Come and explore all the natural treasures of Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue.
There is so much to see!
To be sure of finding a parking spot easily, use the parking lots at the EXO train station or John Abbott College Campus (behind the synthetic pitch). From there, take the free shuttle to any of the Naturally Sainte-Anne sites!
► The shuttle bus is free
► Wheelchair accessible
► Can accommodate foldable strollers
► Departure every 20 minutes
► From 10 am to 5 pm : complete circuit (all stops), last departure at 4:30 pm
Hop on the shuttle and go check out our partners and everything they have to offer!
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::Please note that Rue Ste Anne will be closed to traffic from one end of Rue Lalonde to the other, from 8 am to 2 pm::
Visit the participating partners and see what they have to offer:
- Morgan Arboretum
- Ecomuseum Zoo
- Montreal Aviation Museum
- Parks Canada
- John Abbott College
- Paddle Mac
- Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue Merchants’ Association
Come and enjoy some fun activities!
- Inflatable rides
- Reading tent
- And much more!
Come stroll along the Boardwalk and Rue Sainte-Anne. Activities will be provided by the City and by various merchants. Some of the fun to be expected:
- Musical performances
- Lawn games zone
- Buskers and street performers
- Workshops and demonstrations
- Sidewalk sales
- NAVARK sightseeing cruises
- And much more!
For the last time this year, come dance the salsa by the water with Baila Productions!
Finish off the day in song for a final concert on the Boardwalk. More details to come.
10 am to 2 pm | Rue Lalonde
Ecology Day is an annual environmental fair that raises awareness of the local ecology and promotes the environment’s protection through healthy lifestyles while respecting Mother Nature.
- Information kiosks
Among the environmental booths present during the day, we invite you to visit the City of Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue’s booth.
:: see the dedicated page for the complete program ::
Marché Sainte-Anne gives you a unique opportunity to meet producers and artisans from the region while getting good products. You can find fresh vegetables and fruits, organic produce, meat, bread, pastries, honey, maple syrup, cheese, flours, jams, preserves, prepared meals, honey wines, body products, crafts, and much more!