Euskal baleazaleen Red Bayko portuan (Labrador, Kanada) aitzindari haien omenezko ospakizuna egingo dute ekainaren 21ean
Euskal baleazaleen Red Bayko portuan (Labrador, Kanada) aitzindari haien omenez jolasak, jarduerak eta Joe Goudiek Interpretazio Zentroan eskainiko duen tokiko kulturari buruzko hitzaldi bat antolatu dituzte ekainaren 21erako. Kanadako eguna ospatuko dute uztailaren 1ean, eta 16an, Kanadako Natura Parkeen egunean, bisita gidatuak egingo dira Red Bayn eta XVI. mendean bertan bizi ziren baleazaleen bizimodua irudikatuko dute.
Bertako herritarrak duela ia bostehun urte bezala jantziko dira, eta garai bateko istorioak kontatuko dituzte, baleazaleen eguneroko bizimodua eta lanak –baleei koipeak eta olioak ateratzeko lantegietan– irudikatuta. Bertaratzen direnek, halaber, balea-arrantzaren aztarnategi arkeologikoak ikusiko dituzte –hondoratutako baleontziak daude– eta museo arkeologikoa nahiz euskal marinelak lurperatuta dauden Saddle uharteko hilerria bisitatuko dituzte.
Red Bay National Historic Site Special Events 2016
National Aboriginal Day June 21, 2016
Traditional Aboriginal games • Bannock and berries in a Labrador tent • Cultural presentation by Joe Goudie (2pm at the Visitor Orientation Centre) Canada Day at Red Bay World Heritage Site
July 1st, 2016 Parks Day
July 16th, 2016 Celebrate Parks Day at Red Bay!
10am - noon Join Parks Canada interpreters for guided walks and amazing
views on the Boney Shore and Tracy Hill trails. 2:00pm – 5:30pm Sample Basque and Labrador food at the Parks Canada . Visitor Orientation Centre. 2:30pm – 4pm Parks Canada interpreters in 16th-century Basque attire treat you to stories from the heyday of whaling at Red Bay as you tour our amazing archaeological sites on Saddle Island. Register at the Parks Canada Visitor Orientation Centre
Visitor Information - Hours of Operation 2016
9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. from 15 June to 21 September
9 a.m. to 5 p.m. from 8 June-14 June, and 22 September -28 September
Temperate maritime climate. Weather patterns can change quickly. Be prepared for a variety of conditions. Bring sturdy footwear and warm, wind and waterproof clothing even in summer. Temperatures in Labrador are generally cooler than other areas of the province. During the summer days range from 15-20 °C, and nights from 10-15 °C.
Experience 16th century Basque whaling traditions, brought to life through costumed interpreters, original artifacts, scale models of work buildings, photographs and a 30-minute film. See original artifacts recovered from archaeological excavations. Get a close-up view of a 16th century chalupa. Discover tools and weapons used by the Basques, along with well-preserved personal items. Tour Saddle Island to see the archaeological remains of buildings where the Basques worked and lived 400 years ago.
Echos from the past
Costumed interpreters share amazing tales of shipwrecks and adventure as you learn of the dramatic voyages from the Basque Country to Labrador in search of lucrative whale oil. Fortunes are won, and some Basque whalers won’t survive the season.
Away in the Grand Bay
Meet the wife of a whaler who died in Grand Bay more than 400 year ago. Discover the courage and heartbreak of the 16th-century whaling voyages, told from the perspective of those who were left behind.
Red Bay´s Weird and Wonderful
Discover items hand-picked by staff as some of the most bizarre and extraordinary artifiacts in our collection. Learn the fascinating stories behind these one-of-a-kind objects, from a ship’s binnacle to meticulously restored rare glass.
Digging through Time
Explore the sites with an experienced guide who once worked alongside the archaeologists at Red Bay. Discover where whalers lived and worked, and hear the stories behind some amazing discoveries.