is a dedicated group of volunteers who work hard in preserving the history of Clarenville and surrounding area.

We still have some 10th Anniversary Mugs left. Emblazed with two iconic symbols that put Clarenville on the map: The Railway & TAT-1 Cable Landing world's first transatlantic telephone cable, each mug sells for $5.00 each.

~ Directions to Heritage Museum ~


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Clarenville Heritage Museum is now CLOSED FOR THE SEASON. Many thanks for all the visitors we had this summer from all over, provincially, elsewhere in Canada, USA and the UK. A big thank you to our summer students Jacob and Reilly. Off-season visits can be arranged by contacting us via email.

~ 3rd Annual Smith Sound Film Festival 2019 ~

SSFF is ready to roll again this year on Friday August 16th, 2019. The Fesitval will take place in the very station itself this summer (Shrine Club & Masonic Hall side). We're now open for submissions. Tickets sales to be released as the date gets closer.

To submit your work, please see:

Smith Sound Film Fest 2019

Quips and Quotes:

I have but one lamp by which my feet are guided, and that is the lamp of experience. I know no way of judging the future but by the past.

~ Edward Gibbon



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'The Coopers of Random Head' Recent Newsletter by Heritage Foundation of Newfoundland & Labrador. Click here for the article. ~ Clarenville Heritage Society.

Listen to our conversation with Mr. John Stanley of George's Brook who worked at the Newfoundland Hardwoods Plant from 1946 to 1979. An interesting account of what life was like back then in Clarenville.

Our goal is to capture more local stories from our senior citizens who have a lot to share to us as we shed light on our past. Click here for more local stories on our media page.

For more information on our project, email us at: info@clarenvilleheritage.ca.