Pavillon des Arts et de la Culture

10.1e Pavillon des arts et de la culture

This building was originally the Sisco Methodist chapel. It was built in 1923.


10.2e Pavillon des arts et de la culture

Today it houses the Coaticook Pavilion of Arts and Culture.


10.3e Pavillon des arts et de la culture

Strange but true : Although its address is at 116 Wellington Street, actually, there is no door at this address. It’s because the entrance to the original church was at this address.


10.4e Question: Pavillon des arts et de la culture

In which year did the Town of Coaticook acquire this church to create a Centre for the Arts?


10.5e Answer: Pavillon des arts et de la culture

1993

10.6e Jeanne Bachand-Dupuis

Mme Bachand is one of the personages on the Pioneer Trail. Inauguration : September 15th, 2013.
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Bridge Between Town and Country (Coaticook)

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