Tatamagouche, Nova Scotia

Creamery Square is an historic waterfront development site in Tatamagouche, located along the Northumberland Shore’s scenic Sunrise Trail driving route that boasts a unique combination of exciting and interactive visitor activities.

Creamery Square is heritage, culture, entertainment & community. All we’re missing is you!


The very popular Farmers’ Market provides a vibrant facility to support local farm products, crafts, baked goods, artisans and more. The new waterfront canopy built onto the Farmers’ Market will impress you with a spectacular view of the Waugh River.

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The national award-winning Margaret Fawcett Norrie Heritage Centre will delight and educate visitors of all ages with professionally designed interactive exhibits. Investigate detailed genealogy records, maps and more in our Resource Centre.

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The 160 seat Grace Jollymore Joyce Arts Centre is the scene of local and regional concerts, theatre, trade shows, conferences, weddings, banquets, workshops, drama, visual arts, festivals, rentals and special events. It features, as its foyer, the Ice House, repurposed and moved from another location on the Creamery Square property, to function as the main entrance and a visual arts display area.

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Tour our Boat Shop and watch as historic, interpretive boat building skills are demonstrated in the construction of the 18th century wooden boat called the Chaloupe. A sales & information kiosk as well as public washrooms with shower facilities are accessible in this building located adjacent to the Heritage Centre.

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Creamery Square is located on Waugh’s River in Tatamagouche, Nova Scotia.The site is managed by the Creamery Square Association and features The Tatamagouche Farmers’ Market operated by the Tatamagouche Farmers’ Market Cooperative, and The Margaret Fawcett Norrie Heritage Centre under the supervision of the Creamery Square Heritage Society.

The last phase of construction is now completed. The Grace Jollymore Joyce Arts Centre, is managed and operated by the Creamery Square Arts Society