Learn Skiing / Snowboarding for Free

WEEKENDS UNTIL MAR. 12 – A free activity for kids age 5–8, the Expérience Maneige program is an introduction to downhill skiing and snowboarding supervised by qualified, attentive instructors. Under the program, a kid-friendly ski area is set up in a local park. They can try out the magic carpet ski lift that will transport…

Evening Skate to Music at Beaver Lake

FRI. & SAT. THROUGH FEB. – Glide around the Beaver Lake skating rink to the melodies and beat of different musical genres, from waltzes and grand operas to Quebec’s traditional music, including electro music, rock or the greatest hits from the 80’s! Event repeats every Friday and Saturday in January and February, 6 p.m. to…

Paddle through the Ages

WEEKENDS THROUGH FEB. – Two animators in period costume will be waiting on Place Jacques-Cartier to put your skills to the test! Find answers to their questions about the activities that have left their mark on this square over the centuries! It’s your chance for a quick trip back in time! *Will be cancelled in…

Village Mammouth

DEC. 9 TO MARCH 12 – Weekends from Friday through Sunday, Village Mammouth is the place to be this winter, filled with fun and entertainment for the whole family! The site brings people together with a unique ambiance you won’t find anywhere else in Montréal. Village Mammouth is located at the foot of the Olympic…

Youth Ski for Free with the Snow Pass

Interested in a pass to let your little one ski for (almost) free at popular ski hills throughout Quebec and across Canada? If your kids are in Grades 4 or 5, then they are eligible for the SnowPassTM – a Canadian Ski Council initiative that lets interested youngsters ski or snowboard free three days during the season at…

Girl Guides: A Way to Do It All!

The beginning of the school year is almost upon us and it’s time to start thinking about extracurricular activities. There’s so much to pick from: soccer, dance, gymnastics, skating, hockey, language classes, robotics, and the list goes on. How can anyone possibly be expected to choose? What if I told you there is one activity…