5 things to do in Montreal today, Tuesday, February 19

Feb 16 2019, 3:44 am

It may only be Tuesday but at least we’re not about to get 40 cm of snow dumped on us like we did last week, right?

Here are five events that can help your February 19 zoom right by.

Arkells Concert

Arkells are a Canadian rock band, formed in Hamilton, Ontario.

In 2006, they signed with Dine Alone Records, and have since signed with Universal Records Canada and Last Gang Records. They have released five albums, two EPs and are in Montreal tonight as part of their new North American tour.

When: Tuesday, February 19
Time: 7:30 pm Р11 pm
Where: MTELUS, 59 rue St. Catherine
Price:$50.75, available online

Scotiabank Cheapie Tuesday Movie Night

Bundle up inside the theatre and check out Glass, Aquaman or Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse for real cheap every Tuesday at Scotiabank Theatre Montreal.

Or, check out Bohemian Rhapsody or/and A Star Is Born as it makes its trek towards the Oscars.

Scotiabank Theatre offers cheap movie tickets for the Tuesday crowds. They also have deals on snack combos. Can you honestly say no to that popcorn smell?

When: Tuesday, February 19
Time: Varies depending on selection
Where: 977 Rue Saint-Catherine Ouest
Price: General admission starts at $7

Bowling ‚Äď Forum Sports Bar

Cozy up inside the Forum and strike some bowling off your list this month.

The Forum Sports Bar hosts 16 lanes of 10-pin bowling for $5 a game (tax and shoes included) on Tuesdays and Wednesdays.

You also can’t go wrong with the giant square bar, arcade games, and TV screens.

When: Tuesday, February 19
Time:¬†11 am ‚Äď 1 am
Where: 2313 rue Ste. Catherine
Price: $5 per game, shoe rental included

Volcanoes 3D ‚Äď IMAX

If cheap movies aren’t your thing, how about volcanoes?

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

When: Tuesday, February 19
Time: Various times
Where: 2 de la Commune Ouest
Price: $10.50 ‚Äď $12, available online

Hockey History Exhibit

The Hockey Cup History travelling exhibit has set up shop at the Dorval Museum of Local History and Heritage.

Hockey fans can take a look at trophies, rings, hockey sticks, archival footage and over 50 hockey-related artifacts. Visitors are also invited to play a hockey tabletop game as well as a ‚Äėdesign your own goalie mask‚Äô workshop.

When: Every day in February
Time:¬†1:30 pm ‚Äď 4:30 pm, Thursday to Sunday
Where: 1850 Lakeshore Drive, Dorval
Price: Free

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