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Activities in the category: Communauté

2017 Neighbours Day

Information :
Check with the Recreation Services to find out how you can receive help. 514-457-1605
Date: Saturday, June 10th
Location: in your backyard, the lobby of your building, on your street, in your local park, etc.

It is time to plan your participation in the 2017 Neighbours’ Day! A fun way to get to know each other better and strengthen good neighbourly relations.

Neighbours’ Day is simply neighbours extending invitations for Happy Hour (5 à 7), a barbecue, a picnic, a pot luck buffet, a dessert contest, etc. with the goal of getting to know each other.

Why participate in Neighbours’ Day?
• To develop a sense of belonging, mutual assistance and a feeling of safety;
• To bridge the gap between generations and citizens of diverse origins;
• To foster a dynamic of participation in the community.

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Babysitting Course

Information : 514-457-1605

Registration: before April 13th, at the Recreation Department or Library. Minimum of 6 registrations required.

Participants learn basic first aid techniques and the skills necessary for taking care of younger children and to prevent and deal with emergencies.

Clientele: Ages 11 to 15 | Bilingual
Location: Chalet Peter-Williamson
Schedule: Sundays, April 23rd and 30th | 9 am to 1 pm
Cost: $45 residents, $55 non-residents | manual included

Battle of the Bands


Due to the lack of participating bands, we have postponed the registration deadline for bands until Friday, April 21st, 11 am. The show/contest will take place on Saturday, May 13th, 7 pm at Centre Harpell.

Registration is free. You need to contact the Recreation Department at 514-457-1605 or by email at The information requested includes the name of the group, the name of each participant and a telephone number.

Do you know a young band in the Greater Montreal area who that deserves to make a name for themselves? Thank you for sharing the news!

Clientele: Ages 12 to 17

Registration of groups: deadline April 21st, 11 am at the Recreation Department

Cost of show on May 13th: Free for residents of Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue and $ 3 for non-residents

Community Garage Sales

Information: 514-457-1605
Mandatory free registration: Leave your name, address and phone number on the voice mailbox.

Saturday, May 13th:
you must register before May 10th

Saturday, August 19th:
you must register before August 16th

We invite all citizens to organize a garage sale at their house on these days without having to purchase a permit. Registration is necessary.

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Conference "Voyager au féminin"

Information and registration is required : 514-457-1940
Cost : Free with membership card, $5 without membership card

Clientele : Adults | in French
Location : Centre Harpell
Schedule : Wednesday, March 22nd | 7 pm

You wish to travel on your own ? Jennifer will help you plan your next trip as a woman traveling alone by answering many questions and concerns, and by demystifying popular misconceptions.

Easter activity

Information: 514-457-1605
Registration required: before April 3rd at the Recreation Department or the Library

The Easter Bunny will be stopping in Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue once again this year! He has a morning of activities and games planned, as well as a traditional Easter egg hunt. Come and have fun, sing, play and dress up! Don’t forget to take your picture with the Easter Bunny (bring your own camera).

Clientele: Children, ages 2 to 6, accompanied by their parents.
Location: Centre Harpell
Schedule: Sunday, April 9th, 10 am – 11:30 am
Cost per person: Free with your Carte loisirs, $5 without a Carte loisirs payable upon registration.

Girl Guides Canada

Information : Wendy Hauck, 514-457-4575
Registration : or 1-800-565-8111

Big fun, new adventures, great friends. Register online or by paper ! It’s never too late to join us !

Clientele : Sparks (5-6) & Brownies (7-8)
Location : Chalet Peter-Williamson (300, rue Cypihot)
Schedule :  Wednesdays | 6 pm – 7 pm

For older girls : Guides (9-11), Pathfinders (12-15), Rangers (15-17). We're also looking for female adult leaders ! Are you looking for ways to contribute to your community ? Or ready to
join with your daughter & get a chance to play together, learn new things, explore ?
Contact us today !

Marché Sainte-Anne

Patti Murphy, 514-831-3333


Dates:  10 am to 1 pm until April 29th, 2017.
Location: At St-Georges Church 23 rue Perrault (Corner Rue St-Georges and Rue Perrault)



Dates:  9 am to 2 pm from May 6th, 2017 to October 7, 2017. 
Location: On Lalonde Street, at the corner of Sainte-Anne and St-Pierre Streets

Marché Ste-Anne is a weekly farmers market of 30+ merchants selling locally raised and prepared foods, many of them organic. There are frequent Culinary Demonstrations, Kids Activities, Live Music and larger scale Food Festivals all year long.

