Activities for May 14 to 16


***Please be advised: We work hard to collect all the information listed. You should always call ahead to make sure the times and locations are correct before attending any event. Times and locations can change once we have published our list***

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Friday , May 14


Visit the Zoo Ecomuseum (Ste Anne de Bellevue)

Did you know we have a beautiful zoo right in our own backyard?
Numerous animals living in their own habitat. A definete Must see.
Tickets Must be purchased in advance. Support our local zoo.

Where: 21125 Chemin Ste. Marie, Ste Anne de Bellevue

Time: 9am to 5pm

Cost: Various prices- please refer to the website

Ages: All ages

Additional Info:
https://zooecomuseum.ca/en/visitor-information/


Arbraska (Rigaud)

At the heart of Mont Rigaud, this park features natural beauty, thrills and loads of excitement. Climb into your harness and come live an unbelievable treetop experience, release your inner Tarzan on the mega zip lines, free your imagination in the Arbre-en-Ciel Village and rest up in our Artemania trail network. You’ll surpass your every expectation, and emerge a proud warrior after doing it all!

8 years old minimum

**cancellation or reschedualing in case of freezing rain or extreme weather**

All the equipment you need to participate in the activity is provided.

Where: 85 chemin Bourget, Rigaud, Québec

Time: 9am- varied time slots and packages available

Ages: 8 and up

Cost: Different options available- see their website

Additional Info: https://www-1567q.bookeo.com/bookeo/b_portail_arbraska_start.html?ctlsrc2=3w0jm%2BuM%2BVJRJCIBDx6WsrktNmzIyw%2FwsgXrldzJhdY%3D&src=02a



Omega Park (Montebello)

mega Park and its animals welcome you with open arms to show you the wildlife of Quebec, all at only a short drive from Montreal! Are you planning a day out at Omega Park as a family, group or couple? Below you willl find the details of our prices and opening hours depending on the season.
*** LIMITED SPACES MUST PURCHASE ONLINE***

Where: 399 Route 323 Nord, Montebello

Time: 9:30am to 5pm

Cost: Adults 16+ $30.44 each,
6 to 15 yrs- $21.74, 2 to 5yrs old- $12.18

Ages: All ages

Additional Info: www.parcomega.ca


Exporail ( Saint Constant)

Exporail delights visitors of all ages by operating a railway museum which is fun to experience, and educates and informs at multiple levels in both official languages. As the leading railway museum in Canada, it strives to be among the best in the world.

** MUST purchase your tickets in advance.

Where: 110, Saint-Pierre Street, Saint-Constant

Time: 10am to 5pm

Cost:  Adults $21.20, students (13-17) $12.75, children (3-12) $10.60

Ages: All ages

Additional Info: https://www.exporail.org/en/plan-your-visit/visit/


Atrium 1000 (Montreal)

This unique indoor skating rink invites you to lace up your skates and glide to the lively beat of music year-round. With the sun rays shining through the immense glass dome above, the Atrium Le 1000 stands out; it is located on the main floor of Montreal’s and the province of Quebec’s tallest building!

** Please note that places are limited and must be booked at least one day before your visit by calling 514 395-0555 between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.**

Where: Atrium 1000, 1000 rue de la Gauchetiere, Montreal

Time: 11am to 5pm

Cost: $5.00 per person. Skate rentals are available as well at a cost

Ages: All ages

Additional Info: Schedule and Rates | Atrium Le 1000


La Grande Roue de Montreal (Montreal)

Enjoy a panorama view of Montreal 60 meters high. All covid protocol is put into place and each pod is cleaned after each group. Book your tickets in advance.

