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" TA CLIQ ADOS" - TEEN CLIQUE

Information and registration: Nicole St-Jean at 514-457-6838 or nstjean@sadb.qc.ca

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.

Look forward to:

  • Meetings: Get-togethers to discuss ideas for outings and projects
  • Something to do: Outings and activities (chosen by the group)
  • Projects: Participate on the organisation and animation of different activities and events in Town.
    • Fête nationale, June 23rd, register before May 24th
    • Family Thursdays, starting July 4th, register before May 24th
    • Naturally, Sainte-Anne, September 14th, register before August 16th
    • Haunted House, October 31st, register before September 13th
    • All other « TA CLIQ ADOS » projects
  • Trainings: Tell us what interests you (ex: making a résumé, creating films, using Photoshop, etc.) and we will organise a workshop for you!

"Sainte-Anne en fleurs" Contest

Information: France Bernier at 514-457-5756, ste.anne.en.fleurs@gmail.com
No registration required

“Together, let’s get our 5th flower emblem for the ‘Fleurons du Québec’ Campaign”

Annual contest: The judges will take a tour of all the streets twice, between June and August. The owners of the property with the most beautiful flower gardens and balconies in Sainte-Anne will be invited to a reception where we will unveil the winners.

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Babysitting Course

Information : 514-457-1605
Registration: before April 18th, at the Recreation Department or at the Library.

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: Sunday, April 28th | 8:30 am to 4:30 pm
Cost: $45 residents, $55 non-residents | manual included

Battle of the Bands:: 4th edition::

Free registration: By email at loisirs@sadb.qc.ca  before April 12th

If you are part of a band and wish to showcase your talent, here is your chance! Please include the name of your band, the name of each participant and your phone number. 

Clientele: Ages 12 to 17 | bilingual
Location: Centre Harpell
Schedule: Saturday, April 27th | 7 pm 
Audience: Free for residents, $3 non-residents | Come and encourage your favorite bands

Bazaar - Royal Canadian Legion

Information: 514-457-5499
Schedule: Every Tuesday, between 12:30 pm and 5 pm
Location: Ground floor of the Parish Hall, at 1, Rue de l’Église

Take your contributions of clothing to the bazaar and come and find something interesting!

Beaconsfield Quilt Show - 40th anniversary

Through the Looking Glass
Centennial Centre • Macdonald Campus
21111 Lakeshore, Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue

May 3 | 7:30pm - 9:00 pm
May 4 | 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
May 5 | 9:00 am - 4:00 pm

Workshops

SATURDAY 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

  • Artful Butterfly Collage with Louise Charlton
  • Personal Challenge in Chartreuse with Andrea Torrens

SUNDAY 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

  • Dancing Diamonds with Claire Haillot
  • Pointed Comments with Paul Léger

Register online at: http://bit.ly/BQG-2019Show-Workshops 

Free Lectures

  • Trunk show by Debbie Kemball, internationally renowned quilter and prize winner, designer and author
  • “Evolution of an Artist” by Helena Scheffer, internationally renowned quilter and prize winner, and artist
  • “Colours of the 1960s: Mad Men, Op Art and Basic Colour Theory” by Judy Coffin, graphic designer

Vendors

  • HEATHER BOYD WIRE JEWELRY
  • STUDIO BILL LOCKE
  • PHILLIS MOODY DECOR
  • HEARTWORKS FABRIC
  • WENDY FOSTER BIRCH THREADS
  • TAMARA KATE FABRIC
  • ATELIER FIBRE ARTS
  • THE FABRIC BOX
  • EVA FERENCZY-REICHMANN,
  • CERAMIC ARTIST
  • KAMEL (WEST ISLAND SEWING MACHINE)
  • EXCELLE MACHINE A COUDRE
  • LDH SCISSORS

ADMISSION $10 includes:

  • entrance fee to quilt show
  • access to free daily lectures/demos
  • ticket for the tearoom
  • chance to win the prize quilt
  • chance to win a door prize
  • access to vendors and Guild sales table
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Board Game evening

For information and required registration: 514-457-1940
Cost: Free with membership card $5 without membership card

A great opportunity to discover new board games from our collection or revisit the classics. It is also an opportunity to have a good time with friends or to meet over a game. We have over a hundred games for your enjoyment (puzzles, strategy games, cards, memory games, speed games, etc.).

