Boutique de l’Atelier invites you to discover the works of artists Liliane Gagnon and Jacques Baril. Gagnon is a miniature sculptor and painter and Baril is the author of monumental, metal and ephemeral sculptures that are part of the region’s cultural heritage.
556, Chemin de la Rivière Est, Gallichan
This baroque-style church was built in 1942 with fieldstones. In the basement, you may see an exhibition of paintings by artists of the region, as well as the antique collection of Mr. Édouard Miljours.
563, route du Village, Rapide-Danseur
Centre d’art Rotary presents several exhibitions by artists from here and elsewhere as well as scientific exhibitions. In the lobby, an outstanding quilt illustrates 75 years of local history. The shop offers a wide selection of gift items made by artists and artisans of the region.
195, rue Principale, La Sarre
1976. The story takes place at the Lauzon’s, in a mining village of Abitibi. An original creation not to be missed featuring music and songs by famous songwriters from Abitibi.
74, avenue du Chemin de Fer Est, La Sarre
1 866 891-6342
Come visit the premises of Centre d’interprétation de la foresterie, which features a collection of tools used for forestry decades ago. Discover the history of the region as told by its geography, forestry and archeology.
600, rue Principale La Sarre
Discover Chazel’s former municipal office and history. Vestiges of the past, the farm buildings house animals and forest and agricultural equipment used in the period of colonization.
857, rang 10-1 Est, Chazel
Café Elkoza proposes a warm and friendly atmosphere to discover the works of artists and artisans of the region while enjoying a specialty coffee or a delicious meal.
90, 1e rue Est, Macamic
The Collection Claude-Morin, it is 30 horse carriages dating back to the end of the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th century. There are also over three hundred artefacts linked to domestic life or the use of horses.
630, 2e-et-3e rang de Colombourg, Macamic (Colombourg)
This school welcomed children from 1937 to 1958. It is very representative of one-room schoolhouses in Quebec both in terms of physical environment and educational material. This live theatre presentation will allow you to experience a typical class day of the 1940s.
269, rang 2 (route 111), Authier
1 866 336-3289
Built in 1911, the D. Montreuil General Store is one of the oldest historic buildings in Abitibi. The century-old, boomtown-style structure has been restored and moved to downtown Taschereau, so visitors can more easily appreciate this memorial to the town’s past.
52, rue Morin, Taschereau