Click here to consult special events details

  • May 6, Opening Day at waterfront 
  • May 13, World Fair Trade Day - 20th anniversary 
  • May 20, Garden Kick-off Day
  • June 17, Honey Fest (Market on St-Georges Street due to the car show event on Sainte-Anne Street)
  • July 8, Family Day
  • August 26, Garlic Festival 
  • September 9, Tomato Day
  • September 16, Chiliday, Ecology Day and Naturally Sainte-Anne
  • October 7, Thanksgiving market (last outdoor market) 
  • October 28, Halloween market (indoor market) 
  • December 2, 9 and 16, Christmas Market 
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Mayor Blood Donor Clinic

Information: 514-457-1605
To verify if you are eligible:

Blood is a unique resource... We need you!

Location: At the Centre Harpell, 60, Rue Saint-Pierre
Schedule: Tuesday, May 9th | 1:30 pm to 7:30 pm

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Movie Night | Documentary Film

Information: 514-457-1940
No advance registration is required.

Join us in our brand new public presentation of documentary films from the National Film Board of Canada
Clientele: Adults
Location: Centre Harpell
Free admission | Complementary refreshments and popcorn provided.

Saturday, May 20th | 8 pm | Duration 90 minutes
Language: English, no sub-titles

Set in the dramatic and alluring landscape of the north, Arctic Defenders tells the remarkable story that began in1968 with a radical Inuit movement that changed the political landscape forever. It lead to the largest land claim in western civilization, orchestrated by young visionary Inuit with a dream - the governance of their territory - the creation of Nunavut. The story reveals Canada’s misguided attempts at sovereignty in the north and finds hope and inspiration from determined people who changed the rules of the game.

Movie Night | Documentary Film

Information: 514-457-1940
No advance registration is required.

Join us in our brand new public presentation of documentary films from the National Film Board of Canada
Clientele: Adults
Location: Centre Harpell
Free admission | Complementary refreshments and popcorn provided.

Saturday, April 22th | 8 pm | Duration 92 minutes
Language: French with English sub-titles

The expansion of Canada’s oil sands industry—one of the most polluting on the planet—represents a huge environmental challenge. And, as the documentary Pipelines, Power and Democracy makes clear, when it comes to fossil fuels, political power doesn’t always lie where we think it does. From the hallways of Quebec’s National Assembly, where parliamentary power resides, to the campaigns waged by environmental defence groups and the big media splashes made by some activists, director Olivier D. Asselin follows the journeys of four people who adopt a variety of tactics—showing that it is still possible to effect change. Over the course of two years, Asselin documents the growth of an anti-pipeline movement in Quebec that rekindled a sense of collective purpose and solidarity. The result is a film that urges action at a moment in which our planet’s fragile ecological balance is threatened by those who embrace economic growth at any cost.

NOVA West Island

Information: 514-695-8335 -
Community organization offering Palliative Home Nursing for individuals living with cancer/ALS; Bereavement Support; Day Centers for seniors with cognitive deficits; Home Support
and Foot Care. Help us by participating in the following activities:

Saturday & Sunday, April 22-23nd from 10 am to 5 pm

Saturday, June 3rd from 10 am to 11:30 am

GOLF TOURNAMENT - Beaconsfield Golf Club
Monday, August 14th from 10:30 am to 9 pm

Tuesday to Sunday from 10 am to 4 pm

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Sainte-Anne Singers

“Chants et chandelles” - 30th anniversary concert
Information : 514-457-9149,

Location: Union Church, 24 Maple Avenue
Date: Saturday, April 29th 8 pm
Tickets: Adults: $20, Children 12 and under: $5

A special concert celebrating 30 years of song and featuring many of our favourites. In honour of Montreal’s 375th and Canada’s 150th, our programme draws on music from Quebec and
across Canada. It will include the premiere of an arrangement of “Belle, embarquez” by Mes Aïeux, commissioned for us by Radio-Canada as part of a 150th-anniversary project, and the
Quebec premiere of an award-winning composition by our own Martin Fairbank. Former members of the choir will also add their voices to two special pieces. And of course, there will be cake!

