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SILENCE/ Rendez-vous photo du Richelieu 2014

SILENCE/ Rendez-vous photo du Richelieu 2014

June 14 to September 1

450 466-6455

Under the theme “Silence”, the fourth edition of the Rendez-vous photo du Richelieu presents photography exhibitions in several municipalities along the Richelieu River. Please consult the program online so as not to miss any of the activities and exhibitions showcasing the works of more than sixty regional, national and international artists.

L'esprit des objets

L'esprit des objets

June 15 to December 21
6 Rue Saint Pierre
1 877 780-5740

An exhibition dedicated to reflecting on everyday aboriginal items and how they have evolved to become museum pieces. Visitors are invited to reflect on the hidden soul of the objects and on what they reveal about our own lives.

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.

Festival de Cirque Vaudreuil-Dorion

Festival de Cirque Vaudreuil-Dorion

June 20 to 23

514 772-7550

The Festival de Cirque Vaudreuil-Dorion offers you an unforgettable magical experience. Activities include a mega amusement park, make-up artists, a circus workshop, travelling animation, an international level circus show, a show on the Loto-Québec stage, circus big-top and cabaret. Fireworks and parade on June 23. Don’t miss this Suroît family event!

La fête nationale en Montérégie

La fête nationale en Montérégie

June 23 and 24

Québec’s national holiday, traditionally known as Saint-Jean-Baptiste Day or “la Saint-Jean”, is the national holiday of the Québécois. Each year, on June 23 and 24, more than 80 festive activities are held across the Montérégie region. Entertainment for families, musical performances, parade, fireworks, etc. For complete program, please consult the website.

Chants de Vielles - 10e édition

Chants de Vielles - 10e édition

June 27, 28 and 29

450 909-0940

Traditional, folk and acoustic musical happening. Workshops, concerts, singing, hiking, dancing, artisans and local products.

Culture, arôme cidre et vin

Culture, arôme cidre et vin

June 28 and 29

450 246-2598

Discover how terroir art and alcohol can so easily go hand in hand! Terroir products tasting, photo, painting and sculpture exhibitions from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Ornithology and entomology enthusiasts are sure to enjoy a forest excursion with expert guides. Kids will love the many activities offered such as story-telling, face painting and inflatable games. Take advantage of this family event to meet up with local producers and transformers and sample their products again and again!

Les rendez-vous du week-end

Les rendez-vous du week-end

June 29 to August 17
1800, chemin Leahy
450 264-3030/1 866 690-3030

Every weekend in July and August, Aboriginal artisans demonstrate a facet of their ancestral artistry. Workshops on basket-weaving, pottery-making, etc. Activities and guided tours, public participation.

L'été à Chambly

L'été à Chambly

July and August

450 658-8788

Outdoor shows every Wednesday at Parc des Ateliers: percussions, classical matinees and musical shows at the Place de la Seigneurie.

Trésors de flore

Trésors de flore

July to October
6, rue Saint Pierre
1 877 780-5740

Presented along the promenade du parc Regard-sur-le-fleuve, the “Trésors de flore” outdoor exhibit displays the works of nearly 600 students of the Sorel-Tracy School Board Commission. Young and old alike are invited to take a stroll on a 2-km long promenade along the St. Lawrence River. A free exhibit that will help you discover the beauty of the plant world.


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