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R�sultats des Jeux de l'Acadie

 

 

COMPETITION SCHEDULE

 

Track and Field UNI Schedule - Click here

Mixed Badminton Schedule - Click Here

Mixed Mini-Handball L'Acadie Nouvelle Schedule  - Click Here

Ultimate Mixed Frisbee Schedule - Click Here

Women's Soccer Schedule - Click Here

Male Soccer Schedule - Click Here

Revised as of June 30 - 3 PM

Mixed Mountain Bike Schedule - Click Here

Women's Volleyball Schedule - Click Here

Male Volleyball Schedule - Click Here

Mixed improvisation Schedule  - Click here

The voice of groups Schedule - Click here

Dance Schedule (Active Life) - Click Here

Waterpolo Schedule (Active Life) - Click Here

  

Carte des sites (1) 

   

UNI Opening Ceremony

        LOCATION: Civic Center, 487 King George Hwy, Miramichi

        WHEN: Thursday, June 28 at 7:30

        INPUT PRICE: $ 2 / person, $ 5 / family

 

UNI Closing Ceremony

         LOCATION: Civic Center, 487 King George Hwy, Miramichi,

         WHEN: Sunday, July 1st at 1:30

         INPUT PRICE: $ 2 / person, $ 5 / family

 

 

 

  

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Adam Lordon,Mayor of Miramichi

On behalf of the City Council and the citizens of Miramichi, I would like to welcome all members of the participating delegations to the Acadian Games.I wish you a healthy memorable encounters, fun and many new friends. Parents of participants and friends of the Games, you too, a warm welcome and a pleasant stay in our beautiful city of Miramichi.

The city is proud to host this 39th edition of the Acadian Games. We are very happy to receive this great event which will welcome more than 1200 sports and cultural participants from all over the Atlantic. Here in Miramichi we have a long history and a real passion for the sport. We also have a vibrant arts and cultural community, with a growing Acadian and Francophone presence. We are delighted that these games prioritize youth on both the sporting and cultural side.

And it's really the right time for the Acadian Games to visit our community because our economy is growing and many new businesses are moving to Miramichi. We also want to give you the opportunity to discover our great natural spaces all around the Miramichi River. Our green spaces are attracting more and more families to our area and many people who have left Miramichi, come home to live and raise their children.

I hope that you will have the opportunity to explore our community during your stay at the Games and I wish to wish the best of luck to all participants of the delegations at the Miramichi Acadian Games, from June 27 to July 1 2018.

  

 

Ville de Miramichi

City of Miramichi

Located along the famous salmon fishing river, the city of Miramichi, New Brunswick, offers you the opportunity to experience cultural experiences that will allow you to discover the heritage of the region and its people. Take a boat trip to Beaubears Island with costumed guides, then visit the interpretive center to learn about the history of Acadians who have taken refuge on the island and on the shipbuilding of the past centuries. By taking a guided tour of Middle Island, you will discover the history of Irish immigrants and the difficulties they have had to overcome. Celebrate at one of the many summer festivals, including the Rock 'n Roll Festival, the Irish Festival of Canada and the very old Miramichi Folk Song Festival, and the Acadian Games.

 

RITCHIE'S WARF PARK

100, rue LeddenMiramichiE1V 2G1 Website

Ritchie's Wharf is located in a beautiful theme park on shipbuilding, once a thriving industry in the area. Today, children can have fun on the nautical theme playground.They enjoy splashing under a water fountain, then take a break for a ball (or three) of ice cream! You will enjoy the walk lined with shops, the art gallery and the restaurants. At Ritchie Wharf, you can use the anchor facility or launching ramp for your boat, enjoy boat charter services, or book a river trip. Shows are presented most evenings and Sunday afternoons. Do not miss the many special events that take place during the summer season!

Come to the park, have fun and spend the day at Ritchie's Wharf Park!

 

FRENCH FORT COVE NATURE PARK

French Fort Cove Park is a large, open-air, all-season wooded area with a network of trails for walking, cycling and ziplines. In July and August, the brave can make, at dusk, a haunted visit on the theme of the "headless nun". The park is also worth a visit at the end of the summer, while the trees adorn themselves with their beautiful fall colors.

 

Beaubears Island

35 St Patrick's DriveMiramichi506-622-8526 info@beaubearsisland.caWebsite

Discover a place where fortunes have been made and where lives have been mowed, and learn about the role played by Beaubears Island in the history of Miramichi and Canada.

The Nelson Interpretive Center and Modern Museum houses several interactive artifacts and touch screens and a model that represents the island in its most beautiful era, circa 1840. After their visit to the Interpretation Center, visitors can live the story of the region with a multitude of historical figures on Wilson Point and Beaubears Island.

 

 The Northwest Miramichi

Red Bank is located at the junction of the Southwest Miramichi and Northwest Miramichi Rivers and its traditional name is Metepenagiag (MET-DEH-B'-NAH-GHEE-AGH). Known as the "Village of 30 Centuries," Metepenagiag is New Brunswick's oldest community. Metepenagiag and the surrounding First Nations community of Eel Ground (Natoaganeg) hold annual powwows celebrating their culture with traditional dances, food, drums and costumes.

Traditions, conservation and respect for nature prevail in the Miramichi region. The oldest fish hatchery in Canada is located in South Esk and is doing very useful research on salmon while working to increase the salmon population in the Miramichi.