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Contact, Info & Volunteers

Things to Know

  • Admission is free to Grand-Pré 2017
  • Rain or Shine event
  • Lawn chairs, umbrellas, picnic blankets are welcome
  • Dress for the weather
  • Bring sun screen
  • There will be food vendors on site
  • Free parking – adjacent to the site
  • Shuttle service from Halifax (departure point TBA) and hop on hop off service from Acadia University
  • ATMs will be available on site
  • Family friendly event
  • Sunrise ceremony from Friday – Sunday – with the Sacred Fire Keeper
  • Traditional Pow Wow – on Saturday only
  • NS-101 to Nova Scotia toward Kentville Wolfville – Take exit 10 Continue on Nova Scotia Trunk 1 W. Turn right on Grand-Pré Rd
  • To Grand-Pré National Historic Site – 2205 Grand Pré Rd, Grand Pré, Nova Scotia B0P 1M0, Canada

Contacts

Andrée Gracie

Event Manager, Grey-Sea Artist & Event Management

agracie@johngracie.ca
cell 902 401 4939

Ronald Bourgeouis

Acadian Cultural Co-ordinator

ronaldbourgeois@bellaliant.net

Debra Ginnish

Mi’kmaq Cultural Co-ordinator

deborah@mikmaq-assoc.ca

Michael R Denny

Powwow Co-ordinator

michaeldenny683@hotmail.com

Corinne MacLellan

Marketing/Communications

corinne@GroupATN.ca

Jennifer Stewart

Event Co-ordinator

jennifer@jaspotential.com

Volunteers

There are a number of opportunities for those interested in being part of this Acadian and Mi’kmaq cultural celebration. For volunteer opportunities contact jennifer@jaspotential.com