***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***

Friday , September 18

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/

Visit the Renovated Biodome (Montreal)

Summer and winter alike, the Montréal Biodôme is the perfect family outing! With five ecosystems of the Americas under one roof, the Biodôme is like a walk in nature. A place of wonder, learning and environmental commitment for young and old alike, it’s also one of Montréal’s must-see tourist attractions.

The Biodôme’s name means “house of life.” It houses more than 250,000 animals from about 220 different species and 500 plant species. It is one of the few places in the world to reproduce so faithfully the complexity of the natural environment and the interactions between animal and plant species.

*** Limited amount of people are allowed in everyday. Tickets must be purchased online.

Where: 4777, avenue Pierre-De CoubertinMontréal, QC H1V 1B3

Time: 9am to 6pm

Cost: Visit the website for all pricing options

Ages: All ages

Additional Info: https://espacepourlavie.ca/

Montreal Science Center (Montreal)

How do astronauts live and work in space? Discover how they have managed to defy the challenge in Journey to Space.

Come explore the most astounding aspects of life in space. Learn about the dangers and difficulties astronauts face and venture into a future where planet Earth may no longer be the only place inhabited by humans. Embark on your very own journey to space during this five-part exhibition.
** Tickets must be purchased online and in advance as there are limitations on the amount of people that can attend at one time.

Wearing a mask or face cover is mandatory for persons 12 years of age and older according to the current recommendations of the Public Health Department. Online tickets only.

Where:Montreal Science Centre ,2 de la Commune St. W.,Montreal, (Old Port of Montreal)

Time: 10am to 5pm

Ages: All ages

Cost: Tickets starting at: adults $18, teens $12, children $7, families $43. Tickets must be purchased online

Additional Info:
https://www.montrealsciencecentre.com/visitor-info


La Grande Roue de Montreal (Old Port of Montreal)

At the top of La Grande Roue de Montréal, you are immediately struck by the loveliness of Old Montréal, with its historic buildings and charming Place Jacques-Cartier, located right nearby. Then, looking up, you discover the city centre’s eclectic architecture, overlooked by Mount Royal.

To the south, the majestic Saint Lawrence River and its seaway unfold into an impressive spectacle. On Sainte-Hélène and Notre-Dame islands, you can glimpse at remnants of the famous 1967 Universal Exposition.

In the evening, colourful lights steal the show, creating a romantic and festive atmosphere. Mount Royal disappears, but you still see its illuminated cross, atop a lively urban landscape… And let’s not forget the Jacques-Cartier Bridge, whose lighting beautifully completes the nighttime panorama.

The Grande Roue de Montréal itself is not to be outdone, shining on the Bonsecours Basin every evening. Come bask in its soft glow!

Where: Old Port of Montreal, 362 rue de la Commune E.,
Montreal

Time: 10am to 11pm

Cost: Tickets starts at $20.12. A variety of packages available to purchase online.

Ages: All ages

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


SOS Labrynthe (Montreal-Old Port)

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!

Historical Content
Each treasure of the longshoremen is linked to historical facts related to Montreal, its river or its harbor. A number of posters tell the stories behind these treasures, allowing you to grasp the historical significance of these little known facts.

Where: SOS Labyrinthe – Hanger 16, Quai de l’Horloge St.,Montreal

Time: 10am to 9pm

Cost: Adults $18.75, teens 13-17 $16.75, children 4-12 $14.75, kids 3 & under FREE

Ages: All ages

Additional Info: https://soslabyrinthe.com/en/laventure/

Mini-Exhibition: The Wonderful World of Insects(POinte Claire)

Explore the wonderful world of insects!  You will discover insects from here and abroad, including butterflies, beetles, flies, bees, fireflies and many more. Vibrant colours, mimicry and camouflage will be featured through the insect photography of entomologist Stéphanie Boucher and her collection of specimens!
Be sure to bring along your mask.

Monday to Friday: 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Wednesday: 1 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Saturday: closed
Sunday: 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.

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

Time: 1pm to 5pm

Cost: Free

Ages: All ages

Additional Info: https://www.pointe-claire.ca/en/calendar/




Beau market (Beaconsfield)

Fresh local produce, locally crafted hygiene products, locally made ready to eat food. Please be informed on social distancing and other protocol put in place.