Clientele: Family | Bilingual
Location: Library
Schedule: First Friday of each month | 7 pm to 9 pm

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Buskers on the Boardwalk

Saturdays and Sundays from July 6 to September 8, 2019

Location: The Canal Boardwalk
Information:  514-457-1605

Local musicians and performance artist may obtain permission to perform on the small stage on the Canal boardwalk throughout the summer. Check them out as you stroll the boardwalk. 

For more information on registration of artists and for the shows schedule, please click here.

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CPR Course - Level C

Information : 514-457-1605
Registration: before January 24th, at the Recreation Department or at the Library

Cardiopulmonary resuscitation for babies, children and adults, with AED training. .
Clientele: Ages 13-17 | bilingual
Location: Chalet Peter-Williamson
Schedule: Sunday, February 10th | 9 am to 1 pm
Cost: $35 residents, $45 non-residents | manual included

Canadian Royal Legion

Information: 514-457-9332
Address: 28, rue Sainte-Anne, Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue
Objective: Socialize and get together
Clientele: Men and women, member or non-member
Schedule: The Legion is open daily from 12 pm

ACTIVITIES

  • Many themed partys throughout the year (Halloween, New Year, etc.)
  • November: Remembrance Day Ceremony at the Hospital followed by a reception at the Legion
  • Women’s Dart League – Every Monday, from September to April (information: Ms. Pat Shea: 514-457-9176)
  • Men’s Dart League – Every Tuesday, from September to April (information: Mr. Joe Kimpton: 514-453-4564)
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Family Fun Day | Montreal Aviation Museum

ANNUAL FAMILY FUN DAY 2019 | Sunday, August 25th, 2019

  • Corn roast and BBQ  
  • Many displays including Air Canada Jazz / Air Canada Dreams Take Flight  / Stratos Aviation / Model Builders
  • Remote control aircraft / Cosmodome Laval / True Simulators
  • Montreal Fire Department Display
  • Royal Astronomical Society
  • Inflatable “Bounce” structures for the kids
  • Sale of Die Cast Aircraft Models from the Franklin Mint
  • Mini garage sale
  • And much more!

McGill / McDonald Campus Ste. Anne de Bellevue | Old Barn situated between Highway 40 and Highway 20

Don't forget to tell your friends and family. Its free, but donations are welcome!

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Garage sale | BBQ at the Aviation Museum

The Montreal Aviation Museum presents its annual open house garage sale event on Saturday, May 25th.

Come to this summer fundraising event with your family & friends and enjoy a good BBQ with the entire MAM team. There will be a lot of stuff to rummage through and there will be several refreshments available.

It's a great opportunity to spend a beautiful Saturday at the museum and to learn more about the aviation exhibitions. See you there!

Date: Saturday, May 27 | 9 am to 3 pm
Location: ‘’Old Stone Barn’’ Macdonald Campus at McGill University (21,111 Lakeshore, Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue)
In case of rain: Inside the Museum
For more information :514-398-7948 | www.cahc-ccpa.com

FREE PARKING

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Girl Guides Canada

Information : Wendy Hauck, 514-457-4575

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 !

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Golden Age Club

Information: Micheline Francoeur, President | 514-505-1146
Objectives: Break the loneliness; socialize with people with the same interests. 

To join us:

Come and see us at Centre Harpell to find out about the activities we offer, or come in to our drop-in sessions to show your interest in the club. You can participate on a walk-in basis or on a regular basis. There is no obligation to obtain your membership card. Your suggestions for new activities are always welcome!

Activities: Sandbag game, darts, board games, walking club, theme dinners, monthly meetings, etc.

NEW WALKING CLUB:

To enjoy indoor exercise during the cold season, join the indoor walking club, Tuesday mornings from 10:30 am to 11:15 am, at the Centre Harpell. Free admission. All are welcome!

PIANO ROMANCE:

An interactive show with pianist Bernard De La Rochelle who will perform the most beautiful romantic melodies in the world! This show will take place on Tuesday, October 1st at 1:30 pm at the Centre Harpell. Tickets will be in presale shortly at a cost of $10 (regular price $12). Hurry, places are limited.

Clientele: 50+, mixed | member or not
Location: Centre Harpell
Cost: FADOQ membership card available, $20 per year, if you wish to get it.

Knit-Tea Club

Whether you would like to knit in good company, exchange knitting tips, or simply enjoy yourself, bring your needles and wool and join us for tea! No material is provided.

