All summer long, Montréal is exhibiting outdoor art in the boroughs. Discover sculptures, photographs, interactive installations and digital journeys by local artists in parks, commercial avenues and many other public spaces.
Did you know that the collection of the former video club Le Septième is available to Montréal library members? It includes more than 12,000 films produced from 1909 to 2012, along with TV series.
Starting August 7, the City invites you to discover the Grand sentier de l’Ouest. This 8.3 km long walking trail winds through agricultural and forest landscapes in the Parcs-nature Cap-Saint-Jacques and Pierrefonds-Ouest.
This season, Côte-des-Neiges—Notre-Dame-de-Grace cultural scene is coming back in a big way with a dazzling array of cultural offerings that are sure to impress.
Strict hygiene and physical distancing measures in all community gardens in order to ensure the health and safety of users.
The eternal wave, nicknamed “Vague à Guy” (Guy’s Wave) is located in the St. Lawrence River near the Parc des Rapides. It is an excellent site for surfing, kayaking and paddleboarding. Here is what you need to know before going there.
From July 10 until the fall, discover Points de vue – Souvenirs d’été, a visual and auditory journey presented in four parks in the borough of Lachine and focusing on summer recollections.
LDD moth caterpillars, which can be recognized by their red and blue spots, have become widespread in the city. Although these caterpillars can chew through a considerable amount of plant cover, the caterpillar is not harmful.
From June 21 to September 2, the Livres dans la rue program will travel to more than 100 parks to share the joys of reading with children ages 2 to 12.
The summer season is finally here! In LaSalle, there is no shortage of choices for cooling off! Here are the free options available to you…
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