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6 Fall proposals
Published on
September 6, 2017
How are Montréal’s different neighbourhoods celebrating our magnificent town’s 375th birthday? Here are a few suggestions!

Good Neighbours in Lachine

A vast community happening for residents and visitors, with free theatre and music performances, sung and danced from Lachine’s balconies, street corners and parks.

September 30
Quartier Provost

Montréal’s Great Women—Their Stories in Music

Diane Dufresne - Montréal au féminin
A stunning presentation of the lives and stories of women who’ve made their mark on Montréal’s history! SOBAM, which promotes musical education, presents the contributions of Montréal’s leading women through musical folklore, as part of an interactive fresco performed by amateurs and professionals.

September 30
Maison de la culture de Pointe-aux-Trembles

October 15
St-Joseph Church, (Rivière-des-Prairies-Pointe-aux-Trembles)

Film factory

Usine à film de Michel Gondry
After stopovers in world cities like Sao Paulo, Moscow, New York, Paris or Tokyo, Michel Gondry’s Amateur Film Factory is coming to the Sud-Ouest in Montréal. Create your own film in three hours, free of charge!

Through October 15
Complexe Dompark Chromatic
Closed on Mondays

Viaduc 375

Viaduc 375
Trains have been rolling through Montréal for some 200 years. Learn more about their history on guided walking tours, accompanied by artistic performances highlighting the district’s revitalization, in this fine blend of art and history.

October 2 to 9
Van Horne trestle and area

2 îles, 2 histoires, 1 quartier

Exposition au cœur des racines haïtiennes
An exhibition that serves as a journey to the hearts of Saint-Michel’s Haitian roots. In this multisensory experience exploring themes of identity, collective and community memories, visitors are invited to take a multimedia tour plunging them into the community’s ancient and recent history.

October 6
Maison d’Haïti

Imagerie d’une métamorphose

An immersive multidisciplinary experience spotlighting local artists, giving a voice to Montréal’s founders. Explore Montréal’s history through this broad, sensitive, colourful and poetic prism.

October 6 to 15
Auditorium Paul-André-Michaud à Outremont


For a final tour of big birthday festivities around town, just visit 375mtl.com 

Celebrating 375 years of history!
In 2017, Montréal will bustle like seldom before, as the city reinvents itself, lights up and looks back on its rich history. Revisit the history of our rich metropolis and discover the urban projects that will transform our living environment.
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