Family Fun Festivals in Montreal

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Hudson hosts St. Patrick's Day Parade March 2018

Hudson hosts St. Patrick's Day Parade

If you are looking for a tamer version of the downtown parade, head over to Hudson on March 17. There will also be an after-parade party at the community centre

Sugar shack festival kicks off in Verdun February 2018

Sugar shack festival kicks off in Verdun

Kids can take part in wood-sculpting and paper-making activities as well as check out the animals at the petting zoo

It’s all fun and games at the Joue Festival February 2018

It’s all fun and games at the Joue Festival

Kids can choose from more than 300 different games and workshops, including video and board games or role-playing and other interactive, group-based activities in 19 boroughs

Kids film festival adds English movies February 2018

Kids film festival adds English movies

A predominantly French children's festival will be screening many English movies from around the world this March break

Santa Claus parade set for Nov. 18 November 2017

Santa Claus parade set for Nov. 18

Ready or not, Santa Claus will be making his Montreal debut downtown for the 67th annual parade and festivities

Film festival features new francophone movies November 2017

Film festival features new francophone movies

There are three movies in particular that have been identified as good picks for adults to watch with their older children or teenagers

A festival all about the ancient art of storytelling October 2017

A festival all about the ancient art of storytelling

The Montreal Intercultural Storytelling Festival celebrates the art of storytelling from October 20-29, 2017

Fall festival in Rigaud offers many activities for kids October 2017

Fall festival in Rigaud offers many activities for kids

There will be animation, street performances, stationary music bikes that play music as you ride them, art workshops, pedal go-karts and more.

Festival offers several free, art-centric activities September 2017

Festival offers several free, art-centric activities

The West Island-based festival provides kids of all ages the chance to come together, learn about and celebrate local artists in their communities.

Mile End to celebrate summer every weekend with activities July 2017

Mile End to celebrate summer every weekend with activities

Marché des possibles will celebrate its fourth edition with a pop-up playground, live music and other family-friendly activities

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