Spring is somewhat her, summer is hopefully right around the corner, if you only have 20$ in your pocket there are still ways to live like a king/queen. This amount of money can take you far in life and in the city of Montreal there is an array of activities you can do with a little green bill.\n1. The Mowgli's (18.50$)\nLa Vitrola: 4602 Boul St-Laurent\nKind of Folk music-ish but that you definitely won't fall asleep to.\nListen\n2. The Bright Light Social Club (12$)\nQuai des Brumes: 4481 Rue Saint-Denis\nCheck Evenko regularly to see what kind of new bands there are coming to MTL and there's often good cheap tickets like this. This band is actually pretty cool.\nListen\nPhoto credo - Printemps Numérique\n3. Printemps Numérique (0-20$)\nThis is one of Montreal numerous festival, its theme is digital arts the events are all over the city and last until May. Shows include all kinds of electronic arts, installations, music, performance arts, and other many other types of exhibits.\nView schedule\n4. Impact League of Champions Finals (19$)\nMontreal impact are having finals on April 29th, always at the Olympic Stadium. The tickets are only 19$ for this game and usually they're a bit more expensive.\nView webpage\n5. Cabane à sucre (20$)\nThis is a Canadian must and a delicious stereotype. Maple syrup is the best when it's in your hair, on your gloves, your face and you steal people tickets for extra "tire".\n6. MacAllan's Pub Open Bar Saturday (15-20$)\n212 Dorval ave.\nThis is a typical West Island bar, it has an open bar special every Saturday from 10:30pm to 1:00am, ladies drink for 15$ and guys for 20$, either vodka, gin or rum. The kitchen stay open pretty late and it does get pretty full most Saturdays.\nView website\n7. Montreal History Center (6$)\nThis is a museum dedicated to our beautiful city located in the Old Port. It contains colonial exhibits up to the near past and present. Living in one of the first North American cities there is a very important and interesting history.\nSee webpage\n8. Afternoon Tea Time at The Ritz (20$)\n1228 Rue Sherbrooke O\nThis is more of a girly activity, you can dress up wear a cute pastel outfit with your hair up and some pearls and go have some tea and order one of these beautiful little platters. Obviously the Ritz sounds expezzy but you can pull it off for 20$ a pop, a sandwich plate is around 15$ and the the tea is free.\nSee menu\nPhoto cred - Lucie\n9. Butterflies go free (19.25$)\nBotanical Gardens: 4101 Rue Sherbrooke E\nSpring has sprung and the butterflies are emerging from their cocoons. This exhibit is held in the main green room of the botanical gardens, the butterflies roam throughout the the room and greenery.\nView webpage\n10. Game on (21$)\nMontreal Science Center: 2 Rue de la commune\nYes this one is 21$, but it is worth it, this is an exhibit taking its audience through the history of video games; "From atari to Xbox" and the gaming industry's impact on pop culture. It will be show for all video game addicts and what's more there is over 100 games and consoles open for gaming at the exhibition.\nView webpage\n11. The Big Fashion Sale by Quebec Designers\nMarché Bonsecours: 350 Rue St-Paul\nApril 16th to the 29th is the time to support fashion designers from all around the province. There are sales range from 50% to 80% off; usually local designers merchandise is very expensive (especially if it's made her #noSweatShops) so this sale is a good opportunity to encourage local enterprise.\nView webpage\nPhoto cred - Colette\n12. Jerusalem 3D (13$)\nImax Theater: 2 Rue de la commune O\nThis movie has won the Giant Screen Cinema Association award for best cinematography. This 3D movie is a tour through the historic city with a deeper view of its people's lives and all the stories within.\nSee Webpage\nPhoto cred - Cb_p\n13. Pints & rail drinks (7$)\nTyphoon Lounge: 5752 Monkland av.\nThis bar is in the NDG area and in the evenings it's not too busy so out on the street so the even though the terrace is right on the sidewalk it won't be full of traffic; it's a nice relax place to go for a low key night out.\nPhoto cred - Audrey\n14. Lunch Venti Osteria (18$)\n372 Rue St-Paul O\nLunch at this beautiful restaurant is only 18$ for the 2 course special which the appetizer and main dish. They don't only serve italian food but their fresh pasta is a specialty, everything is beautifully presented and reservations are necessary.\nSee lunch menu\n15. Comedy nest (15$)\n2313 St-Catherine W.\nthe most expensive entry cost is 15$ Saturdays, other than that their amateur nights are only 5$. The bar is reasonably priced and its always nice to have a laugh any day of the week.\nWebsite\n16. Kings of Egypt (18$)\nPalais des congrès: 1001 Place Jean-Paul-Riopelle\nThis is an exhibit open from April 3rd to June 24th presented by the Egypt Art Center. It is divided into two section "King Tut: boy king" and "Post Ancient Egypt" and also includes archeological history. Check out the website it looks really great!\nWebsite\n17. Secret Sun (10$)\nBar Le ritz: 179 Jean-Talon-Ouest\nFor more good concert deals visit justshows.com.\nListen\n18. CaliforniaX/Big Dick/Sigh Down One (15$)\nBar Le ritz: 179 Jean-Talon-Ouest\nApril 24th, Three bands for the price of one. OMG very nice!\nListen\nPhoto cred - Free People\n19. Go buy some records at Sound Central (20$)\n4486 Avenue Coloniale\nYes, this is a very hipster thing to do, but it's still fun and brings one back to a better time. Most record stores sell used albums and if they're not a collector's item then you can usually find them for a couple dollars.\nSee website\nSpend some quality time with someone who needs it (priceless)\nAnywhere, anytime.\nLet's say you haven't seen your grandmother in a while or you have a friend going through a tough time, call them up and be sincerely interested in seeing them. Do something they enjoy, even though it might not be your favourite and call it a good deed for the month.