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Friday, February 2nd

 

Outdoor Skating at Centropolis (Laval)

Families are invited to enjoy the outdoor skating rink daily throughout the winter months.

Where: Centropolis, 1799 Pierre Peladeau Ave., Laval, QC  H7T 2Y5

Time: 9:00am-11:00pm

Cost: Free

Age: All ages

Additional info: http://bit.ly/2DBKfZv

Tropical Adventure at the Biodome (Montreal)

Puppets, games and exploration: big bun for little ones! The animals that live in the tropical rainforest are the stars of the Capy’s Big Day puppet show. There’s also a play and discovery area where they can burn off some energy.Then, head off to explore the pathways through the ecosystems, lined with birds, mammals and even fish. It’s the perfect opportunity to have fun trying to spot the animals featured in the show!

Where: Biodôme,4777 Pierre De Coubertin, Montreal, QC

Time: 9:00am-5:00pm

Cost: Adults $15.75, children 5-17 $8, free for kids 4 & under

Age: All ages

Additional info: http://bit.ly/2oDesU6

 

Explore the Greenhouse at the Botanical Garden (Montreal)

Come to explore the Botanical Garden’s greenhouses! A cold winter’s day is the perfect time to explore the Botanical Garden’s greenhouses! Take a colorful trip through the succulents, orchids, ferns, penjings, banana trees and more, and indulge your natural curiosity.

Where: Montreal Botanical Garden 4101 Sherbrooke St. E. Montreal, QC  H1X 2B2

Time: 9:00am-5:00pm

Cost: Adults $15.75, children 5-17 $8, free for kids 4 & under

Age: All ages

Additional info: http://bit.ly/2yGYKbf

 

Natrel Skating Rink (Montreal)

 

The Old Port’s skating rink, with its artificial surface guaranteeing always impeccable ice conditions no matter what the temperature, will be waiting for the first skaters on December 9.Visitors young and old are sure to enjoy Montreal’s biggest outdoor skating rink, including a ring of natural ice and spectacular views of historic Old Montreal. It’s open every day.

Where: The Old Port Clock Tower, 333 rue de la Commune W., Montreal, QC

Time: 9:00am-5:00pm

Cost: Adults $18.00, teens and seniors $6.95, kids 6-12 years $4.60 and under 6 years are free

Age: All ages

Additional info: http://bit.ly/2AbD4b0

 

Baby Rhyme Time (Dorval)

 

Babies and their caregivers will enjoy a session of rhymes, songs, and books, followed by free play with toys for the little ones and coffee for the grown-ups.

Where: Dorval Library,1401 Lakeshore Rd. Dorval, QC

Time: 10:15am-11:00am

Cost: free for library members $3.00 for non-members (registration required)

Age: 18 months and under with parent or caregiver

Additional info: http://biblioweb.ville.dorval.qc.ca

 

 

Expo for Kids: Montreal Speech Bubbles (Pointe-Claire)

 

With artists from Alberic Bourgeois to Michel Rabagliati, discover the architecture and evolution of the city. See its streets, neighborhoods, monuments, skyscrapers, balconies, and outdoor staircases that are so distinctive that they appear in comic strip panels by native Montreal artists.

Where: Pointe-Claire Cultural Centre, Stewart Hall

Time: 1:00pm-5:00pm

Cost: free

Age: All ages

Additional Info: http://bit.ly/2D6YlnR

 

 

Tales n’ Tunes (Pointe-Claire)

 

Discover the magic of words and reading through stories, songs and crafts.

Where: Pointe Claire Library (Valois Branch), 68 Prince Edward Ave, Pointe- Claire, QC

Time: 1:15pm-2:00pm

Cost: free (library membership and registrations required)

Age: 2-5 years (with a parent or caregiver)

Additional info: http://biblio.pointe-claire.ca

 

 

Winter Village at Olympic Park ( Montreal)

An outdoor Winter village with refrigerated skating trail, music, heated restaurant zone and rest areas.

Rental facilities (skates, helmets, skating aids and locks) are on site.

