art & culture
No matter what the season, festivals and other exciting events are always taking place somewhere in the Laurentians. Lovers of music, dance and theatre can vibrate to the rhythm of numerous different festivals and discover the creative universe of artists from here and abroad. On the sporting side, a number of major events take place each year against the beautiful background of the Laurentians, and feature an impressive variety of sporting disciplines. Lovers of fine food are also well provided for, there being many an invitation to come and participate in the pleasures of the table. Families can have fun together all year round at one of the many events designed for the amusement of young and old. Up North, fun times are always on the menu!
The parc du Domaine Vert presents the second edition of this autumn event "Nuit des vertiges" which will take place on October 26, 2019. Two activities will be available in the evening for
Sommet Saint-Sauveur innovates this year by organizing a special event.
Come and enjoy Halloween activities!
Thematic course from the Route 364 footbridge and on the Aerobic Corridor towards the haunted house at Chalet Bellevue.
The 6th edition of the Saint-Jérôme Multicultural Christmas Market will be held on December 14 at Académie Lafontaine.
This 5th edition of SLUSH CUP is back in force! Banked slalom competition open to all categories of skiers, snowboarders, youths and veterans.
More details to come.
Join us on November 22 at 8 a.m. at the foot of the Express Gondola for the official launch of the 2019/20 season!
The Christmas Parade is back in Blainville for a 6th edition! A nice family event to get everybody in the Christmas spirit.
Come take part in the Dog Rally event that will take place on November 10 at Parc de la Coulée!. Bring the whole family!
Timed races, guided hike and entertainment are on the program during the 5th edition of the Festival des sentiers which will take place on October 26 at the Centre de plein air Roger-Cab
Discover the huge skating rink on Lac Masson (1.8 km), a great way to take in the Laurentian scenery. Be sure to visit the ice palace!
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