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Festival des petits poissons des chenaux 

2025 dates to be announced (february)
8, rue Marcotte
Sainte-Anne-de-la-Pérade (Qc), Canada
G0X 2J0
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During three weekends, the fishing village on the Sainte-Anne River holds a lively festival. Those who enjoy outdoor activities, even in cold weather, will be pleased to see new events added to the ice. Everyone is welcome, fishermen or not, though it is an excellent time to rent a fishing cabin for the whole family! Les Petits Poissons des Chenaux is hosting a variety of activities during the festival, including the mascot Gigoteau's birthday, music shows, inflatable games, pony rides, tomcod tastings, and more. Visit the web site to find the complete schedule online.

2025 dates to be announced (february)
8, rue Marcotte
Sainte-Anne-de-la-Pérade (Qc), Canada
G0X 2J0

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On-site activities
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Dancing and Music    
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Ice Skating    
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Snowmobiling    
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Family Activities    
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Shows    
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Tastings    
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Ice Fishing    
 
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