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Art Hives allow everyone to create art

This relatively new organization is trying to build community through art

Workshop for parents of children with learning difficulties

Learn how to deal with school issues, handling homework and classroom dynamics

Why is myopia on the rise in children?

There are several factors but ultimately kids need to spend more time outdoors

Studio offers classes for kids & adults

Sharp Dance Studio offers break-dance, hip hop, dance hall, jazz and more

McGill brings music classes to the West Island

The Little Musicians program for young kids includes singing, movement and creative play

Helping people deal with grief

Eight-week program allows people to share their experiences in a small, confidential group setting

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Botanical Garden lights up the night

The lantern show highlights three cultures this fall

A festival of all things Ukrainian

To celebrate its 20th anniversary, Montreal Ukrainian Festival will feature three days packed with singing, dancing, food, and more. It

Quebec farms welcome families

On Sunday, September 8, farms across Quebec invite the public to the annual open house day sponsored by the Union

Montreal Families’ Education Fair on Sept.15

Come meet representatives from private and public schools as well as tutoring and learning centres, adult ed programs and more

Festival showcases cultural films

Canada-China International Film Festival has many short animated movies for kids

Parks provide free activities this fall

Several of Montreal's large parks are hosting educational talks and physical challenges

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Popular places to pick apples

There’s just something about the changing of the leaves and the crisp autumn air that beckons a visit to an

Pumpkin picking not far from Montreal

October is jack-o-lantern season, so why not get the family out of the house and into the pumpkin patch! Here’s

Colourful family fun at Rigaud fall festival

Every October, Rigaud celebrates the colourful changes of the season with its Festival des couleurs, a weekend-long event that features

Climb aboard 18th century replica ships

If your child likes being active and is interested in pirate ships, your family might want to check out Voiles

Olympic-size pools transform into aquatic jungle gym

Looking for some indoor fun for the kids this winter? If so, consider checking out the Olympic Park on Sundays, when two

How to host a Halloween bash for young kids

One of my favourite holidays has always been Halloween. There are no gifts to buy, no pressure to put on

Dare to be scared at one of these haunted houses

Take a spine-chilling journey through some of these terrifying trails, haunted houses and mysterious mazes — if you dare …

New at Tremblant: nighttime walk & laser game

Beginning at the end of July, kids and adults will get the chance to participate in an illuminated nighttime walk 

You can now rent BIXI bikes with your OPUS card

BIXI users can now rent bikes with their OPUS public transit cards at 540 stations across the province. The Société

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One mother’s journey through postpartum depression

My husband knew there was something wrong but I just insisted I needed more sleep

Minimize risks associated with screens

Workshops for teachers and students aim to shift kids from being passive consumers of media to savvy creators

Inspirational books about climate change

The following five books feature environmental pioneers and explain climate change

Splash pads are a hot trend in parks

The benefits include being able to open earlier and stay open later, they use less water than wading pools and there is no risk of drowning

Bromont has several new family attractions

From rope courses and zip-lining, to paths for mountain biking and hiking, Bromont has a slew of new family attractions

Parks to become more accessible

Montreal playgrounds are becoming more inclusive for children with disabilities, as well as more fun for older children, teens and