About

La Société des Acadiens de la Région de Tor Baie:

A non-profit volunteer organization representing Acadians who live in, or have links and interest in the Tor Bay region of Guysborough County, Nova Scotia. Its goals are to promote and encourage Acadian culture, genealogy and history research and sharing this information with all who are interested in the Tor Bay Acadian families and communities. It attempts to develop effective means of facilitating communications and connecting voices regardless of location. It promotes the sharing of information to all interested people as regularly as possible and hold local  annual celebrations aimed at encouraging Acadian culture, genealogy, and history as well as provide family enjoyment in the area. It  also promotes le Parc de Nos Ancêtres, and Salle Acadienne as unique tourist gems for visitors and friends to visit.

Société des Acadiens Committee cut the ribbon at Opening Ceremony (2013)
Société des Acadiens Committee cut the ribbon at the Salle Acadienne Opening Ceremony (2013)
Gerrior family-Evelyn, Bill and Herman entertain the crowd.
Gerrior family-Evelyn, Bill and Herman entertain the crowd.
Artie Petitpas' artistic reproduction of Larry's River as it looked in early 1900s.
Artie Petitpas’ artistic reproduction of Larry’s River as it looked in early 1900s.
SARTB Executive cake cutting at opening ceremony
SARTB Executive cake cutting at opening ceremony