40 Years 1981 – 2020
The 2020 Cotton calendar measures 15 3/8″ x 43″and is printed using blue/black ink on cotton fabric.
The Top drawing is “NONIA 1920 – 2020”
Celebrating 100 years! The Newfoundland Outport Nursing and Industrial Association (NONIA) was founded as a not-for-profit cottage industry in 1920, to pay for nursing care through the sale of knitted goods. A century later, hundreds of women around the province are earning income and keeping our heritage alive by knitting for NONIA.
For more information: About NONIA
The middle drawing is “Burin”
The town of Burin is located on the Burin Peninsula. Burin was settled as a fishing community, with the earliest known evidence of settlement being in 1718. For more information
For more information: The Town of Burin.
The Bottom drawing is “Grand Falls House”
Grand Falls House was built for Alfred Harmsworth overlooking the Exploits River. It was used as a home for the Harmsworths, their guests, mill managers and dignitaries visiting the community and the Anglo-Newfoundland Development Company’s Grand Falls paper mill.
For more information: Grand Falls House.