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July 6, August 3 and September 7
Foire d'antiquités et d'objets de collection
Come rain or shine, you are invited to admire the treasures, pieces of furniture, collection items and other findings displayed in this fascinating setting.

August 2 to 10
Événement d'archéologie au Fort-Lennox
A great occasion for your children to set aside their game consoles and pick up a cutting-edge scientific tool. Become part of a team of scientist for a day as you probe the ground in search of tangible evidence of a time long passed. While your child is encouraged to operate a remote controlled submarine, you can admire the natural insular scenery in search for the perfect picnic spot.

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Le Marché du printemps

Le Marché du printemps

May 16, 17 and 18

450 778-0372 (mai à sept.) 450 778-6504, (oct. à mai)

Sale of plants. Production of the horticulture students of the ITA in Saint-Hyacinthe (“Les Exceptionnelles” program), horticultural products, perennials, shrubs and new plant offerings for 2014. Gardening tips and free access to the garden.

www.itasth.qc.ca/jardindas
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Les Journées Découvertes

Les Journées Découvertes

June 15 and August 24
3215 Rue Sicotte
450 778-0372 (mai à sept.) 450 778-6504, (oct. à mai)

This year, Jardin Daniel A. Séguin offers the “Journée Découverte”, the “Coeur d’enfant” (child’s heart) and “Éveil de sens” (awakening of the senses) days allow you to follow beautiful metamorphoses that Mother Nature offers throughout the season. Each day will bring new discoveries. Take part in the various activities offered and marvel at the impressive array of flower and plant varieties.

www.itasth.qc.ca/jardindas
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Expo de Saint-Hyacinthe

Expo de Saint-Hyacinthe

July 24 to August 3
rue Beauparlant
450 773-9307

A summer attraction for the whole family! The biggest agriculture themed festival in Quebec, in proximity to the metropolis. Over 2,000 farm animals, rides, goodies, terroir products, shows, musical groups, activities for young children, harnessing competitions, artisans, tractor pull contest, rodeo.

www.expo-agricole.com
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Festival du Maïs de Saint-Damase

Festival du Maïs de Saint-Damase

July 31 to August 3
rue Sainte-Anne
450 278-2271

Many activities for all: two nights of demolition derby, trucks, lawn and farm tractor pulls, stand up comedy with Peter MacLeod and Ben & Jarod, musical performance by the Porn Flakes, country dancing, family park... and don’t forget the all-you-can-eat sweet and popped corn!

www.festivaldumais.ca
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Les Journées Découvertes

Les Journées Découvertes

June 15 and August 24
3215, rue Sicotte
450 778-0372 (mai à sept.) 450 778-6504, (oct. à mai)

This year, Jardin Daniel A. Séguin offers the “Journée Découverte”, the “Coeur d’enfant” (child’s heart) and “Éveil de sens” (awakening of the senses) days allow you to follow beautiful metamorphoses that Mother Nature offers throughout the season. Each day will bring new discoveries. Take part in the various activities offered and marvel at the impressive array of flower and plant varieties.

www.itasth.qc.ca/jardindas
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Le Rendez-Vous des Papilles

Le Rendez-Vous des Papilles

September

450 778-8499

This gourmet rendez-vous caters to local-grown products enthusiasts. Visitors can meet with agri-food producers and transformers. Tasting kiosks, culinary demonstrations, gourmet dining made from terroir products, workshops and activities for children, animation and cultural discoveries. Please consult website.

www.rvpapilles.ca
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Les week-ends gourmands

Les week-ends gourmands

September 6 to October 13

450 469-3790

You are invited to enjoy Rougemont’s agri-tourism treasures, over the course of five weekends in the fall. Let your senses guide you and come discover culinary delights, terroir products and much more, to the sound of musicians playing and, in some cases, public entertainers.

www.tourismerougemont.com
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Mondial des cidres de glace

Mondial des cidres de glace

February 13, 14 and 15, 2015

450 640-0526

In a magical setting of ice sculptures, come meet some fifty cider makers and agri-food producers as you sample their products. Tastings, ice sculptures, fireworks and many other activities for all. Dress warmly and come discover a product that showcases Québec’s know-how to the rest of the world.

www.mondialdescidresdeglace.com

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