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Laval’s Fête de la Famille this Sunday, Sept 4

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The Fête de la famille 2016 (family festival)  takes place Sunday, September 4. This is the 17th edition of this free, largely outdoor event that is reminiscent of Montreal’s Fête des Enfants. On the menu are family activities, spectacles, and amusements for all.  Families are invited to discover many free family activities such as spectacles (the beloved Caillou will be present at 10:30 AM), animation, mascots, inflatable games, and more. Don’t miss this remarkable event which brings together young and old.

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Blitz to Help Save Monarch Butterflies Aug. 13, 14

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Montreal, August 3, 2016 – On August 13 and 14, Canadians are invited to become “researchers for a day” to help identify the monarch butterfly’s breeding sites. The inventory blitz will take place simultaneously all across Canada as part of “Mission Monarch,” led by the Insectarium, a Montréal Space for Life institution, in cooperation with the Institut de recherche en biologie végétale (IRBV), the Université du Québec à Rimouski, the University of Ottawa and the University of Calgary. An easy-to-follow protocol for the general public has been prepared to help participants conduct an inventory of monarch eggs and caterpillars near their home on the butterfly’s favourite food source, milkweed. It’s a fun way to enjoy the summer together with family and friends!
Female Monarch by Kenneth Dwain Harrelson

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La Grande fête des pompiers de Laval

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La Grande fête des pompiers de Laval


3 - 5 JUIN 2016

Du 3 au 5 juin 2016, ce sera la 10e édition de la Grande Fête des pompiers de Laval à Centropolis. Vous êtes invités à participer aux nombreuses activités familiales et gratuites qui sont au programme.


Une programmation remplie d'ateliers interactifs sur la prévention, de spectacles et d'animation vous sera proposée sous peu. Soyez des nôtres en juin prochain!


NOUS VOUS ACCUEILLONS

Du 3 au 5 juin 2016


NOS TARIFS

Gratuit


Centropolis - 1799, avenue Pierre-Péladeau

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•​ Défilé de camions de pompiers antiques

Épreuves pour les tout-petits

Maison de fumée présentée par belairdirect​•Démonstration de désincarcération de véhicule

Formation Héros en 30 (réanimation cardio-respiratoire)

Kiosques et ateliers mettant en vedette la prévention et l'intervention incendie

Jeux gonflables et maquillage

Spectacles et animation

Et plus encore!

 

New attractions for the entire family at the Old Port of Montréal

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courtesy of Old Port of Montreal 
Montreal, May 29, 2013 ─ With the return of fair weather, the Old Port of Montréal offers more than a hundred exciting activities for the whole family, with several new activities added to the 2015 line-up. For example, SOS Labyrinthe, the world's largest indoor maze, will take over Hangar 16 at the Old Port. MTL Zipline, 24 metres high, will offer a wild 365-metre ride over the heart of Old Montreal. It will be possible to play Spiderman on the Conveyor's Dock Tower with Décalade or to become a pirate on the aerial courses and inflatable playground at Voiles en Voiles.

Thousands of visitors to the Old Port can bask in the sun on the Clock Tower Beach, go boating on the water, enjoy the many festivals and cultural events or marvel at breathtaking IMAX^® films on a seven-storey screen. Quebec's #1 tourist destination offers a line-up of new attractions and popular classics for all to enjoy.

My beach in the city – opening May 30
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Montreal Holocaust Museum; Is it Suitable for Children?

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The year 2015 is the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II and its atrocities. Among these atrocities was the genocide of millions at Nazi concentration camps (i.e. Auschwitz). Perhaps this is a fitting time to visit the Montreal Holocaust Memorial Museum (MHM) in the Cote des Neiges district. But is the MHM a suitable place to take young children?


“We generally do not recommend children under age 12 visit here,” explains Alice Herscovitch, Executive Director of the MHM. “But this is not a museum of horrors; In terms of graphic scenes, many Hollywood movies are much more violent than is the MHM. We often accommodate school group visits from grade six and up.”

