Issues: February 2021

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A sweet treat at Montreal's largest park
Cap-Saint-Jacques nature park offers cross-country ski trails, fatbiking as well as walking trails and sledding
Christine Latreille
Borrow winter equipment for free
Four Montreal libraries are lending out sleds, snowshoes, walking poles and crampons
Christine Latreille
Children's emergency rooms remain open
Despite the pandemic and curfew, the Montreal Children's Hospital and Sainte-Justine want to assure parents it is safe and permitted to bring their children to the emergency department
Christine Latreille
Childrens film fest to be held virtually
Kids will be able to watch a vast selection of titles, including animated and fictional feature films, documentaries and television series
Samantha Mileto
Dance class for adults with special needs
Adults 18 to 30 can enjoy socializing and dancing with peers on the Preville Arts Centre's virtual platform
Samantha Mileto
Dance workshops for all ages and abilities
These virtual classes from the National Centre for Dance Therapy are for people of all abilities
Christine Latreille
Frédéric-Back Park was formerly a limestone quarry and landfill site until the 1980s when the City of Montreal began restoring it while promoting biodiversity and sustainable ecosystems
Christine Latreille
DIY Valentine's cards
With cards not being deemed an essential item, this may be the year to get a little crafty with the kids - here are some fun ways to spread the love
Christine Latreille
Ecomuseum Zoo reopens to the public
This non-profit organization dedicated to environmental education, wildlife conservation and animal well-being is once again welcoming families
Christine Latreille
Families are invited to experience the new and improved nature museum with a mobile app that is replacing traditional information panels
By Briana Doyle