Whether inspired by the river’s current or by the breeze of salt air, one thing is for certain: creativity flows through Charlo! Here is a list of artists and craftsmen who have lived or live Charlo:
Pierre-Guy Blanchard (Percussionist)
Étienne Levesque (Percussionist)
Mireille Blanchard (Comedian)
Simon Cauvier Goupil (Photographer)
Kevin McIntyre (Singer-Songwriter)
Gilles Levesque (Comedian and Multidisciplinary Artist)
Michel Arseneault (Musician)
Clayton Callaghan (Violinist)
Cream Cheeze (Rock n’ Roll Band)
Florient Fontaine (Musician)
Leonard Mallais (Bluegrass Musician)
Alfred et Lucie Leblond (Violinist)
Edith Morris (Ballroom Dancing)
Antonia Levesque (Choir Director for Saint-François-Xavier Parish)
Jocelyne Blanchard (Multidisciplinary Artist)
Bernadette Levesque (Artist)
Josette Levesque (Musician and Choir Director of Chante-Joie Choir)
Sheera Callaghan (Visual Artist)
Marjorie Levesque (Artist)
Francine Bernard (paintings)
Shirley Allard ( quilting)
Don McLean ( outdoor furniture)
The Restigouche Farmers Market is a regional community farmer`s market and tourist information centre located in the beautiful town of Dalhousie. The market aims to foster community health and local economic development by providing patrons with healthy, locally produced, environmentally friendly food. Bring your family along to admire the unique creations of our local artisans, sample the delicious tastes of locally grown food, or simply relax and enjoy the day!
The market is housed in a 613 sq. m (6,600 sq. ft.) building on .8 ha (2 acres) of land, and is an ideal venue for meetings, banquets, functions and other cultural and social events. It provides the community with a place to socialize and reinforce a sense of community identity. The Restigouche Farmers Market is the result of local unity and collaboration, and greatly enhances quality of life in our region. It’s not just a place where vendors can sell their wares; it’s a place for people to meet!
The market is just a short drive from the neighbouring communities of Balmoral, Charlo, Eel River Crossing and Eel River Bar First Nation. It operates on Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.
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||357 Miller Blvd.
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Hours Of Operation
Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Appalachian Range Route
Route 11, Exit 391, onto Route 275 (Darlington Drive) to Miller Boulevard, across from Osprey Truck Stop.
Latitude : 48.0367
Longitude : -66.4021