News and events
The Acadian Day celebration will be held on Wednesday, August 15th from 11:30AM to 2PM at the Gilbert-Léger Park. The event will begin with a few words from the dignitaries, the singing of the Acadian national anthem, the flag raising ceremony and the cake cutting ceremony. Music will be provided by Daniel Hébert. There will be inflatable games and face painting for the children. A BBQ will be served by the special events committee. In the event of rain, the celebration will take place at the Saint-Antoine Community Centre.
VILLAGE DE SAINT-ANTOINE
Le conseil municipal du village de Saint-Antoine a récemment pris la décision d’enlever une ancienne structure de jeux au parc communautaire afin d’assurer la sécurité des enfants. Cette structure de jeux ne conformait plus aux normes de sécurité applicables aux aires de jeux.
Nous sommes présentement en train d’adresser et évaluer la situation par rapport à ce qui sera fait par la suite. Nous voulons nous excuser pour toutes inconvenances que ceci pourrait vous causer.
LE CONSEIL MUNICIPAL DU VILLAGE DE SAINT-ANTOINE
VILLAGE OF SAINT-ANTOINE
The Municipal Council of the Village of Saint-Antoine recently decided to remove an old play structure from the community park to ensure child safety. This play structure no longer complied with safety standards for playgrounds.
We are currently addressing and assessing the situation in relation to what will be done in the future. We want to apologize for any inconvenience this may cause you.
THE VILLAGE DE SAINT-ANTOINE MUNICIPAL COUNCIL
As part of the Trails Day in New-Brunswick, the second edition of the StoryWalk bilingual project will be launched on Saturday, June 1st by theOmer-Leger Public Library and the Village of Saint-Antoine. You are invited to go for a walk in the trail behind the ball field and the school to discover a story, one page at a time. The project will remain in place until the end of October. For more information, call 525-4028.