Where: Old Port of Montreal, Bonsecours Basin

Time: 11am to 7pm

Ages: All ages

Cost: The cost varies depending on your choice of package. Check the website

Additional Info: https://www.lagranderouedemontreal.com/


Unpacking the N Word (Online)

Due to overwhelming demand from the public, Overture With the Arts present “Unpacking the N-Word” to the community. This event will include a live educational presentation from award-winning professional actor, writer, director and
producer Omari Newton, followed by a panel of experts: Dr. Sabrina Jafralie, Ph.D., Educator, Consultant, Co-Founder and Activist, Balarama Holness, Social Entrepreneur, M.Ed, and community activist, our presenter Omari and panel moderator Catherine Verdon-Diamond, award-winning TV personality and CBC News correspondent. This virtual presentation will serve as a fundraiser for our organization so that we can continue our work empowering today’s youth and tomorrow’s change-makers by bringing arts, culture, and education to the community. Make a night out of it – have dinner with us courtesy of Tasty Touch Authentic Caribbean cuisine, helping to bring us even closer to our fundraising goal. TICKETS TO THE EVENT MUST BE PURCHASED VIA OUR FUNDRAISING SITE IN ORDER TO RECEIVE YOUR UNIQUE LINK: https://trellis.org/unpacking-the-n-word

*** TICKETS MUST BE PURCHASED IN ADVANCE

Where: Online

Time: 6:30pm

Cost: $25

Ages: 10 and up

Additional Info: https://trellis.org/unpacking-the-n-word


Saturday , May 15


Visit the Zoo Ecomuseum (Ste Anne de Bellevue)

Did you know we have a beautiful zoo right in our own backyard?
Numerous animals living in their own habitat. A definete Must see.
Tickets Must be purchased in advance. Support our local zoo.
*** LIMITED SPACES***

Where: 21125 Chemin Ste. Marie, Ste Anne de Bellevue

Time: 9am to 5pm

Cost: Various prices- please refer to the website

Ages: All ages

Additional Info:
https://zooecomuseum.ca/en/visitor-information/


Arbraska (Rigaud)

At the heart of Mont Rigaud, this park features natural beauty, thrills and loads of excitement. Climb into your harness and come live an unbelievable treetop experience, release your inner Tarzan on the mega zip lines, free your imagination in the Arbre-en-Ciel Village and rest up in our Artemania trail network. You’ll surpass your every expectation, and emerge a proud warrior after doing it all!

8 years old minimum

**cancellation or reschedualing in case of freezing rain or extreme weather**

All the equipment you need to participate in the activity is provided.

Where: 85 chemin Bourget, Rigaud, Québec

Time: 9am- varied time slots and packages available

Ages: 8 and up

Cost: Different options available- see their website

Additional Info: https://www-1567q.bookeo.com/bookeo/b_portail_arbraska_start.html?ctlsrc2=3w0jm%2BuM%2BVJRJCIBDx6WsrktNmzIyw%2FwsgXrldzJhdY%3D&src=02a




Omega Park (Montebello)

mega Park and its animals welcome you with open arms to show you the wildlife of Quebec, all at only a short drive from Montreal! Are you planning a day out at Omega Park as a family, group or couple? Below you willl find the details of our prices and opening hours depending on the season.
*** LIMITED SPACES MUST PURCHASE ONLINE***

Where: 399 Route 323 Nord, Montebello

Time: 9:30am to 5pm

Cost: Adults 16+ $30.44 each,
6 to 15 yrs- $21.74, 2 to 5yrs old- $12.18

Ages: All ages

Additional Info: www.parcomega.ca


Granby Zoo (Granby)

Buy your half-day tickets for the Zoo in Spring! Every weekends until April 11th, 2021, including the Easter weekend.

Gives access to the Zoo only. Several indoor pavilions are now accessible, including the elephants and giraffes, the Temple, the South Pacific Odyssey Aquarium and the Afrika Pavilion. The Africa trails will be fully open from April 2nd. Your best Spring walk for only $16.99.

Please note that at all times, sanitary measures must be respected, in particular the wearing of a mask at all times on the site for people 10 years of age and older, the respect of the family bubble and the social distancing of 2 meters.

Where: Granby zoo, 525, rue St-Hubert
Granby, (Québec)

Time: 2 Time slots Available- Limited Space:
9:30am to 12:30pm and 1:30pm to 4:30pm

Cost: 3yrs and over $16.99, 3 and under free

Ages: All ages

Additional Info: https://zoodegranby.com/


Exporail ( Saint Constant)

Exporail delights visitors of all ages by operating a railway museum which is fun to experience, and educates and informs at multiple levels in both official languages. As the leading railway museum in Canada, it strives to be among the best in the world.

