Creamery Square is a historic waterfront development site in Tatamagouche, located along the Northumberland Shore’s scenic Sunrise Trail driving route that boasts a unique combination of exciting and interactive visitor activities.
Home to the very popular Farmers’ Market, The Grace Arts Centre, Ice House Gallery, Margaret Fawcett Norrie Heritage Cultural Centre, North Shore Archives, and Boat Shop. There’s lots to explore at Creamery Square!
The Grace Jollymore Joyce Arts Centre is a performance venue – home to live entertainment, visual art, and community events. It features a 170-seat auditorium and the Ice House Gallery. They feature year-round performances by local and internationally-acclaimed musicians, artists, and thespians. The Grace is the Place!
Located in Tatamagouche in the Northumberland Shore region, the Northumberland Arts Council Fraser Cultural Centre promotes arts, crafts and cultural activities in the North Shore area and helps to preserve and present the heritage of this area.
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The event includes a Beer Garden on Saturday afternoon plus a dance on Friday and Saturday evenings. Top-notch German bands play endlessly at the three functions.
The concession booths include Canadian and German cuisine, such as sausages, schnitzel, lobster rolls, and delicate cheesecakes. A variety of souvenirs are available including, beer steins, T-shirts, sweatshirts, hats, pins, and other novelty items. Many beverages are available from Domestic and German beers to local wines and Imported spirits, and the infamous Schnapps Bar, soft drinks, and coffees are also available.
Built in 1854, Sharon United Church stands proudly at the entrance to the village of Tatamagouche. Weekly services at 11:00am with everyone welcome to come as they are.
This is a popular venue for concerts open to the public held throughout the year.
Community theatre in Tatamagouche! The North Shore Players and Performing Arts was created with these goals in mind:
- To give area residents who have an interest in theatre and the other performing arts a chance to participate in and contribute to them; to provide an outlet for the existing creative talent in the area – including writers, actors, designers, dancers, musicians, and theatre technicians -and to stimulate and develop new talent.
- To offer quality live entertainment to the residents of the North Shore, both by producing shows locally and by bringing in performing groups from elsewhere.
- To give the young people of the area a grounding in and an appreciation for the performing arts.
In working toward these goals, North Shore Performing Arts intends to be as inclusive as possible, offering productions that will appeal to a wide range of tastes and ages and utilizing performers and volunteers of all ages and backgrounds, so that those who are less experienced can benefit from working alongside those with more experience.
Visit Sara Bonnyman Pottery studio located in Tatamagouche, part of the Northumberland Shore region, where you can see her workshop and watch her most weekday mornings throwing pots on her wheel. Sara focuses on making functional stoneware. Informal guided tours are available most afternoons. View Sara’s large collection of antique Nova Scotia pots and enjoy the vibrant gardens that surround her studio. Sara’s inspired rug-hookings and hand-woven baskets from Ghana are also on display, along with the world-famous Moss Shaving Scuttle.