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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

Free kids’ activities downtown all summer

The first weekend of the Rogers Cup is all about inviting families to experience fun and games on the grounds

LaRonde unveils new VIP memberships

With this program, visitors can get big discounts on food, skip the line at certain attractions, closer parking to the entrance gates and more

Learn about nature and the world

This summer, the Botanical Garden and Planetarium Rio Tinto Alcan offer families a chance to learn about plant life and the universe

New beach opens in Verdun

At the end of June, families will have a place to build sandcastles, play in the water and take in the summer sunshine

Streets of Mile End come alive this summer

Tucked away in Montreal’s Mile End district is the Marché des possibles, an urban garden oasis that will host tons

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Brome Fair a Labour Day weekend family tradition

The Eastern Township town comes alive with festivities for families at this annual agricultural fair

Free outdoor theatre performances for kids

Throughout the summer, local theatre troupe La Roulotte will be holding a series of free outdoor theatrical performances for kids.

Celebrate Scottish culture fun at Highland Games

Visitors of all backgrounds are welcome to join in on the competitions, activities and live entertainment

Tons of kid-friendly fun at international balloon festival

Feast your eyes upon 125 balloons from around the world and take part in several kid-friendly activities in St. Jean-sur-Richelieu

Families can learn how to camp

Urban dwellers have a number of opportunities to learn how to camp this summer with tips from the experts and

Classic Shakespeare play tours parks

Repercussion Theatre is breathing new life into one of the Bard’s classic plays during the annual Shakespeare-in-the-Park event from July

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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

St. Hyacinthe Expo a massive event with family activities

For ten days this summer, a massive agricultural event will take over a farm on Montreal’s South Shore. The annual

Experience Indian Culture at Jeanne-Mance Park

The Festival of India is returning to Jeanne-Mance Park for its 41st year of celebrating Indian culture. The festival begins July 6, 2019 at

World class roller coaster opens in Toronto

If your child loves roller coasters, Toronto has something new that is sure to please even the biggest and bravest

New summer program for animal lovers

If your children love animals and would like to learn more about how to help them thrive, there is a

What you should know about sunscreen

I received a magazine called My Skin that was published by the Canadian Dermatology Association. With a family history of

Sheep are back at the Botanical Gardens

For the second year in a row, the Botanical Gardens is home to some helpful barnyard friends. Seven ewes and

Multimedia show about the evolution of life

The Old Port will be home to a unique entertainment venue this summer: a pyramid-shaped theatre that will host a

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

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How to live the Olympic dream in Montreal

I will never forget my son’s epic Olympic experience. I watched nervously as he prepared for the 100-metre sprint, putting

Books that will get kids excited about cooking

Cooking is a great way to spend quality time with kids and it teaches them skills that will serve them

New play tackles complex social issues

Set against the backdrop of an anonymous, urban city, Geordie Theatre’s latest play is a coming-of-age production that tackles issues of

7 camps geared to kids who love hockey

I have to admit, I used to find it strange that parents sent their kids to hockey camp in the

Four books that focus on protecting animals

A recent animated video produced by Greenpeace shows a young orangutan taking over the bedroom of a young girl, swinging

How to prepare your child for a first sleepaway camp experience

Sending kids off to camp isn’t just about offering them a good-time getaway. Yes, we hope our little campers will