April 2016

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Hudson's Shave to Save promises a day of fun for a good cause

Hudson's Shave to Save promises a day of fun for a good cause

Hudson residents are banding together to raise money for the Canadian Cancer Society.
Shopping from the Heart is shopping for a cause

Shopping from the Heart is shopping for a cause

Mother entrepreneurs’ networking and charity event celebrates 6 years
Books that introduce kids to Shakespeare

Books that introduce kids to Shakespeare

Even if his original works are too advanced, kids of all ages can get into Shakespeare with these books.
Teens needed for ADHD study

Teens needed for ADHD study

Researchers at the Montreal Children's Hospital are studying how different treatments affect teens with ADHD.
Antibiotics not always needed for ear infections

Antibiotics not always needed for ear infections

Ear infections are very common and The Canadian Pediatric Society has come out with an updated statement about how doctors should treat kids with this condition
New “glamping” cabins an hour from Montreal

New “glamping” cabins an hour from Montreal

Parks Canada now has its oTENTik structures in four Quebec parks.
Camp helps train teenagers to become leaders

Camp helps train teenagers to become leaders

Day camp out of Pierrefonds helps teens learn leadership skills.
Parenting conference: learning disabilities and behavioural issues

Parenting conference: learning disabilities and behavioural issues

Three specialists in children's mental health will speak at the Toolbox For Success Conference.
Festival features events for budding bookworms

Festival features events for budding bookworms

The Blue Metropolis Festival is an annual event that celebrates literature by offering a variety of workshops and fun activities in various libraries around town
New adventurous camps in Montreal for active kids

New adventurous camps in Montreal for active kids

The Vida Sana Centre in Outremont offers a variety of camps for kids who like to move around.
Intercultural & environmental camp opening in D.D.O.

Intercultural & environmental camp opening in D.D.O.

Camp Cosmos will be offering a summer camp on the West Island for the first time this year
Play introduces kids to classical music

Play introduces kids to classical music

Geordie Productions is bringing back its rendition of Beethoven Lives Upstairs.
Caterpillars shine at Butterflies Go Free

Caterpillars shine at Butterflies Go Free

The Botanical Garden is welcoming caterpillars into the fold at this year's butterfly exhibit
Parents and Kids Fair aims to help parents of young kids

Parents and Kids Fair aims to help parents of young kids

Hundreds of exhibitors will be introducing parents to the latest products and services for young children
Obstacle course gets kids moving – and mucky

Obstacle course gets kids moving – and mucky

In June, kids can take part in Mud Hero, a 500-metre course in Mont St. Bruno Park on the South Shore
New camp targets young yogis

New camp targets young yogis

Yoga Bear studio in Cote St. Luc is offering a yoga camp for kids this summer.
Family-friendly festival dedicated to the Expos

Family-friendly festival dedicated to the Expos

ExposFest is a day dedicated to all things Nos Amours.
New exhibition on railway safety at Exporail

New exhibition on railway safety at Exporail

The new exhibition at the Canadian Railway Museum is all about staying safe around train tracks.
A new camp for kids and their dogs

A new camp for kids and their dogs

Camp Bandana, based in Beaconsfield, is offering a camp that will help kids learn more about their pet and be better dog owners
5 weird and wonderful reactions to autism

5 weird and wonderful reactions to autism

Writing about autism elicits some interesting reactions for one author.
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