Where: Esplanade Financiere Sun Life of the Olympic Park
4141 Pierre de Coubertin Ave.
Montreal

Time: 4pm to 9pm

Cost: Free entrance

Ages: All ages

Additional Info: http://bit.ly/2qJRmfT

 

 

Teen Zone (Dorval)

 

Teens can enjoy a night out with a DJ booth for music, pool tables, sporting equipment, Nintendo Wii games, a foosball table and other various activities.

Where: Sarto-Desnoyers Community Centre 1335 Lakeshore Dr. Dorval

Time: 5:00pm-10:00pm

Cost: FREE with membership card ($10) or $1 per visit

Age: 11 to 17 years old

Additional Info: www.facebook.com/dorval.zone

 

 

 

First Fridays-St. Columba (Pointe-Claire)

 

This month’s theme is: Time to get your game on! We’ll be hosting an evening of games, food and fun. Fly on over for 5:30pm or come when you can! Snacks and lots of activities will keep you buzzing with excitement. Dinner is served around 6:30pm (vegetarian options available). BYOB (juice, water, coffee always available) Kids who finish quickly can continue with the activities or watch a movie. Parents can relax.

 

Where: St-Columba, 11 Rodney Ave. Pointe-Claire, QC, H9R4L8

Time: 5:30pm-8:00pm

Cost: $8.00 for adults and free for children

Age: All ages

Additional Info: http://stcolumba.ca/2015/01/first-fridays/

 

 

 

Family Food and movie night! (Hudson)

 

It’s the LEGO NINJAGO MOVIE! We’re serving up this hilarious movie with chili dogs, fries, and popcorn! Food at 6 pm, movie at 7, bring your favourite blanket and settle in for a great evening

Where: 394 Rue Main, Hudson, QC, J0P1H0

Time: 6:00pm-8:30pm

Cost: Adults $5.00 and $2.00 for children under 10

Age: All ages

Additional info: https://www.facebook.com/events/1996068217343101/

 

 

 

PC Cooking School –Little hands Cooking class-Celebrate the heart (Pierrefonds)

Participants will cook and eat their creations! On the menu : Heart shaped pizza, brownie and strawberry skewers. Note the cooking schools are not allergy free zones. 24 hr registration is required

Where: Provigo le Marche Pierrefonds 4849 St. Jean Blvd. Pierrefonds, QC

Time: 6:00pm-8:00pm

Cost: $10.00 per person (complimentarty for parent and caregiver)

Age: 2-6 years

Additional info: http://pccookingschool.ca

 

 

Saturday, February 3rd

 

Outdoor Skating at Centropolis (Laval)

Families are invited to enjoy the outdoor skating rink daily throughout the winter months. On Saturdays, skaters will be offered a delicious hot chocolate at 2 p.m., courtesy of Divaliva restaurant (limited quantities)

Where: Centropolis, 1799 Pierre Peladeau Ave., Laval, QC  H7T 2Y5

Time: 9:00am-11:00pm

Cost: Free

Age: All ages

Additional info: http://bit.ly/2DBKfZv

 

 

Tropical Adventure at the Biodome (Montreal)

Puppets, games and exploration: big bun for little ones! The animals that live in the tropical rainforest are the stars of the Capy’s Big Day puppet show. There’s also a play and discovery area where they can burn off some energy.Then, head off to explore the pathways through the ecosystems, lined with birds, mammals and even fish. It’s the perfect opportunity to have fun trying to spot the animals featured in the show!

Where: Biodôme,4777 Pierre De Coubertin, Montreal, QC

Time: 9:00am-5:00pm

Cost: Adults $15.75, children 5-17 $8, free for kids 4 & under

Age: All ages

Additional info: http://bit.ly/2oDesU6

 

 

Introduction to Ice Fishing (Ste. Anne De Bellevue)

Discover the joys of ice fishing under the guidance of an expert. All equipment is provided. Dress appropriately for the weather. Free hot chocolate will be served.Ice conditions and weather permitting

Where: Nearby Parc Lalonde corner of Lalonde St. and Ste. Anne St. (corner Ste. Anne de Bellevue, QC)

Time: 9:00am-11:00am

Cost: Free

Age: All ages

Additional info: http://www.ville.sainte-anne-de-bellevue.qc.ca/en/211/winter-carnaval-

 

 

 

Explore the Greenhouse at the Botanical Garden (Montreal)

 

Come to explore the Botanical Garden’s greenhouses! A cold winter’s day is the perfect time to explore the Botanical Garden’s greenhouses! Take a colorful trip through the succulents, orchids, ferns, penjings, banana trees and more, and indulge your natural curiosity.

