Welcome to Dorchester, New Brunswick, Canada
News & Events
- The Service New Brunswick Damage Report line is 1-888-298-8555 or report online to http://www.snb.ca/
- Caution Required - Due to the rain, snow melt, etc., some roads are closed to through traffic. Route 106 going to Memramcook and going to Sackville are closed. Route 935 has water over the road just past the tracks. Pay attention to roadsides when you want to pull over to the side as runoff has washed away roadsides in various locations. Lower Walker Road is likely very muddy. Woodlawn Road and King Street are the options for the time being. Proceed with caution.
- Please note that a notice in the April newsletter under Red Cross was in fact not legitimate and had nothing whatsoever to do with the Red Cross. We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused to both the Red Cross organization and to our readers.
- The April 2014 newsletter PLUS Tantramar Seniors College flyer and Sackville Hospital Fundraiser flyer are now up.
- 2014 - Dorchester School Reunion - This summer coming, we will be hosting the Second Dorchester Reunion and you are all invited!! This will be during the Annual Sandpiper Festival, which is taking place July 25, 26, & 27, 2014. More to follow.
- The "2014 People's Choice Photo Exhibit & Contest" will be held July 25, 26, 27, 2014 during the Annual Sandpiper Festival. For the photo of the finalists click here.
- The Village of Dorchester February 2013 issue issue (5.5 mb pdf)is here.
- Sandpiper Festival 2008 Photos .
- Pay your Water and Sewer bill online
Welcome to the historic Village of Dorchester!
Located on the Tintamarre/Tantramar scenic loop between Sackville and Memramcook, Dorchester overlooks Shepody Bay and some of the most breathtaking scenery in New Brunswick. Our close proximity to the City of Moncton allows us to enjoy the pleasures of rural living, with only a short commute to shopping and work.
The Village is home to the "World's Largest Sandpiper" and the annual Sandpiper Festival. Each year, between mid-July and mid-September, more than 80% of the world's Semipalmated Sandpipers flock to the shores of Johnson's Mills, just minutes from the Village center. Ranging in groups of 10 to flocks of 125,000, these tiny birds perform aerial displays that attract visitors from around the world.
Come spend some time with us. Explore our heritage, our nature and a host of attractions. You may find that, like our birds, after you've visited once you're bound to return again!