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Fun Show Amusement at Place Vertu

Place Vertu 3131 Côte-Vertu Blvd., St. Laurent

Families can enjoy a great selection of carnival rides (ferris wheels, carousels, fun slides, swings, kiddie coasters, mini-trains, and more), games of skill, mobile canteens and candy stands. Admission & Rides Admission to the site is FREE. Ride bracelets cost […]

$2 – $37

Diane Landry. Celestial Mechanics

VOX, Centre de l'image contemporaine 401-2, Ste-Catherine street East, Montreal

Diane Landry proposes to young people aged 6 to 12 to immerse themselves in an artistic, philosophical and ecological reflection on the notion of time. Using everyday items and repurposed materials brought to life through movement, light, sound and video, […]


Storytime at the Argo Bookshop

Argo Bookshop 1841-A Ste-Catherine O., Montreal

Join us every Satursay this summer for a FREE interactive storytime in our bright and cozy kids' section! Kid-led and volunteer-facilitated, each week we'll read 5-6 different books together (most in English and some in French). We're the oldest English […]


Crafting Fun (Anjou) Copy

Jean Corbeil Library 7500 Goncourt Ave., Montreal

A group craft activity. Each month, a new surprise project to be carried out in a relaxed atmosphere. All equipment is provided. Geared to children 8 & up. Younger children accompanied by a parent are also welcome.


Family Workshop: Urban Gardening (St. Leonard)

St. Leonard Library 8420 Lacordaire Blvd., Montreal

Planting workshop. Participate in the inauguration of the library's educational and collective garden by planting various vegetables, herbs and edible flowers.


Make Your Dragouille (Lachine)

Saul-Bellow Library 3100 Saint-Antoine St., Lachine

Do you know the Dragouilles? Half potatoes, half dragons, they are curious beings who travel the world to learn about others. During this Quebec Family Week, we invite you to invent a new Dragouille to add to the family. We will provide you […]


The Return of the Reptiles (Ile Bizard)

Bois de l'Ile Bizard Nature Park 2115 ch. du Bord-du-Lac, Montreal

They are essential for maintaining ecosystems by contributing in particular to preventing overpopulation of invertebrates and insects in our forests. Come and learn more about these vertebrate animals and their way of life in our natural environments.


Insect Workshop (St. Leonard)

St. Leonard Library 8420 Lacordaire Blvd., Montreal

A zoologist from the Ecomuseum Zoo* will lead a workshop on insects and explain the importance of protecting these living beings. Why are they important for biodiversity? What is their role in the food chain? What do pollinators do. The activity will be […]


The Life of a Miller (Ahuntsic-Cartierville)

Île-de-la-Visitation Nature Park 2425 Gouin Blvd. E., Montreal

Did you know that at the time, flour represented 80% of food intake and that mills were the primary source for feeding the population? Come learn more about the millers and their roles as economic catalysts of yesteryear.

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