Where: Montreal Botanical Garden 4101 Sherbrooke St. E. Montreal, QC  H1X 2B2

Time: 9:00am-5:00pm

Cost: Adults $15.75, children 5-17 $8, free for kids 4 & under

Age: All ages

Additional info: http://bit.ly/2yGYKbf

 

 

Natrel Skating Rink (Montreal)

 

The Old Port’s skating rink, with its artificial surface guaranteeing always impeccable ice conditions no matter what the temperature, will be waiting for the first skaters on December 9.Visitors young and old are sure to enjoy Montreal’s biggest outdoor skating rink, including a ring of natural ice and spectacular views of historic Old Montreal. It’s open every day.

Where: The Old Port Clock Tower, 333 rue de la Commune W., Montreal, QC

Time: 9:00am-5:00pm

Cost: Adults $18.00, teens and seniors $6.95, kids 6-12 years $4.60 and under 6 years are free

Age: All ages

Additional info: http://bit.ly/2AbD4b0

 

 

Winter Village at Olympic Park ( Montreal)

An outdoor Winter village with refrigerated skating trail, music, heated restaurant zone and rest areas. Rental facilities (skates, helmets, skating aids and locks) are on site.

Where: Esplanade Financiere Sun Life of the Olympic Park
4141 Pierre de Coubertin Ave.
Montreal

Time: 10:00am to 9:00pm

Cost: Free entrance

Ages: All ages

Additional Info:  http://bit.ly/2qJRmfT

 

 

Fete Des Neiges (Montreal)

The Fête des neiges de Montréal, presented by Tim Hortons is back again for four weekends at Parc Jean-Drapeau.This popular family-oriented winter event has a program geared toward enjoying the outdoors, with a wide array of free and pay activities. Access to the site and to most of the activities is free! Some activities might be canceled and some areas might be closed due to poor weather. Check website for closures.

Where: Parc Jean Drapeau, Île Ste. Hélène, Montreal, QC

Time: 10:00am-8:00pm

Cost: FREE admission. Small cost for some activities

Age: All ages

Additional info: http://www.parcjeandrapeau.com/en/fete-des-neiges-de-montreal/

 

 

Family Activity at the Nichoir Wild Bird Conservation (Hudson)

 

Come join one Le Nichoir’s biologist for a walk in the Clarke Sydenham nature reserve for a series of fun activities for all ages to learn about how birds survive in the winter. There is no fixed cost for this activity, donations accepted.. Bring your snowshoes as part of the activity will be held outside.For birds, the hardest part of winter is not the cold but the lack of food. Some species solved that problem by migrating south but those that stay had to find other ways. Come join one of Le Nichoir’s biologist for a walk in the Clarke Sydenham nature reserve for a series of fun activities for all ages to learn about how birds survive the cold season.

Note that part of the activity will be held outdoor, dress according to the weather. Bring your snowshoes!

To make sure everyone can enjoy this activity, there is no fixed cost for this activity; you donate what you can. For birds, the hardest part of winter is not the cold but the lack of food. Some species solved that problem by migrating south but those that stay had to find other ways. Come join one of Le Nichoir’s biologist for a walk in the Clarke Sydenham nature reserve for a series of fun activities for all ages to learn about how birds survive the cold season.

Note that part of the activity will be held outdoor, dress according to the weather. Bring your snowshoes!

To make sure everyone can enjoy this activity, there is no fixed cost for this activity; you donate what you can.

