When Acadia meets Ukraine… in St Jean…

Saturday, August 13th from 2pm to 4pm

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

Welcome to our Acadia Day event “When Acadia meets Ukraine… in St-Jean”.
A great opportunity to celebrate Acadia alone or with your family, an opportunity to discover the flavour of Ukrainian cuisine.
To register for our Acadian Festival, 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 we do not accept registrations by email or telephone. All registrations must be made directly on our website. Registration is mandatory (no later than Wednesday 10 August at 12 noon).

Everyone is welcome

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

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National Acadian Day

The Acadian people, pioneers and builders of the country, have celebrated National Acadian Day on August 15 since 1881, when the first Acadian National Convention was held in Memramcook, New Brunswick. Legislation establishing National Acadian Day was assented to by the Government of Canada in 2003.National Acadian Day is an opportunity to highlight the contribution of Acadians to the cultural fabric of Canada, to recognize the historical presence of these people on the territory and to celebrate their cultural distinctiveness in all its diversity.

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