Take up extreme trampolining for an evening at this 30,000 square foot warehouse in Anjou. With massive rooms filled with wall-to-wall trampolines, you can feel like a kid again jumping as high as your body can soar. If you get tired of plain old jumping, iSaute also boasts a trampoline dodgeball stadium and a basketball dunk centre.
When: Monday to Thursday 3 pm-9 pm, Friday and Saturday 9 am-12 am, Sunday 9 am-8 pm
Where: 8700 boul du Golf Anjou
What: Hot off the heels of a visit to Burning Man, where he performed live painting in the midst of a sandstorm, Carlito Dalceggio has literally taken over the COA Gallery space and has transformed it according to his palette. The result: expansive paintings; totems; sculptures; and olfactive atmospheres. Carlito promises an unbridled atmosphere bursting with colour, and indeed, a unique experience not to be missed!
When: October 4 at 5 pm
Where: Galerie C.O.A, 6405 St-Laurent, Montreal, Quebec h2s3c3
It appears Old Port is haunted! Do you believe in ghosts? The people over at Guidatour certainly do, as evidenced by the Fantomes Montreal Ghosts tours they run throughout the summer and fall months. Taking place in Old Port, Fantomes Montreal Ghosts offers two 90-minute ghost tours: The Traditional Ghost Walk and the Ghost Walk & Dark Encounters. They are also offering a Halloween Special that will feature costumes, disguises, and ghost hunts. Tours range in price from $15 to $25.
When: Tour dates and times range, for more information click here
Where: 360 Saint-François-Xavier Street
Celebrate Halloween with La Ronde at their annual Fright Fest. Every weekend in October, La Ronde will be transformed into one giant haunted village. Prepare to meet zombies, convicts, and worst of all, clowns. In addition to their usual slew of mazes and haunted houses, 2016 boasts Demon’s Hell, where you’ll be chased by your worst demons, and The Cursed Farm, where a string of people have recently gone missing…If you like being scared on Halloween, then Fright Fest at La Ronde is the place to go.
When: Every weekend in October from 11 am until closing, for a full schedule click here
Where: La Ronde, 22 Chemin MacDonald
Mega Vrac, in their quest to reduce waste, has recently become the first zero waste grocery store in Montreal. Customers are asked to bring their own reusable containers and bags to carry out their purchased items, however, if you forget, Mega Vrac will sell you reusable cloth bags, pots, and bottles on site to carry home your groceries. As for the items themselves, they are stored in reusable containers on shelves and tables throughout the store. There are over 700 different products available at Mega Vrac, from coffee and tea to nuts and fruit.
When: Monday and Tuesday 9 am-8:30 pm, Wednesday to Friday 9 am-9 pm, Saturday 9 am-8 pm, Sunday 9 am-6 pm
Where: 2649 Rue Masson