5 things to do in Montreal today: Wednesday, February 28
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We’ve made it to Wednesday and the end of another month. Luckily, there’s a lot happening around town, Montreal. And these events will be sure to add some fun to your Humpday.
Montreal will be glowing with magical light installations through February and March as part of Montréal en Lumière’s immersive art experience, Illuminart.
Where: Quartier des spectacles
When: Until March 4, 2018
Get a waffle on a stick in Old Montreal
There’s simply nothing like a good waffle. And this classic breakfast food is even better on a stick – complete with delicious toppings. These easy to transport waffles with delectable add-ons are available at LApop, located in Old Montreal.
Phone: (514) 816-1300
The 6th edition of the LeChop culinary festival is back next month.
And this year LeChop MTL wants to give back to the community. The organization has partnered with Share the Warmth to offer a delicious 2-course table d’hote menu at participating restaurants to help fight the battle against food insecurity.
When: Now until February 28, 2018
Where: Weinstein & Gavinos (1434 Rue Crescent), L’Atelier d’Argentine (1458 Rue Crescent and 355 Marguerite D’Youville), and Decca 77 (1077 Rue Drummond)
Hot Rhythms on Ice
Spice up your Wednesday nights on the ice! Every Wednesday, the Old Port skating rink will transform into a giant Salsa dance party for its Latin Nights! Skate the night away as a guest DJ plays Latin beats all night long.
Where: Natrel Skating Rink, Bonsecours Basin, Old Port
When: Until March 7, 2018 (except December 27 and January 3)
Time: 6 to 9 pm
Cost: Adults, teens and seniors: $6.95
Children (6 to 12) : $4.60
Children under 6: free
Visit the Prince exhibit at Place des Arts
One of the greatest music stars of all time is being celebrated at Montreal’s Place des Arts in honour of Black History Month. Prince: His Purple Majesty is an exhibition dedicated to the legendary artist. Prince’s life and musical career is explored by musicologist Duke Eatmon.
Where: Espace culturel Georges-Émile-Lapalme at Place des Arts