March 2015

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Spend a night in a Hobbit House

Spend a night in a Hobbit House

Toits du Monde, located in Nominingue, Quebec offers guests a chance to sleep in a hobbit house, a treehouse, a Native tipi, and a Mongolian Yurt
Promoting French through public speaking contests

Promoting French through public speaking contests

Canadian Parents for French to host Concours d'art Oratoire, a public speaking competition for secondary school students to help promote bilingualism
Ste. Justine to open new eating disorders centre

Ste. Justine to open new eating disorders centre

A new centre will serve as a day hospital that bridges the gap between current services, which include outpatient care and hospitalization
Old-fashioned weapons being showcased at museum

Old-fashioned weapons being showcased at museum

A new exhibit at Montreal's Stewart Museum features the weapons used by more than 25 infamous, historical men and women
Interfaith families invited to share stories and challenges

Interfaith families invited to share stories and challenges

Camp Edphy opens two new camp locations

Camp Edphy opens two new camp locations

Camp Edphy will be offering day camps for kids at two new locations - Villa Maria High School in N.D.G. and Jean XXIII Secondary School in Dorval
Concordia Athletics offering new sports camps

Concordia Athletics offering new sports camps

There will be soccer, hockey, flag football and multi sports camps being held at the Loyola campus of Concordia University this summer
Pinocchio: a classic story with a modern twist

Pinocchio: a classic story with a modern twist

Ballet Ouest de Montreal tackles the issue of bullying through theatre
Concordia offers free sports activities for kids

Concordia offers free sports activities for kids

Concordia University's dome in Western N.D.G. will be holding various free soccer and sports clinics
Books that teach kids about the Holocaust

Books that teach kids about the Holocaust

A review of three books that help educate young people about the tragedies that took place during the Holocaust
Lovable Dora & friends coming to Montreal

Lovable Dora & friends coming to Montreal

Production of Dora the Explorer Live! Search for the City of Lost Toys to be held at Olympia Theatre
Cote St. Luc home to new play structure

Cote St. Luc home to new play structure

Gymanou play structure to offer different levels of fun for kids at Quartier Cavendish
Batter up – Montreal to invest in baseball fields

Batter up – Montreal to invest in baseball fields

Montreal Mayor, Denis Coderre, announces plans to invest millions of dollars improving local baseball fields
Want be close to your child? Learn to back off!

Want be close to your child? Learn to back off!

Music festival to celebrate local talent

Music festival to celebrate local talent

Festival de la Voix promotes Canadian music with various concerts being held over three days in March
Can teaching compassion to young kids curb bullying?

Can teaching compassion to young kids curb bullying?

The English Montreal School Board's new KINDERgarten initiative aims to help foster compassion and kindness in children to reduce bullying in schools
Does poor sleep affect academic performance?

Does poor sleep affect academic performance?

A new study shows that poor sleep quality and quantity have negative effect on children's academic performance in math and languages
Exploring environmental awareness through theatre

Exploring environmental awareness through theatre

A new production by McGill Department of English Drama and Theatre will transport children 12 & under into a realm of adventure, fantasy and magic
Riding camp wins Award of Excellence

Riding camp wins Award of Excellence

Sans Souci Riding Centre's equestrian summer camp has won the 2013 Award of Excellence by the Canadian Camping Association
A program that is saving moms & babies

A program that is saving moms & babies

Health Partners International of Canada provides health workers in the developing world with kits to save mothers and newborns
A common sense website every parent should bookmark

A common sense website every parent should bookmark

Common Sense Media is an American non-profit organization with the largest number of age-based ratings and reviews of books, movies, apps, websites and computer games
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