Your weekend has arrived, Montreal. From Leonard Cohen tributes to puppy events, be sure to check out these events and make this Friday, Saturday, and Sunday a helluva three-day stretch.
MAC will illuminate Silo No. 5. For Leonard Cohen (For Leonard Cohen) is a series of gigantic silent screenings on one of Montreal’s most iconic structures. The installation features sentences from Cohen’s poems and songs screened in French and English.
Where: Vieux-Port de Montréal, Rue de la Commune Ouest
When: Until November 11, 2017
This could be the cutest event happening in Montreal. On November 11, puppy owners can head down to Le Doggy Café for their Saturday Puppy Meetup.
This event is a new monthly event taking place Le Doggy Café. It’s meant to bring together puppies and their owners to for a very cute play date. Bring your puppy and prepare for cuteness overload.
Where: Le Doggy Café, 4701 St. Denis St.
When: Saturday, November 11, 2017
Time: 11 am to 2 pm
A huge sale on maternity wear and gear for your little ones! You can also bring donations of all clothes.
Where: Pierre-Charbonneau Center, 3000 Viau Street
When: Until November 11, 2017
Time: 10 am to 4 pm
Spread some holiday cheer with Starbucks over the next five days because when you buy a Holiday Spice Flat White or Eggnog Latte for yourself, you’ll also get a FREE holiday bevy for a friend. The offer, valid from 2 pm to 5 pm daily kicks off tomorrow Thursday, November 9 and is on until Monday, November 13.
Where: Starbuck locations across Canada
When: Until November 13, 2 pm to 5 pm
As millions of Canadians pay their respects to soldiers past and present, here are six Remembrance Day ceremonies you can attend in Montreal.
When: November 11, 2017
Where: Various events. Check list for details.
Channel your inner Wonka and tour the chocolate delights at the Cacao 70 factory. Admission includes privileged access showcasing the process of chocolate making, tastings, and workshops.
Where: Cacao 70 Factory, Suite T10 – 1751 Richardson Street, Montreal
When: November 11, 2017, 1 pm t 6 pm
Price: Tickets from $15
The trend from New York City arrives in Montreal. Dine on a local menu of indulgent brunch fare while enjoying live performances by the Imani Gospel Singers choir, accompanied by piano.
Where: 463, rue Sainte-Catherine Ouest, Montreal
When: Saturdays November 11 from 10 am to 12:30 pm
Who doesn’t love a cute alpaca?
You can get up close and personal with these cute furry creatures at an alpaca workshop happening at the Longueuil Public Market on November 11 and 12.
Where: Longueuil Public Market, 4200, chemin de la Savane
When: November 11 and 12, 2017
Time: Workshops take place at 11 am and 2 pm. The animals will be present from 10 am to 5 pm on both days.
There is nothing like a cute, cuddly puppy and you can now adopt your very own at Le Doggy Cafe on November 12.
Le Doggy Cafe is hosting adoption agency Animatch.
The cafe has hosted these puppy adoption events in the past and it’s a perfect way for potential dog owners to find out how they can adopt.
Where: Le Doggy Café, 4701 St Denis
When: November 12, 2017
Time: 11:30 am to 2:30 pm
175 Montreal restaurants are participating in this a 5-day festival offering 3-course prix fixe menus at $21, 31, and $41 for dinner and $15 for brunch.
Where: Various locations check website for details
When: Until November 16, 2017
An immersive ‘liquid architecture’ exhibition will be taking place at Montreal’s Society of Technological Arts (SAT).
The exhibit is an audiovisual experience that deconstructs 3D scans of monuments, buildings, and structures into a mesmerizing experience that will be projected on the dome of the SAT.
Where: SAT, 1201 Boul. Saint Laurent
When: Until November 31, 2017 (From Tuesday to Saturday)
Time: 7 pm, each show runs for 40 minutes
What: Come and check out the world’s largest Barbie exhibit this month. The exhibit will feature Barbies of various ethnicities, dressed in traditional clothes, as well as great Hollywood stars (Marilyn Monroe, Audrey Hepburn, etc.). A separate section is reserved for haute-couture dolls, which have been dressed by Dior, Chanel, Givenchy and many more notable names from the fashion industry.
Where: Les Cours Mont-Royal, 1455 Peel Street,
When: Now until December 31