Clientele: Adults | Bilingual
Schedule:

  • Tuesday | 6 pm to 8 pm
  • Friday | 10 am to 12 pm
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Leaders Program at the Pool | Ages 12 to 15

For pool fanatics!

Free registration:  required from June 6th to 8th.   Places are limited.
Schedule: June 27th to August 1st | Thursday | 6 pm

A 6 week hands-on educational program, that teaches the youth about the world of aquatics and how it works.  LEADERS will participate in weekly meetings every Thursday at 6 pm, and volunteer at the pool during aquatic competitions, theme nights, events and with the aquatic programs offered by the municipal pool.

Special activities will be organised for the LEADERS program participants each week (movie outings, pool games, outings, etc.).

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Marché Sainte-Anne | Indoor

Information: Lise-Anne Briand, 514-831-3333 | marchesteanne@gmail.com

INDOOR MARKET
Schedule
: 10 am to 1 pm until reopening of the waterfront market
Location: St-Georges Church, 23 Rue Perrault

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Montreal Aviation Museum

Campus Macdonald de l’Université McGill 
21 111, chemin Lakeshore 
Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue (Québec) H9X 3V9
How to get there?

The only one of its kind in Quebec, the Montreal Aviation Museum is dedicated to preserving our rich aeronautical history with a particular focus on Quebec contributions. The collection presents the history of civil and military aviation through its 5 aircrafts, artifacts and memorabilia as well as remarkable paintings by renowned Canadian artists. It is also possible to attend conferences and organize tours for schools, seniors and businesses. 

Contact and reservation: 514 398-7948 | info@mam.quebec | Website

Summer schedule (June 21st to September 3rd, 2019): Friday to Tuesday from 10 am to 3 pm

Regular schedule: Saturday to Tuesday from 10 am to 3 pm

Admission (credit and debit cards accepted)
  • Adults: $ 8
  • Students: $ 8
  • Children: $ 5
Free parking
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Morgan Arboretum

Campus Macdonald of McGill University 
150 Chemin des Pins (corner chemin Sainte-Marie) 
Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue (Québec) H9X 3V9
Information: 514 398-7811 | morgan.arboretum@mcgill.ca

Many special events throughout the yearwww.mcgill.ca/morganarboretum/events

The Morgan Arboretum is a 245-hectare forest reserve, located on McGill University’s Macdonald Campus in Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue on the western tip of the island of Montreal. The Arboretum is open daily throughout the year from 9:00 a.m. apart from Christmas and New Year's days. Its trail network allows for year-round walking as well as winter sports such as snowshoeing in addition to cross-country and skate skiing. The public contributes to the development and maintenance of the Arboretum through the Morgan Arboretum Association, a non-profit organization.

In buying an annual membership, you contribute to the support and sustainability of the Arboretum forest and obtain a privileged access to the site from dawn to dusk. The city of Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue subsidises 20% of the membership fee for their residents – see the membership form. Drop by the Arboretum Gatehouse to register. Dog owners can also apply for dog walking privileges – see details.

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NOVA West Island

Information: 514-695-8335 | www.novawi.org | www.facebook.com/NovaWestIsland

We offer Palliative Home Nursing Care for individuals living with cancer/ALS; Bereavement Support (youth/adults); Day Centers for seniors with cognitive deficits; Home Support and Support Groups for Caregivers (ALS/Alzheimer). Help us by participating in the following activities:

ART EXPOSITION - www.artlakeshore.com
Saturday & Sunday, April 27-28th from 10 am to 5 pm

YOGA for NOVA - www.energizen.com
Saturday, June 1st from 10 am to 11:30 am

ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
Monday, June 3rd at 3 pm to 5 pm

GOLF TOURNAMENT - Beaconsfield Golf Club
Monday, August 12th from 10:30 am to 9 pm

Thrift Shops for NOVA - www.thriftshopsfornova.com
Tuesday to Sunday from 10 am to 4 pm

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Pure Arts Meet Up

Information and registration: 514-457-1605 | Limited space. 
Deadline for registration:  You must register for each meeting date in advance up to one week prior.  Priority given to residents of Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue.

Pilot project: 
A casual get together for artists to gather and create in the company of fellow artists. The chalet will be available on the first Wednesday of every month (approximate) for local artists to meet and create in a common creative space. Enjoy a social atmosphere and sharing ideas with fellow artists, while working on your own projects.  The “Meet up” is geared towards artists that practice “Pure Arts” such as painting, sculpture, sketching, etc. Participants must be able to bring all of their own material to and from the activity.

