Sainte-Anne Rugby Club
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Rugby is a great sport that fosters physical fitness, teamwork, sportsmanship, discipline and respect for others. Our ultimate goal is to make sure kids learn the basic skills of rugby in a fun and safe environment. We focus on skill development, individual understanding of the game and team spirit. The Saints Junior Program is the largest rugby club for youth in the province and kids from 5 to 18 years old are welcome.
Mondays | starting May 22nd, 6:30 pm-8 pm
Location: St-Georges School, 300, Rue Sainte-Anne, H9X 3P7 (Facing Veteran’s Hospital)
Montreal Lakeshore University Women’s Club - fundraising event
The Montreal Lakeshore University Women’s Club (MLUWC) is organizing a fundraising event to benefit the Montreal Lakeshore University Women’s Club Scholarship Fund. Stylist Kathryn Mademann presents the benefit event « Trunk Show ». In addition to helping the community, discover tips to remake your wardrobe according to your figure. Purchase your ticket today ($35). For reservation, call 514-683-5685 or 514-637-9598 or email email@example.com
Wednesday, April 26th 6 :30 pm to 9 pm
Club de golf de Beaconsfield, 49, avenue du Golf, Pointe-Claire.
Public information session - Road works on Legault, St-Étienne and Lamarche Streets
On Wednesday, April 26th, at 7 pm at Centre Harpell, there will be a public information session concerning road construction works on Legault (north of Ste-Élisabeth Street), St-Étienne and Lamarche (between Ste-Élisabeth Street and Highway 20) Streets. In summary, road construction works consist of sewers and watermain replacement work, new pavement, sidewalks and curbs construction.
On this evening, we will present the extent of the work, detour routes, parking management for residents living in this area and detailed schedule.
Concert | Sainte-Anne Singers
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!