 

Where: 637 Main, Hudson, QC, J0P1H0

Time: 10:00am-12:30pm

Cost: Free (donations accepted)

Age: All ages

Additional info: https://www.facebook.com/events/394625487626368/

 

My Snow Experience- (DDO and Laval)

All winter long, children aged 5 to 8 will be able to have lots of fun while learning how to snowboard for free in Centennial Park in Dollard-des-Ormeaux. This initiative of the Association des stations de ski du Québec (ASSQ—Quebec Ski Area Association), adored by children and parents alike, is offered every Saturday and Sunday until March 11. Guided by dynamic instructors, children will learn how to snowboard step by step in an environment specifically designed for learning.

Where: DDO at Centennial Park from Jan 6 – March 11th 2018 (snowboard only)

Laval at Centre De La Nature From Jan 6 – March 11 2018 (ski and snowboard)

Time: 10:00am-3:00pm

Cost: Free

Age: 5-8 years

Additional info: www.mysnow.ski

 

 

 

Plaisirs D’Hiver (Ile Perrot)

 

Outdoor activities and more!

Campfire, Sliding, Skating *, Archery, Ice Fishing, Snowshoeing **, Cross Country Skiing **

Animation • Hot chocolate and coffee

Brutus Tournament by Ile Perrot Minor Hockey Association

 

Bring your equipment or borrow some with a piece of identification. (limited quantities)For birds, the hardest part of winter is not the cold but the lack of food. Some species solved that problem by migrating south but those that stay had to find other ways. Come join one of Le Nichoir’s biologist for a walk in the Clarke Sydenham nature reserve for a series of fun activities for all ages to learn about how birds survive the cold season.

Note that part of the activity will be held outdoor, dress according to the weather. Bring your snowshoes!

To make sure everyone can enjoy this activity, there is no fixed cost for this activity; you donate what you can. For birds, the hardest part of winter is not the cold but the lack of food. Some species solved that problem by migrating south but those that stay had to find other ways. Come join one of Le Nichoir’s biologist for a walk in the Clarke Sydenham nature reserve for a series of fun activities for all ages to learn about how birds survive the cold season.

Note that part of the activity will be held outdoor, dress according to the weather. Bring your snowshoes!

To make sure everyone can enjoy this activity, there is no fixed cost for this activity; you donate what you can.

 

Where: 2464 Blvd. Perrot, Ile Perrot, QC, J7V8P4

Time: 10:00am-3:00pm

Cost: Free

Age: All ages

Additional info: https://www.facebook.com/events/143165316473760/

 

 

Cineplex Sensory Friendly Movie: Paddington 2 (Kirkland)

 

Cineplex Entertainment in partnership with Autism Speaks Canada is delighted to present Sensory Friendly Screenings. This program provides a sensory friendly environment for individuals with autism spectrum disorder or anyone for whom the environment is suitable and their families to view new release films in theatres across the country.

These screenings are presented in a lights up, sound down environment. Ticket price is the child admission price for any guests attending these screenings.

 

Where: Cineplex Kirkland

Time: 10:30am-12:00pm

Cost: children’s admission price for all

Age: All ages

Additional Infohttp://www.cineplex.com/Theatres/SensoryFriendly

 

 

 

Family Skating Day (Pointe-Claire)

 

Family skating day with inflatables, music, hot chocolate and more.

Where: Hermitage Park, 400 Hermitage Ave., Pointe-Claire, QC  H9R 5A9

Time: 11:00am-3:00pm

Cost: Free

Age: All ages

Additional Infohttp://bit.ly/2Dv8PdD

 

 

 

 

Tiny Tots on ice at the Atrium (Montreal)

 

Ease into skating with training aids and draw and play on the ice. Skate rentals, food court and parking on the spot. Check website for detailed schedule

 Where: Atrium Le 1000, 1000 de la Gauchetière St. W. Montreal, QC  H3B 4W5

Time: 11:00am-12:30pm (check website for detailed schedule)

Cost: $7.50 Adults * $5.00 children 12 and under (2 adults and 2 children $20.00)

Age: For children under 12 and their parents

Additional info: http://bit.ly/2q9g9cg

 

 

StoryTime with MADAME PLUME (Kirkland)

 

This parent-child activity introduces youngsters to the joys of reading. Fun and simple stories with rhymes and songs, followed by a coloring activity.

