Art Souterrain celebrates the uniqueness of Montreal's underground city through art exhibits. This year's theme is (appropriatley) fun, and in addition to art exhibits, they've got some super fun events that you can attend.
Which, I don't know about you guys, but I find to be pretty freaking amazing. Spring is one of my top two favourite seasons... also, I think we can all agree that the sunshine, lack of snow, and mild temperatures are all serious plusses.
One of the best things about spring, though? All the spring/summer activities that come back into our lives, like biking (without worrying about ice and slush), hiking, and, of course, gorging yourself on as much ice cream as you can possibly fit in your mouth.
And one West Island ice cream merchant seems to agree.
Baskin Robbins on Kirkland (2752 Boulevard Saint-Charles) will be celebrating the gorgeous weather on March 4, 2017, by offering up small ice cream cones for 31 (or 30, since we don't do pennies anymore) cents each.
The Je T'Aime En Chocolat chocolate festival will be taking place on the 10, 11, and 12 of February, and not only will it offer a brief respite from the chocolate-less grind of everyday life, but there'll also be some super cool activities to check out, too!
1. Check out the latest edition of the chocolate fashion show.
At last year's event, there were tons of super cool events taking place, like chocolate painting and temporary chocolate art expos. Although this year's surprises are yet to be unveiled, you can bet they'll be incredibly cool, too!
Sounds like the most fun you can have with chocolate? Then check out the official website for more information.
Okay, yes, the heat, the sun, the good vibes and the fun festivals are pretty neat, too. But food trucks are awesome, and the fact that they come out in droves during the summer in Montreal is just the cherry on top.
And if you've been missing your fix of food truck festivals, then I've got some great news for you.
Montreal's Olympic Stadium is opening up their Village Mammouth on Friday, December 9, which is basically a huge winter wonderland (complete with skating rink!) at the Olympic Stadium's Esplanade Financière Sun Life (4139 Pierre-de Coubertin Ave).
I could eat cheese as my main meal for breakfast, brunch, lunch, and dinner - and still not get sick of it. Which is why I'm so, so excited about the Festival Of Our Cheeses taking place in the city super soon.
Coming back for its 11th year, this event will feature Quebec cheese makers, classic and new Quebec cheeses, and - the best part - a huge variety of wine and beers, so you can taste cheese the way it was meant to be tasted.