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Friday, January 12th

 

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

 

Expo for Kids: The Red Maple Leaf & Other Stories  (Pointe-Claire)

Born in Czechoslovakia and now residing in Montreal, Ludmila Zeman is an award-winning filmmaker and an author and illustrator of picture books that have been translated into many languages and have won awards and praise worldwide. Her books The First Red Maple Leaf and Sindbad from the Tales of the Thousand and One Nights were also finalists for that award. Come and discover several original illustrations from her picture books along with her animated film in this wonderful exhibition showcasing her work

Where: Pointe-Claire Cultural Centre, Stewart Hall

Time: 1:00pm-5:00pm

Cost: free

Age: All ages

Additional Info: http://bit.ly/2yTh4gF

 

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

 

PC Cooking School – Winter Comfort Food (Kirkland)

You and your little one will have fun making potato and bacon soup and hot chocolate cookie cups..Note the cooking schools are not allergy free zones

Where: Provigo le Marche Kirkland, 16900 aut Transcanadienne, Kirkland

Time: 5:00pm-6:00pm

Cost: $10.00 per person (24 hr registration is required)

Age: 2-6 years

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

 

F4-Food, Fun, and Film with your Family

Why cook on a Friday night? Enjoy a home-cooked meal with your family at 6 p.m., followed by a movie at 6:45 p.m.

A great opportunity to meet new people in a relaxed environment. Check the website for details of meal and movie.

Please RSVP by email by Jan. 10 so we have food and seats for everyone.

Where: Cedar Park United Church Community Hall
204 Lakeview Ave.
Pointe-Claire

Time: 5:30pm to 9:00pm

Ages: All ages

Cost: Free Donations Welcome

Additional Info: http://www.cedarparkunited.org

 

Saturday, January 13th

 

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

 

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: 10am to 9pm

Cost: Free entrance

Ages: All ages

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

 

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

 

 

Cineplex Family Favorites (Kirkland)

The movie starting Saturday Jan 13th is Spider Man:Homecoming

Where: Cineplex Kirkland

Time: 11:00am

Cost: $2.99

Age: All ages

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

 

 

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

 

 

Expo for Kids: The Red Maple Leaf & Other Stories  (Pointe-Claire)

Born in Czechoslovakia and now residing in Montreal, Ludmila Zeman is an award-winning filmmaker and an author and illustrator of picture books that have been translated into many languages and have won awards and praise worldwide. Her books The First Red Maple Leaf and Sindbad from the Tales of the Thousand and One Nights were also finalists for that award. Come and discover several original illustrations from her picture books along with her animated film in this wonderful exhibition showcasing her work

Where: Pointe-Claire Cultural Centre, Stewart Hall

Time: 1:00pm-5:00pm

Cost: free

Age: All ages

Additional Info: http://bit.ly/2yTh4gF

 

 

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

 

 

Animated Skating night at Laval Centre De la Nature (Laval)

The skating rink on the large lake is transformed into a dance floor during theme nights, animated by DJs. Theme for Jan 13-Francophone special evening

Where:  Laval Nature Centre, 901 du Park Ave., Laval, QC  H7E 2T7

Time: 6:30pm-9:30pm

Cost: Free admission

Age: all ages

Additional info: http://bit.ly/2mbQ6we

 

Winter Evening Nature Walk (Pierrefonds)

Join an educator-naturalist from GUEPE for a night-time nature hike through the park to try and observe animal activity.  Reservations required.

Where: Bois de Liesse Nature Park (near Accueil des champs), 3555 Douglas B. Floreani Blvd., Pierrefonds, QC  H4S 1Y6

Time: 6:45pm-9:00pm

Cost: $7.00 per person or $21.00 per family (2 adults and 3 children)

Age: 6 years and up (with an adult)

Additional info: http://guepe.qc.ca

 

 

 

Fire on ice-Natrel (Montreal)

Add a little spice to your winter season over four sparkling evenings. Enjoy the magic of Natrel Fire on Ice as pyrotechnics light up Montréal’s winter skies to the sounds of local and international hits. Gather round and let the warmth of the sky’s fires warm your heart!

Where: Old Port of Montreal, Rue de la Commune Ouest, H2Y2E2

Time: 8:00pm

Cost: Free

Age: All ages

Additional info: https://www.facebook.com/events/143325599725526/

 

Sunday, January 14th

 

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

 

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: 10am to 9pm

Cost: Free entrance

Ages: All ages

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

 

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: The Red Maple Leaf & Other Stories  (Pointe-Claire)

Born in Czechoslovakia and now residing in Montreal, Ludmila Zeman is an award-winning filmmaker and an author and illustrator of picture books that have been translated into many languages and have won awards and praise worldwide. Her books The First Red Maple Leaf and Sindbad from the Tales of the Thousand and One Nights were also finalists for that award. Come and discover several original illustrations from her picture books along with her animated film in this wonderful exhibition showcasing her work

Where: Pointe-Claire Cultural Centre, Stewart Hall

Time: 1:00pm-5:00pm

Cost: free

Age: All ages

Additional Info: http://bit.ly/2yTh4gF

 

 

Family Movie: Paddington (Lachine)

Enjoy an afternoon movie, Paddington (2015).  Library membership and registration required.  Cost: FREE for library members. Registration required

Where: Saul-Bellow Library, 3100 St. Antoine St., Lachine, QC  H8S 4E3

Time: 2:00pm

Cost: Free for library members. Registration required

Age: All ages

Additional infohttp://bit.ly/2mb3dhd

 

Duplo and Lego Club (Beaconsfield)

Show us your building skills! The best creations will be displayed in the Library! Library membership and registration required.

Where: Beaconsfield Library, 303 Beaconsfield Blvd. Beaconsfield, QC  H9W 4A7

Time: 2:00pm

Cost: Free for library members. Registration required

Age: 3-12 years

Additional info: http://beaconsfield.ca