Kids activities in Montreal: Planetarium re-opening, St Patrick's Day Parade and more this week!
What's Happening this Week in Montreal
March 14-20, 2013
is a big one in Montreal! The Planetarium finally re-opens, St Patrick's
Day has us seeing green, plus plenty of other activities to keep the
Danz and TooT, Les Grands Ballets Canadiens
March 14 to 23, 8pm-10pm
If you and your family appreciate modern
dance, don't miss this show, which features excerpts from five
choreographies created between 1999 and 2007, set to music compositions
that range from Beethoven to surf-rock songs.
Parents call it a break from the kids. Kids call it a break
from their parents. That sounds like a win-win situation to us! Parentsʼ
Survival Nights gives your children some quality "kid time" in a safe,
fun, familiar place with trained instructors who lead them through games
and music-filled activities. * Spots fill quickly so it is important to
call to reserve your spot!
Open House at Rio Tinto Alcan Planetarium New location! 4801, avenue Pierre-De Coubertin, Montreal March 16, 10am-3pm
For the very first time, visitors will be allowed inside the
building to see the new facilities, including two theatres. A surprising
itinerary will reveal the scope of the project, its bold architecture
and the expertise of the craftspeople who have contributed to this
magnificent achievement called the Space for Life.
Chris' Crazy Cabaret presented by Panadream Theatre
March 16, 10:30am-11:15am
As part of their Saturday Morning Children's Series, Centaur
Theatre has invited Panadream Theatre to present their string marionette
show, Chris' Crazy Cabaret. Presented in English, the show is suitable
for children aged 2-8 and their families.
Don't forget to wear a little bit of green
to celebrate Irish tradition at the St. Patrick's Day Parade this
Sunday! The United Irish Societies of Montreal are once again
organizing a fun-filled downtown parade that starts at noon at Du Fort
and Ste. Catherine street.