Contact Us

Driving Directions are listed further down this page. Clicking on the map will open Google maps in another window.

Driving Directions are listed further down this page. Clicking on the map will open Google maps in another window.

Any and all comments, questions, addition information or sharing of event information is more than welcome and appreciated.  Please fill out the form below to send along your message.  Should you wish to speak with one of our Village Commissioners directly, please do not hesitate to contact them by phone:

Jim Baird, Chairman ~ 902-956-1938
Peter Pope ~ 902-657-2993
Perry Swan ~ 902-657-2708
Kristen Langille ~ 902-657-2740
Christiane Jost ~

For any events, please be sure to include the event name, date, time, location, a brief description of the event and an event poster, if there is one.

Any feedback is also appreciated!

*Note – Events must be submitted before Wednesday at 10:00 a.m. if you want them on the website!  Example: If there is a concert on Saturday, September 6, then you must submit the event to us before Wednesday, September 3.

 

Driving Directions

From New Brunswick:

Take Highway # 2 (TCH) east past Sackville and enter into Nova Scotia. (TCH becomes Highway #104) Follow it east for 48 km and take Exit # 7 (Folly Lake/Wentworth) onto # 4 highway. Follow it east for 23 km and turn left at onto the # 246. Follow it for 26 km into Tatamagouche.

Alternate route: Sunrise Trail

Take Highway # 2 (TCH) across the border into Nova Scotia. Take exit 3 (just past the Wandlyn Hotel) Turn right onto Route 6, (East Victoria Street) drive through Amherst, and continue east on Route 6 (Victoria St)  It is 84 km to Tatamagouche.You will pass through Pugwash (remember to turn right as you come off the bridge) and Wallace.

From Halifax:

Take Highway 102 from Halifax to Truro (73.5 km) Just past Truro, take Exit 14A (Onslow/Tatamagouche) and turn right at the stop sign. Drive on Onslow Rd for 3.7 km and turn left onto Route 311 at the flashing light. Drive north 49 km on Route 311 to Tatamagouche.

From Pictou:

Drive to the traffic roundabout and take the second exit (Route 6/River John/Tatamagouche) onto Route 6 and drive west, 53 km through River John to Tatamagouche.

From Cape Breton/Antigonish/New Glasgow:

Take TCH 104 west towards Pictou, and exit off Exit 22 to Route 106. Follow it north for 12 km to the traffic roundabout. Enter the roundabout and take the third (3) exit which is for Route 6/River John/Tatamagouche. Drive west on Route 6 for 53 km to Tatamagouche.

From Stanfield International Airport (Halifax):

Drive on Bell Blvd. leaving the airport, past the PetroCan station (on right) and Tim Hortons (on left). Merge right onto Highway 102 North and drive 64 km to Truro. Just past Truro, take Exit 14A (Onslow/Tatamagouche) and turn right at the stop sign. Drive on Onslow Rd for 3.7 km and turn left onto Route 311 at the flashing light. Drive north 49 km on Route 311 to Tatamagouche.

From P.E.I. (Bridge):

Take the Confederation Bridge from Borden. The Bridge merges onto Highway 16 on the N.B. side. Drive 37 km to the traffic circle at Port Elgin. Take second road, staying on the #16. Six (6) km further on, turn left onto Main Street, and drive 1.4 km to Route 970 in Baie Verte. Turn right and drive about 7 km, crossing into NS, to the stop sign. Turn left onto Route 366 for 25 km. Stay straight onto the Tidnish Linden Road for 1.5 km until you arrive at Route #6 (sunrise Trail) Turn left. Keep on Route 6, 14.5 km into Pugwash. Follow Route 6 (right) as you come off the bridge into Pugwash, and then 35 km to Tatamagouche.

From Caribou, PEI (Ferry):

From Charlottetown, take the TCH to Wood Islands (25 km) and take the ferry to Caribou, N.S. Take Route 106 south for 7 km until you come to the Pictou roundabout. Enter the roundabout and take the first road off (Route 6/RiverJohn/Tatamagouche) Stay west on Route 6 for 53 km passing through River John to Tatamagouche.

3 Responses to Contact Us

  1. Don Wilson says:

    Nelson Memorial Park is poorly signed . We have just purchased small temporary signs that will be erected at both entrances to the park on Hwy 6 . However this site could say the following : ” Nelson Memorial Park is just west of the Village off Hwy 6 at the top of the hill after crossing the French River from an easterly direction or just after the Shell Station if coming from the westerly direction ” . Thanks. D.W.

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  2. Appreciate Don Wilson’s articles in the Halifax Herald especially regarding mini grids. I designed my house 36 years ago for pv panels but haven’t made the plunge. My roof area would accommodate 52 panels and have been quoted $52,000. So I’m still waiting for lower prices or significant government incentives. No one ever talks about the losses of long distance transmission or the effects of mass black outs. Governments should do more to push consumers into local electrical generation but unfortunately Chris Huskilson has more influence than we do.

    Keep up the good work Don
    Barry

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  3. Marilyn Roberts says:

    Nelson Park is under Municipal authority and responsibility; you need to contact Craig Burgess at 902-897-3160.

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