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MoreUpcoming Activities in Montreal

Santa Claus is coming to town

The annual parade helps kids get into the holiday spirit and takes place Saturday, Nov. 19

Concert introduces kids to classical music

This year marks the Montreal Bach Festival's 10th anniversary

Free sports clinics offered at Concordia

Kids ages 6 to 12 can play football, soccer and other physical activities

Event raises money for young kids with cancer

The 15th annual edition of Splash & Dash takes place Nov. 5

A convention dedicated entirely to children

KidCon Montreal returns with new activities at Uniprix Stadium

Cineplex offers free family movies

Money raised from the food and drinks sold at the cinema will go to a charitable cause
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MoreCommunity News

Kids in grades 4 & 5 can hit the slopes for free (almost)

The Canadian Ski Council’s SnowPass allows kids to ski and snowboard for free at more than 150 hills across the country

Teacher shaves her head after students surpass fundraising goal

With a few fun incentives, Willingdon Elementary School students more than tripled the amount of money that was raised last year for the Terry Fox Foundation

Children's library closes two branches

The Polaris branch in Saint-Michel will be the only Montreal Children's Library to remain open

Movies help fight mental health stigma

The Au Contraire Film Festival's Youth Awareness Program takes place on Oct.25

New game promotes child safety

The game takes on a similar format to that of Snakes & Ladders and highlights the dos and don'ts of getting to and from school

New salon celebrates curly hair

The SM Hair Studio offers cuts, blow dries, treatments and styling
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MoreHalloween Fun in Montreal

Halloween activities in Montreal

Hundreds of fun, Halloween activities for kids throughout Montreal - cooking classes, pumpkin decorating, skating parties, crafts & storytimes, haunted houses, movies & theatre shows, and much more!

Walk among legends and spirits this fall

Discover Old Montreal’s famous ghosts during the Montreal Ghosts Halloween Special

Pumpkin picking not far from Montreal

Make the season memorable and pick your own Halloween pumpkin

Peur Depot dedicated to terror at the Old Port

Designed for kids 12 and older, this multi-sensory experience at the Jacques Cartier Pier is bound to frighten the life out of almost everyone who dares to be scared

Geordie Productions launches new theatre lineup

The theatre group will be putting on performances on their main stage and at high schools and elementary schools across Quebec

Illuminated nighttime trail in Coaticook

​Foresta Lumina is a two-kilometre pathway in the Easter Townships that is lit up by 200,000 lights

Make trick-or-treating accessible to kids with allergies

The Teal Pumpkin Project encourages families to hand out other products apart from candy

Get scared silly with these Halloween movies

A list of Halloween movies for kids of all ages that'll have them screaming for more.

Books offer kid-friendly frights

Children's book review that puts the spotlight on scary stories, just in time for Halloween
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MoreFeatured Articles

Have you had your child’s eyesight tested?

With Medicare, kids under the age of 18 are entitled to a free annual eye exam

Books that teach kids to feel less entitled

Here is a selection of books to honour Universal Children's Day on Nov. 20

A project that promotes emotional intelligence

The Toolbox Project at Willingdon School offers students strategies on how to deal with challenging situations

McGill students offer science workshops for kids

Grad students from the Integrated Program in Neuroscience visit elementary schools and high schools across Quebec

5 ways to help your child master public speaking

Tips on how to engage with an audience from a young age

Escape rooms: a growing entertainment trend

Several new centres offer video game-inspired quests
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