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St-Viateur Bagel street party to raise money for children’s health research

The benefit will feature music, a kid zone, magicians, a barbecue and more

Festive activities at firefighter festival

The 11th edition of the festival will feature re-enactments, information booths and family-friendly activities

Unleash your inner Sherlock Holmes at the Science Centre

Visitors can search for clues and conduct experiments in the new CSI: The Experience exhibit

New Titan ride to dominate La Ronde skyline

The new ride is named after the giant creatures of Greek mythology that towered above the rest of civilization

Free Museum Day has become a mammoth event

Visitors can choose from more than 30 museums and 100 exhibits around Montreal for free on May 28

History of New France comes alive at four-day event

The event at Pointe-à-Callière features workshops, performances and an outdoor market
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Musical swings hit the right note with kids

21 Balançoires is a musical swing set located at Quartier des spectacles in Montreal where you can compose music by swinging

Annual event celebrates the world of horticulture

The Great Gardening Weekend celebrates its 20th anniversary with free one-day admission to the Botanical Garden

Consignment store offers money-saving option on kids’ clothes and toys

Boomerang Kids sells new and gently used kids' clothes, toys and accessories at a fraction of their retail price

Breaking bread during free parenting workshops

The Spaghetti Night Workshops aim to connect parents with young children in the community through family-style dinners and discussions

Giant Ferris-type wheel being set up at the Old Port

The observation wheel will offer tourists and locals a different perspective of the city's main attractions like the Jacques-Cartier Bridge and Mount Royal

Three ways to help local kids this spring

Several Montreal organizations are holding fundraising events to benefit children in need
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Three ways to help local kids this spring

Several Montreal organizations are holding fundraising events to benefit children in need

Nothing elementary about these detective books

A review of four books that re-invent the classic detective story of Sherlock Holmes

School tests out new ‘sexuality’ curriculum

The new program is being tested at 15 different schools and discusses ideas of sexual identity, gender and the biology of sex
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