Norris Point residents Stephen and Jenny Mudge spent the afternoon greeting visitors to the Church of the Good Sheppard. Inside the church was a display of homemade quilts made by west coast quilters, all proudly draped over the backs of the pews, while downstairs lunch was being served.
With May 19 also being the Royal Wedding day, friends, from left, Elsie Crewe, Lorraine Rowe and Marie Mullins-Rideout from Corner Brook, who have been attending the Trails Tales Tunes Festival for many years, decided to get up early, watch the wedding and then, still wearing their facilitators, drop by the Cat Stop to enjoy the afternoon of beautiful weather and musical performances sitting outside on the deck.
The Paisley family from Norris Point was one of the families checking out the creatures in the touch tank. From left, four-year-old Olivia Paisley holds a sea urchin as her mom Jessica, two-year-old sister Tori, and dad Adam also size up the urchin.
Kassen Pittman from Deer Lake poses with Parks Canada mascot "Parka," who dropped by for the afternoon.
The Cat Stop, located on the Norris point waterfront, was the location to sit and enjoy a variety of musical performers on Saturday's Celebrate the Sea Day. Here, performers Swig Away put on a show at the Cat Stop.
After getting their faces painted, six-year-old Billie Pittman and her two-year-old sister Georgia decided to take in one of the craft making activities offered. The girls, who are from Pasadena, were very busy making butterfly suncatchers.
Celebrate the Sea Day was geared for family activities and the touch tank at the Marine Centre was visited by many curious families throughout the day. Two-year-old Evelyn Wight from Pasadena did not worry about putting her hands into the cold water of the Marine Centre's touch tank as she admired the starfish she got to hold.
Entertainers Jeff Anderson and Shirley Montague were two of the performers at the Cat Stop in Norris Point on Saturday afternoon during Celebrate the Sea Day at the annual Trails Tales Tunes Festival.