The Acadian cultural square is designated as a local historic place for its value with regards to the public area that served as a meeting place for most of the Acadian cultural and sports activities, whether regional, national or international, for as far as 1879. Picnics, bazaars, raffles, the Festival de chez nous, the Festival de la poutine râpée (which gave Saint-Antoine the title of 'Poutine' capital), amateur nights, various sports and other activities have contributed to the development of a typically Acadian culture in the village. Of international scope, the site has also hosted the 1990-1992 Arcadiades, as well as the 1994 Congrès mondial acadien.
Acadian cultural square
- 4550 rue Principale