Sandi Komst workshop at the Fraser

Artist Sandi Komst from Murray Harbour, PEI  will be conducting an acrylic painting workshop at the Fraser Cultural Centre, Sept 20, 21 and 22, 2017.
This workshop is open to painters of all levels.
To register, you may print the forms and send by mail OR you may call Debra 902 657 0491 or the Fraser 902 657 3285 and register by phone and mail your cheques.
We have also provided a list of where to eat and where to find accommodation in Tatamagouche.
Debra Martyn
Vice President, Northumberland Arts Council

Where to Eat and Sleep in Tatamagouche


Caper Cafe – opposite Big Als
Great Breakfast, all you can drink good coffee, rents 3 person cycles in the summer. serves dinner, B&B.

Derados Pizza and Donair
 on main street – 902-657-9000

Chowder House  O
pen daily from 0700 to 20.00, good local food – good lobster or fish chowder, try the pan fried haddock and chips or simply fish & chips.– 902 657 2223

Big Al’s 
for pub food – large portions-open daily, 902-657-3341

Train Station Inn 
–  (summer only) nice dining in dining car, coffee and breakfast in station1-888-724-5233

Tipperary Bakery 08.00-18.00 on Main Street next to Pharmacy.
Good coffee and fresh baked goods open 7 days. 902-657-3388

Dexters Buchery. Main Street Tatamagouche, close Tata Brewery. Excellent meats, sausages, cold cuts, sandwiches ect. Locally made by Dexter.


Caper Cafe B&B – 902-657-0054

Dolan’s, 3 Pine Street – 902.396.8986

Balmoral Motel: – main Street opposite Foodland – (902) 657-2000

Train Station Inn: Downtown – 888-724-5233

Forest Haven Inn: route 311 just outside of town 902 657 2962