Le Terra Nostra

277 Beatty Streett, Montreal, H4H 1X7, Canada
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Forum Posts

week of June 23-27

by 16fletch

What to do June 23-27. Fireworks, Jean Baptiste, Jazz, markets, bike ride? what are best websites to get info? thanks so much.

Re: week of June 23-27

by LeDragon

A bit late... still :
list of events :
http://www.bonjourquebec.com/us-en/events-directory/festival-special-event/quebec/
Not really users friendly...
At least. go to Bassin Louise, any evening at 10 PM to see the show on the large silos. I have not seen it still, but according to the press it is great.
The only other event I am sure of is a show by Yael Naim at Agora du vieux Port, saturday at 8 PM. Since she spent most of her life in Israƫl, most of her songs are in "ivrit" ( hebrew), some in english. You may not know her name, but likely you will recognise the song Apple used for an add.
Enjoy your visit !
Yvon LeD

Re: week of June 23-27

by LeDragon

Ooops, I am lost. I read Quebec city !
So the right list of events :
http://www.bonjourquebec.com/qc-en/events-directory/festival-special-event/montreal/
Sorry.

Travel Tips for Montreal

see the river frozen! I haven...

by chaistarr

see the river frozen! I haven never seen a river completely frozen over before. als i didnt know you actually must plug in your car to warm it up before driving. and that tires can shatter in cold! and that your legs literally start to freeze- joints stiffen- when its -40 out!

Museum~Beaux Arts (cont'd)

by nicolettart

There are two buildings, and luckily we did not have to go back outside into the cold to access the other part of the collection. I'm not sure who these two people are, but I think they're great! There is no fee to get into the museum, and I believe they are closed on Mondays.

Statue of St. Joseph

by nicolettart

It is possible to climb the narrow steps to the Statue of St. Joseph and light a candle for someone.
I know you may not look forward to climbing more stairs after climbing them outside, but you may have caught your breath by then!

The Many Uses of Wine

by Blatherwick

Wine is a big part of any French influenced culture. This is no different in Montreal. You'll likely notice this first when you go to the local SAQ and realize that it's wine intensive. Many Montreal restaurants allow you to bring your own wine. Look for the apportez votre vin sign in the window. Note that if you can bring it yourself, you can't buy it there; conversely, if the restaurant is licensed to sell wine, you can't bring your own. As can be seen in the picture, wine has various other uses as well.

Ice Skating Under the Stars

by Stellaluna

If you're looking for something to do on a cold day or evening head to the Bonsecours Basin for ice skating. You can skate to music on a surface that is one and a half times bigger than a regular ice rink!

There are free lockers and storage space inside Bonsecours Pavilion. Bring your own lock. If you want to rent skates you can also do it here. You'll need to leave a driver's license or a credit card.

Monday : jazz and swing music evening, form 6 to 9 p.m.
Tuesday : classical music evening, from 6 to 9 p.m.
Wednesday : Figure skating lessons, from 6 to 8 p.m.
Thursday : Francophone music evening, from 7 to 10 p.m.
Friday : Latin rhythms music evening, from 7 to 10 p.m.
Saturday : Break the ice! evening with DJ, from 6 to 9 p.m.
Sunday : I learn to skate... (lessons for children of 3 to 12 y.o.), from 10 a.m. to 11:30 p.m.

Rates : Daily rate
Individual: $4
Child (6 to 12): $3
Child under 6: free
Family*: $12

Seasonal pass
Individual: 20 $
Family*: 40 $
Additional child: 10 $

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