Where: Kirkland Library-17100 Hymus Blvd. Kirkland, QC, H9J2W2

Time: 11:00am-11:45am

Cost: Free (first come first served no registration required)

Age: 2-5 years

Additional info: http://bit.ly/2kiMNpo

 

 

 

Cineplex Family Favorites (Kirkland)

 

The movie starting Saturday Jan Feb 3rd is Sing

Where: Cineplex Kirkland

Time: 11:00am

Cost: $2.99

Age: All ages

Additional Infohttp://cineplex.com/Events/FamilyFavourites

 

 

 

Winter Carnival-Family Day (Kirkland)

 

Come celebrate the joys of winter at the Kirkland Winter Carnival at Meades Park and the Sports Complex .  It’s an event you don’t want to miss!

Visit website for updates schedule of activities.

Where: Meades Park, 16950 Hymus Blvd. Kirkland, QC

Time: 11:30am-4:00pm

Cost: Free

Age: All ages

Additional Info: http://bit.ly/2DDUHCe

 

 

 

 

Winter Carnival- (Ste-Anne-De-Bellevue)

 

Enjoy a day of outdoor activities. Sliding, dog sledding, snow sculptures and walking trails. There will be free hot chocolate served and for a small cost you can enjoy the on-site BBQ and taffy on the snow.

Where: Morgan Arboretum, 150 ch. des Pins Ste. Anne de Bellevue, QC

Time: 12:00pm-4:00pm

Cost: Free

Age: All ages

Additional Info: http://bit.ly/2kGFOTj

 

 

 

Expo for Kids: Montreal Speech Bubbles (Pointe-Claire)

 

With artists from Alberic Bourgeois to Michel Rabagliati, discover the architecture and evolution of the city. See its streets, neighbourhoods, monuments, skyscrapers, balconies, and outdoor staircases that are so distinctive that they appear in comic strip panels by native Montreal artists.

Where: Pointe-Claire Cultural Centre, Stewart Hall, 176 Lakeshore Dr. Pointe-Claire, QC H9S4L7

Time: 1:00pm-5:00pm

Cost: free

Age: All ages

Additional Info: http://bit.ly/2D6YlnR

 

 

Racing Car Crafts (Pointe-Claire)

 

Children can decorate a toy car with a variety of materials to transform it into a funky one.  Library membership required.

Where: Pointe Claire Library (Valois Branch), 68 Prince Edward Ave, Pointe- Claire, QC

Time: 3:00pm-4:00pm

Cost: free (library membership and registrations required)

Age: 7 to 12 years

Additional info: http://biblio.pointe-claire.ca

 

 

Teen Zone (Dorval)

 

Teens can enjoy a night out with a DJ booth for music, pool tables, sporting equipment, Nintendo Wii games, a foosball table and other various activities.

Where: Sarto-Desnoyers Community Centre 1335 Lakeshore Dr. Dorval

Time: 5:00pm-10:00pm

Cost: FREE with membership card ($10) or $1 per visit

Age: 11 to 17 years old

Additional Info: http://bit.ly/2ivAvGF

 

 

Winter Carnival Fun & Fireworks (Ste-Anne-De-Bellevue)

There will be a variety of activities as well as special and promotions being offered by local merchants. Stroll the boardwalk, watch the carnival bed race, dance and listen to music and see the fireworks show starting at 8 p.m. on the boardwalk (in collaboration with Parks Canada).

Where: On the Boardwalk, 170 Sainte-Anne St. Ste. Anne de Bellevue, QC

Time: 6:30pm-9:30pm

Cost: Free admission

Age: all ages

Additional info: http://bit.ly/2kGFOTj

 

 

 

Sunday February, 4th

 

Outdoor Skating at Centropolis (Laval)

Families are invited to enjoy the outdoor skating rink daily throughout the winter months.

