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Activities in the category: Communauté

Battle of the Bands:: 4th edition::

Free registration: By email at loisirs@sadb.qc.ca  before April 13th

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 28th | 7 pm 
Audience: Free for residents, $3 non-residents | Come and encourage your favorite bands 

Buskers on the boardwalk

Saturdays and Sundays from july to september

Location: The Canal boardwalk

In case of rain: Centre Harpell, 60, Rue Saint-Pierre

Information: www.sadb.qc.ca | 514-457-1605

In collaboration with Le Conseil des arts de Montréal 

Novelty! 

Local musicians and performance artist may obtain permission to perform on the small stage on the Canal boardwalk throughout the summer. 

To subscribe use this document:

Registration (English) 

 

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Drop-in ping-pong

Clientele : Families – children under the age of 12 must be accompanied by an adult.
Location : Centre Harpell
Schedule : Monday to Friday, 6 pm to 9:30 pm |  Not open on holidays.
Cost : Free with Carte loisirs or $5 per evening without Carte loisirs.
Information : Only one table available.
Paddles and balls available.

Easter craft : “Sock bunny”

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

Animator: Linda Champagne
Clientele: Ages 6 to 12 | Bilingual
Location: Library
Schedule: Sunday, March 25th, 10 am to 11 am

Family Thursdays

OUTDOOR EVENTS – MOVIES – ANIMATIONS

Location: various municipal parks

Information: 514-457-1605

  • Baby Boss
  • Family Olympics
  • Family Photo Rally
  • Monster Trucks
  • Les Berceurs du temps

 

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First Aid

Information: 514-457-1605
Registration: before January 26th, at the Recreation Department or Library

Learn basic first aid technics to respond to general needs. To obtain Red Cross First Aid certificat you mus also take the CPR Course.
Clientele: Ages 13-17 | bilingual
Location: Chalet Peter-Williamson
Schedule: Sunday, February 11th | 9 am to 1 pm
Cost: $35 residents, $45 non-residents | manual included

Girl Guides Canada

Information : Wendy Hauck, 514-457-4575
Registration : www.girlguides.ca 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 !

Lip Sync Battle :: 1st edition:: Show and contest

Free registrationloisirs@sadb.qc.ca, before January 20th

If you’ve always wanted to be on the stage and have fun while singing or imitating one of your favourite songs, now’s the time! Include the three songs you would like to perform, your name and the name of each participant (if you’re accompanied) as well as your phone number.

Clientele: Ages 12 to 17 | bilingual
Location: Centre Harpell
Schedule: Friday, February 2nd | 7 pm 
Audience: Free for residents, $3 non-residents | Come enjoy these magical and funny moments.

Marché Sainte-Anne

Information
Lise-Anne Briand, 514-831-3333

www.marchesainteanne.ca  marchesteanne@gmail.com

 

OUTDOOR MARKET

Dates:  resumes on May 2018
Location: On Lalonde Street, at the corner of Sainte-Anne and St-Pierre Streets

INDOOR MARKET
Date : From 10 am to 1 pm from October 28th, 2017 to mid-may 2018
Location: St-Georges Church, 23 Rue Perrault

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

  • December 16: last market of 2017
  • January 20: First market of 2018
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Montreal Aviation Museum

Information: www.mam.quebec
Contact and reservation: 514- 398-7948 / info@mam.quebec

Open, Mondays, Tuesdays and Saturdays from 09:30 until 14:30 or by appointment.
Entrance fees (Cash or cheque): Adults: $8, Students $8, Children 4 to 6 years: $5

Our museum is dedicated to the preservation of our aviation heritage with particular emphasis on Québec’s contribution. Come and discover our:

  • 5 Aircrafts on display or being restored by our volunteers,
  • Our unique aviation art gallery with more than 60 paintings,
  • Artefacts, flight simulators, dioramas, aircraft models,
  • Memorabilia from the bush pilot era, First and Second World War, Airline companies
  • Aircraft engines and more.

We also organize conferences and school visits as well as programs for seniors, businesses.
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
514 398-7811 / Fax: 514 398-7959 
morgan.arboretum@mcgill.ca

Website: www.morganarboretum.org

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Murder and mystery night

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

Who hasn’t heard of the “Murder and Mystery” game? This fun evening is set around an aperitif, and its aim is to find out who the culprit or culprits are. Fun, intrigue and humour are the order of the day. Limited seating. Please reserve soon!
Clientele : Adults | in English
Location: Library
Schedule: Wednesday, February 28th | 7 pm

NOVA West Island

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

THRIFT SHOPS FOR NOVA- www.thriftshopsfornova.com
Tuesday to Sunday from 10 am to 4 pm

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School Break | Friday, March 9th

FREE ACTIVITIES FOR SAINTE-ANNE-DE-BELLEVUE RESIDENTS ONLY
(proof of residency required)

 

 

Morgan Arboretum | Free admission
Enjoy a day in the outdoors: walking trails, slides, snow shoes and ski trails. Bring your own equipment.

