Did You Know…The Roman Catholic church on Indian Island is the third building on that site. The current church was built in 1897. Money was raised by the Mi’kmaq people holding picnics as well as through government assistance. The foundation was made of stone from Quarry Island and the lumber was from Spencer MacDonald’s mill in French River. Every year on the weekend closest to the Feast of Saint Anne (July 26th) a celebration is still held by the Mi’kmaq people which is the only time throughout the year when the Island has any amount of activity.