Saint-Antoine is a vibrant community with a diverse community life. Events therefore play an important role. The municipality also supports community organizations in their projects and activities in order to work together to offer the best quality of life for all citizens.

Annual ActivitiesA year-round schedule of activities helps create community gatherings between citizens and people from other regions in addition to discovering the village and the talents of the people who live here.

Weekend Outdoor Activities - JanuaryEvery year, the Fernand-Léger Outdoor Rink committee offers a weekend full of activities before returning to school following the Christmas break. Hours of skating, a cup of hot chocolate, a bonfire, music and a giant snow hill allows families to enjoy the joys of winter.

Next edition: January 2022
Location: Fernand-Léger Outdoor Rink

Hockey Tournament - FebruaryThe local hockey players form teams and have fun playing against each other on the ice of the outdoor rink in an effort to win the title of the tournament champions.

Next edition: February 2022
Location: Fernand-Léger Outdoor Rink

Nutrition Workshop - MarchTo highlight nutrition month, a registered dietitian from the region offers a nutrition workshop on a topic related to food and people’s well-being. Tips and tools are shared to promote healthy eating habits.

Next edition: To be determined (Workshop scheduled for March 2020 had to be canceled due to COVID-19)
Location: Saint-Antoine Community Centre

Easter Activity - March/AprilEaster is celebrated with a family activity that includes an egg hunt, crafts and a visit from the Easter bunny.

Next edition: April 2022
Location: Saint-Antoine Community Centre

Mass Registration - April and SeptemberIn the spring and fall, a mass registration is organized for sports and recreation in the Kent-South region. This is an opportunity for parents and children to register for the activities of their choice and learn more about the different programs offered in the region.

Next edition: September 8, 2021
Location: Saint-Antoine Community Centre

Community Cleanup - MayIn order to keep the community clean and preserve the environment, citizens are invited to choose a street, a neighborhood or the surroundings of their property and pick up the garbage at a time that is convenient for them.

Next edition: May 2022
Location: Village of Saint-Antoine

Community Garage Sale - MayThe Saint-Antoine annual community garage sale is an event that attracts thousands of people each year. Citizens with items for sale can register for $5 and a map of participating addresses is available for those looking for great deals.

Next edition: May 2022
Location: Village of Saint-Antoine

Bike Rodeo - JuneIn partnership with Vélo Kent, the bike rodeo is an opportunity to educate young people aged 5 to 11 years old about the importance of safe bicycle riding, to learn some hand signals and the rules of the road, to check the bicycle and to adjust the protective helmet. Various stations will put their skills and techniques into practice.

Next edition: To be determined
Location: To be determined

Canada Day - JulyEach year, Canada Day is celebrated in Saint-Antoine. The festivities include the official ceremony, the flag raising ceremony, a barbecue, music, the cake cutting ceremony and inflatable games for children. It’s a way for citizens to show their pride and remember that Canada is one of the most beautiful countries in the world.

Next edition: July 1st, 2022
Location: Gilbert-Léger Park or Saint-Antoine Community Centre in the event of rain

Water Games Day - July/ AugustOn a beautiful hot summer day, children ages 5 to 12 are invited to come to the Community Park for a variety of games.

Next edition: August 2022
Location: Community Park

Acadian Day - AugustSaint-Antoine celebrates August 15th with a family event that includes music, activities for children, cake and a great day of fun with the whole community.

Next edition: August 15th, 2022
Location: Gilbert-Léger Park or Saint-Antoine Community Centre in the event of rain

Yvon LeBlanc Run - SeptemberSince 2016, an official race has been held in the streets of Saint-Antoine during the Saint-Antoine Fall Colors Festival . Adults and children in the area are encouraged to walk or run a 15K, 5K or 1K fun run in order to raise money for the Kent KidSport program.

Next edition: September 2022
Location: Saint-Antoine Community Centre

Open House - OctoberAs part of Fire Prevention Week, the Saint-Antoine Fire Department invites the population to join them for an open house at the fire station. A tour of the station and trucks, demonstrations and a barbecue are scheduled.

Next edition: October 2021 (if circumstances permit)
Location: Fire Station (4599 Principale Street)

Halloween Activity - OctoberSmall and big monsters, superheroes, witches, vampires and princesses are invited to participate in Halloween-themed activities. Children in costumes will receive a bag of candies.

Next edition: October 2021 (if circumstances permit)
Location: Saint-Antoine Community Centre

Craft and Bake Sale - NovemberPeople of the Saint-Antoine region are talented and in November, the municipality organizes a craft and bake sale to allow everyone to discover and share.

Next edition: November 2021 (if circumstances permit)
Location: Saint-Antoine Community Centre

Remembrance Day Ceremony - NovemberEach year, a ceremony is held in Saint-Antoine to pay tribute to the veterans. The Remembrance Day ceremony begins at the Saint-Antoine Community Centre, followed by the parade at the Veterans Monument.

Next edition: November 11th, 2021 (if circumstances permit)
Location: Saint-Antoine Community Centre

Tree Lighting Ceremony - NovemberIn November, a tree lighting ceremony is held to raise funds for the Tree of Hope Campaign and collect non-perishable food items for the local food bank. Testimonials, Christmas music and hot chocolate are on the schedule.

Next edition: November 2021 (if circumstances permit)
Location: Saint-Antoine Community Centre

Photos with Santa Claus - DecemberDuring Christmas week, children young and old are impatiently waiting for Santa Claus’ visit to Saint-Antoine in order to get their picture taken with him.

Next edition: December 2021 (if circumstances permit)
Location: Saint-Antoine Community Centre



Constance LareceDirector of Events and Communications
4556 Principale Street, Suite 300
Saint-Antoine, NB E4V 1R3
Telephone : (506) 525-4020
Fax : (506) 525-4027
Email : loisirs@saint-antoine.ca