At 3PM, there is a challenge of strength, flexibility, and speed. Really pumps the young — and old! up.
Relax with some knitting, for levels of any kind, or take part of a creative activity with Sidetracks. Finally, spend the evening outdoors watching Finding Dory, rescheduled from last week.
Bring your toddler to the Kids’Zone for a time of fun and stimulation set out for them at 3PM on towards 5PM.
The environmental activity with Les Amis de la Montagne continues today, from 4PM, while a quilting workshop takes place.
Countdown to the end of the festival (and of summer with it): 4 days left!
What we’re up to :
- Yoga in group and family,
- My Garden, My City workshop,
- Activity with Les Amis de la Montagne (Friends of the Mountain)
It doesn’t finish there: a group from the stars of the metro will be there to entertain us until 7PM.
Visit les Amis de la Montagne’s website http://www.lemontroyal.qc.ca/fr/connaitre-le-mont-royal/accueil.sn
Don’t miss out!
The Last Week of Neighbourhood on the Move rolls on, and it passes quick!
- 3-5PM Our usual Kids’Zone for 0-5 year-olds, whom are invited — no shoes
- 4-6PM : Come taste teas and learn with My Garden, My City workshop. Meanwhile, learn to weave. Bring your new knowledge home, all while listening to African music with Diely Mori and Bertil Shulrabe.
Movie Night continues! at 8pm, come outdoors and enjoy together Finding Dory, whether you’ve seen it or not!
Beforehand there will be a Children Around the World activity.
A knitting workshop also begins at 4pm for those into handmade, colorful and useful crafts, while a creative activity with Sidetracks will make buttons and such items.
A Nature Adventure Activity will keep the kids busy until the 4o’clock activities begin, with crafting macramé, My Garden My City workshop on native plants and teas if you missed Tuesday’s, and finally a drum show entitled: The Tale of the Magic Forest starts at 6pm and ends at 7. It’ll be loud, it’ll be worth it!
A midweek break includes bringing the toddler to play in the Kids’Zone at 3pm, find us every day downtown on Pierce street!
At 4, a Clean Home workshop presents household cleaning tips and tricks for an eco-friendly home. Moms and Dads, or people in general, can come listen and learn. Other activities of arts, such as quilting for the adults and the interested as well as crafts for the younger ones happen until 6pm.
Visit before a stop to the restaurant or the store.
Neighbourhood on the Move continues!
Missed last week’s Family Yoga Fit? That’s OK because it is back this Tuesday afternoon, an instructor will be on the spot for two hours from 3pm so you can stop by anytime. Craft activities such as drawing and collage will be available by 4pm, as well as a workshop presenting Native plants and teas called My Garden, My City. The day ends and the evening starts with a musical performance from a star or group of the metro.
Enjoy the hot summer afternoon as the week starts with Neighbourhood on the Move at 3pm. Toddlers can play and interact under the tent, on the zone for 0 to 5 year-olds by the YWCA. By 4pm, kids and adults can sculpt clay to their enjoyment, make giant bubbles with circus group Cirkazou, and do other crafts, while listening to Indian music with Sitaria. Culturally diverse and sure to please the little ones, don’t forget to join us today from 3 to 7pm! For more information on our activities refer to the program calendar within our blog.
Grab a supper with family in downtown to come watch a music show for kids from 6 to 7pm with Alexandra Delgado, who is popular with Quebecer events, all around the internet on her site www.alexandradelgado.com, and of course loved by her audience of children.
While waiting, starting at 3pm, share the love of books with Frontier College’s Reading Tent. At 4pm a macramé workshop with Concordia Greenhouses is teaching young and old the vintage art of cords and strings, while the DIY of kites with Vent D’Ekinox will peak interest and passion. Don’t miss out: unique activities, things to learn, songs to dance to, and people to meet!
Visit the website https://concordiagreenhouse.com/