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Activities

The Verdun borough offers a full slate of sports and recreation activities in winter and summer. Consult the Summer 2019 activities program (in French only) in to find out more.

Go to Loisirs Montréal (in French only) to register online for activities offered in Verdun and view the activities offered across the entire city.

To register online, please have in your possession:

  • A Biblio-Loisirs card for each person to register (including children under 6)
  • Credit card (VISA or MasterCard)
  • Valid e-mail address

Register in 10 easy steps
1.Go to loisirs.montreal.ca;
2.Select the session (spring 2018, summer 2018, or day camps 2018);
3.Select the borough of Verdun;
4.Consult the activities offered;
5.To add activities, click on the green basket to the left of each activity;
6.When you finish selecting your activities, click on “next step” at the bottom of the page;
7.Name the person you wish to register for each activity, indicating his or her Biblio-Loisirs card number and the telephone number listed on his or her file;
8.To make your payment, enter the payer’s Biblio-Loisirs card number, e-mail address and telephone number in the duly marked fields;
9.Continue by clicking on “Proceed to checkout” at the bottom of the screen;
10.Indicate the method of payment, enter the information requested, and click on “pay”.

Biblio-Loisirs card

Obtain your Biblio-Loisirs card and benefit from the many advantages it offers: purchase a membership to practice various activities (tennis, indoor swimming), reserve a badminton court in a borough gymnasium, and take part in sporting activities free of charge at specific gymnasiums in the borough of Verdun (for youth aged 6 to 17). The Biblio-Loisirs card is available at the Marcel-Giroux and Elgar community centres, the Verdun Library and the Accès Verdun offices. To find out more about the Biblio-Loisirs card.

Registration, memberships and ticket office

Registration and ticket office locations
Community centres

Registration, pre-registration and renewal of registration for courses
Winter: as of Monday, December 4 • 9:30 a.m.
Spring: as of Monday, February 13 • 9:30 a.m.

Some organizations manage the registration for their activities. Registration will not be accepted if the course began more than three weeks earlier (courses managed by the borough).

When a person’s presence in a recreation activity is required solely in order to support and assist a person or persons with a disability, the Verdun borough allows that person to participate in activities free of charge. No admission fee will be charged to that person.

Please note that borough staff reserve the right to cancel a course or an activity without notice.

Information

514-765-7150  514-765-7270

*All the information and fees featured on this site are subject to change without notice, and fees include taxes, where applicable.

 

Badminton court rental

Hourly court rental

Badminton court rentals for free practice in various gymnasiums.
Participants must bring their own racquets and birdies. A supervisor is present on-site to ensure that the rental schedule is respected.

Regulations / hourly court rental

Mandatory Biblio-Loisir card
1. The court may be rented 15 days before the date of use
2. One court per person
3. Telephone reservations are accepted if the court time is paid the same day
4. No reimbursements
5. Minimum of two players per court, maximum of four players per court

Information
514-765-7150

Free swimming (FREE)

Piscine de l’Académie Beurling
6100 Boulevard Champlain (entrance behind the school)

Telephone (after 3 p.m. during the week): 514 798-8868
Telephone (at all other times): 311 or 514 765-7150

Schedule

Fall: September 23 to November 28, 2018
Winter: January 8 to March 11, 2019
Spring: March 12 to May 20, 2019

Free swim for families

Wednesday: 7 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Friday: 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Saturday: 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Sunday: 4:15 p.m. to 6 p.m.

Free swim for adults

Monday: 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Wednesday: 8 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Friday: 8 p.m. to 9 p.m.

The Académie pool is closed in winter.
For a list of swimming pools open in summer, go to wading pools and splash pads.

Information

Verdun borough
Telephone: 514-765-7150 and 514-765-7270

Day camps

Summer day camps

DATE FOR REGISTRATION AND PROGRAM TO BE ANNOUNCED IN 2019 

Youth aged 5 to 14 will experience unforgettable moments this summer thanks to day camps offered by community-based organizations partnered with the borough of Verdun. Contact the organizations directly for details on registration and fees.

Association de soccer GE
E-mail: academiedesoccerge@gmail.com


Association de soccer mineur de Verdun
E-mail: administration@soccerverdun.com


Ateliers Beaux-Arts du Rivage
514-507-5843


Camp Énergie
514-910-4592


Club de tennis Île-des-Soeurs
514-766-1208


Club de tennis Woodland
E-mail: info@tenniswoodland.com


Corporation L'Espoir
514-367-3757


École chinoise nouveau siècle
514-967-8258


École de cirque de Verdun
514-768-5812


Grandir sans frontières
514-581-3223


Groupe Animaction
514-800-2664


L'Ancre des jeunes
514-769-1654


La Station
514-766-4301


Phoenix Triathlon,
info@phoenixtriathlon.org


Pro-Actif Santé
514-768-4060


Dawson Boys & Girls Club
514-767-9967, extension 230


Toujours ensemble
514-761-7867

 For complete details on day camps in Verdun, go to Loisirs Montréal.
  

Holiday season day camps

An organization offers day camps in Verdun during the holiday season.

École chinoise nouveau siècle
514-967-8258
xsjschool.org

Spring break

The Verdun borough offers a host of fun-filled activities for kids during spring break.
Activities in libraries, sporting activities and shows for families.

Complete program available in municipal facilities and at Loisirs Montréal.

Organizations offering day camps during this period:

Ateliers Beaux-Arts du rivage
514-07-5843
ateliersbeauxarts.com


École chinoise nouveau siècle
514-967-8258
xsjschool.org


Grandir sans frontières
514-581-3223
Grandirsansfrontieres.org


Dawson Boys & Girls Club
514-767-9967
dawson.bgccan.com

 

Passeport jeunesse

In accordance with Montréal’s recently adopted Policy on Children, the borough, in collaboration with several partners, offers the Passeport jeunesse, a tool that lets youth aged 17 and under and their families discover free activities offered by the borough and community-based organizations in Verdun. Passeport jeunesse holders who participate in a day activity receive a stamp.

Prizes to win
Participation in any of the 20 activities offered year-round as part of the Passeport jeunesse initiative have a chance to win several prizes, including an Apple gift card for $500, five gift certificates for $100 to the Librairie de Verdun, and two gift certificates for $500 to Cycles Campus Verdun.

Where to obtain a Passeport jeunesse
“Passeports jeunesse” are available at the Marcel-Giroux and Elgar community centre reception desks, and at libraries and Accès Montréal offices during the week of January 22, 2018.

Contest regulations

  • Only children aged 0 to 17 may hold a Passeport jeunesse.
  • Passeports jeunesse are stamped by a person in charge, only on the day of an event.
  • Limit of one Passeport jeunesse per child
  • Participation in a day activity is mandatory to receive a stamp.
  • Limit of one prize per person
  • The Passeport jeunesse must be returned to the Centre communautaire Marcel-Giroux, the Bibliothèque Jacqueline-De Repentigny or the Centre communautaire Elgar by no later than December 10, 2018.
  • Winners will be informed by telephone on the day of the draw, December 17, 2018.