Where: Centropolis, 1799 Pierre Peladeau Ave., Laval, QC  H7T 2Y5

Time: 9:00am-11:00pm

Cost: Free

Age: All ages

Additional info: http://bit.ly/2DBKfZv

 

 

 

Tropical Adventure at the Biodome (Montreal)

 

Puppets, games and exploration: big bun for little ones! The animals that live in the tropical rainforest are the stars of the Capy’s Big Day puppet show. There’s also a play and discovery area where they can burn off some energy.Then, head off to explore the pathways through the ecosystems, lined with birds, mammals and even fish. It’s the perfect opportunity to have fun trying to spot the animals featured in the show!

Where: Biodôme,4777 Pierre De Coubertin, Montreal, QC

Time: 9:00am-5:00pm

Cost: Adults $15.75, children 5-17 $8, free for kids 4 & under

Age: All ages

Additional info: http://bit.ly/2oDesU6

 

 

Explore the Greenhouse at the Botanical Garden (Montreal)

 

Come to explore the Botanical Garden’s greenhouses! A cold winter’s day is the perfect time to explore the Botanical Garden’s greenhouses! Take a colorful trip through the succulents, orchids, ferns, penjings, banana trees and more, and indulge your natural curiosity.

 Where: Montreal Botanical Garden 4101 Sherbrooke St. E. Montreal, QC  H1X 2B2

Time: 9:00am-5:00pm

Cost: Adults $15.75, children 5-17 $8, free for kids 4 & under

Age: All ages

Additional info: http://bit.ly/2yGYKbf

 

 

Firefighter Fun with Marshall (Beaconsfield)

 

Come meet Marshall from Paw Patrol and have fun sliding, jumping and bouncing on a variety of inflatable games.

Tickets on sale Jan 22nd as space is limited.

 Where: Beaconsfield Recreation Centre, 1974 City Lane Beaconsfield, QC

Time: 9:30am-10:20 or 10:40 am to 11:30am

Cost: $5.00 per child

Age: 2-6 years

Additional info: http://www.beaconsfield.ca

 

 

Natrel Skating Rink (Montreal)

 

The Old Port’s skating rink, with its artificial surface guaranteeing always impeccable ice conditions no matter what the temperature, will be waiting for the first skaters on December 9.Visitors young and old are sure to enjoy Montreal’s biggest outdoor skating rink, including a ring of natural ice and spectacular views of historic Old Montreal. It’s open every day.

Where: The Old Port Clock Tower, 333 rue de la Commune W., Montreal, QC

Time: 10:00am-5:00pm

Cost: Adults $18.00, teens and seniors $6.95, kids 6-12 years $4.60 and under 6 years are free

Age: All ages

Additional info: http://bit.ly/2AbD4b0

 

 

Winter Village at Olympic Park ( Montreal)

 

An outdoor Winter village with refrigerated skating trail, music, heated restaurant zone and rest areas. Rental facilities (skates, helmets, skating aids and locks) are on site.

Where: Esplanade Financiere Sun Life of the Olympic Park
4141 Pierre de Coubertin Ave.
Montreal

Time: 10:00am to 9:00pm

Cost: Free entrance

Ages: All ages

Additional Info:  http://bit.ly/2qJRmfT

 

My Snow Experience- (DDO and Laval)

All winter long, children aged 5 to 8 will be able to have lots of fun while learning how to snowboard for free in Centennial Park in Dollard-des-Ormeaux. This initiative of the Association des stations de ski du Québec (ASSQ—Quebec Ski Area Association), adored by children and parents alike, is offered every Saturday and Sunday until March 11. Guided by dynamic instructors, children will learn how to snowboard step by step in an environment specifically designed for learning.

Where: DDO at Centennial Park from Jan 6 – March 11th 2018 (snowboard only)

Laval at Centre De La Nature From Jan 6 – March 11 2018 (ski and snowboard)

Time: 10:00am-3:00pm

Cost: Free

Age: 5-8 years

Additional info: www.mysnow.ski

 

 

Fete Des Neiges (Montreal)

The Fête des neiges de Montréal, presented by Tim Hortons is back again for four weekends at Parc Jean-Drapeau.This popular family-oriented winter event has a program geared toward enjoying the outdoors, with a wide array of free and pay activities. Access to the site and to most of the activities is free! Some activities might be canceled and some areas might be closed due to poor weather. Check website for closures.

