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 Val-David Arts and Crafts Fair is a not-to-be-missed event in the Laurentians, the perfect way to start the Christmas season. Each year, visitors can meet more than 30 artists from the region
Lolipop glass blowing is a company that creates borosilicate glass objects in the fields of jewelry, fashion and design.
Just off Route 117, opposite to the Mont Blanc ski station, in a century-old presbytery.
The Vision Parallèle exhibition is a large corpus of artworks inspired by the artist Éric Rado during his physical rehabilitation after a serious car accident.
Demonstrations and workshops with the artisans, music and animation.
Friday from 2 to 8 p.m., Saturday from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The largest exhibition of ceramics in North America. 25,000 original pieces. Workshops and special activities.
More details to come.
This not-to-be-missed holiday event offers you the best selection of works by fine craft artisans from the Laurentians in a warm and festive setting.
Pewter workshop and boutique. Settled in Val-David for 55 years, master craftsman Antoine Chaudron's workshop and boutique is located in the heart of the village of Val-David.
Outdoor exhibition. Artists and craftspersons from diverse disciplines.
Every weekend, from June 15 to October 6, 2019.
10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Free admission.