“Acadia Day… in St-Jean”

Sunday August 13 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.

At Centre des Grands-Vents 65 Ridge Road, St. John's

Welcome to our Fête de l’Acadie event “Fête de l’Acadie… in St-Jean”.
A great opportunity to celebrate Acadia alone or with family, an opportunity to discover new flavors.
To register for our Fête de l’Acadie, send an email to [email protected] or click on “Register now!” at the top of this page

If you have any questions, please contact us at 709-726-4900 or [email protected]

Note :

  • Please note that you can register directly by email to the following address: [email protected] -709-726-4900

Everyone is welcome

More information on [email protected] or 709-726-4900

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National Acadian Day

The Acadian people, pioneers and builders of the country, have celebrated Acadia Day on August 15 since 1881, the year in which the first Acadian national convention took place in Memramcook, New Brunswick. The law establishing National Acadian Day was sanctioned by the Government of Canada in 2003.

National Acadian Day highlights the contribution of Acadians to the Canadian cultural fabric, recognizes the historical presence of this people on the territory and celebrates their cultural specificity in all its diversity.