Where: Beaurepaire Village- Beaconsfield Boulevard and Woodland in that area

Time: 3pm to 6:30pm

Cost: Free entrance- cost for produce

Age: All ages

Additional info and info provided by: https://www.facebook.com/events/2726408150961839/



Saturday , September 19


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/



Visit the Renovated Biodome (Montreal)

Summer and winter alike, the Montréal Biodôme is the perfect family outing! With five ecosystems of the Americas under one roof, the Biodôme is like a walk in nature. A place of wonder, learning and environmental commitment for young and old alike, it’s also one of Montréal’s must-see tourist attractions.

The Biodôme’s name means “house of life.” It houses more than 250,000 animals from about 220 different species and 500 plant species. It is one of the few places in the world to reproduce so faithfully the complexity of the natural environment and the interactions between animal and plant species.

*** Limited amount of people are allowed in everyday. Tickets must be purchased online.

Where: 4777, avenue Pierre-De CoubertinMontréal, QC H1V 1B3

Time: 9am to 6pm

Cost: Visit the website for all pricing options

Ages: All ages

Additional Info: https://espacepourlavie.ca/


Montreal Science Center (Montreal)

How do astronauts live and work in space? Discover how they have managed to defy the challenge in Journey to Space.

Come explore the most astounding aspects of life in space. Learn about the dangers and difficulties astronauts face and venture into a future where planet Earth may no longer be the only place inhabited by humans. Embark on your very own journey to space during this five-part exhibition.
** Tickets must be purchased online and in advance as there are limitations on the amount of people that can attend at one time.

Wearing a mask or face cover is mandatory for persons 12 years of age and older according to the current recommendations of the Public Health Department. Online tickets only.

Where:Montreal Science Centre ,2 de la Commune St. W.,Montreal, (Old Port of Montreal)

Time: 10am to 5pm

Ages: All ages

Cost: Tickets starting at: adults $18, teens $12, children $7, families $43. Tickets must be purchased online

Additional Info:
https://www.montrealsciencecentre.com/visitor-info


La Grande Roue de Montreal (Old Port of Montreal)

At the top of La Grande Roue de Montréal, you are immediately struck by the loveliness of Old Montréal, with its historic buildings and charming Place Jacques-Cartier, located right nearby. Then, looking up, you discover the city centre’s eclectic architecture, overlooked by Mount Royal.

To the south, the majestic Saint Lawrence River and its seaway unfold into an impressive spectacle. On Sainte-Hélène and Notre-Dame islands, you can glimpse at remnants of the famous 1967 Universal Exposition.

In the evening, colourful lights steal the show, creating a romantic and festive atmosphere. Mount Royal disappears, but you still see its illuminated cross, atop a lively urban landscape… And let’s not forget the Jacques-Cartier Bridge, whose lighting beautifully completes the nighttime panorama.

The Grande Roue de Montréal itself is not to be outdone, shining on the Bonsecours Basin every evening. Come bask in its soft glow!

Where: Old Port of Montreal, 362 rue de la Commune E.,
Montreal

Time: 10am to 11pm

Cost: Tickets starts at $20.12. A variety of packages available to purchase online.

Ages: All ages

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


SOS Labrynthe (Montreal-Old Port)

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!

Historical Content
Each treasure of the longshoremen is linked to historical facts related to Montreal, its river or its harbor. A number of posters tell the stories behind these treasures, allowing you to grasp the historical significance of these little known facts.

Where: SOS Labyrinthe – Hanger 16, Quai de l’Horloge St.,Montreal

Time: 10am to 9pm

Cost: Adults $18.75, teens 13-17 $16.75, children 4-12 $14.75, kids 3 & under FREE

Ages: All ages

Additional Info: https://soslabyrinthe.com/en/laventure/






Sunday , September 20


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/

Visit the Renovated Biodome (Montreal)

Summer and winter alike, the Montréal Biodôme is the perfect family outing! With five ecosystems of the Americas under one roof, the Biodôme is like a walk in nature. A place of wonder, learning and environmental commitment for young and old alike, it’s also one of Montréal’s must-see tourist attractions.

The Biodôme’s name means “house of life.” It houses more than 250,000 animals from about 220 different species and 500 plant species. It is one of the few places in the world to reproduce so faithfully the complexity of the natural environment and the interactions between animal and plant species.