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More March Break Ideas

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courtesy of Tourisme Montreal

family time) Spring Break, known in Quebec as March Break, means that until March 9, the city caters to keeping kids as happy and entertained as possible. Visit the Space for Life, next door to the Olympic Park and home to the Biodome, Planetarium, Insectarium and Botanical Garden, where special activities are scheduled throughout the week. Get educated in creative new ways at Montreal’s big museums and galleries, including the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts and Pointe-à-Callière history museum. Indulge in the magic of Disney at Disney on Ice’s Let’s Party! show at the Bell Centre March 5-9. And stop by Montreal’s circus centre, La Tohu to see circus demonstrations, take part in hands-on workshops and outdoor winter activities, and stay into the evening to see Australian circus troupe Circus Oz’s captivating show From the Ground Up!, to March 9.

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Spring break ideas 2015; Activities around Montreal

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Most Montreal area school kids are out of class March 2-6. So parents and other child-minders should have a few possible outings up their sleeves for things then. Fortunately, many local museums, parks, amusement centres and more have responded by putting on special shows, increasing hours of operation, hiring extra staff, and sometimes lowering admission prices over the spring break. Here is a selection of possible activities and outings to do with kids around Montreal during this time.

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SkyVenture in Laval gives visitors the chance to simulate parachute jumping inside a 60-foot vertical wind tunnel. Kids four and over are welcome; the maximum age limit is 104! Certain health conditions preclude flying; including pregnancy, excessive weight, and dislocated shoulder problems. Jumpsuits, helmets, goggles, and instruction are supplied. Prices start at $71 for two “jumps” and reservations are recommended.

www.skyventuremontreal.com

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Spring Break at the Science Centre and the Old Port

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courtesy: Old Port of Montreal

Montreal, February 19, 2015 – A visit to the Old Port and the Science Centre during Spring Break is a delightful way to kill two birds with one stone: experience the joys of outdoor winter activities and exercise your grey matter while keeping warm indoors. At the Science Centre, in addition to Fabrik and Sex: A Tell-all Exhibition, a host of special activities are planned with collaborators like Montréal Joue and École Polytechnique de Montréal, in addition to an excellent trio of films at the IMAX®TELUS theatre. Families can use the lunch areas and the lockers for their warm clothes before heading outside to enjoy the last days of Montreal's largest outdoor skating rink, which closes on March 8, or drop a line at the Ice Fishing Village near the Clock Tower.

 

And good news: the $5 promotion is back at the Science Centre! Just add $5 to the price of your IMAX®TELUS ticket for access to all the exhibitions.

 

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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.

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Laval en blanc

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courtoisie Viille de Laval:

Pour souligner le 50e anniversaire de la Ville de Laval, Sainte-Rose en blanc, l’événement hivernal par excellence à Laval depuis maintenant 10 ans, devient Laval en blanc. Du 31 janvier au 22 février 2015, venez profiter des beautés de l'hiver et célébrer le 50e dans une ambiance féérique dans 4 quartiers de l’île.

 

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Montreal Children's Library Finds New Quarters; Moves from Atwater to Pierce Street

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The downtown branch of Montreal Children's Library (MCL) has found a new location after many months of being in limbo. The MCL had to leave the basement of Atwater Library some 18 months ago with no clear destination ahead. Now the MCL downtown (Vega) branch has reopened at 1410 Pierce Street near the corner of Guy and Ste Catherine Streets.

 


Man reads to boy at the Montreal Children’s Library at Jan. 24 reopening. ©Melissa Giguere

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Newsflash

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  Mission Monarch


    Citizens Being Asked to Help Save Monarch Butterflies in Canada

Montréal, June 8, 2016 – The Insectarium, a Montréal Space for Life institution, 
in co-operation with the Institut de recherche en biologie végétale (IRBV), the 
Université du Québec à Rimouski, the University of Ottawa and the University of 
Calgary, is currently conducting a national scale study of monarch breeding 
habitats and asking citizens to get involved.