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MoreUpcoming Activities in Montreal

Visit the Montreal Families' Camp Fair

Planning to send your child to summer camp this year? A great way to gather information is by dropping by our fair on Feb. 18, 2018.

Paw Patrol’s canine crew comes to town

English performances take place on Dec. 28 at Centre Pierre Charbonneau

Puppet workshops offered in Hudson

Kids can learn how to make their own puppets and take part in a show

Snowy obstacle course a neat way to enjoy the outdoors

The Abominable Snow Course in Rigaud offers something for every member of the family

New museum exhibit offers multitude of fun for kids

Topsy-Turvy Storyland at the McCord Museum celebrates fairytales...with a twist or two

New skate-lending initiative makes the sport more accessible

More Canadian kids will be able to take to the ice with the launch of this new, national program
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MoreCommunity News

Fête des Neiges offers new and improved activities

Thousands of families head to Jean Drapeau park every winter to enjoy a multitude of activities at our winter festival

Dad creates app to force his son to respond to text messages

The App, ReplyASAP, freezes all activity on a cell phone until a child responds to his or her parent's message

New toy store opens in N.D.G.

Ojeux carries board games, educational toys, puzzles, dollhouses, wooden toys, superhero figurines, musical instruments, costumes, toy trains, remote-control drones, and more

Educational programs about animals aim to teach empathy

ENGAGE: Animal Welfare Education offers several ways for kids to help out at shelters and learn about pets

West Island school board lauded for digital citizenship program

The Lester B Pearson School program gets top marks from the authors of a book about successful initiatives at Canadian schools

Beehive program a sweet way to learn about science & entrepreneurship

A Montreal company that specializes in beehive installation and maintenance is offering students a chance to get hands-on experience
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MoreWinter Fun

Montreal Winter Festivals

A listing of Montreal area winter festivals and carnivals

New skating trail opens at Olympic Park Village

Every year, this Olympic village invites families to take part in various outdoor activities and listen to live music

Fête des Neiges offers new and improved activities

Thousands of families head to Jean Drapeau park every winter to enjoy a multitude of activities at our winter festival

Adirondacks ski getaway accepts Canadian dollar at par

The Titus Ski Centre is making it more affordable for Canadian families to ski south of the border

Snowy obstacle course a neat way to enjoy the outdoors

The Abominable Snow Course in Rigaud offers something for every member of the family

New skate-lending initiative makes the sport more accessible

More Canadian kids will be able to take to the ice with the launch of this new, national program
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MoreFeatured Articles

Smuggers’ Notch ups the ante with entertainment complex

With the addition of FunZone 2.0, kids have absolutely no excuse, rain or shine, to complain of boredom at this Vermont resort

Website helps support children dealing with grief

Developed by a team of grief experts and families who have experienced loss, this comprehensive new website has a multitude of resources and tips to help parents support their kids through grief

Educational programs about animals aim to teach empathy

ENGAGE: Animal Welfare Education offers several ways for kids to help out at shelters and learn about pets

Bikers offer support for abused children

Bikers Against Child Abuse is an organization that recruits motorcyclists to support kids

Program helps mothers re-enter the workforce

A free initiative run by the YWCA and funded by Emploi Quebec helps mothers fine tune their skills, get an internship and hopefully gain future employment

New museum exhibit offers multitude of fun for kids

Topsy-Turvy Storyland at the McCord Museum celebrates fairytales...with a twist or two
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