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Visit a traditional Quebec village

Visit a traditional Quebec village

Adorned with 25,000 lights, the Village Québécois d’Antan in Drummondville has been transformed into a festive holiday destination for families
Quartier des Spectacles kicks off holiday festivities

Quartier des Spectacles kicks off holiday festivities

From art installations and a Christmas Market to theatre performances and concerts, this downtown destination has something for everyone this season
New app offers music lessons

New app offers music lessons

People will be able to select classes by instrument or choose theoretical lessons
Contest aims to make hockey inclusive

Contest aims to make hockey inclusive

The Chevrolet Good Deeds Cup is asking teams to come up with ways to make hockey accessible to more kids regardless of race, gender and ability
Mentoring program for kids

Mentoring program for kids with special needs

McGill students offer support to kids with physical and mental disabilities, are on the autism spectrum, have hearing loss or are non-verbal
Offer a gift to kids in need

Offer a gift to kids in need this season

The annual Toy Tea event is asking the public to purchase gifts for kids living in various women's shelters around Montreal
Why parents should have kids vaccinated

Why parents should have kids vaccinated

The science has shown it is safe, kids will be protected and it's another step in our fight against this pandemic
Send a letter to Santa

Send a letter to Santa…and get one back!

With a little help from volunteers at Canada Post, each child who writes a letter will receive a reply in time for Christmas
Resource for parents of children with disabilities

Resource for parents of children with disabilities

A new website highlights foundations that offer funding and services in Quebec

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Train museum offers Christmas activities

Train museum offers Christmas activities

Exporail in St. Constant will be offering train rides as well as workshops on making Christmas tree decorations and cookie decorating
Old Port reopens skating rink

Old Port reopens skating rink

After a year's hiatus due to the pandemic, the rink at the Bonsecours Basin will once again welcome visitors with a new season pass available for a limited time
Palais des Congres hosts LEGO exhibit

Palais des Congres hosts LEGO exhibit

Families can check out more than 30 larger-than-life LEGO-made sculptures from giant polar bears and pandas to oversized butterflies and hummingbirds
Dogs take centre stage at Segal Centre

Dogs take centre stage at Segal Centre

SuperDogs the Musical will feature 20 dogs doing agility stunts
Catch the CP Holiday Train online

Catch the CP Holiday Train online

Families can watch a live concert this year and donate money that will go to local food banks
Science Centre caters to those with disabilities

Science Centre caters to those with disabilities

A special event will welcome a limited number of people, reduced brightness and sound, and other adaptations to create a peaceful environment

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Do-it-yourself gift wrapping ideas

Do-it-yourself gift wrapping ideas

This holiday season, ditch the traditional wrapping paper for one of these unique, eco-friendly options
Books that celebrate holiday traditions

Books that celebrate holiday traditions

These four books will take children on a holiday journey around the world, which may be a very welcome escape during these times
Families can cut their own Christmas tree

Families can cut their own Christmas tree

There are several farms that invite families to kick off the holiday season by choosing a tree in the forest and sawing it down
Why do playgrounds close for winter

Why do playgrounds close for winter?

The Montreal climate is to blame for rendering a lot of equipment hazardous in cold weather

Backyard rinks growing in popularity

Searching for a variety of ways to enjoy time outdoors this winter, many families have decided to take the plunge and build rinks in their backyards
Streets closed off to promote play

Streets closed off to promote play

In an effort to open up more spaces for kids to play outdoors, some boroughs have designated some streets off-limits to cars