Targeted clientele: For all
Schedule: 9 am to 4 pm

 

Open swimming
Targeted clientele: For all | Places are limited
Location of activity: Casgrain Sport Centre,
Schedule: 1:30 pm to 3 pm

 

Presentation: “The Wonders of the evening Sky” at the Morgan Arboretum
In collaboration with the Montreal Centre of the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada 

A presentation on amateur astronomy, followed by a telescope star gazing period and a visit to the Bellevue Observatory, weather permitting.

Clientele: For all | Children must be accompanied by an adult
Schedule: 7:30 pm
Registration: Places are limited 
Registration required before Friday, March 2nd, at 514-457-1605

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School Break | Monday, March 5th

FREE ACTIVITIES FOR SAINTE-ANNE-DE-BELLEVUE RESIDENTS ONLY
(proof of residency required)

 

Open skating
Clientele: For all
Location: Macdonald Campus Arena 
Schedule: 10 am to 12 pm
IMPORTANT: A helmet is compulsory for ages 13 and under.

 

MAD SCIENCE show and workshop
A spectacular fire and ice show with impressive experiments such as dry ice storms, floating giant beach balls, special potions and bubbly showers, followed by workshops where you will you’re your own slime and super ball. Animation provided by MAD SCIENCE.

Clientele: Ages 5 to 12 
Location: Centre Harpell
Schedule: 1:30 pm to 4 pm
Registration: Places are limited, 
Registration required before Friday, February 23rd, at 514-457-1605

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School Break | Thursday, March 8th

FREE ACTIVITIES FOR SAINTE-ANNE-DE-BELLEVUE RESIDENTS ONLY
(proof of residency required)


Open skating

Targeted clientele: For all
Location of activity: Macdonald Campus Arena
Schedule: 10 am to 12 pm
IMPORTANT: A helmet is compulsory for ages 13 and under.

 

Arts and crafts: Snow globe
Create your own snow globe. Materials provided.
Clientele: Ages 6 to 12 
Location: Centre Harpell
Schedule: 1:30 pm to 2:30 pm
Registration: Places are limited 
Registration required at the Library before Friday, March 2nd, at 514-457-1940

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School Break | Tuesday, March 6th

FREE ACTIVITIES FOR SAINTE-ANNE-DE-BELLEVUE RESIDENTS ONLY (proof of residency required)

 

Ecomuseum Zoo | Free admission
Enjoy a free visit at the zoo!

Targeted clientele: For all
Schedule: 9 am to 12 pm

 

Montreal Aviation Museum | Free admission
Enjoy a free visit at the museum!

Targeted clientele: For all
Schedule: 9:30 am to 2:30 pm

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Stay Safe | Red Cross program

Information: 514-457-1605
Registration: before February 23rd, at the Recreation Department or Library

This course teaches youth of age 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: Tuesday, March 6th | 8:30 am to 4:30 pm
Cost: $35 residents, $45 non-residents | manual included

Story Hour and Easter eggs hunt

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

Animator: Linda Champagne
Clientele: Ages 3 to 7 | Bilingual
Location: Library
Schedule: Sunday, March 18th, 10 am to 10:45 am

TA CLIQ ADOS ::NEW::

« TA CLIQ ADOS » TEEN CLIQUE
Registration: To become part of the “clique” send an email to nstjean@sadb.qc.ca 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.

LOOK FORWARD TO:
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

EVENT DATE REGISTRATION
Winter Carnival February 2-3-4 before January 12
ALL OTHER "TA CLIQ ADOS" PROJECTS

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 / HIRE A STUDENT

YOUTH WORKERS

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

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.

>> please fill out this form

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HIRE A STUDENT

Information : Nicole St-Jean:  514 457-6838 | nstjean@sadb.qc.ca

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.

>> please fill out this form

Winter Carnival | Bed Race

6:30 pm | PUB CUNNINGHAMS Carnival Bed Race

Don’t miss this amazing sporting event. The races will be run on speedy handmade beds. 
In collaboration with Cunninghams Pub. Come and encourage the runners!

