News and Events

Good afternoon everyone. I hope that you are all doing well during this crisis. Because of the current situation with the Covid-19, we will be postponing the application process for bursaries until late summer. The bursaries will be awarded in early fall. If there are any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact us. Thank you and stay safe_______ The St. Martins Village Council is in search of a volunteer to be EMO Coordinator for the village and surrounding area. Training will be provided. If you are interested, please contact the Village Office for more information 506-833-2010 or email ---------------------------------------------------------St. Martins Baptist Church, 211 Main Street (506)833-2250 , Sunday Service 9:30 am..... St. Martins United Church, 24 Main Street, Morning Service.... St. Williams Catholic Church, 2354 Rte 111, Saturday Service 4:00 pm... Old Home Week – Third full week in July... St. Martins Summer Theatre – July 6 - 9 (contact – Linda Copage 833-2220)... St. Martins Farmer’s Market, Community Center, 73 Main Street, Sundays, June 26 until September 6... Quaco Museum, 236 Main Street, June hours, Tuesday-Saturday 10am-4pm; July & August, Daily...10am-4pm... Betty Thibodeau Library, 236 Main Street, July & August, Tuesday-Saturday 10am-4pm... Royal Canadian Legion Branch #63, 77 Main Street, Meetings – every 2nd Thursday @7pm (PresidentMargaret LeBlanc 833-4586)... St. Martins Lions Club, 36 Main Street, Meetings—every 3rd Wednesday @7pm (President – Greg Speight)... Village Office – 73 Main Street – hours Monday, Wednesday & Thursday 9:30-4:30.. 833-2010... St. Martins Post Office – 2551 Route 111, Hours 9-12:30; 1:30-5:00 (M,W &F); 9-12:30; 1:30-5:30 (T &Th) 833-1108... Other----- Ambulance 911, Route 111... Fire Dept 911, 73 Main Street.... 4 Season Complex, Route 111, St. Martins School, Main Street