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We work hard to make every effort to ensure the accuracy of these events. Before attending any event, you should always call ahead to confirm dates, times, location, and other information.

 

Friday, March 3:

 

Baby Rhyme Time

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.

Space is limited. Advance registration is required.

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

Time: 10:15am to 11:00am

Cost: Free for library members and $3 for non-members

Age: 18mths and under with parent/caregiver

Additional Info: http://bit.ly/2iT3OW9

 

Expo for Kids: The Size of Ideas

How does an artwork take form? From the original spark to public presentation, kids will learn about the various stages of the creative process through the work of Randall Anderson. A father, educator and teacher, Anderson is a multidisciplinary artist who is influenced by the world of childhood. His artworks, which are both fun and educational, reflect the accuracy of his observations.

Where: Pointe-Claire Cultural Centre, Stewart Hall, 176 Lakeshore Road, Pointe-Claire

Time: 1:00pm to 5:00pm

Cost: Free

Age: 5yrs old and up

Additional Info: http://www.pointe-claire.ca/en/calendar/the-size-of-ideas/

 

Tales N’ Tunes

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

This activity runs weekly, every Friday, from January 27th to May 5th . (No class March 10th and April 14th )

Library membership and registration required.

Where: Pointe Claire Library (Valois branch) 68 Prince Edward Ave., Pointe-Claire.

Time: 1:15pm to 2:00pm

Cost: FREE for library members.

Age: 2 to 5yrs old, with parent/caregiver

Additional Info: http://biblio.pointe-claire.ca/home/kidzone/programs-for-children.dot

 

Mammouth Village

Located on the Esplanade Sun Life Financial, at the foot of the Olympic Stadium, this site allows visitors to enjoy the winter day and night. Among the main attractions of the Mammouth Village, there is a skating rink respecting NHL dimensions, a slide of more than 24 meters and a restaurant area with a bar and two restaurants designed specifically for the site. With relaxation areas heated and DJ, the Village will certainly be a fixture in the city!

Where: Parc Olympique, 4141 ave. Pierre de Coubertin, Montreal

Time: 4pm to 10 pm

Cost: Various prices check the website.

Age: All ages

Additional Info: www.villagemammouth.com

 

Kids Cafe Cooking Class

You and your little one can work together to make glazed ham & cheese croissants and caramel milkshakes. Please be advised that Cooking Schools are not allergy-free zones.

Where: Provigo Le Marche Pierrefonds

Time: 5:30pm to 6:30pm

Cost: $9.00  per person (Complimentary for Parent or Caregiver)

Age: 2 to 6yrs old

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

 

First Fridays at St. Columba

This month’s theme: “Vendredi Gras” Madness

You’ve heard of Mardi Gras? How about “Vendredi Gras”? Feathers, beads and masks – what more do we need to have a blast? Come party with us on Friday, March 3, at St. Columba’s First Fridays Community Supper.

Enjoy the finest food and best cakes in town! No registration necessary. Young and old – all ages are welcome! Suggested donation – only $8 per adult, but give what you can.

The good times begin to roll at 17h30 with snacks and fun activities for the kids. Dinner is served around 18h30. Kids who finish quickly can continue with the activities or watch a movie.

Parents can relax! Kids rejoin their parents for dessert. It is BYOB with juice, water, coffee and vegetarian options always available.

So join us and “laissez les bons temps rouler”.

Where: St. Columba, 11 Rodney Ave. Pointe-Claire, QC | H9R 4L8

Ages: all ages

Time: 17h30 to 20h00 but come when you can

17h30 – children’s activities   18h30 – meal is served

Cost: suggested donation – $8 per adult but give what you can. Free for kids

BYOB – juice, water and coffee are always available

Vegetarian options also available

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

 

Asterix: Le Domaine des Dieux

Part of Festival International du Film pour Enfants de Montreal. To wipe out the indomitable Gauls, Julius Caesar plans to build a luxurious residential estate for Romans next to the village. Will our Gallic friends resist the lure of money and Roman comfort? (Movie is in French). Passes required.

Where: East Community Centre, 9665 Gouin Blvd W., Pierrefonds

Time: 7:00pm

Cost: Free (passes required)

Age: 4 to 8yrs old

Additional Info: http://bit.ly/28KJj9V

 

Saturday, March 4:

 

Maple Syrup Experience at Quinn Farm

Take a tractor and wagon ride and learn about how Maple Syrup is produced and on your return enjoy one stick of Maple Taffy on snow. Afterward, visit the animal barn and play yard.

Where: La Ferme Quinn, 2495 Perrot Blvd., Notre Dame de L’Ile Perrot

Time: 10:00am to 3:00pm

Cost: $2 per person (2 years and over) for the admission, and $7 per person (2 years and over) to participate in the activity.