Clientele: Participants ages 18 and over
Location: Rue Sainte-Anne 
Cost: Free activity and registration
Register your team: At the Recreation Department before January 26th at 514-457-1605 or loisirs@sadb.qc.ca 

InformationDetails and rules 

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Winter Carnival | Fireworks

8 pm | FAE Pyrotechnics presents “LA GUERRE, LA GUERRE C’EST PAS UNE RAISON POUR SE FAIRE MAL!”a winter fireworks show

A fun show inspired by the popular film “LA GUERRE DES TUQUES”.   

On the occasion of the release of the 3D version in 2016 of the cult movie, FAE has created a Pyro musical show honoring the heroes of your childhood.  A must see to immerse yourself in your memories, or for your little ones to discover. 

In collaboration with Parks Canada

Location of activity: On the boardwalk, close to the town hall parking lot
Cost: Free

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Winter Carnival | Outdoor day at the Morgan Arboretum

12 pm to 4 pm | Outdoor day at the Morgan Arboretum

Take a stroll and enjoy nature and the great outdoors. Have fun sledding on the slopes of the Arboretum, live the experience of dog sledding, create a beautiful snow sculpture for all to enjoy, or simply take a hike down one of the many trails. BBQ ($) offered by the Arboretum.

Clientele: Family
Location: Morgan Arboretum
Cost: Free entry. Free hot chocolate. BBQ ($) and taffy on the snow ($)
Important: Only dogs belonging to members of the Arboretum permitted during this activity.

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Winter Carnival | Outdoor disco & Winter Lounge Bar

7 pm to 9 pm | Outdoor Disco & Winter Lounge Bar
Come try out our outdoor dance party! You will enjoy great music, disco lighting, animation, Lounge bar, and more. *Please note that the disco will close temporarily during the firework presentation.

Location of activity: Parking lot in front of town hall
Cost: Winter bar $ (beer, wine, hot chocolate, etc.)

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Winter carnival | Fête des Neiges at Parc Aumais

1 pm to 4 pm | Fête des Neiges at Parc Aumais

Enjoy the outdoor pleasures of winter with your family. Skating, inflatable rides, sledding, snow sculptures and many more activities await children young and old. Warm up with some free hot chocolate and delicious taffy on the snow donated by Club Richelieu. Hungry? Pass by the BBQ ($) to benefit the Rugby Club.
Music provided by The Beat 92.5

Clientele: Family
Location: Parc Aumais
Cost: Free activity

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Winter carnival | Introduction to Ice Fishing

9 am to 11 am | Introduction to Ice Fishing

Discover the joy of Ice fishing under the guidance of an ice fishing fanatic. All equipment is provided. Dress properly and meet at the end of Rue Saint-Pierre behind the Rue Lalonde parking lot. Weather and ice conditions permitting.

Clientele: Family
Location: Nearby Parc Lalonde, Intersection Rue Sainte-Anne and Rue Lalonde
Cost: Free activity. Free hot chocolate.

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Winter carnival | Lip Sync Battle

7 pm | Lip Sync Battle (1st Edition)

Come perform in the show or simply come and watch! 
If you have always wanted to be on stage and have fun while performing one of your favorite songs, now is the time! 
Youth ages 12 to 17 years of age are encouraged to sign up to perform before January 20th at loisirs@sadb.qc.ca.
If you prefer to simply watch the show, come by and be part of the audience!

Clientele: Ages 12 – 17 for performers / Audience – all ages
Location: Centre Harpell
Cost: Participants: free | Audience: free for residents, $3 non-residents

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Wired and retired

IPad course for beginners (In French)

Offered by the Centre d’éducation des adultes Jeanne-Sauvé

Every Monday from January 29th to April 9th, 2018 from 9:30 am to 12 pm

IT'S FREE!

Registration at the Library, at the desk or by phone at 514-457-1940. Minimum of 15 participants

This free course is designed for novices with little to no previous experience with the iPad. It is an opportunity to become more familiar and confident with new technology, as well as a chance to socialize with other learners. iPads are provided. All you need to bring is your curiosity and passion to learn!

 

The course consists of 10 weekly sessions.

Zoo Ecomuseum

21125, chemin Sainte-Marie
Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue, QC, H9X 3Y7
Email: info@ecomuseum.ca

Website: www.zooecomuseum.ca

Spring Break at the zoo
March 3-11th, 2018
Come enjoy the Ecomuseum Zoo’s Spring Break activities with your loved ones !

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