One of only a few examples of this type of rural Newfoundland architecture left in the province, the Orange Lodge building was designated a Heritage Site in 1995. Recently acquired by the Green's Harbour Heritage Society, the lodge is being restored and will be used as a community Arts and Culture centre to display both tangible and intangible heritage. This centre will be a place to find community historical artifacts, food and music, that tells the history of the community and the province. The building is also the site of a WWI war memorial, as well as the rock in the front that served as a stage for Joey Smallwood as he campaigned for confederation.
Time Period Represented: Late 1800's
Seasons Open: Not yet in operation - under renovation