According to the Facebook event, mothers who are accompanied by their daughters will get free access to the thermal baths, plus tons of free France Laure sample products for both you and your mom, provided you buy one regular-priced thermal bath experience for yourself.
And to cap off a perfect day? If you get yourself to Restaurant Sinclair (414 Saint-Sulpice) - a legit hop, skip, and step away from the spa - you get two free glasses of sangria with the purchase of brunch for you and your mom, if you present your spa invoice.
Archaeology museum Pointe-à-Callière is bringing its popular 18th-century market back to Old Montreal this year. The museum says its market occupies the same spot as the one first established by French settlers.
Once again at the Place Royale, craftspeople will be selling their wares and demonstrating colonial skills.
A Bombay spokesperson described the maze as a "large-scale [...] whimsical oasis" with walls that "cloak the discoverable experiences within."
The maze installations are being created by Quebec's Charlie Larouche (Glassware Artist), Jeroen Kleijn (DJ & Olfactory Artist) and Chantal Royer (Botanical Artist) who were inspired by the taste of Bombay Bramble, a new naturally-flavoured raspberry and blackberry gin.
The experience will be completely free, and anyone over the age of 18 can take part.
In addition to a Bombay Bramble sample, guests will leave with a signature Bombay Sapphire Balloon Glass that they can use to stir up fun drinks at home.
Hedge Maze at the Old Port
Bombay Sapphire Canada
When: August 6: 4 p.m.-8 p.m.; August 7 and 8: 1 p.m.-8 p.m.
Address: 430, boul. Saint-Laurent, Old Port, Montreal, QC
Why You Need To Go: Hedge mazes are fun, but even better when they're boozy.
Though the resort is in Quebec, you can still sip cocktails on sandy beaches, take a dip in multiple pools and tubs, and enjoy delicious food from three on-site restaurants — all while surrounded by three lakes and the gorgeous nature of the Laurentians.
While you're there, you can also explore the Laurentians through outdoor activities like paddleboarding, canoeing, kayaking, pedal boating and biking.
Motorboats are available for rent for an afternoon of cruising on Quebec waters, for groups of eight to 13 people.
The resort's Nordic thermal spa features hot tubs, a polar bath, a dry sauna, a "hammam" sauna and a barrel sauna on the lake. Two heated outdoor pools are available for resort-goers year-round.
Price: Varies — packages start at $159
Address: 39, blvd. Fridolin-Simard, Estérel, QC
Why You Need To Go: Outdoor activities, motorboat rentals, spa treatments and good food make Estérel resort your summer home away from home.
Swing By This Sandy Beach In The Middle Of Downtown
Where: Saint James United Church, 463, rue Sainte-Catherine O., Montreal, QC
When: June 4 to September 26, 2021
Why You Need To Go: Yes, you read that right — just outside Saint James United Church is the coolest sandy beach hangout, where you can even bring booze. It's the most relaxing place to chill in the middle of the downtown core.