11 things to do in Montreal today: Sunday, March 10

Mar 8 2019, 5:39 pm

Heading in to March 10 means we can start the official countdown to spring. Hopefully the weather bodes well with you today as you look to top your weekend off in style.

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Castle in the Sky Screening


Cinéma du Parc will be screening Hayao Miyazaki’s 1986 classic Castle in the Sky today.

The animated film follow a young boy and girl who stumble into a mysterious islands that floats down from the sky.

The cinema will be screening the French version of the film today.

When: March 9 and 10
Time: 10 am
Where: Cinéma du Parc, 3575 av. du Parc
Price: $10 – $11.50, available online

Montreal International Children’s Film Festival (FIFEM)

This children’s film festival showcases the best international cinema for kids and families.

When: From now until March 10
Time: Various times per selection
Where: Cinéma Beaubien, du Parc, du Musée and Musée des beaux-arts
Price: $9.50 per film, available online

MÉGA liquidation VINTAGE de la relâche

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Looking to get your shop on today?

If you’re a thrifter or just searching for some cool new old duds, a huge vintage clothing sale took over Montreal all weekend, today being the last day.

Tons of clothing items, decor, and furniture will be on sale for $5, $10, and $15 at Marché Underground as well as toys, vinyl records and accessories.

When: Sunday, March 10
Time: 12 to 5 pm
Where: Marché Underground, 3731 Notre Dame Ouest
Price: Free admission

Griffintown Gourmet and Gastronomic

Griffintown’s first major gourmet and gastronomic event is an opportunity to celebrate the exceptional gastronomic offer, the great diversity and the originality of a variety of restaurants in Griffintown.

When: From now until March 14
Time: Varies per restaurant
Where: Visit the website to see a list of 17 participating spots
Price: $17 – $42

Disney on Ice – Mickey’s Search Party

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Disney on Ice

Disney on Ice present’s “Mickey’s Search Party,” an on-ice story that follows Mickey Mouse as he searches for his friends.

The show, “L’expédition de Mickey,” will be presented in French.

When: Sunday, March 10
Time: 11 am, 3:30 pm, 7 pm
Where: Centre Bell, 1909 avenue des Canadiens de Montreal
Price:$28.75 – $130.75, available online

POP Yoga Neige

Downward dog-sled, anyone?

Montreal-based fitness company POP Spirit is hosting a series of outdoor snow yoga sessions this month.

Aptly titled POP Yoga Neige, classes will take place every Saturday and Sunday from now until March 24 at Parc La Fontaine and Parcours Gouin, respectively.

All classes are free to the public and boast top-notch, professional instructors. All you have to do is bring your own mat and dress warmly (and we mean, really warm).

When: Sunday, March 10
Time: 1 pm on Saturdays, 10:30 am on Sundays
Where: Parc La Fontaine and Parcours Gouin
Price: Free

Haunted Montreal Pub Crawl



If you thought Montreal’s weather this winter was scary, you’ve got another thing coming.

After doing studies in Savannah, Georgia (dubbed “America’s most haunted city”), the paranormal research crew has jumped over to Montreal for the first-ever Haunted Pub Crawl in the city.

Led by a professional ghost storyteller, the Haunted Montreal Pub Crawl will visit four of the city’s most haunted bars, because mixing ghosts and booze is the only smart way to deal with the paranormal. The tour will start at Charlie’s American Pub on Bishop Street before heading to the recently-burned down John Doe Pub, the historic McKibbin’s Irish Pub, the mysterious Sir Winston Churchill Pub, the frequently-visited (not just by the living) Club Le Cinq and, of course, Hurley’s Irish Pub, where a ghost known as the “Burning Lady” is said to still lurk on the grounds.

When: Sunday, March 10
Time: 3 pm for English, 4 pm for French
Where: The tour starts at Charlie’s American Pub, 1204 Bishop
Price: $20.87, available online

Volcanoes 3D – IMAX

The Montreal Science Centre invites guests to a “very hot immersive experience” as Volcanoes 3D takes over the IMAX screen for the fifth weekend, taking patrons where few humans dare to venture: into the heart of a volcano.

When: Sunday, March 10
Time: Various times
Where: 2 de la Commune Ouest
Price: $10.50 – $12, available online

Sucrerie de la Montagne

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Sucrerie de la Montagne lets guests experience real Quebec traditions. Maple syrup is produced the old-fashioned way on site – the tree is tapped with a spout, the sap collected in a pail and transported to a traditional wood-fired evaporator, where it is transformed into maple syrup.

And guess what? You can have it.

There’s also horse-drawn sleighs, wagons and an all-you-can-eat sugaring off feast.

When: From now until March 10
Time: 10 am – 7:30 pm
Where: 300, Chemin St-Georges, Rigaud
Price:$14 – $34, available online

Coup Sûr

With baseball season right around the corner, why not take a couple cuts at the batting cage?

Coup Sûr has six pitching machines all throwing at various speeds and each machine throws either baseballs or softballs. They have a closed off radar section too if you want to practice pitching.

They supply bats and helmets and boast an impressive Baseball Town store if you’re looking for some gear for the quickly approaching ball season.

When: Sunday, March 10
Tim: 9 am – 10 pm
Where: 3835 Boulevard Curé-Labelle, Laval
Price: 1 token (20 pitches): $5.75/ 5 token special (100 pitches): $23.00

Barbie Expo

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The world’s largest permanent exhibit of Barbies is happening at Montreal’s Cours Mont-Royal. The upscale mall hosts over 1,000 entertainment industry Barbie dolls, all dressed by leading fashion houses.

Plus, it’s free to attend and it’s oozing with photo opps.

When: Sunday, March 10
Time: 10 am – 7 pm
Where: Cours Mont-Royal, 1445 Rue Peel
Price: Free