Val d'espoir Carnival

Val d'espoir Carnival

The carnival of Val d'Espoir is active since 1966. Over the years, the carnival has been the pride of the village of Val d'Espoir, in the hinterland of Percé. In 2019, he celebrated his 54th anniversary and is already preparing his 55e edition. It is one of the oldest Carnival in Quebec and its success is assured, year after year, by committed citizens in their community. The Val d'Espoir Carnival attracts people from all over the region and features musical nights, poker nights, a public market, entertainment, community meals, snowmobile races, and more.

Click here to visit the Carnival Facebook page of Val d'Espoir

Val d'Espoir currently has about 190 families with a population of over 400 souls. People from all over the world and young families have settled there in recent years and contribute to the ecological and economic growth of the village: Producing health together, the Percé Rock Solidarity Cooperative, Bio-Gardens The Musée La Vieille Église, the Val-Heureux Theater, the Sports Corporation, the Auval microbrewery, and Fred the Marmot du Québec, among others, have sprung up over the last few years. Val d'Espoir celebrated its 85th anniversary in 2017 and is part of the municipality of Percé.