Clientele: Adults, 16 +
Location:Chalet Peter-Williamson
Schedule: 1st Wednesday of every month (approximately), from 7 pm to 10 pm
Dates: May 1st (dates may be added, changed or cancelled depending on the program attendance and popularity)
Cost: Free for residents, 5 $ per visit for non-residents (payable on site)       

Sainte-Anne Singers | Christmas Concert

Sainte-Anne Singers with the Mcgill conservatory Youth Choir

Chants pour la Terre

Information: 514-457-9149 | mkeenan@videotron.ca | www.sainteannesingers.org | www.facebook.com/sainteannesingers

Don’t miss this rare chance to hear two excellent choirs, both based in Sainte-Anne, performing separately and together. The programme includes Earth Song (Frank Ticheli),  Da Pacem (Arvo Pärt) and a little Beau Dommage! The two choirs will join together to sing the Mi’kmaq Honour Song (Lydia Adams), Oscar Peterson’s Hymn to Freedom, and more. The audience is invited to mingle with the singers at a reception after the concert.

Location: Union Church | 24, avenue Maple
Date : Saturday May 11th, 8 pm
Tickets: Adults: $20, Children 12 and under: $5
Available at brownpapertickets.com

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Stay Safe | Red Cross program

Information: 514-457-1605
Registration: before February 21st, at the Recreation Department or at the Library

This course teaches young kids basic first aid techniques and other skills required to improve their capacity to stay safely on their own at home, or to be out in the community on their own.
Clientele: Ages 9-13 | bilingual
Location: Centre Harpell
Schedule: Monday, March 4th | 8:30 am to 4:30 pm
Cost: $35 residents, $45 non-residents | manual included

Teens outings - Ages 13 to 15

Registration in person at the Recreation Department, payment required | Information: 514-457-1605

Bored?  Looking for something to do this summer?  Join our animators for some cool outings just for teens.   These supervised trips will take you to some great destinations.  The group will travel by public transit. 

Date

Outing

Details

Description

Cost for

Resident

Cost for

Non-Resident

Thursday

July 4th

La Ronde

Depart: 9 am

Return by: 6:30 pm

Registration before:

June 28th

Join us for a fun filled day at La Ronde.   

$75

$85

Thursday

July 18th

Aquazilla

at Parc Jean-Drapeau

in Montreal

Depart: 9 am

Return by: 5 pm

Registration before:

July 12th  

Aquazilla is a unique 30-by-35 meters inflatable structure comprised of obstacles, slides and platforms for jumping into the water, and much more.

$40

$50

Thursday

August 1st

Escape Room and a visit at the Old Port of Montreal

Depart: 9 am

Return by: 4 pm

Registration before:

July 25th

Try to find the key to the Escape room; followed by an exploration of the Old Port of Montreal. 

$40

$50

There is a minimum number of participants required for each outing.  Places are limited, first come, first served.  Departure and return hours are subject to change.

 

Volunteer West Island

New Registration: Beginning of September
Summer activities:   Call 514-457-5445 ext. 228 for more information. Current classes and activities end in June. 

Our Vision
Build healthy communities enriched by volunteers

Our Mission
Facilitate volunteerism by promotion, recruiting, training and referring volunteers to meet the many and varied needs of the Montreal West Island Community. Assist seniors to remain autonomous by offering programs and services that break their isolation.

Our Programs and Services for SENIORS (55 +) include:

  • Volunteer Recruitment
  • Meals on Wheels
  • Frozen Meals and Purees
  • Handyman: Small Repairs
  • Telephone Reassurance Calls
  • Pair Program
  • Income Tax Clinics
  • Animal Therapy

Young at Heart Seniors 55 + Club (Weekly Activities)

  • Acrylic Painting (free-style)
  • Beginner Bridge
  • Gentle Toning
  • Line Dancing
  • Postural Gymnastics
  • Tai Chi
  • Yoga for Seniors
  • Zumba Gold (seniors)
  • Toning
  • Computer Classes
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Zoo Ecomuseum

21125, chemin Sainte-Marie
Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue, QC, H9X 3Y7

Activities
The Zoo offers activities at all times for young and old. Visit their website to find out what's coming: www.zooecomuseum.ca

Summer at the Ecomuseum Zoo
Take advantage of summer to come enjoy unforgettable encounters with Québec’s wildlife in a cozy and natural setting. Every day, don’t miss the special presentations held by our education team.

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