Thanks to the amalgamation of a small village and several local service districts, on May 8, 1995, our beautiful valley – the Village de Memramcook was born. Memramcook is a great place to live, where people want to put down their roots. Our vibrant and thriving municipality celebrated its 20th anniversary of incorporation in 2015. And today still, Municipal Officials continue to work hard to develop this young community overflowing with potential.

On May 8, 1995, the amalgamation of a small village and several local service districts gave birth to our beautiful valley – the Village de Memramcook. Following this incorporation, the municipality wanted to acquire its own coat of arms. Containing key symbolic elements, our coat of arms appears on official documents as well as on the municipality’s flag.

Thanks to the Department of Wellness, Culture and Sports’ Historic Places Initiative, the Village de Memramcook was awarded a project in which municipalities, with the help of partnerships with local heritage and preservation groups, can identify and declare local heritage sites within their community.

Unveiling of the monument and plaque of the Blessed Mother Marie-Léonie - September 11, 2005.

Latest Events

July 23

STEAM Camp at the Memramcook Public Library
For ages 8 to 14. Places are limited.

Program presented by Creative Labs. Fun activities involving Science, Technology, Engineering, Math and Arts.

Registration is required as places are limited. To register or for more info: 758-4029.

July 23

PJ Story Time (in French) at the Memramcook Public Library
Family program (ages 2+)

Get ready for bedtime with stories at the library. Teddy bears welcome! (Program is offered in French.)

Registration is required. To register or for more information, please call 758-4029.

July 23

Causeries du mardi • Paul Collette

Les causeries du mardi - A series of lectures to discover different aspects of Acadian history and culture will be held every Tuesday until July 30 -  7:30 p.m. at the Monument-Lefebvre.

DES HISTOIRES DE GENS D'ICI
Une série d’anecdotes de la vie de tous les jours de gens de la région, mis sur papier par cet ancien animateur de CJSE, ainsi que le lancement de deux nouvelles publication

Animée par Emily Muckler (758-9808)
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