Upcoming Activities in Montreal

Play celebrates a black, historical female hero

February is a month to celebrate black history and heroes like Harriet Tubman, the slave who escaped and helped others

Singing contest to showcase local talent

Does your child have singing skills and the desire to compete?  If so, Vox Aeterna’s second annual voice competition may

An adventurous puppet show at the Biodome

A mystery egg is discovered in a tropical forest, and no one knows where it came from or what is

Museums offering educational activties

Looking for an educational activity this holiday season to get the kids out and about? There will be two family

McCord Museum builds toy adventure with kids in mind

Many museums are kid-friendly in that they are appropriate for all ages, but when it comes to holding the attention

Plenty to see and do at the Montreal Science Centre

From exploring Jerusalem, to exploring sex, to exploring the joy of learning with one’s hands, there’s a lot of investigating

Introduction to classical music at the Orchestre symphonique de Montréal

Many parents may hesitate to bring their kids to the symphony, deterred by the late nights, subdued music and long

Girls’ Night Out with three YA authors at the Jewish Public Library

Girls from all over the city are eagerly awaiting a special night at the Jewish Public Library on Sunday, November 16

Failed ‘Charter of Values’ inspires new play

In the upcoming Geordie Productions’ play, Chloe’s Choice: the true but not entirely reasonable holiday fable of Chloe Rebecca Ramadan,

Acrobatic show with focus on food at TOHU

So much of our personal narratives revolve around food. The food that was cooked for us, the meals that brought

Flipping for fall programming at TOHU

Families will flip out over the fall lineup at TOHU, Montreal’s premier destination for circus and performance art.  From Oct.

Toys galore for girls and boys – ToyCon is back

Since its inception in 2007, the Montreal ToyCon has been delighting toy and comic book collectors with its regular exhibition