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Laval in White

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courtesy: City of Laval (translation by Montreal with kids)

To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the founding of the City of Laval, there be changes made to a longstanding Laval wintertime festival. Ste Rose in White will now become Laval in White. From January 31 to Feb. 22, come and enjoy the beauties of winter and celebrate Laval’s 50th in the four corners of Laval (Jesus) Island.


Many indoor and outdoor activities will be held on the weekends of Jan. 31, Feb. 1, 7, 14, and 21. The winter carnival kicks off in Ste Rose, a neighbourhood of Laval that is celebrating the 275th anniversary of the founding of the original village of the same name. Celebrations will move over to Parc des Prairies (Feb 7) and to the Centre de la Nature (Feb 14) over the following weekends. On the final weekend, activities will move to Centropolis.  Activities include:

-          Guided historical walks

-          Ice fishing

-          Horse-drawn sleighs and dog sled rides

-          Fireworks

-          Sledding

-          Skating

-          Ice sculptures

-          Spectacles


-          initiations to downhill skiing and to snowboarding

-          initiation to fat biking (bicycles designed for the snow)

-          hip hop workshops





Last Updated on Saturday, 07 February 2015 19:12  

 

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