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8 Things To Do In Montreal This Friday, Saturday and Sunday

St Patrick's Day Weekend!🍀🍻
8 Things To Do In Montreal This Friday, Saturday and Sunday

Another long week is winding down, so it is now time to start daydreaming about your weekend plans. I've got some great news for you: it's going to be a great weekend. It's going to be warm and sunny, and St Patrick's day parties mean that there will be things to do allll weekend long.

Here's a list of the best events happening around Montreal this weekend. Have fun, and enjoy the sunshine!

READ ALSO: Montreal Traffic Is Going To Be An Absolute Disaster This Weekend

TL;DR Below is a list of some of the best events happening around Montreal this week. Check it out!

Attend a Dance Party in the Plateau

Where: Quai des Brumes, 4481 rue St-Denis

When: Friday, March 15, 9-12

Check it out here!

March For Climate Change

Where: Monument à George-Étienne Cartier

When: Friday, March 15, 1-4 p.m.

Check it out here!

Drink And Celebrate On Saint Patrick's Day

Where: All around the island!

When: All weekend long. Check out this article for a list of events (including the St. Patrick's Day Parade) and this article for an awesome party crawl map.

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Unearth Treasures At A Vintage Bazaar

Where: Eglise St-Enfant-Jésus

When: Saturday, March 16

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Satisfy Your Sweet Tooth At A Cabane à Sucre

Where: This article has a list of the best sugar shacks you can visit this weekend!

When: All weekend long.

Check them out here!

Get In Shape With A Zumba Class

Where: Lolë Ste-Catherine, 954 Ste-Catherine Ouest

When: Saturday, March 16, 10-10:45.

Check it out here!

Dance All Night At Newspeak

Where: Newspeak, 1403 Sainte Élisabeth

When: Saturday, March 16.

Check it out here!

Check Out Some Underground Art

Where: Montreal's Underground City

When: Sunday, March 17.

Check it out here!

Have a great weekend, Montreal!

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