Recreation and Community Life 

There are also a number of recreational, sporting and cultural activities coordinated by active community organizations in which volunteers invest great time and energy:Workshops/conferences for volunteers 

Community Life Services 

Given the level of community involvement and the quality of life of its citizens, Saint-Quentin merits the reputation of a healthy town.  The Town of Saint-Quentin offers its residents a wide variety of sporting and recreational activities.  The programs offered by the Town’s Recreation and Community Life Services include:




• Recreational activities for seniors
• Healthy and Active Lifestyle Program
• Partnership for youth activities
• Babysitters Course
• Work Health and Safety for students
• Swimming lessons (preschool, junior, adult)
• Aquafit
• Swim team
• Public swims
• Birthday pool parties, private swimming lessons, pool rentals with lifeguard
• Swimming contests
• Summer games
• Mini-olympics
• Microsoccer and soccer
• T-ball and baseball
• Arts and crafts
• Badminton
• Tennis course
• Canada Day celebrations




• Athletics
• Softball
• Volunteer of the Year Award
• Citizen of the Year Award
• Community Organization of the Year Award
• Bingo
• Camping
• Canoeing and kayaking
• Parish choir

• Francophone cinema
• Reading Contest
• Social Dance classes
• Painting classes
• Skateboard lessons
• Tennis lessons
• Annual running race (5km, 10km)
• Dance schools (ballet-jazz)
• Rhythmic gymnastics
• Artistic gymnastics
• Senior women’s ice hockey
• Women’s interscholastic AA ice hockey 
• Minor, interscholastic AA, senior and recreational ice hockey
• Judo
• Kung Fu
• Snowmobiling
• Ice skating
• Athlete of the Year
• Professional theatre
• Preschool educational programs
• Volunteer recognition
• Cross-country skiing
• A variety of cultural shows
• Tai chi
• Local amateur theatre
• Golf tournament
• Family hockey tournament
• Fishing tournament
• Volleyball
• ATVs 



Our Annual Celebrations 

Our annual celebrations include:

• Winter Carnival (weekend before March Break)
• Maple Capital of the Atlantic Festival (Easter Break)
• Canada Day (July 1st)
• Western Festival (July)
• August 15th Acadian celebrations

A cultural policy further stimulates Saint-Quentin’s vibrant cultural community life.  This policy was established in 2004, which marked the 400th anniversary of a francophone presence on Canadian territory.  A committee has been appointed to uphold the principles and goals of this new cultural strategy.