All questions and inquiries can be answered at our information booth located in the cultural center. You will find our Carnaval souvenirs : sashes, tuques, cards, sweaters, maple products and other surprises.Cultural Center
Sleigh Ride & Bonfire
Take a trip through the forest in a horse-drawn sleigh. A big bonfire awaits you! (Friday: 8:30 pm – 11 pm) (Saturday: 10 am – 4:30 pm)Outdoor site
And yes, at Carnival, eating good taffy on snow is everyone’s favorite activity! With our expert sugar masters, you will be able to enjoy it! (Friday: 8pm – 11pm) (Saturday: 12pm – 4pm)Cabane à sucre
Snow sculpture contest
You can participate in the snow sculpture contest depending on the availability of snow blocks (register at the information booth). (9 am – 3 pm)Outdoor site
Beer Garden (Friday 8:00 pm – 1 am) (Saturday 12:30 – 4:30 pm)Gazebo
Gazebar / Shows
Come party and dance with our excellent line-up of artists: École Héritage (8:30 pm) – LaVoie Férée (9:00 pm) – Carotté : punk-trad (10:30 pm)Gazebo
10:30 am: Petits Plein Soleil – 11:00 am: Alexanne Fillion – 11:30 am: Manon PariseauCultural Centre
Presentations / Draws / Plein Soleil
Discover the winners of the various competitions and prize draws. Also, don’t miss the performance of the Plein Soleil troupe and more! (4:00 to 5:30 p.m.)Cultural Centre
You can participate in the friendly crib tournament – first come first serve! (Register at the Information Booth) (Saturday: 12:30-3:00pm)Cultural Centre
Dukes & Duchesses Competition
Throughout the weekend, these youth will show their leadership, enthusiasm and joie de vivre. Come and cheer them on during their final race! (Saturday 2 p.m.)Outdoor site
Church of St. IsidoreChurch
(Saturday: 1pm – 3pm)Cultural Centre
Scavenger Hunt (kids)
Solve the Harry Potter themed scavenger hunts and win a small prize! Get the list of clues at the information booth (Saturday: 10am – 4pm)Outdoor site
Slide, maze, quidditch, small cars, rope games, mini-golf and more! (Saturday: 10 am – 4:30 pm)Outdoor site
8h30 – 10h30Cultural Centre
Brunch + Silent AuctionCultural Centre
Fredo the magician
Magic Show for childrenGazebo
9 pm : Fredo le Magicien / 10 pm : Roger Dallaire et Daniel Gervais et gouter. 40$ /personne – includes shows and lunch. Tickets available at 780-624-8481.Cultural Center
40 $ per person – includes shows (9pm: Fredo the Magician – 10pm: Roger Dallaire and Daniel Gervais) and lunch. Tickets available at 780-624-8481.Cultural Centre
Join us for our colorful and lively opening show: Special Guests, Plein Soleil Dancers, Crowning of King or Queen (7:00 pm – 8:00 pm)Cultural Center
Site et Food Booths Open
See “Food”for détails.
Discover the artists!
Friday 22h30 / Saturday 15h
It was in the furrows of Portneuf County that the idea for Carotté was born in 2013 under the leadership of Médé Langlois. This colorful character is the proud descendant of a line of farmers established along the Chemin du Roy since 1667, and today he continues the ancestral tradition by cultivating the land. From the beginning, folk music has animated the family farm and brought together the inhabitants of the surrounding area. Since childhood, Médé has been immersed in this cultural heritage before discovering punk rock in high school. Seemingly far apart, these two musical currents were ostracized in their respective eras while exalting the same participatory values. Médé naturally nourished the desire to associate them. This desire became a reality after he met Les Quéteux, a group that regularly performs at a local market. To this traditional trio composed of Manuel Lavallée (banjo, harmonica, acoustic guitar, Jew's harp), Étienne Bourré-Denis (fiddle, mandolin, Jew's harp, clapper) and Simon Lavallée (bass) are added two survivors of the punk band Eric Panic: Éric Roberge (vocals) and Max Doré (drums).Website
Friday 19h / Saturday 21h
Roger Dallaire is a storyteller, musician, actor, puppeteer, folklorist, and...gentleman farmer. His interactive shows reveal the energy, humor and fantasy of an outstanding storyteller and surprising artist.Website
Details to come!
Joël Lavoie (LaVoie Ferrée)
Joel Lavoie is an award winning singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and producer originally from Peace River, Alberta. Joel has been very active in the local Alberta francophone music scene from the early days with his family band Lé Twés (Those Guys) to performing with some of Alberta’s best musicians. Joel has performed on stages across the continent from the celebrations of Alberta’s 100th anniversary, “Alberta at the Smithsonian” in Washington D.C, USA in 2005, to the Winter Olympics of 2010 in Vancouver, and at the Festival de México en el Centro Histórico in 2010 with his ensemble Non-Non-Non.
With his band LaVoie Ferré, Joël is accompanied by the excellent musicians: Daniel Gervais, Jeremiah McDade, Thom Bennet, Pierre-Paul Bugeauld and Manon Reid!
Les Plein Soleil
Friday 19h / Saturday 10h30
This local folk dance troupe has been sharing their passion for jigging and folkore with dancers of all ages for 40 years! The troupe adapts to its environment and presents a colorful show for the Enchanted Forest theme!Website
We will have the chance to discover young artists from our region!