April 2019

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Courses that teach kids to stay out of harm’s way

Courses that teach kids to stay out of harm’s way

Safety Tree offers resources and tools for children on how to avoid and deal with danger
New event raises money for suicide prevention

New event raises money for suicide prevention

This dawn-to-sunrise walk began 10 years ago in Ireland and has spread across the world
Shopping for a cause

Shopping for a cause

The annual fundraising event puts a spotlight on local business women and entrepreneurs with proceeds going towards the Lakeshore General Hospital Foundation
Montreal hospital library a great resource for families

Montreal hospital library a great resource for families

This centre has a ton of health-related books and videos that can be borrowed by the general public
Last chance to see Sharon & Bram perform live

Last chance to see Sharon & Bram perform live

The duo will be coming to Montreal this summer as part of their final farewell tour
New play tackles  complex social issues

New play tackles complex social issues

Geordie's latest play deals with injustice and cultural barriers faced by ballerinas
Lecture on managing stress during pregnancy

Lecture on managing stress during pregnancy

As many as 1 in 5 women struggle with their mental health in the perinatal period and the majority go untreated
Video game company offers unique birthday parties

Video game company offers unique birthday parties

GameCave is a mobile trailer filled with state-of-the-art video game equipment, and animators who show kids how to play various games
Book series teaches kids about money management

Book series teaches kids about money management

A Montreal dad decided to write stories that would educate kids about money after he realized there was a dearth of such information
Party ideas that keep kids active

Party ideas that keep kids active

A medieval battle game and an inflatable obstacle course are two new party options at the Ministry of Cricket and other Homeless Sports
Montreal’s Insectarium closed for renovations

Montreal’s Insectarium closed for renovations

This two-year project will include replacing the old building with an all-glass structure and underground tunnel system
New convention  celebrates all things geeky

New convention celebrates all things geeky

The Old Port will be the site of Geek-It, which will have video games, animé, K-pop, comic books, board games and more
Sports day camp offers sleepaway option

Sports day camp offers sleepaway option

SportLife day camp will be hosting an overnight program at the Y Country Camp in the Laurentians that will focus on flag football and ball hockey
Master English  at new summer camp

Master English at new summer camp

Supercamp at Vanier College will be offering a program focusing on beginner reading and writing skills as well as conversational English
Overnight stay offered at Redwood Day Camp

Overnight stay offered at Redwood Day Camp

One night away from home is a good way for campers to get a taste of sleepaway camp
Camp gives teens a taste of Hollywood TV production

Camp gives teens a taste of Hollywood TV production

The three-day camp will give young people the chance to take on a role in a production and learn the basics of how to create shows
Family & foodie fun at Olympic Park

Family & foodie fun at Olympic Park

Several food trucks and fun activities for kids on offer this summer
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