We’re one step closer to Easter weekend.
From butterflies to a new exhibit at the Phi Centre, these events will be sure to add some fun to your Thursday.
The Phi Centre is hosting an out-of-this-world exhibit next week that you definitely do not want to miss.
Particles of Existence explores new dimensions of how science and technology have brought us closer to understanding our universe and beyond.
Where: The Phi Centre, 407 Rue Saint-Pierre
When: March 27 to August 12, 2018. Closed on Monday.
Time: Various time slots. Check website for details.
Tickets: Available online
Montreal’s Museum of Contemporary Art is hosting an ongoing immersive exhibition to honour the legendary Leonard Cohen.
“A Crack in Everything,” is a multidisciplinary exhibit will showcase works of art from local and international artists who were inspired by Cohen.
Where: Montreal Museum of Contemporary Art
When: Until April 8, 2018
The Montreal Botanical Garden’s annual “Butterflies Go Free” exhibit is back for another year. Taking over the Main Exhibition Greenhouse from February 22 until April 29, visitors can step into a humid tropical oasis that will make you forget all about winter.
Where: Montreal Botanical Garden, 4101, rue Sherbrooke Est
When: Until April 29, 2018
In case you hadn’t heard, Montreal is currently home to the Barbie Expo, the largest permanent collection of Barbie dolls in the world. Montrealers have the chance to see and Instagram over 1,000 one-of-a-kind Barbie dolls. The Barbie dolls on display are not your average Barbie dolls, however. Rather, Barbie Expo is an exhibition of haute couture with Barbie as the model. As the website states, “This is Barbie seen at her fashionable best, a stunningly beautiful collection chicly modeled by the 11½-inch fashion icon.”
Where: 1455 Rue Peel
When: Various hours, check website for details
This recently-opened cherry blossom Japanese restaurant and bar could be the prettiest place to eat in Montreal. Le Blossom is the latest establishment led by Montreal restauranter Dan Pham and his partners. The eatery is located in Montreal’s “The Village” neighbourhood and specializes in traditional Japanese handrolls, private-imported sake, contemporary Japanese dishes, and more.
Where: 1101 Boulevard de Maisonneuve Est.
Hours: Monday: Closed
Tuesday to Wednesday: 5 pm to midnight
Thursday to Saturday: 5 pm to 2 am
Sunday: 5 pm to midnight