The Acadian cultural square is designated as a local heritage site for its value with regards to the public area that served as a meeting place par excellence for most of the cultural and sports activities, whether regional, national or international, for as far back as 1879. Picnics, bazaars, raffles, the Down-home Festival, the 'Poutine' Festival (which gave Saint-Antoine the title of 'Poutine' Capital), amateur nights, various sports and other activities have contributed to the development of a typically Acadian culture in the village. Of international scope, the site has also hosted the 1990-1992 Arcadiades, as well as the 1994 Congrès mondial acadien.

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Info-Alert

Work on the water tower will begin in August. The Village of Saint-Antoine is asking its citizens to take this into consideration when consuming water. It is recommended to not waste water unnecessarily and to avoid all activities requiring a large amount of water. The municipality wishes to reassure you that no interruption of the drinking water supply is planned. This work is necessary for the proper functioning of the aqueduct system. We apologize in advance for the noise that may be caused by this work and thank you for your cooperation.