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15 Things You Can Do In Montreal This Friday, Saturday, & Sunday

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15 Things You Can Do In Montreal This Friday, Saturday, & Sunday

Tomorrow June 21st is the summer solstice.  This officially marks the first day of summer and also the day with the longest hours of sunlight. After the solstice, the days progressively start to get shorter and shorter once again, but we won't think about that just yet. 

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Although it's been warm the past few weeks, this means summer is officially here! And it's a long weekend too. Finally time for heading up to the chalet, swimming in the city pool, and tanning in the park. 

There's ton's of things to try, drink, eat, all weekend long. Here are a couple things that are a summer must-do that you can check out all this weekend.  Have fun!

Friday, June 22nd 

1. Head to Monkland Village for NDG premiere summer street festival

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Where: Monkland Avenue // Villa Maria Metro
When: June 22nd - 24th

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2. Need a light snack? Try Montreal's brand new and first-ever Japanese hot dog spot 

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Where: 368 Sainte-Catherine Ouest // Downtown
When: Open from 10am - 9pm

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3. Watch the sunset while doing yoga on the canal

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Where: 1744 Rue William // St-Henri
When: Friday, 7 - 8pm

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4. Head to Mont Royal for a unique outdoor arts fair 

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Where: Mont-Royal East Avenue
When: Friday, June 22nd 5 pm

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5. Visit Station F-MR for a quick weekend work session 

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Where: Allée des Barges // Griffintown
When: Opens at 11am

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Saturday, June 23rd

1. Head to Les Jardineries for a reoccurring event "Samedi au Jardin" every Saturday 

Where: 4115 avenues Pierre de Coubertin // Parc Olympic
When: Every Saturday until October 20th

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2. Head West and visit beautiful Saint-Anne-De-Bellevue for a drink on a waterfront terrasse

Where: St-Anne-De-Bellevue // West Island
When: Anytime!

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3. Treat yourself to a delicious and sweet ice cream snack at Pappa Roti 

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Where: PappaRoti // 370 Saint-Catherine Street West
When: Open Saturday's from 10am-10pm

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4. Try this trending coffee ice cream float at a cozy  Plateau cafe 

Where: Noble Cafe // 430 Laurier East // Plateau
When: Open on Saturday's from 8am-7pm

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5. Try one of Montreal's best lobster rolls 

Where: Lucille's Oyster Bar // 5669 Monkland Ave
When: Open from 5 - 11pm on Saturday's

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Sunday, June 24th

1. Head to Parc De La Savane for the one-and-only JERK FEST Montreal 

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Where: Parc De La Savanne //4700 Rue de la Savane
When: Sunday, June 24th

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2. Grab a Bixi For free this Sunday!

Where: Anywhere!
When: All Sunday

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3. Put on your best blue outfit and celebrate Saint-Jean downtown at Quartier Des Spectacles!

Where: Quartier Des Spectacles // Places Des Arts Metro // Downtown
When: Sunday, June 24th

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4. Kick back and watch the boats sail in and out at the clocktower beach in the Old Port

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Where: Quai De L'horloge // Old Port
When: Open until 9pm on Sunday's

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5. Participate in free evening yoga at Village Au Pied Du Courrant

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Where: 2100 rue Notre-Dame Est // Hochelaga
When: Sunday, 6-7pm

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