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MONTRÉAL HIGHLAND GAMES

2019 edition To be announced

DOUGLAS HOSPITAL GROUNDS
A massive celebration of Scottish culture with music, dancing, and artistic competitions.

SCHEDULE AND TICKETS: montrealhighlandgames.qc.ca

8th EDITION - FESTIVAL MARIONNETTES PLEIN LA RUE

2019 edition To be announced

Rue Wellington, between Boulevard LaSalle and 6e Avenue

Balloons, confetti, and trumpets on Rue Wellington! Twenty troupes from Québec and outside the province will show off their stuff on the Promenade Wellington. Mainly focused on short puppet shows, the Festival Marionnettes Plein la Rue offers a vast array of moving and fascinating performances.

Program: promenadewellington.com


Ateliers Culture@Verdun

2019 edition To be announced

To celebrate the Journées de la culture, each year the borough of Verdun offers you the opportunity to discover the cultural richness and diversity of Verdun by taking part in many free activities.

Official Web site of the Journées de la culture.


Macadam littéraire

2019 edition To be announced

Rue Wellington

Writers and artists appropriate the shops and public spaces along Rue Wellington to celebrate the rich literary oeuvre of Réjean Ducharme. And don’t miss the musical performances on offer!

In collaboration with the Festival international de la littérature (FIL), the Association des libraires du Québec (ALQ) and the Librairie de Verdun


Cabane Panache et Bois

2019 edition To be announced

Promenade Wellington (Rue Wellington between Rue Galt and Rue De l'Église)

Free admission

La Cabane Panache et Bois rond sets up shop on Rue Wellington! Celebrate maple syrup season to the max: get your groove on to festive music, feast on sugar shack delights, and check out local artisans and producers!

An activity presented by the SDC Wellington and the borough of Verdun.

 

TD Summer Reading Club 2019: Indulge your passions

2019 edition To be announced

The TD Summer Reading Club, which helps children identify, explore and share their passions.

Through reading, activities and discussions, children in the Club are invited to explore new and fascinating worlds and discover the transformative power of their passions.

A Montréal library membership is required to join the club and take part in the activities. Go to the library counter at the nearest Verdun library to register. Members must be between the ages of 0 and 13.

 

Portageons la fête!

2019 edition To be announced

Maison Nivard-De Saint-Dizier (7244 Boulevard LaSalle)

Free admission

Transport yourself back to the days of New France along the river bank and at Maison Nivard-De Saint-Dizier: activites for families, historical re-enactments, celebrations of Indigenous culture and much more!