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Light the Night

Oct 14 Other event Events

Each fall, the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society of Canada hosts the Light the Night Walk in communities across Canada, where teams of families, friends, and co-workers come together and walk at twilight carrying illuminated lanterns: red for supporters, white for patients and survivors, and gold to remember loved ones lost to show solidarity and hope… Full details 

A Day on the Bridge

Jun 11

“What people don’t understand, they won’t value; what they don’t value, they won’t protect; and what they don’t protect, they will lose.” – Charles Jordan, former US Parks Commissioner ONE DAY. ONCE-IN-A-LIFETIME. A DAY ON THE BRIDGE.   On Sunday June 11, 2017, Celebrate our magnificent natural surroundings while commemorating Canada’s 150th birthday. The historic… Full details 

Festival Bloomsday Montréal

Jun 10 - Jun 16

40% of Québecers have some Irish ancestry — one of many cultural markers that signal the great diversity of Montréal. We are inspired by the inclusive potential of this diversity to bring history into the present and make it relevant. Bloomsday Montréal unpacks the rich, storied culture of the Irish in Montréal — and their contemporaries — through walking tours, films, music, talks and conversations. Not Just Joyce We spotlight the work of this remarkable modernist author and all the fine Irish writers — before and after Joyce — who seize our imaginations with their masterful narrative gifts. Full details 

2017 Gutsy Walk for Crohn’s and Colitis Canada

Jun 4

Do you have what it takes to make it stop? Be GUTSY and join us for a fun filled event at the 22nd annual Crohn’s and Colitis Canada Gutsy Walk! 1 in 150 Canadians are living with Crohn’s disease or ulcerative colitis. Be inspired by their courage and together, we will make the pain, multiple surgeries, and missed moments stop. For life. It takes guts to make it stop: Raise $100 or more and receive a Gutsy Walk T-shirt Raise $1000 or more and achieve Top Pledge Earner Club status. Learn more about the Club and the exclusive benefits. For more information, please contact us! Full details 

Amadeus Live

Jun 3

Experience the multi-Academy Award® winning 1984 motion picture Amadeus on a vast HD screen while Mozart’s most celebrated works are performed live in-sync by a full orchestra and choir, conducted by Jeffrey Schindler. Amadeus is a sumptuous period epic, celebrating the music of the greatest musical genius the world has ever known, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Winner of eight Academy Awards® including Best Picture, Amadeus tells the story of Vienna court composer, Antonio Salieri and his all-consuming jealousy over the bawdy, vulgar, but divinely talented young Mozart, as Salieri plots to destroy him. Despite his raging envy, Salieri cannot tear himself away from the sublime genius of Mozart’s music. Full details 

1642 The Montreal Story

May 26 - May 27

Robert Adams, Mark Cerisano, and their talented drama class, present this original high quality musical to commemorate Montreal’s 375th anniversary. They bring to life Paul Chomedey de Maisonneuve, Jeanne Mance, and the early colonists, as they endeavour to found Ville-Marie. Friday May 26th at 7PM Saturday May 27th at 2PM & 7PM Adults and children 12 and up $ 12 Children under 12 $ 6 Families 3 children and more $45 Groups: please contact Full details 


May 18

Gin & Jazz is a fundraising event benefiting the Sarah’s Fund for Cedars, where all proceeds ensure that patients on Sarah’s Floor at the Montreal Children’s Hospital of the MUHC receive the best care possible. Sarah’s Floor is the hub of the MUHC’s Pediatric Hematology/Oncology Division. It is designed to make a sick child’s time at the Montreal Children’s Hospital as warm, comfortable and positive as possible. Full details 

Connie Kaldor in concert

May 7

The Montreal Lutheran Council is hosting Connie Kaldor in concert. Connie is a Juno award-winning artist and a member of the Order of Canada who has shared the stage with innumerable artists, including Shawn Colvin, Tracy Chapman, Sylvia Tyson, the Chieftains, and Daniel Lanois. Her musical career began at an early age with her singing with her four siblings in the local Lutheran church choir in Saskatchewan. This concert is a benefit for Canadian Lutheran World Relief ( as part of the Reformation Challenge ( Full details 

Self Esteem & Vision Board

May 4 - May 25 Other event Events

The Centre des femmes solidaires et engagées – Your Women’s Centre invites you to a self-esteem workshop whereby you will create a personal vision board that will be used to discover yourself. Come have fun and be part of an empowering experience. This four week workshop will take place at the Centre, starting Thursday May… Full details 

Pianos for Peace

May 3

Experience the Malek Jandali Trio and enjoy original compositions for piano, oud and cello. World-renowned composer and pianist Jandali has performed at Carnegie Hall and is the founder of Pianos For Peace, an organization that aims to achieve peace through music and education. Jandali’s music integrates ancient melodies from Aleppo and the Silk Road into works that are preserving and presenting the rich musical heritage of Syria. Full details 

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