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Contact: Dana Hawco
Address:1309 Topsail Road
P.O. Box 8274, Station A
St. John's, NL
Pennecon is a leading provider of integrated solutions across a diverse portfolio: heavy civil, industrial, services & maintenance, and marine. From breaking new ground to commissioning and ongoing site maintenance, we deliver the best solutions, service and quality at every stage of the project. Powered by a diverse team, from coast to coast across Canada, we are united by our passion and determination to deliver results on the most complex jobs and challenging environments.
Placentia & Outreach Area Family Resource Centre
Contact: Serena Pomeroy
Address:P.O. Box 156
Family Resource Centres (FRCs) are community-based organizations that deliver programs to promote positive parent-child interactions intended to support healthy child development. They offer a variety of programs and services to families with children ages 0-6. They provide a play-based, developmentally appropriate environment for children and a safe and supportive setting for parents. Programs are flexible to meet community needs and may include:
- Drop-in programs focusing on parent-child interaction
- Group training and parent support groups (e.g. Nobody’s Perfect)
- Resource materials on parenting, child development, wellness and community services
- Lending Libraries such as toys and books
- Exchange Services such as clothing
- Community family events, gatherings and celebrations
- Services in partnership with other stakeholders, such as pregnancy and post-natal supports
Placentia Area Historical Society
Contact: Tom O'Keefe
Address:P.O. Box 233
Placentia , NL
Follow the link to the official website of the Placentia Area Historical Society (PAHS, a nonprofit and registered charity) and the O’Reilly House Museum. The site has been set up to provide information about the Society and the Museum and to promote the history of the Placentia area (Ancient French Capital). Here you will learn about the region’s history, the O’Reilly House Museum and other projects to promote that history. You will also become aware of what is available in the way of historic sites, materials or artifacts.
Placentia (or Placencia and Plaisance as it was once called ), a community on the east side of Placentia Bay and west side of the Avalon Peninsula in the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada, has a great history of occupation going back to the 1500s. There are reports of early visits from the Basque, Portuguese, Spanish, aboriginals and others. Besides being a onetime capital (1662 to 1713) for the French in Newfoundland it also has an interesting history associated with the English (who also used it is as their capital), the Irish and, in more recent times, the Americans. There are a number of locations of old forts, one of which has been developed as the Castle Hill National Historic Site.
Placentia Area Theatre d’Heritage
Contact: Rhonda Power
68 Orcan Drive
PATH, Placentia Area Theatre d’Heritage, is a non-profit organization established in 1994. We present a living interpretation of significant parts of our French and English history, providing visitors and locals with entertainment that reflects our unique culture.
PATH is proud to have an eclectic group of people with a wide range of skills, from students to professionals, bringing our summer theatre program to life.
Artistic Director – Connie Newhook
Placentia Bay Cultural Arts Centre
Contact: The Town of Placentia
Located in the heart of Placentia, in the Town Square, is the Placentia Bay Cultural Arts Centre. This state-of-the-art multipurpose facility in one of the crown jewels of Placentia’s many cultural assets. The facility is fully equipped for cultural events and performances, including audio visual services and dressing facilities. The flexible character of the centre enables it to be easily adapted as a workshop and conference space, as well as a premier venue for receptions and catered events, exhibit and gallery space.
Placentia Lions Club
Address:P.O. Box 281
When caring people join together, roll up their sleeves and take action to make their community better, it’s a beautiful thing—and an incredible feeling for everyone involved. That’s Lions. Being a Lion is about leading by example, building relationships and improving the world through kindness. It’s 1.4 million caring men and women serving together so they can make a lasting impact and change more lives.
Port of Argentia
Contact: Ray Greene
Address:1 Augusta Place
Port of Argentia owns and operates the Argentia Northside & Southside Industrial Parks; Argentia Sunset RV Park; and the Backland Trails. The Port is the host site of Husky & partners CGS construction in support of the WWRP.
Power’s Ambulance Service Ltd.
Contact: Wayne Power
Address:P.O. Box 81
46 Freshwater Crescent
Serving the community since 1984, Power’s Ambulance Service Ltd. provides road ambulance service to the Placentia Area. The service is staffed by trained and professional Paramedics and Emergency Medical Responders who are registered and certified with the Newfoundland and Labrador Provincial Medical Oversight Program. Certified training in First Aid and CPR is available upon request.