*** Limited amount of people are allowed in everyday. Tickets must be purchased online.

Where: 4777, avenue Pierre-De CoubertinMontréal, QC H1V 1B3

Time: 9am to 6pm

Cost: Visit the website for all pricing options

Ages: All ages

Additional Info: https://espacepourlavie.ca/



Summer Public Market (Pierrefonds)

🥬 The Château-Pierrefonds Public Market is back for another summer season, every Sunday, from June 28 to September 20!🤩

Come and get fresh fruits and vegetables from local farmers and buy products made by local people. The public market will be held at the Château-Pierrefonds park every Sunday, between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. (corner of avenue du Château Pierrefonds and boulevard de Pierrefonds).

🥒 Fruits and vegetables
🥖 Baked goods
🌽 Meat products and sweet corn
🥮 Artisanal foods
🍵 Teas
🌺 Seedlings, plants
🧼 Soaps and candles
🍁 Maple syrup products
🍶 Marinated olives and olive oil
🥫 Sauces
🍓 Jams
🌯 Food trucks
🤤 And more!

Bring your reusable bags 🛍

👋All health and physical distancing measures will be in place to help maintain your health and safety. We encourage you to wear face masks when you come to the market!

Where: Chateau Pierrefonds Park- Corner Pierrefonds Blvd and Chateau Pierrefonds

Time: 10am to 2pm

Cost: Free entrance

Ages: All ages

Additional Info: https://www.facebook.com/events/273538950547566/


Montreal Science Center (Montreal)

How do astronauts live and work in space? Discover how they have managed to defy the challenge in Journey to Space.

Come explore the most astounding aspects of life in space. Learn about the dangers and difficulties astronauts face and venture into a future where planet Earth may no longer be the only place inhabited by humans. Embark on your very own journey to space during this five-part exhibition.
** Tickets must be purchased online and in advance as there are limitations on the amount of people that can attend at one time.

Wearing a mask or face cover is mandatory for persons 12 years of age and older according to the current recommendations of the Public Health Department. Online tickets only.

Where:Montreal Science Centre ,2 de la Commune St. W.,Montreal, (Old Port of Montreal)

Time: 10am to 5pm

Ages: All ages

Cost: Tickets starting at: adults $18, teens $12, children $7, families $43. Tickets must be purchased online

Additional Info:
https://www.montrealsciencecentre.com/visitor-info

La Grande Roue de Montreal (Old Port of Montreal)

At the top of La Grande Roue de Montréal, you are immediately struck by the loveliness of Old Montréal, with its historic buildings and charming Place Jacques-Cartier, located right nearby. Then, looking up, you discover the city centre’s eclectic architecture, overlooked by Mount Royal.

To the south, the majestic Saint Lawrence River and its seaway unfold into an impressive spectacle. On Sainte-Hélène and Notre-Dame islands, you can glimpse at remnants of the famous 1967 Universal Exposition.

In the evening, colourful lights steal the show, creating a romantic and festive atmosphere. Mount Royal disappears, but you still see its illuminated cross, atop a lively urban landscape… And let’s not forget the Jacques-Cartier Bridge, whose lighting beautifully completes the nighttime panorama.

The Grande Roue de Montréal itself is not to be outdone, shining on the Bonsecours Basin every evening. Come bask in its soft glow!

Where: Old Port of Montreal, 362 rue de la Commune E.,
Montreal

Time: 10am to 11pm

Cost: Tickets starts at $20.12. A variety of packages available to purchase online.

Ages: All ages

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


SOS Labrynthe (Montreal-Old Port)

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!

Historical Content
Each treasure of the longshoremen is linked to historical facts related to Montreal, its river or its harbor. A number of posters tell the stories behind these treasures, allowing you to grasp the historical significance of these little known facts.

Where: SOS Labyrinthe – Hanger 16, Quai de l’Horloge St.,Montreal

Time: 10am to 9pm

Cost: Adults $18.75, teens 13-17 $16.75, children 4-12 $14.75, kids 3 & under FREE

Ages: All ages

Additional Info: https://soslabyrinthe.com/en/laventure/

Mini-Exhibition: The Wonderful World of Insects(POinte Claire)

Explore the wonderful world of insects!  You will discover insects from here and abroad, including butterflies, beetles, flies, bees, fireflies and many more. Vibrant colours, mimicry and camouflage will be featured through the insect photography of entomologist Stéphanie Boucher and her collection of specimens!
Be sure to bring along your mask.

Monday to Friday: 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Wednesday: 1 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Saturday: closed
Sunday: 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.

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

Time: 1pm to 5pm

Cost: Free

Ages: All ages

Additional Info: https://www.pointe-claire.ca/en/calendar/