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

From Thursday, October 5th, until Sunday, October 8th.
20 Things You Can Do In Montreal This Thursday, Friday, Saturday, & Sunday

Down below is a list that composes of great activities you can do this weekend from Thursday, October 5th, until Sunday, October 8th! It's FINALLY October and the cool crisp fall weather is among us calling for some apple picking and pumpkin spice lattes!

READ ALSO: 20 Places To Bring Someone Who Has Never Been To Montreal

 So, instead of studying let's enjoy this fall weather and start October with a spectacular weekend! On the plus side, most activities are even free this week, so let's take a break from school and get outside for some pumpkin fun.

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Thursday, October 5th - 2017:

1.Enjoy This Weekend And Go To Off Jazz Festival

via @festivaljazzoff

This year marks the 18th edition of the Off Jazz Festival taking Montreal by storm this weekend. You can enjoy some sweet jazz tunes from a variety of local and international musicians that will blow your mind.

Where: Various Locations

When: October 5th-October 16th

Price: $12-$35, free between 5-7PM

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2. Enjoy This Weekend And Go To The Cheese Festival

via @redkeeks

This cheese festival (called C'est Cheese Festival) is going to feature all of our cheesy favourites including tons of creamy Mac n' Cheese, ooey gooey grilled cheese, and melty pizzas! Not only will this event include all the cheesy goodness you're craving but it's also a game festival where you can challenge your friends to all the classics like giant Jenga, mini-put, video games, ping pong and more!

Where: Les Jardinieres

When: October 5th and October 12th

Price: FREE!

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3. Enjoy This Weekend And Go To The Most Beautiful Apple Orchard In All Of Quebec

via @kimberleypp

Les Vergers Lafrance located in Saint-Joseph-du-Lac, in the Lower Laurentians is known for their beautiful apple orchards and spectacular homemade treats that you can purchase.

Where:1473 Chemin Principal, Saint-Joseph-du-Lac

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4. Enjoy This Weekend And Go Get "Light Bulb Smoothies"

via @_ash_banks_

Ashley's Health Bar just opened upin NDG and it's already killing it with their amazing vegan and vegetarian meals, home brewed ice teas, gorgeous restaurant space and these super cute light bulb smoothies! You can get tons of awesome smoothie flavours like strawberry, kiwi, watermelon and more!

Where:5942 Sherbrooke St W

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5.Enjoy This Weekend And Go To Montreal's "Indian Snack Bar"

via @tastet.ca

Le Super Qualité is located in Montreal's Little Italy area. and they offer amazing meals AND yummy cocktails! Their food is the best quality that there is in this city! They serve a different Thali dish every week in either non-veggie or veggie options.

Where: 1211 Rue Bélanger

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For Friday, October 6th - 2017, Click "NEXT"

Friday, October 6th - 2017:

1. Enjoy This Weekend And Go To First Fridays

via @rafov_74

The largest street food festival in ALL of Canada will be happening this October on the first Friday of the month which happens to be this October 6th! However, this is the final edition of Les Premiers Vendredis for the entire season. They feature the best food trucks from Montreal and all over Quebec that serve up some crazy good foods!

When: Friday, October 6th from 4PM-11PM

Where: Olympic park

Price: FREE!

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2. Enjoy This Weekend And Go To Festival du Nouveau Cinéma

via @beatrixabreu

The Festival du nouveau cinéma is a showcase for cinema of all types, from offbeat, one-of-a-kind niche works to crowd-pleasers to daringly innovative big events! This year marks the 46th edition so you can expect nothing less than a fabulous time.

When: October 4th to 15th

Where: Various Locations

Price: Various

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3. Enjoy This Weekend And Go To Montreal's Biodome And Botanical Special Halloween Events

via @jaden_ch

The Montreal Botanical gardens is hosting The Great Pumpkin Ball where the gorgeous gardens will be teaming with hundreds of pumpkins and gourds. There will also be a pumpkin decorating contest, a monsters courtyard and so much more! While the Biodome and Insectarium have their own amazing events!

When: From October 6th-31st

Where:Insectarium

Price: General Admission (15$)

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4. Enjoy This Weekend And Go To The Fourth Week Of The Garden Of Lights

via @hessamamini25

The Chinese Gardens have been renovated and the new dragon theme has been revealed and now you'll finally have your chance to walk through the enchanted paths.