Age: All ages

Additional Info:  http://www.quinnfarm.qc.ca/maple-syrup-experience.html

 

 

Lego Club

On their own or with friends, kids will build something that is related to a given theme or just follow their imagination. This week’s challenge is: create using only one brick color. Library membership and registration is required.

Where: Pointe Claire Library (Main branch), 100 Douglas-Shand Ave., Pointe-Claire

Time: 10:00am to 11:30am (ages 5 to 9)

1:00pm to 2:30pm (ages 5 to 9)

3:00pm to 4:30pm (ages 8 to 12)

Cost: Free for library members. Registration is required

Age: 5 to 12 yrs old

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

 

Wilderness Skills

What would you do if you found yourself in the woods with only a few items? Come and learn how to find your way, what to eat, how to build a shelter and much more! Space is limited. Please reserve your spot. Please wear appropriate attire.

Where: Morgan Arboretum, Macdonald Campus, McGill University, 150 Pines Rd., Ste.Anne de Bellevue

Time: 10:00am to 1:00pm

Cost: $17 adults, $12 children (reduced cost for members)

Age: All ages (children must be accompanied by an adult)

Additional Info: http://www.morganarboretum.org/upcoming-events.html

 

Cineplex Sensory Friendly Movie: Lego Batman

Cineplex sensory friendly presentations are in partnership with Autism Speaks Canada.

Enjoy lower sounds, increased lighting, spacious seating, bring your own snacks, and a quiet Calming Zone separate room throughout the movie. Screenings are approximately every six weeks on Saturdays at 10:30a.m.

Where: Cineplex Kirkland

Time: 10:30am to 12:00pm

Cost: Children’s admission price for all

Age: All ages

Additional Info: http://www.cineplex.com/Theatres/SensoryFriendly

 

Mammouth Village

Located on the Esplanade Sun Life Financial, at the foot of the Olympic Stadium, this site allows visitors to enjoy the winter day and night. Among the main attractions of the Mammouth Village, there is a skating rink respecting NHL dimensions, a slide of more than 24 meters and a restaurant area with a bar and two restaurants designed specifically for the site. With relaxation areas heated and DJ, the Village will certainly be a fixture in the city!

Where: Parc Olympique, 4141 ave. Pierre de Coubertin, Montreal

Time: 11:00am to 2:00 am

Cost: Various prices check the website.

Age: All ages

Additional Info: www.villagemammouth.com

 

 

 Saturday Morning Storytime

This parent-child activity introduces youngsters to the joys of reading. Fun and simple stories with rhymes and songs with Madame Plume, followed by a coloring activity. No registration required. First come first served!

Where: Kirkland Municipal Library, 17100 Hymus Blvd., Kirkland

Time: 11:00am to 11:45am

Cost: Free

Age: 2 to 5 years old

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

 

Cineplex Family Favorites

This week’s movie is “Nine Lives”

Where: Cineplex Kirkland

Time: 11:00am

Cost: $2.99

Age: All ages

Additional Info: http://www.cineplex.com/Events/FamilyFavourites

 

Sugaring Off at Morgan Arboretum

Take a trip through time and discover the early origins of sugaring. You will have the chance to visit the Arboretum’s sugar house to experience the current process of boiling down sap into a delightful golden treat, while learning about tree biology and the importance of climate in affecting the yield of sap produced by trees. Included in the visit are two separate wagon rides through the maple grove, and to top it all off, a stop at our serving tables to enjoy a taste of pure maple taffy. Reservations are required.

Where: Morgan Arboretum, Macdonald Campus, McGill University,150 Pines Rd., Ste. Anne de Bellevue

Time: 12:00pm to 1:30 p.m. or 1:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.

Cost: $8 per person

Age: All ages

Additional Info: http://www.morganarboretum.org/upcoming-events.html

 

 

 Baskin Robbins Customer Appreciation Day

The Kirkland location and its newest franchisee, Feng Jiang, will welcome friends and neighbours for Customer Appreciation Day as a token of their gratitude to the community!

Invite your friends and loved ones for this special event, during which Baskin-Robbins will be offering 31 cent junior scoops to all. Who knows, you might even run into some familiar faces!

Where: Baskin-Robbins, 2752 St. Charles Blvd.,Kirkland

Time: 12:00pm to 4:00pm

Cost: $0.31 for a junior scoop

Age: All ages

Additional Info: http://bit.ly/2l5NQZL

 

 

Expo for Kids: The Size of Ideas

How does an artwork take form? From the original spark to public presentation, kids will learn about the various stages of the creative process through the work of Randall Anderson. A father, educator and teacher, Anderson is a multidisciplinary artist who is influenced by the world of childhood. His artworks, which are both fun and educational, reflect the accuracy of his observations.

