Whether it is to look over the view, enjoy a picnic, watch the sun rise or set over the city, this a beautiful setting for that perfect date. You can spend the walk sharing fun facts and getting to know each other.
You will have to drive 45 minutes out of town to Saint-Eustache but as you are already in your car anyway for the drive in move what does it matter. Not only do you get value for money with 2 latest realize movies back to back but you can really set a private and intimate atmosphere. Bring some nibbles, pillows and a blanket and cuddle up to a good film under the stars.
There is everything from sushi, to pizza and fish and chips to grap and go. So why not grab one of these tasty delights and a blanket and enjoy your dates company in one of the beautiful parks of Montreal.
Stroll arm in arm through the rows of mouth watering local produce. Take your time to sample, taste and even pick food to cook together that evening. And if your feeling especially romantic why not pick a punch of beautiful flowers for your loved one.
For you active and adventurous types looking for a rush to start your date off with a bang, why not try go-karting at Kart-O-Mania . Not only will your hearts be racing but there is nothing like truly knowing someone till you see them in a competitive situation.
Whether inside or out, nothing compares than skating hand in hand. Not only is it a great activity for endless laughter and fun, but a great excuse to be falling over each other. You can enjoy ice skating all year round at the Le Atrium 1000 however nothing beats ice skating under the fairy lights in one of our many parks during the winter.
Why not try something new and exciting and maybe even impress your date. Allez up is a fantastic rocking climbing center here in Montreal offering walls for everyone, of all levels and experience. Nothing can get better than this for an excuse to fall into your dates arms.
Most of the events will take place virtually, but there will be a two-night drive-in theatre event in Kirkland and guided tours of Montreal's Little Italy.
The first day of the virtual events, on August 7, will broadcast a recurring children's event called Storytime in Italian. Read by Sara Ottoboni in Italian and interpreted by Tina Mancini, the first story, Ti Ricordi La Pioggia, is a tale about a girl who's sad that she can't see her friends and family, but uses her imagination to feel better about being socially distant.
On August 14 and 21, the festival will host guided tours of Little Italy, which begin in front of Casa d'Italia on Rue Jean-Talon. The tour, over two hours long, consists of a "historical introduction about the Italian community in Montreal," a tour of Little Italy's attractions, with a stop for Italian pastries.
The tour will also consist of stops on Rue Dante and Boul. Saint-Laurent, La Madonna della Difesa church and Dante Park.
The recurring drive-in theatre event will take place on August 14 and 15 in Kirkland. On August 14, the festival will host a viewing of The Chain,an English-language play by Vitorio Rossi, and August 15's showing will play Ma cosa ci dice il cervello by Riccardo Milani, an Italian-language film with English subtitles.
Reservations are required for many of the events. You can consult the full festival event schedule here.