Parc de Gros-Cap

For a third year, Parc de Gros-Cap invites you to come and listen to the stories told by Nicolas Landry. With an approach that is both probing and sensitive, this young storyteller takes his audience to a destination that straddles modernity and tradition. When? Tuesdays, at 8 pm. And you won't want to miss the traditional music sessions from here and elsewhere which will again be scheduled on Thursday evenings, starting at 8 pm. Musicians: bring your instruments!

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Contact

74, road du Camping
L'Étang-du-Nord, G4T 3P2
(Quebec, Canada)

Phone : 418 986-4505 Phone : 418 986-4505 Toll Free : 1 800 986-4505 Toll Free : 1 800 986-4505 Fax : 418 986-4523


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Activities

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    Traditional music sessions

    And you won't want to miss the traditional music session from here and elsewhere. Musicians: bring your instruments!

    Length
    2h00
    Detailed rate
    Voluntary contribution for the organization that works for the continuity of the traditional music on the Islands.
    Schedule
    Thursday evenings, starting at 8 pm
  • Storytelling evening with Nicolas Landry

    Storytelling evening with Nicolas Landry

    Storytelling evening with Nicolas Landry, one of the most populat storyteller of the Islands. The «Cap à Maquereaux» Tale is only and french.

    Length
    1h00
    Detailed rate
    20$ / adult
    Free / less than 12
    Schedule
    Every monday, wednesday and friday at 8PM
    At the Star Room (Salle de l'étoile)
    Dates
    From July 9th to August 22th
  • Sandcastles construction workshop

    Sandcastles construction workshop

    Come and learn how to build a sandcastle with one of the best sandcastle builder on the Islands. He will show you his trick and expertise in order to scuplt the Islands sand.

    Length
    2h00
    Detailed rate
    8$/children
    12/adult
    Schedule
    Every mondays and wednesday from 10AM to 12PM
    Dates
    From July 9 to August 22

Meeting rooms

  • Salle de l'Auberge de Gros-Cap

    Capacity
    School : 50 personnes
    Theater : 30 personnes
    Meeting : 50 personnes
    U : 25 personnes
    Banquet : 40 personnes
    Cocktail : 50 personnes

    Dimensions
    Length : 45 ft (13.72m)
    Width : 25 ft (7.62m)
    Height : 8 ft (2.44m)

  • Salle de l'Étoile

    Capacity
    School : 80 personnes
    Theater : 80 personnes
    Meeting : 80 personnes
    U : 30 personnes
    Banquet : 70 personnes
    Cocktail : 80 personnes

    Dimensions
    Length : 50 ft (15.24m)
    Width : 25 ft (7.62m)
    Height : 10 ft (3.05m)

General information

Managers Frédéric Côté
Island Cap aux Meules Island
Nearest Beach La Martinique Beach
Distance from the beach 0 km
We speak Français, English
Additional Information
  • Access to the beach
  • Wireless Internet
Payment methods accepted

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    Festival international Contes en Îles

    The international Storytelling Festival "Contes en Îles", flagship of oral heritage in the Magdalen Islands is coming back for a 16th edition. This year, bearers of different histories and traditions will plow the land and scour the seas in order to harvest for you the fruits of the collective imaginary. Madelinots storytellers will once again be joined by artists from the mainland, the Americas or overseas in the context of performances, chats, narrated excursions and awards.  

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    Nicolas Landry, conteur

    A poet of the sea, the wind and the far horizon, this young Madelinot storyteller spreads his nets in the memories of his ancestors, speaking in homage to their wisdom and their heritage. In the accents of his younger days, he takes us on a tour of a society poised precariously between the traditional and modern worlds. He illustrates the importance of traditions and the uniqueness of his people. His stories, profound, subtle and sensitively rendered, bring to life the legends of Island life... a magical visit to his own personal corner of paradise.

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