Adresse58 Rue FestivalVilleShédiacProvinceNBCode postalE4P 1S4Téléphone506-532-7700Télécopieur506-532-7796CourrielPersonne-ressourceMichel Mallet
Adresse204 Chemin OhioVilleShédiacProvinceNBCode postalE4P 9C9Téléphone506-532-7013CourrielPersonne-ressourceJean-Michel Allain
InformationNew equipment has been installed in this playground. It provides a safe environment for kids of all ages.
Opening hours from June 25 to September 18:"
Tuesday - closed
Wednesday - 12 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Thursday to Monday - 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Closed on Mondays starting August 22
This house, built in 1825, was once called the Villa of Roses. The Pascal Poirier House is the oldest home in Shediac. The restored ancestral home of Senator Pascal Poirier allows visitors to glimpse into the past and get a feeling of how a middle class family lived at the beginning of the 19th century.
Senator Pascal Poirier (1852-1933), the first Acadian politician appointed to the Senate
In 1872, Pascal Poirier at the young age of 20 years old, is appointed Postmaster of the House of Commons by Sir John A. MacDonald. Pascal Poirier was a historian, a businessman, an attorney, a politician and a Man of Letters. He was knighted ""Chevalier de la Légion d'honneur de la République française"". He was one of the founders of La Société nationale l'Assomption, which today is recognized as La Société nationale des Acadiens. Pascal Poirier was appointed to the Senate at the age of 33 and was hailed as the defender of the Acadian cause.
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InformationThe park is located smack dab in the middle of the downtown core. Because of its very central location, the park is very popular with tourists who like to stroll in the downtown area and it is one of the preferred sites for hosting large gatherings or other celebrations. A splash pad and a walking path have been added to the park since 2016. Activites and Special events such as, the Sunday Market in the Park, New Brunswick Day celebrations, Shediac Winter Carnival activities, Acadian Day celebrations, and more.
InformationDeveloped in the 1980s, in collaboration with the Shediac Rotary Club, this public park is situated at the entrance of town and caters mainly to visitors during the summer months. It is the site of the Giant Lobster and boasts a variety of boutiques and kiosks catering to tourists, green areas and a playground, public restrooms, a large parking area and access to the Scoudouc River. The Visitors Information Centre is also conveniently located in the park.
InformationIn 2015, the Town of Shediac has inaugurated its new skateboard park. This infrastructure has an incredible interest among young people who come from all over to enjoy its many amenities. Guaranteed fun!
Adresse293 Centennial PromenadeVilleShediacProvinceNBCode postalE4P 1M1InformationThis standard size softball field is equipped with lights, dugouts and all the amenities sport enthusiasts are looking for. Bleachers have been erected and public restrooms have been installed.
Adresse244 Robidoux StVilleShediacProvinceNBCode postalE4P 2L5Téléphone506-878-8630CourrielInformationThree tennis courts have been fitted out to accommodate tennis enthusiasts. The Shediac Tennis Club provides a variety of programs for members and the general public. The tennis complex features doubles court, improved playing surfaces, new nets on every court, plus a new lighting system. The clubhouse, fitted with a patio, provides a variety of services to its members and visitors
Adresse399 Main StVilleShediacProvinceNBCode postalE4P 2B7Téléphone506-532-7022CourrielInformationThe identity of a people by Monette Léger
This sculpted tree recounts the history of the Acadian people, going back to 1604, by utilizing various Acadian symbols. The history begins with personalities who exemplified the Acadian national motto <L'UNION FAIT LA FORCE> (STRENGTH IN UNITY). The arrival of the first settlers from France to North America is depicted in the tree, as well as the fur trade with the natives, the colonization, the harvest and parts of everyday life, the traditional costume and a period home, an «aboiteau» (reservoir at sea level), the arrival of the British forces, the Deportation, the French Cross, Évangeline and the church at Grand-Pré, a music note which represents the Ave Maris Stella, several musical instruments and the different types of seafood in the fishing industry which formed the economic base for the region and for the Acadian people. All this is sculpted into the Acadian flag which surrounds the tree. At the top of the tree, we find three small stars inside a larger star which symbolizes the 400 years of history for the Acadian culture.