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  • The Manuels River Experience…

    Visit the Manuels River Hibernia Interpretation Centre and discover the amazing geology and natural history of our internationally famous and protected trilobite fossil site. Prepare for adventure as our science interpreters lead you through guided tours, interactive programs and demonstrations… both inside the Centre and along our nature trails. Explore one of the oldest river systems in North America as you traverse over 6 km of one of the most picturesque river valleys in Eastern Newfoundland. All this and more is waiting for you. Come experience it today.

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    We Got ‘Em!

    TrilobiteTrilobites are an extinct class of marine arthropods that inhabited the earth's oceans from the Early Cambrian Period to the Late Permian Period, a time span greater than 300 million years.

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  • Upcoming Events

  • Watch Your Bobber Race and Carnival

    Saturday, July 5, from noon to 4:00 pm. Bring the kids down for carnival games, obstacle course races, scavenger hunt, and science demonstrations. The bobbers drop at 2:30 pm! This year there are $2500 worth of prizes to be won! Tickets are $5 each or 5 for $20. Visit What's On for more information.

  • Bonfire Sing-Along

    Bonfires Friday July 4 and Thursday July 10, 17, 24, 31 at 7:00 pm. We provide the marshmallows for roasting. Feel free to bring an instrument and join in the sing-along! Meet us on the rocks by the gazebo. Bonfires are free and everyone is welcome to join us!

  • Young Scientist Series

    Twice a month, on both a Friday and Saturday, the Manuels River Interpretive staff will lead children in an exploration of science! Every session will focus on a new theme/topic and will include hands on activities, crafts, nature hikes, demonstrations, stories and more! Visit What's On for more information.

  • Summer Camp

    We are offering a week long day camp for children between the ages of 6 and 8 and 9 and 11 during the months of July and August. Each day of programming will focus on a different environmental theme. Activities take place in the centre and out on the trails. Visit our Science Camps page for more info. Registration opens May 9, 2014 at 9:00 am.