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

From Thursday, September 7th until Sunday, September 10th.
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, September 7th until Sunday, September 10th! It's officially September and everyone has sadly started school by now!  So, to make up for the shitty weather and school starting lets enjoy the festivities in Montreal that are coming to an end this summer 2017.

READ ALSO: 38 Free Things You Gotta Do This September 2017 In Montreal

Let's start to celebrate the beginning of September by enjoying all the insane things you can do this weekend! On the plus side, most activities are even free this week! Rain or shine, this weekend will be A1 and a goodbye to August but a hello to September. 

For Thursday, September 7th- 2017 Click "NEXT"

Thursday, September 7th- 2017 :

1.Enjoy This Weekend And Go To Quartiers Danses

via @festivalquartiersdanses

If you love dancing and seeing shows, then be sure to go to one of the Quartiers Danses performances in Montreal September 7th through September 17th, 2017. There will be a variety of showings that feature performances by local, national and international artists.

When: From September 7th through September 17th

Where: Various Locations

Price: FREE!

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2. Enjoy This Weekend And Go To Montreal's All-New "Asian Noodle" Bar

via @cafenekomtl

This new spot just opened up at the beginning of the summer and it looks seriously amazing! It's called Cafe Neko and it's located at 3717 St Urbain St in the Plateau area.

Where: 3717 St Urbain St

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3. Enjoy This Weekend And Go Get "Pies On A Stick" In Montreal

via @nicolehoa

These amazing creations are mini pies on a stick!! They're available at Montreal's best spot for all things pie, Rustique Pies in Saint Henri area. They make these awesome desserts called 'Lollipies' in flavours like apple, strawberry, raspberry, blueberry and so much more!

Where:Rustique Pies

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4. Enjoy This Weekend And Go To The Insane 'Treetop Trail' Near Montreal

via @sahana25

The treetop trail is called Wild Walk and it was created by Wild Center, a not-for-profit organization that offers visitors the chance to explore the Adirondacks (located in upstate New York) from a whole new perspective. The Wild Walk is an elevated trail that mounts 30 feet above ground level, and thus offering the most spectacular views of the Adirondack mountains.

Where:Tupper Lake, New York

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5.Enjoy This Weekend And Go Get 'Lobster Cones' In Montreal

via @carolyne_h

If you happen to just ADORE lobster, then this "lobster cone" will complete your life! It is exploding all over Montreal and you might say that it's more popular than the doughnut ice cream cones! Some call it a lobster horn , but when I read the name "lobster cone" my mind was blown as summer flashed before my eyes.

Where: Gaspésie Food Truck

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For Friday, September 8th- 2017, Click "NEXT"

Friday, September 8th- 2017:

1. Enjoy This Weekend And Go To The Montreal In-Water Boat Show

via @salondubateaumontreal

BOATS. BOATS. BOATS! Yes the Montreal In-Water Boat Show is free and runs September 8th to September 10th this year. The Montreal In-Water Boat Show is the only such show in the Province of Quebec which allow visitors to examine, visit and have free demo rides of the boat shown in the water.

When: From September 8th to September 10th

Where: Old Port of Montreal, in the Jacques-Cartier basin

Price: FREE!

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2. Enjoy This Weekend And Go To Quebec's Biggest "Tattoo Festival”

Image may contain: textVia Montreal Art Tattoo Show

Tattoos are honestly amazingpieces of art and we Montrealers are lucky enough to be hosting Quebec's biggest tattoo festival! The Art Tattoo Show Montreal will be taking place this summer downtown and it looks LIT AF! You can expect nothing but a huge event filled with diverse tattoo artists, great purchases to make, and an overall fabulous ambiance considering that this is the 15th edition!

When: September 8-9-10!

Where: Gare Windsor

Price: $20

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3. Enjoy This Weekend And Go To Ukrainian Festival

via @katia_kateriina

Held September 8th to September 10th, is Montreal's Ukrainian Festival at Parc Beaubien.

When: September 8th to September 10th

Where: Parc Beaubien

Price: FREE!

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

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 'Gluten Free & Vegan' Cafe

via @kleineshoppe

Kleine Shoppe is a brand cafe (first opening in May 2017) in Montreal that also acts as a bakery with gluten free dessert and even some vegan options. They are located on 3027 Notre Dame West which is just minutes away from Lionel metro.

