No break for activities during School Break Week in Lachine

Last updated February 28, 2022
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There is no break for cultural and sports activities in Lachine!

Take part in the many activities offered to families during School Break Week :

Public access to College Sainte-Anne’s swimming pool and wading pool is available to borough residents. Here is the schedule for spring break, which is very family-friendly. Online reservations at, 48 hours in advance from noon to noon the same day.

Saturday February 26 : 2-4 p.m. and 4:30-6 p.m.
Sunday February 27 : 2-4 p.m
Thursday March 3 : 10:30 a.m.-12 p.m. and 12:30-2 p.m.
Friday March 4: 12:30-2 p.m., 2:30-4 p.m. and 4:30-6 p.m.

Find out how to reserve a time slot and all the public swimming hours.

Test your knowledge and your sense of observation with the questionnaire on the sculpture garden at Parc René-Lévesque organized by the Musée de Lachine. On foot or on cross-country skis, enjoy beautiful hikes in this park, which was chosen as Lieu coup de coeur by Opération patrimoine Montreal in 2019.

Many skating rinks are open depending on the weather. You can practice open skating and stick  and puck here. Before you go, check out the conditions at winter activity sites.

Welcome centers at parcs Carignan, Dixie, Kirkland and LaSalle are open from 10:30 a.m.-10 p.m., from February 28 until March 4.

Check out the extended hours at the Aréna Pierre “Pete” Morin and reserve your place. Online reservations at, 48 hours in advance from noon to noon the same day.

Glide along the 21.3-km La Riveraine trail! Mechanically groomed, the trail begins at Parc Summerlea in Lachine, runs across LaSalle’s shoreline from end to end and finishes at Parc Arthur-Therrien in Verdun. La Riveraine also includes a loop in the magnificent Parc René-Lévesque.

However, for safety reasons, some sections of the trail will be inaccessible, for example from chemin du Canal to 6e Avenue, from 21e to 34e Avenue and under Honoré-Mercier bridge in LaSalle.  

Check the conditions of the trails and the map.

Parc Grovehill, a well-known spot for sliding enthusiasts, is designed to provide you with an enjoyable winter experience. From February 26 until March 6, the heated trailer is open from 10 a.m.-7 p.m. depending on the weather. 

Did you know the the Bibliothèque Saul-Bellow has sleds for you to use? You can borrow a variety of sports equipment like crampons, walking sticks and snowshoes for children and adults by presenting your library card.

À fleur de ville avec M. Gazon, a free circus show is offered to children at L’Entrepôt. However, it is mandatory to get your tickets online to secure your seats.

Until March 7, send us a picture of your snowman. You may win prizes, thanks to the generosity of Lachine merchants.

Lachine libraries invite you to participate in several activities on the Zoom platform.

At bibliothèque Saul-Bellow>
Two giant games are available during open hours. Play Power 4 or checkers with your family!

At bibliothèque de Saint-Pierre
LEGO blocks and the Power 4 Giant game are available during open hours.

Visit the Web site Montréal joue for more activities.

Some activities at the librairies