Join us for a spooky Friday the 13th themed walk inhistoric Bowring Park. Participants will receive a cool blinky light & enjoy hearing creepy tails of the past, facts about the park & scary facts about this very special day. Meet your guide by the Peter Pan statue. The guided tour will take participants along the paved loop through the park. This activity is free of charge, family friendly and suitable for young children.
To inquire about holding an event on park grounds, to check the schedule for the Swimming Pool and/or Amphitheatre, or to indicate a concern:
Also, click here to view City of St. John's calendar.
To book an event at The Bungalow in Bowring Park, please contact Red Oak Catering.(709) 368-6808www.redoaknf.com
The Bowring Park Foundation was established on April 18, 1995, as a not-for-profit organization under the patronage of Derrick Bowring, a relative of Sir Edgar Bowring. Sir Edgar donated the park land to the City of St. John's in 1911 on behalf of Bowring Brothers Ltd. on their 100th anniversary of commerce in Newfoundland.
In cooperation with the City of St. John’s, The Bowring Park Foundation is a Citizens group formed to ensure, through active participation in restoration and future development projects, that Bowring Park is maintained and developed as a public park for quiet family enjoyment for the citizens of the region.