The Management and personnel’s quality policy ensures they offer the best possible service and that they meet your satisfaction.

Quality is based on 2 principles:
• Consistency or assurance of a continuous level of quality
• Compliance or respect of the requirements contained in the quality system documentation

Our Mission
Preserve and help the local clientele and tourists discover the heritage treasures, which are: the life of a select fishing club of the 20th century and that of an exceptional species, the Atlantic salmon, presented at the Matamajaw Historical Site.

Our Values
Offer our visitors access to heritage sites while respecting conservation and the policy on posted prices; Offer a clean and safe environment; Offer a quality hospitality service.

Our Commitments
Offer quality services that meet the expectations of our guests; Welcome our guests in a courteous and enthusiastic manner; Do our work in a competent and professional manner.

                           The Matamajaw Historical Site management team and personnel

Season 2015

2015-06-03

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ACTIVITIES AND IMPORTANT DATES TO REMEMBER FOR THE 2015 SEASON - June 17th to September 8th

The museums Matamajaw and Dr Joseph Frenette’s house are open from June 17 to September 8.

ART GALLERY-MATAMAJAW’S TEAROOM

Tuesday to Sunday, 11h30am to 5h30pm from June 17 to September 8. We have a wide selection on tea and cuteness proposed to you. Free admission.

Exhibition

June 17 to September 8: You can see an exposition of painting called Café, resto et bistro, from the artist Marie-France Lauzier, presented at the Art Gallery and Tea Room all summer long.

Musical Thursday

Every Thursday starting at 5h pm from June 25 to August 27, come enjoy the benefits of various regional artists. Free entrance and bar service.

Theatre

August 19, 19:00, come to attend to family drama “Au pied de la lettre” on Matamajaw terrace! Open to the public.

INFORMATIONS: 418 756 5999 OR 418 756 6048

Faucus inc. as a non-profit organization that receives no funding from federal or provincial governments. Its income comes mainly from entry fees and gift shop sales. Any donation will be much appreciated. A receipt will be issued for your contribution. We thank you for your generosity.

Matamajaw Historical Site is on the Réseau Muséal du Bas-Saint-Laurent!


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