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Acadian Day

A variety of activities for the whole family to celebrate Acadian language, culture and joie de vivre! Music, games for kids, fl ag raising ceremony, and a tintamarre (parade).

Festivities Schedule

Noon – Acadian day mass at Saint-Anne-des-Pays-Bas Church

3 pm – Family bazaar

At the Officers’ Square in downtown Fredericton: inflatable games, make-up and workshops for all family! (Minimal fees – cash only)

4 pm – BBQ

At the Officers’ Square (minimal fees – cash only)

6 pm – “Tintamarre” (on foot)

From Officers’ Square to City Hall. Don’t forget to bring anything that makes noise !

6:15 pm – Raising of the Acadian flag

At Fredericton City Hall (397 Queen St.)

The flag raising will take place at Centre communautaire Sainte-Anne (CCSA) only in case of thunder.

6:45 pm –Free Acadian music show at the Officers’ Square with La Virée

La Virée

With original songs, a sound that appeals to a very wide audience and a contagious energy, La Virée makes people dance and sing, in addition to bringing them closer together. With its 4th album in hand, the band members are going back to their roots and picking up some good Acadian songs by adding reels and songs of their own; even more music to party!

www.laviree.com

This schedule can be modified without notification. If it rains, all activities will take place at CCSA (except the raising of the Acadian flag).

Aug 15, 2017