27
Jun
2021

2021-06-27 10:00
Free

BallonsSunday, June 27 at 10 a.m. on Zoom. The video will be available all summer long on YouTube.

For ages 3 to 7.

To celebrate Canadian Multiculturalism Day, listen to a story in German and learn a little German afterward. You can ask your questions in French, English, or German. With Maria Grote. In collaboration with the Goethe Insititute.

This activity will be recorded.

Registration required: on Eventbrite

27
Jun
2021

2021-06-27 12:00
Free

Salade aux pommes de terreSunday, June 27 at noon in French on Zoom. The video will be available all summer long on YouTube.

For all ages.

To celebrate Canadian Multiculturalism Day, create a potato salad with Chef Annika Wegerle. A bilingual question period will follow.

Ingredients not provided. A list of materials will be publicized in advance.

In collaboration with the Goethe Institute.

This activity will be recorded.

Registration required : on Eventbrite

01
Jul
2021

2021-07-01 12:00 -17:00
Free

Between Noon and 5 p.m. at Public Works, 300 Beaurepaire

> Raffle at 4:30 p.m.

Join together in helping fight poverty and build brighter futures for Montrealers in need. Visit beaconsfield.ca for a complete list of needed items.

Featuring a raffle of a painting by Beaconsfield Artist Lisabel, created on site during the day – all proceeds go to On Rock.

20
Aug
2021

2021-08-20 16:00 -17:00
Centennial
Centennial
288, boulevard Beaconsfield, Beaconsfield, QC H9W 4A4, Canada
Free

Pop-cordesFriday, August 20, from 4 to 5 p.m.

Hybrid format: in person, at Centennial Park OR on YouTube • Video available for one week after event

For the whole family

Pop music all over the world is the music we love to sing, hum and dance to. In a show full of rhythm, the Violin Dingue reveals wacky, electrifying and even strange versions of popular songs.

This activity will be recorded.

Registration required : on Eventbrite