In 1974, an expansion was made that enabled the hall to seat up to 400 people. The ribbon cutting ceremonies were held and the expansion was officially opened by Premier Alex Campbell, Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau and his wife Margaret – as a personal favor to Ralph Dickieson (co-owner).
Twelve of the founding Junior Farmers purchased the ownership and began a new stage, no longer a fundraiser but a business.
Demand for the lobster dinner was so great that the organization decided to serve the public 7 days a week.
The first lobster dinner on Prince Edward Island was served as a fundraiser for the New Glasgow and District Junior Farmers Organization. The building had no kitchen and no on site wash room facilities. All the food was prepared elsewhere and brought on site. The first customers had to wait in their car as temporary steps were […]
Over the next few years, The Junior Farmers continued to utilize their new building for community gatherings, Blood donor clinics, weekly dances and the occasional lobster supper fundraiser. In 1963, the increasing interest of that first meal led to adapting to meet the public’s need. This meant making the dinner a weekly event therefore increasing […]
To understand how New Glasgow Lobster Suppers became what it is today you have to go back to the beginning before there was ever even a thought of a place such as this. In 1957, The New Glasgow and District Junior Farmers Organization consisted of 36 members between the ages of 21 and 31. This […]
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