Issues: September 2014

In This Issue
The 2014 Brome Lake Duck Festival takes place in Knowlton on weekends from September 20-28 and offers culinary treats and kid-friendly activities
By Elizabeth Tomaras
The Havelock Fair offers families agricultural activities, live music, arts and crafts, food and entertainment on September 13, 2014.
By Elizabeth Tomaras
See model trains, build tracks and take part in races, at the Montreal Model Train Expo on Sept. 27-28 at the Sun Youth Centre.
By Elizabeth Tomaras
By Kelly Di Domenico
The Family and School Support and Treatment Team is a program run by the Lester B. Pearson School Board that looks for ways to change a child's environment in order to help them
by Kamila Hinkson
A review of three children's books that celebrate the special relationship between grandparents and grandchildren
By Kelly Di Domenico
Families can enjoy hiking, camping, nature workshops and much more at the Mont Sutton Fall Festival from Sept. 13 to Oct. 13
By Elizabeth Tomaras
A new Montreal-based online store, Changeroo, offers a variety of upscale, quality brands of children's clothing for a third of their retail price
By Elizabeth Tomaras
Tips by a Paediatrician to instill a love of reading in young children and promote literacy
By Dr. Shirley Blaichman
Cigogne Association, a centre in Cote-des-Neiges that aims to help student-parents balance academic and domestic responsibilities
By Kamila Hinkson