Where: Pointe-Claire Cultural Centre, Stewart Hall, 176 Lakeshore Road, Pointe-Claire

Time: 1:00pm to 5:00pm

Cost: Free

Age: 5yrs old and up

Additional Info: http://www.pointe-claire.ca/en/calendar/the-size-of-ideas/

 

West Island Art Hive

A community art studio that offers the public an opportunity to create, connect, collaborate.

This non-profit program provides a space and art supplies for people of all ages to come together and express themselves in various forms of art.

This is not an art course with instruction but, instead, an opportunity for children, teens, parents, grandparents and groups to spend the afternoon creating together, letting their imaginations run free, in a welcoming environment that fosters community amongst artists of all ages and skills levels.

Where: Lakeside Heights Baptist Church, 275 Braebrook, Pointe Claire

Time: 1:00pm to 4:00pm

Cost: Free

Age: All ages

Additional Info: http://www.lakesideheights.org/west-island-art-hive/

 

 

Antarctic Adventure Story Hour

A story hour featuring penguin stories and songs. A craft will follow. Library member ship and registration are required for this activity.

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

Time: 1:30pm to 2:30pm

Cost: Free for library members

Age: 3 to 6 yrs old

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

 

 

Candy Wrapper Wallets

Come eat your fill of candy then use the wrappers to create a wallet or purse. Library membership and registration required.

Where: Pointe Claire Library (Main Branch), 100 Douglas-Shand Ave., Pointe-Claire

Time: 2:00pm to 4:00pm

Cost: Free for library members

Age: 12 to 17yrs old

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

 

 

Family Skate Night

The rink is open and families are invited to spend an evening skating. A helmet is compulsory for ages 13 & under.

Where: McGilll Arena, Macdonald Campus, McGill University, 2111, Ste. Anne de Bellevue

Time: 7:00pm to 9:00pm

Cost: FREE with Carte Loisirs, $2-$3 without Carte Loisirs

Age: All ages

Additional Info: http://www.ville.sainte-anne-de-bellevue.qc.ca/en

 

 

Sunday, March 5:

 

Maple Syrup Experience at Quinn Farm

Take a tractor and wagon ride and learn about how Maple Syrup is produced and on your return enjoy one stick of Maple Taffy on snow. Afterward, visit the animal barn and play yard.

Where: La Ferme Quinn, 2495 Perrot Blvd., Notre Dame de L’Ile Perrot

Time: 10:00am to 3:00pm

Cost: $2 per person (2 years and over) for the admission, and $7 per person (2 years and over) to participate in the activity.

Age: All ages

Additional Info: http://www.quinnfarm.qc.ca/maple-syrup-experience.html

 

Mammouth Village

Located on the Esplanade Sun Life Financial, at the foot of the Olympic Stadium, this site allows visitors to enjoy the winter day and night. Among the main attractions of the Mammouth Village, there is a skating rink respecting NHL dimensions, a slide of more than 24 meters and a restaurant area with a bar and two restaurants designed specifically for the site. With relaxation areas heated and DJ, the Village will certainly be a fixture in the city!

Where: Parc Olympique, 4141 ave. Pierre de Coubertin, Montreal

Time: 11:00am to 8:00pm

Cost: Various prices check the website.

Age: All ages

Additional Info: www.villagemammouth.com

 

Expo for Kids: The Size of Ideas

How does an artwork take form? From the original spark to public presentation, kids will learn about the various stages of the creative process through the work of Randall Anderson. A father, educator and teacher, Anderson is a multidisciplinary artist who is influenced by the world of childhood. His artworks, which are both fun and educational, reflect the accuracy of his observations.

Where: Pointe-Claire Cultural Centre, Stewart Hall, 176 Lakeshore Road, Pointe-Claire

Time: 1:00pm to 5:00pm

Cost: Free

Age: 5yrs old and up

Additional Info: http://www.pointe-claire.ca/en/calendar/the-size-of-ideas/

 

 

Music Concert & Workshop: Sing, Sing, Sing

Sing, Sing, Sing! is a concert-workshop with period costumes. Kerry-Anne Kutz, accompanied by pianist Michael Woytiuk, sings Gregorian chant, troubadour songs, and pieces by Bach, Handel, and Mozart. Children and their parents present a mini-opera and join in a jazz improvisation on the classic French song “Alouette”.

Where: Pointe-Claire Cultural Centre, Stewart Hall, 176 Lakeshore Rd., Pointe-Claire

Time: 3:00pm

Cost: FREE, passes required

Age: 6 to 12yrs old

Additional Info: http://www.pointe-claire.ca/en/calendrier/