When: September 8 to October 31, 2017

Where: Montreal Botanical Garden

Price: $15

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5. Enjoy This Weekend And Go To Montreal's All-New "Mini Cheesecake Bar"

via @maddykatelier

Le Cheesecake Bar is located in Laval mini cheese cakes that will blow your mind! They make all kinds of ridiculously amazing flavourslike lemon meringue, cannoli topped cheesecake, key lime cheesecake, red velvet cheesecake, profiterole topped cheesecake, Nutella cheesecake and sooo many more!

Where: 274 Boulevard Sainte-Rose

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Saturday, October 7th - 2017 :

1. Enjoy This Weekend And Go To ParticipACTION 150 PlayList

via @participaction

Celebrate Canada’s 150th with 150 events this Saturday! Everyone from the Greater Montreal area are invited to check off more than 30 different sports and physical activities from their 150 Play List during the day. This is fun for everyone!

When: October 7, 2017, 10:30 am to 4:30 pm

Where: Outdoor area of the Uniprix Stadium

Price: FREE!

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2. Enjoy This Weekend And Go To The 1 Day MTL Bikini Warehouse Sale

via @angelx.swim

If you love bikinis then you absolutely MUST check out Montreal's insane 1 day Bikini Warehouse Sale! ALL NEOPRENE BIKINI'S WILL BE UP TO 64% OFF in all models and sizes from www.angelx.ca!

When: Sat, 7 October 2017, 12:00 PM – 5:30 PM

Where: 4035 Rue Saint-Ambroise, Loft

Price: Free entrance but must register!

Register now!

3. Enjoy This Weekend And Go To Yoga for Mexico

via @andrewbathory

This is a Vinyasa yoga class to raise funds for people in Mexico who were left with almost nothing after the earthquake. This is a Vinyasa yoga class to raise funds for people in Mexico who were left with almost nothing after the earthquake.

When: Saturday at 2 PM - 3:30 PM

Where:Ashtanga Yoga Montreal

Sugested Donation: $10

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4. Enjoy This Weekend And Go To Montreal's "Indoor Garden" Themed Restaurant 

via @pascaltremblay1977

Maggie Oakes is a unique restaurant located in Old Montreal that has a huge herb wall that they actually right in front of your eyes. They serve super scrumptious dishes like giant steaks, creamy gnocchi, charcuterie plates, huge plates of oysters, yummy lobster rolls and tons of sweet desserts!

Where: 426 Place Jacques-Cartier

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5. Enjoy This Weekend And Go Pumpkin Picking

via @gillanking

Ah yes, fall is here and you know what that means… Halloween and pumpkin carvings are just around the corner. Pumpkin picking has to be one of the best things about fall so be sure not to miss out! The list below composes of some of the closest and the best pumpkin farms in Montreal!

Where: Various

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Sunday, October 8th - 2017 :

1. Enjoy This Weekend And Go To LUMINO CITY 2017

via @luminocity2017

The Black & Blue Main Event will be having a special edition as it's 26th edition for Montreal's 375th birthday! This year will feature some of the hottest local and international DJs that will make you go crazy as a party of the BBCM Foundation. However, all those attending must be 18 and over.

When: Sunday, October 8, 10 p.m. to 10 a.m.

Where: Amphitheatre Pierre-Charbonneau, 3000 rue Viau

Price: Various

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2. Enjoy This Weekend And Go Rock Climbing

via @allezupmtl

Head on down to Allez up for a rock climbing adventure with your sporty friend from out of town! This is a perfect activity for those athletic tourists since Allez Up has have walk-ins every Sunday from 1-5PM!

Where: 1555 Rue St-Patrick

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3. Enjoy This Weekend And Go Get "Korean Seafood Poutines"

via @allthingsmontreal

GaNaDaRa has becomea very popular restaurant in Montreal thanks to their classic Korean food with a modern flare. They have a killer menu chalk full of fun dishes that is 514% worth the wait! Their Korean styled poutine is a mix of seafood, noodles, fries, beef, and chicken that pairs perfectly with their chill vibes.

Where: 1862 Boul. de Maisonneuve

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4. Enjoy This Weekend And Go Get "S'mores Cupcakes"

via @feedmemontreal

Café Ferlucci has changed the cupcake game in Montreal with their mouthwatering s'more cupcakes. Located just steps away from Jean Talon metro, you can pick up some s'mores cupcakes at the drop of a hat!

Where: 432 Rue de Castelnau E

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5. Enjoy This Weekend And Go To Atwater Market
via @toriwuorinen

Enjoy the fall flowersand even some pumpkins at Atwater Market this weekend! Not only can you pick up some flowers and fall decor, but you can also munch on some fresh and delicious food!

Where: 138 Atwater Ave

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