** MUST purchase your tickets in advance.

Where: 110, Saint-Pierre Street, Saint-Constant

Time: 10am to 5pm

Cost:  Adults $21.20, students (13-17) $12.75, children (3-12) $10.60

Ages: All ages

Additional Info: https://www.exporail.org/en/plan-your-visit/visit/


La Grande Roue de Montreal

Enjoy a panorama view of Montreal 60 meters high. All covid protocol is put into place and each pod is cleaned after each group. Book your tickets in advance.

Where: Old Port of Montreal, Bonsecours Basin

Time: 11am to 7pm

Ages: All ages

Cost: The cost varies depending on your choice of package. Check the website

Additional Info: https://www.lagranderouedemontreal.com/


SOS Labrynthe (Montreal)

The Old Port of Montreal’s Hangar 16 is over 105 years old! SOS Labyrinthe celebrates this historical icon throughout its theming.

According to our legend… In 1942, two young apprentices named Stevie and Mayday start working as longshoremen at Hangar 16. They spend their lives moving and storing tons of cargo and merchandise.

As years go by, the Hangar 16 longshoremen witness many historic events about Montreal and the St. Lawrence River… And they collect many objects related to these historic moments, objects they lovingly call the treasures of the longshoremen.

When Hangar 16 closes down in the 1970s, Stevie and Mayday become its day-and-night watchmen and permanent occupants… And with the passage of time, they are completely forgotten! But they have not forgotten their treasures of the longshoremen, and they want you to know about them and their stories.

Now over 90 years old, our two mischievous companions have transformed Hangar 16 into a gigantic maze very hard to navigate, full of challenges and dead-ends.  

And each summer, they select 4 objects from the treasures of the Longshoremen and challenge you to find them!

Where: Hangar 16, Old Port of Montreal, Clock Tower Pier

Time: 11am to 6pm

Cost: Costs vary depending on age. Visit the site for more info

Ages: All ages

Additional Info: https://soslabyrinthe.com/


MTL ZipLine (Old Port, Montreal)

Come and try the first urban zipline circuit in CanadaMontreal Zipline offers you a thrilling experience while discovering Montreal from a bird’s eye view. Transform yourself into a superhero flying over the city. The zip-line course flies over the famous Bonsecours island in Montreal’s Old Port, which is one of the city’s most popular tourist areas.

Where: Hangar 16, 363 Rue de la Commune E, Montréal, QC

Time: 12pm to 6pm

Cost: Adults 13 and up- $19.99 and Kids 12 and under $16.99

Ages: No age limit but must weigh between 50 and 250lbs

Additional Info: Zipline experience in Montreal – MTL Zipline



Sunday , May 16


Visit the Zoo Ecomuseum (Ste Anne de Bellevue)

Did you know we have a beautiful zoo right in our own backyard?
Numerous animals living in their own habitat. A definete Must see.
Tickets Must be purchased in advance. Support our local zoo.
*** LIMITED SPACES***

Where: 21125 Chemin Ste. Marie, Ste Anne de Bellevue

Time: 9am to 5pm

Cost: Various prices- please refer to the website

Ages: All ages

Additional Info:
https://zooecomuseum.ca/en/visitor-information/



Arbraska (Rigaud)

At the heart of Mont Rigaud, this park features natural beauty, thrills and loads of excitement. Climb into your harness and come live an unbelievable treetop experience, release your inner Tarzan on the mega zip lines, free your imagination in the Arbre-en-Ciel Village and rest up in our Artemania trail network. You’ll surpass your every expectation, and emerge a proud warrior after doing it all!

8 years old minimum

**cancellation or reschedualing in case of freezing rain or extreme weather**

All the equipment you need to participate in the activity is provided.

Where: 85 chemin Bourget, Rigaud, Québec

Time: 9am- varied time slots and packages available

Ages: 8 and up

Cost: Different options available- see their website

Additional Info: https://www-1567q.bookeo.com/bookeo/b_portail_arbraska_start.html?ctlsrc2=3w0jm%2BuM%2BVJRJCIBDx6WsrktNmzIyw%2FwsgXrldzJhdY%3D&src=02a


Omega Park (Montebello)

mega Park and its animals welcome you with open arms to show you the wildlife of Quebec, all at only a short drive from Montreal! Are you planning a day out at Omega Park as a family, group or couple? Below you willl find the details of our prices and opening hours depending on the season.
*** LIMITED SPACES MUST PURCHASE ONLINE***

Where: 399 Route 323 Nord, Montebello

Time: 9:30am to 5pm

Cost: Adults 16+ $30.44 each,
6 to 15 yrs- $21.74, 2 to 5yrs old- $12.18

Ages: All ages

Additional Info: www.parcomega.ca


Granby Zoo (Granby)

Buy your half-day tickets for the Zoo in Spring! Every weekends until April 11th, 2021, including the Easter weekend.

