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PROVINCIAL HERITAGE PLACE
Museum dedicated to the life and work of Pascal Poirier (1852-1933), author, patriot and first Acadian senator, in the heritage family home built in 1825.
Seaside craft shop featuring creations by local artists and artisans. Works of art, knitted items, local souvenirs, candles and beauty-care products.
Cultural space dedicated to the creation and diffusion of the arts; workshops, activities and concerts in various artistic fields.
Studio on the Marsh promotes the work of wildlife artist Lars Larsen and that of other fine artists in the area.
Olivier Soapery is a craft-workshop, museum and boutique that features entertaining shows, hands-on experiences and workshop visits.
Authentic products created by local artisans. Jewellery, fibre art, woodcarving, photography and more. Located on Promenade Waterfront.
Explore the boardwalks and walkways to experience our unique galleries, shops, boutiques and delicious restaurants.
Watch as Acadian artisan Marcia Poirier carves the unremarkable Quahog clam shell into magnificent wearable art. Excellent gifts and souvenirs.
Using Bay of Fundy clay, Judy and David produce hand-built pottery in a 100-year-old community hall.
Art and fine craft co-operative in Historic Downtown Woodstock. Local works for view and purchase. On-site cafe.
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