Family Fun Festivals in Montreal

Kids can partake in drawing contest

This contest is part of an Italian festival, which will be a virtual event with a plethora of concerts, documentaries, fashion shows and more

Sugar shack festival kicks off in Verdun

Kids can take part in food-tasting and square-dancing activities as well as learn the origins of maple syrup in Quebec

Festival showcases puppet shows from around the world

Festival des Casteliers celebrates its 15th anniversary by featuring puppet shows, exhibitions, creative workshops and more

Montreal en Lumière brightens up winter nights

This festival features gourmet dining events, free children’s activities and more than 100 shows featuring music, dance, circus arts and theatre artists

Get ready for a festival of games in Montreal

There will be more than 300 indoor and outdoor activities, including traditional board games, video games, role-play and interactive animations as well as workshops

Kids’ movies from around the world to be screened in Montreal

Families staying in town for March break might want to check out one of the many films playing at this year's festival

Festival exposes kids to art

An art festival has teamed up with an escape game company to help educate kids about contemporary art

Fête des Neiges unveils new home at Jean Drapeau park

Visitors can enjoy 16 tubing slides, a refrigerated skating rink, ice-sculpture demonstrations, winter sports and more

Nighttime holiday village lights up Laval

Visitors can walk through various countries, a Christmas Village, and an artisan market all made with sparkling lights

Santa Claus parades a great way to kick off the holiday season

Santa and his gang will be strolling down the streets of downtown Montreal and Hudson to the delight of hundreds of enthralled young kids

Festival celebrates the art of storytelling

The Montreal Intercultural Storytelling Festival will host events in new locations throughout the West Island to make it more accessible to anglophones
Geordie Theatre's 2019-2020 season

Plays tackle serious subjects

Geordie Theatre’s 39th season continues the company’s tradition of tackling serious subjects through engaging stories that appeal to young audiences