Gives access to the Zoo only. Several indoor pavilions are now accessible, including the elephants and giraffes, the Temple, the South Pacific Odyssey Aquarium and the Afrika Pavilion. The Africa trails will be fully open from April 2nd. Your best Spring walk for only $16.99.

Please note that at all times, sanitary measures must be respected, in particular the wearing of a mask at all times on the site for people 10 years of age and older, the respect of the family bubble and the social distancing of 2 meters.

Where: Granby zoo, 525, rue St-Hubert
Granby, (Québec)

Time: 2 Time slots Available- Limited Space:
9:30am to 12:30pm and 1:30pm to 4:30pm

Cost: 3yrs and over $16.99, 3 and under free

Ages: All ages

Additional Info: https://zoodegranby.com/


Exporail ( Saint Constant)

Exporail delights visitors of all ages by operating a railway museum which is fun to experience, and educates and informs at multiple levels in both official languages. As the leading railway museum in Canada, it strives to be among the best in the world.

** MUST purchase your tickets in advance.

Where: 110, Saint-Pierre Street, Saint-Constant

Time: 10am to 5pm

Cost:  Residents of Quebec have free access to Exporail on the first Sunday of each month with proof of residency for each adult.

Ages: All ages

Additional Info: https://www.exporail.org/en/plan-your-visit/visit/


La Grande Roue de Montreal

Enjoy a panorama view of Montreal 60 meters high. All covid protocol is put into place and each pod is cleaned after each group. Book your tickets in advance.

Where: Old Port of Montreal, Bonsecours Basin

Time: 11am to 7pm

Ages: All ages

Cost: The cost varies depending on your choice of package. Check the website

Additional Info: https://www.lagranderouedemontreal.com/


SOS Labrynthe (Montreal)

The Old Port of Montreal’s Hangar 16 is over 105 years old! SOS Labyrinthe celebrates this historical icon throughout its theming.

According to our legend… In 1942, two young apprentices named Stevie and Mayday start working as longshoremen at Hangar 16. They spend their lives moving and storing tons of cargo and merchandise.

As years go by, the Hangar 16 longshoremen witness many historic events about Montreal and the St. Lawrence River… And they collect many objects related to these historic moments, objects they lovingly call the treasures of the longshoremen.

When Hangar 16 closes down in the 1970s, Stevie and Mayday become its day-and-night watchmen and permanent occupants… And with the passage of time, they are completely forgotten! But they have not forgotten their treasures of the longshoremen, and they want you to know about them and their stories.

Now over 90 years old, our two mischievous companions have transformed Hangar 16 into a gigantic maze very hard to navigate, full of challenges and dead-ends.  

And each summer, they select 4 objects from the treasures of the Longshoremen and challenge you to find them!

Where: Hangar 16, Old Port of Montreal, Clock Tower Pier

Time: 11am to 6pm

Cost: Costs vary depending on age. Visit the site for more info

Ages: All ages

Additional Info: https://soslabyrinthe.com/


MTL ZipLine (Old Port, Montreal)

Come and try the first urban zipline circuit in CanadaMontreal Zipline offers you a thrilling experience while discovering Montreal from a bird’s eye view. Transform yourself into a superhero flying over the city. The zip-line course flies over the famous Bonsecours island in Montreal’s Old Port, which is one of the city’s most popular tourist areas.

Where: Hangar 16, 363 Rue de la Commune E, Montréal, QC

Time: 12pm to 6pm

Cost: Adults 13 and up- $19.99 and Kids 12 and under $16.99

Ages: No age limit but must weigh between 50 and 250lbs

Additional Info: Zipline experience in Montreal – MTL Zipline