Where: Parc Jean Drapeau, Île Ste. Hélène, Montreal, QC

Time: 10:00am-8:00pm

Cost: FREE admission. Small cost for some activities

Age: All ages

Additional info: http://www.parcjeandrapeau.com/en/fete-des-neiges-de-montreal/

 

 

Parent-Child Hockey Fun (Laval)

 

Come play hockey with your child on the outdoor rink. There will be an instructor on-site. There will also be contests, friendly tournaments and hot chocolate (bring your own cup). Skate and hockey stick loans available (limited quantities).

Activity canceled in case of bad weather.

Where: Prince-Rupert Park, 6245 Prince-Rupert St., Laval, QC

Time: 10:30am-12:00pm

Cost: Free

Age: All ages

Additional info: http://bit.ly/2DHI4q0

 

 

 

Tiny Tots on ice at the Atrium (Montreal)

 

Ease into skating with training aids and draw and play on the ice. Skate rentals, food court and parking on the spot. Check website for detailed schedule

 Where: Atrium Le 1000, 1000 de la Gauchetière St. W. Montreal, QC  H3B 4W5

Time: 11:00am-12:30pm (check website for detailed schedule)

Cost: $7.50 Adults * $5.00 children 12 and under (2 adults and 2 children $20.00)

Age: For children under 12 and their parents

Additional info: http://bit.ly/2q9g9cg

 

 

Expo for Kids: Montreal Speech Bubbles (Pointe-Claire)

 

With artists from Alberic Bourgeois to Michel Rabagliati, discover the architecture and evolution of the city. See its streets, neighbourhoods, monuments, skyscrapers, balconies, and outdoor staircases that are so distinctive that they appear in comic strip panels by native Montreal artists.

Where: Pointe-Claire Cultural Centre, Stewart Hall, 176 Lakeshore Dr. Pointe-Claire, QC H9S4L7

Time: 1:00pm-5:00pm

Cost: free

Age: All ages

Additional Info: http://bit.ly/2D6YlnR

 

 

 

Winter Carnival- (Ste-Anne-De-Bellevue)

 

Enjoy a day of outdoor activities. Sliding, dog sledding, snow sculptures and walking trails. There will be free hot chocolate served and for a small cost you can enjoy the on-site BBQ and taffy on the snow.

Where: Morgan Arboretum, 150 ch. des Pins Ste. Anne de Bellevue, QC

Time: 1:00pm-4:00pm

Cost: Free

Age: All ages

Additional Info: http://bit.ly/2kGFOTj

 

 

Heart of String (Kirkland)

 

Make a craft of heart made out of string to offer to your Valentine.

Registration is done online only and is open to library members only. For more information about the online registration procedure, call 514-630-2719.

Where: Kirkland Library-17100 Hymus Blvd. Kirkland, QC, H9J2W2

Time: 2:00pm-4:00pm

Cost: FREE for library members. Online registration required

Age: 2-5 years

Additional info: http://www.ville.kirkland.qc.ca

 

 

Puppet Show (Pointe-Claire)

 

This show, inspired by an English fairy tale, tells the story of a little mouse that walks through the woods searching for a hazelnut, only to come across wild beasts who try to trick her into coming home with them. But the smart little mouse knows it’s a trap and that they want to eat her. So, she comes up with an excuse: she already has an appointment with a giant monster named Gruffalo. But does Gruffalo really exist, or is it something the little mouse mad up?Presented by Valise Théâtre. Passes required

Where: Pointe-Claire Cultural Centre, Stewart Hall, 176 Lakeshore Dr. Pointe-Claire, QC H9S4L7

Time: 3:00pm

Cost: free

Age: 3-7 years

Additional Info: http://bit.ly/2BqpuNE