The month of June has finally arrived and with it, endless promises of holidays and good weather. While waiting for all this to materialize, here are some activities to put a bit of sunshine in our lives!
Several regions of Quebec are now in the yellow zone. Always remaining attentive and respecting sanitary measures, it is now possible to do family activities.
Paris Mini Expo - Grévin Museum
From June 11 to September 6, Grévin Montreal invites you to the Expo Paris Mini temporary exhibition. The greatest architectural splendors of the City of Light will be presented there in reduced format, built from small MEGA® building blocks, including the Eiffel Tower, the Champs-Élysées, Notre-Dame de Paris; the Palace of Versailles will also be there. This is the best way to travel while staying in Montreal!
Consult the Grévin Museum website for more information
Creator Alley in Val-David
During the summer season, in the heart of the village of Val-David, an attractive alley is reborn every spring, populated by artisans and craftsmen of great talent.
Enjoy thisopportunity to appreciate the richness of their know-how and discover unique and original Quebec creations. Come and meet artists and artisans from various disciplines.
Saturdays and Sundays from June 12 to September 5 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
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Literary Animal Fair
In this podcast, presented by the Biodôme, the animals come together every year for an extraordinary literary event! In this 3rd series, a couple of penguins, Cécilia and Mehdi Manchot, give various useful tips for future penguin parents: how to prepare their nest, how to protect their eggs and many others!
These 6 very funny episodes are the perfect opportunity for young and old to discover the fascinating ecosystems of the Biodôme in addition to the wildlife found there.
Available on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts and Spotify!
The Woodooliparc - Beauce
All summer long
As of June 26, the Woodooliparc en Beauce invites you to visit the Flight 315 amusement park, the era of the dinosaurs. On foot in the jungle, you can observe a hundred dinosaurs in their natural habitat, including 15 life-size robots. Paleontologists will be on hand to share their knowledge with you. You will also discover an interpretation center presenting skeletons and fossils, shows and animations, the route of the small birds of prey, fun activities and more again!
Formore information, visit the Woodooliparc website.
The Go Bike Festival - Montreal
All summer longStarting May 31, cyclists young and old alike can enjoy a summer filled with cycling and urban activities including three popular tours: the Metropolitan Challenge, the Tour la Nuit and the Tour de l Island of Montreal.
The event also offers several different cycling experiences in the heart of Montreal and in the metropolitan area.
Saguenay Jazz and Blues Summer Festival
June 1-30, 2021
This festival is 25 years of jazz and blues music, several hundred delighted artists, thousands of dazzled spectators and above all satisfied amateurs. In 2021, we offer you a remixed edition. For one edition, the event is renamed L’estival Jazz et Blues!
Check the Jazz and Blues Festival website for the program.
KWE! Meeting Indigenous Peoples - Quebec
From June 18 to July 4, 2021
This family event will allow you to discover the 11 First Nations of Quebec. In a festive atmosphere, the event will present a large-scale exhibition at ExpoCité; shows, animations and playful workshops in order to offer you a unique learning about the First Nations and the Inuit.
To know the program of this event, consult the KWE website!
Tonga Lumina – Mont Tremblant
From 18June to October 16, 2021
The Tonga Lumina trail is a sensory forest experience. This night walk takes place in the heart of the forest on a 1.5 km trail. Legend has it that a giant lives on the mountain of Tremblant. Let yourself be carried away by your adventurous instinct and meet him! For more information or to buy your tickets, click here.
Pst..you can also visit La Ronde since May 21, 2021.