Where: 3027 Notre Dame West

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For Saturday, September 9th- 2017, Click "NEXT"

Saturday, September 9th- 2017:

1. Enjoy This Weekend And Go To The OUMF Festival

via @oumfmtl

From September 6th through September 9th, you can join the OUMF festival for some free concerts, exhibitions, streets performances and more! For its 7​th Edition, ​OUMF ​is bringing the block party back to its roots, with ​3 stages programmed by ​M for Montréal, ​a big comedy show and tons of street activities.

When: From September 6th through September 9th

Where: Various Locations ( Main location Quartier latin)

Price: FREE!

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2. Enjoy This Weekend And Go To Quebec National Parks Day 

via @a.lbrg_xplr

Did someone say free access to 24 of Quebec's provincial parks? UH YES! Celebrate Quebec National Parks Dayby skipping out on admissions fees.

When: Saturday, September 9, 2017

Where: 24 National Parks

Price: FREE!

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3. Enjoy This Weekend And Go To Villa Paradizo 

via @villaparadizo

Montreal's free outdoor EDM festival runs this year, as always, on Cresent Street from from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. on both September 8th and September 9th.

When: September 8th and September 9th

Where: Cresent Street

Price: FREE!

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4. Enjoy This Weekend And Go To The Ancient Future Festival

Well, it's the 3rd edition of the Ancient Future Festival by La Bacchanale! They feature both local and international artists and this year is going to be LIT since the master of electro Fritz Kalkbrenner from Berlin is on the line-up!

When: September 8 and 9, 2017

Where: Quai de l'Horloge and at Hangar 16 in the Old Port

Price: $28 for the day or $55 both

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5. Enjoy This Weekend And Go To Fire Fit Bootcamp

Via Fire Fit Bootcamp

@firefitbootcamp_ will be hosting a boot camp to raise funds for the Victims of Hurricane Harvey. Come work hard, and give back to the people of Houston. All proceeds will be donated to the victims of this disaster.

When: Saturday September 9, 11:00am

Price: Cost for the boot camp is your donation

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For Sunday, September 10th- 2017, Click "NEXT"

Sunday, September 10th- 2017 :

1. Enjoy This Weekend And Go To Quebec's Largest "Farmers Market"

via @francaisaucanada

If you love corn and fresh foods, then be sure to check out Quebec's Largest "Farmers Market" hosted at the Olympic stadium on September 10, ​2017 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. There is truly something for everyone at this farmers market whether it be seeing the animals, buying flowers, or eating some delicious natural food.

When: September 10, ​2017 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m

Where: Esplanade Financière Sun Life

Price: FREE!

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2. Enjoy This Weekend And Go Art by the Lake

via @daniwilliamsillustration

Art and a lake side view is a perfect pair and you can participate at Monttreal's Art by the Lake held on the waterside grounds of Stewart Hall from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on both September 9th and September 10th.

When: September 9th and September 10th from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Where: Stewart Hall

Price: FREE!

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3. Enjoy This Weekend And Go To Montreal Photo Month

via @momentabiennale

Also known as Momenta, the Montreal Photo Month is something you won't want to miss! MOMENTA is a leading international biennale dedicated to the image. Since its beginnings in 1989, MOMENTA produces a unique and exciting opportunity to discover the latest trends in photography, video and lens-based art. For each edition, a guest curator proposes a theme to explore and selects roughly 20 to 40 artists whose works are presented in 15 venues across Montréal.

When: September 7 to October 15, 2017

Where: Parc Jean-Drapeau

Price: FREE!

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4. Enjoy This Weekend And Go To The Oyster Festival

via @mel.sau

Montreal's Oysterfest is goingto take place on September 10th from 12-10pm at Gare Viger in the Old Port! This festival started all the way back in 2009 and has grown to become a celebrated and anticipated end of summer event in the city.

Where: Gare Viger

When: September 10th from 12-10pm

Price: 25 for general admission to $300 for VIP tickets!

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5. Enjoy This Weekend And Go To Piknic Electronik

via @justine_lariviere

Piknic Electronik is a great way to end a fabulous weekend! You can enjoy drinks, electro music, food, and a chill AF ambiance with you BFFs while soaking in the sun.

When: Sunday, September 10th- 2017 // 2 PM - 9:30 PM

Where: Parc Jean-Drapeau

Price: $15

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