5 things to do in Montreal today: Tuesday, August 14

Aug 13 2018, 7:27 pm

One down, four to go, Montreal. As the week continues to chug along, we’ve put together a list of 5 things to do today, August 14, as we take one step closer to the middle of the week.

First Nations Festival

The 28th edition of the festival will bridge Montreal and the First Nation community with aboriginal heritage.

The festival will host a vast array of food, cinematography, poetry reading, electro concerts and dance, connecting the city to the Kahnesetake pine forest, in honouring the history of Canada’s First People.

When: Tuesday, August 14
Time: Varies per selected event
Where: Place des Festivals, Quartier des Spectacles
Price: Free

Art in Sky at Montreal Pride

The Roman Catholic parish church of St. Peter the Apostle celebrates daily music and art performances in celebration of our ancestors and the dignity and pride of every one.

The church, constructed in 1853, is subtly, powerfully and beautifully decorated to show its support to the community.

When: From now until August 19
Time:¬†1 pm ‚Äď 2 pm
Where: Church of Saint-Pierre-Apotre
Price: Free

Scotiabank Cheapie Tuesday Movie Night

You could check out¬†Mission: Impossible – Fallout, The Meg, Incredibles 2, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom,¬†or Deadpool 2 for real cheap tonight at Scotiabank Theatre Montreal. Or, check out Slender Man¬†‚Äď it looks frightening.

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: Every Tuesday at Scotiabank Theatre
Time: Varies depending on selection
Where: 977 Rue Saint-Catherine Ouest
Price: General admission starts at $7

Mad Hatters Star Trek Quiz Night

Trekkies fans, it’s your turn to shine. Mad Hatters pub is hosting a Star Trek trivia night at their cozy, busy basement bar.

Prizes are rewarded after every round of exclusive Star Trek trivia. Mad Hatters is offering 4 for $12 Fireball shots, $5 food items and free admission to play.

The show is hosted by local comedian Troy Stark. Star Trek? Stark? The names make it seem like it’s meant to be.

When: Tuesday, August 14
Time: 9 pm
Where: Mad Hatters Pub Р1240 Crescent Street
Price: Free admission

Le Ethnic Show

Aba and Preach are two popular Montreal comedians who host a comedy show called “Le Ethnic Show.” The 19th edition of their bilingual show will feature various local stand-up comedians and it’s always a chortling good time.

The show is at the quaint, dark and cozy Bootlegger club.

When: Tuesday, August 14
Time: Doors open at 7 pm, show starts at 8 pm
Where:¬†Bootlegger L’Authentique – 3481 Boulevard Saint-Laurent (2nd floor)
Price: $10 (cash only)

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