Sample a myriad of local flavours prepared specially for you.
Racine, founded in 1912, took its name from the first bishop of the Diocese of Sherbrooke, Mgr. Racine. A unique and welcoming small community, Racine stands out for its social innovations and numerous avant-garde cooperatives. The Coopérative de Solidarité Agroalimentaire de Racine operates the Marché Locavore local products market in the summer, and the Maison du Marché market year round. Those who love the Créateurs de saveurs brand will enjoy chatting with producers and savouring their products in a friendly atmosphere. Proud of its roots, Racine has been organizing one of the largest celebrations of St. Jean Baptiste Day (Quebec’s national holiday) in the region since 1979.