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Singing Workshop

Information and registration is required : 514-457-1940
Cost : 
Free with membership card, $5 without membership card

Clientele : Families with children aged 0 to 5, and daycares | English
Lieu : Library
Schedule : Wednesday, April 5th | 10:30 am – 11:15 am
Animator : Jennifer Rose

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Story Hour and Easter eggs hunt

For information: 514-457-1940
Registration required: at the Library

Animator: Linda Champagne
Clientele: Ages 3 to 7 | Bilingual
Location: Library
Schedule: Saturday, April 15th, 10 am to 10:45 am
Cost: Free with membership card $5, without membership card


Registration: To become part of the “clique” send an email to or call us at 514-457-6838.

Be part of our teen clique « TA CLIQ ADOS » with your friends! Come participate in our group, share your ideas and become involved. Sign up for our « TA CLIQ ADOS » Infoletter and you will get updates on upcoming activities and ways to volunteer and get involved in cool projects and events in the community. Sound interesting? Send us an e-mail and sign up. It’s that easy.

1 - Something to do: Outings and activities (chosen by the group)

2 - Projects: Participate on the organisation and animation of different activities and events in Town

Fête Nationale June 23 before May 20
Family Thursdays Starts July 6 before May 20
Family Fiesta August 17 before June 30
Naturally, Sainte-Anne September 16 before August 12
Haunted House 31 octobre before September 16

3 - Trainings: Tell us what interests you (ex: making a resume, creating films, using Photoshop, etc.) and we will organise a workshop for you!

Teen Employment Program


Information and registration : Jil Hénault:  514 457-6838 | 

Would you like to earn some money? Not sure where to find work? Wondering how to put together a resume? Need some help learning about the employment world? This program helps
you get in contact with residents of Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue who are looking for help around their homes (raking, shovelling, babysitting, painting, etc.).

The Teen Employment Program can help you create your first resume and prepare you for your first interview. Interested in signing up? Don’t hesitate to get in touch with us.



Information : Jil Hénault:  514 457-6838 | 

The Town of Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue offers you the opportunity to encourage young residents by participating in the Teen Employment Program. This program is aimed at helping you find assistance with your little jobs around the home (raking, babysitting, painting, shovelling, etc.) while offering a local teen a chance at gaining valuable work experience. We have a list of local teens that are dynamic, serious and responsible, that are ready to offer you their services.

In order to register for the program, teens must prepare a résumé, participate in an interview, and demonstrate a motivation to work. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to encourage a local teen while getting your little jobs done.

Welcome back Spring | Rue Sainte-Anne

You are all invited to the ‘Welcome Back Spring’ event sponsored by The SDC (société de développement commercial) rue Ste-Anne.

On Saturday April 8th between 11:30 am and 5 pm at Lalonde Park (corner Ste-Anne & Lalonde). Come and spend the day with SABi the bunny and Madame Michou the storyteller.

Many activities planned for the entire family.

Free activities:
-Small farm animals and pony rides
- Clown balloon sculptor
- Make-up artist
- Storyteller
- Games stalls

Also present:
- Local artisans
- Photographer (souvenir picture with SABi the bunny)

Bring your family and tell your friends and neighbors.
(in case of rain, event will be postponed to the next day)

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World Book and Copyright Day


Information: 514-457-1940

Borrow a book, receive a rose!
Hurry, quantities are limited! Amnesty on fines
Clientele: For everyone
Schedule: 11 am to 4 pm

Craft | Mosaic butterflies
Registration required: 514-457-1940 | Limited space.
Mosaic style decorative butterfly, created by using different materials.
Materials provided.
Animator: Linda Champagne
Clientele: Ages 6 to 12 | Bilingual
Location: Library
Schedule: 10 am to 11 am

Workshop | Coloring for relaxation
Registration required: 514-457-1940 | Limited space.
Come participate in an art therapy workshop while enjoying a relaxingambiance.
Materials provided. Adults are welcome!
Animator: Linda Champagne
Clientele: Ages 13+ | Bilingual
Location: Centre Harpell
Schedule: 1:30 pm to 2:30 pm

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