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Downtown Montreal to host family-friendly events

Jardins Gamelin in the Quartier des Spectacles will host several free, daily activities for kids

Tons of kid-friendly fun at international balloon festival

Feast your eyes upon 125 balloons from around the world and take part in several kid-friendly activities in St. Jean-sur-Richelieu

Quebec arts festival to stop in six cities across the province

The event in Hudson will feature plenty of kid-friendly art workshops

Planetarium offers special viewing of partial solar eclipse

Free admission to the Planetarium Rio Tinto Alcan will be given to those who attend a viewing party

Parks Canada celebrates Archaeology Month with kid-friendly workshops

From exploring trails to battle demonstrations, children will have plenty to do at numerous National Historic Sites

West Island event celebrates Canadian heritage

The Community JamFest in Beaconsfield will have dance and mosaic workshops, live music, inflatables and more
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Free plays for kids all summer long in Montreal parks

Montreal's Theatre La Roulotte will be hosting outdoor performances of Bras de fer, which tells the story of an 11-year-old robot boy

New at Tremblant: nighttime walk & laser game

Tonga-Lumina is part of entertainment studio Moment Factory’s night walk series where participants immerse themselves in nature in search of a particular object or creature.

Exhibit reveals forgotten stories of orphans in Canada

Standing in the Light: Life Stories of British Home Children gives visitors a glimpse into the lives of orphans and paupers brought to Canada from Great Britain between 1869 and the late 1930s.

Ste. Anne de Bellevue boosting its summer activities

Family Thursdays will offer various activities and theme-related events for kids of all ages

Share the Warmth seeking donations for school supplies

The organization wants to provide underprivileged kids with new supplies for beginning of school year

Historic CP train offers fun activities for kids

The CP Canada 150 Train will make stops across the country and will offer tons of family-friendly activities
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Exhibit reveals forgotten stories of orphans in Canada

Standing in the Light: Life Stories of British Home Children gives visitors a glimpse into the lives of orphans and paupers brought to Canada from Great Britain between 1869 and the late 1930s.

Education Fair set for Sept. 24

A chance for parents to meet with representatives from many Montreal area private and public elementary and high schools as well as tutoring and learning centres

Be aware of tick bites this summer

When Lyme disease is suspected, it is important to see a doctor promptly to prevent complications. The faster treatment begins, the easier it is to cure. ​
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