30 Free Things To Do This September 2014 In Montreal
Hello fall, we meet again.
Photo cred – Cuisine De Rue Montréal
September is upon us, which for some is a cruel reminder that summer has come to term, but don’t listen to those haters! Just because September officially marks the end of our precious summer, it doesn't mean there isn't still plenty to do around the city. And for FREE!
First Fridays + YUL-EAT Destination Gourmande: Montreal street food at its best! September 5-6 @ Olympic Park Esplanade (map). Get more info
Villa Paradizo: Montreal’s first free EDM festival! September 5-6 @ Crescent Street (map). Info
St. Denis Sidewalk Sale: September 5-7 @ St. Denis, from Gilford to Roy (map).
Monk Sidewalk Sale: September 10-14 @ Monk, from St. Patrick and Allard (map).
Hunt Down the Red Ball Project: Through September 6. Info and locations
Corn on the Cob Festival: September 6 @ Longueil Farmer’s Market (map). More info
Portes Ouvertes sur les Fermes du Quebec: Horticultural festival including free activities such as corn shucking, petting zoo & more! September 7 @ Parc Jean-Drapeau (map).
Hike up to Summit Park: Take in some fall colours and free exercise to boot! (map)
Take a Self-Guided Walking Tour: Can’t go wrong with this interactive map of Old Montreal.
Tango in the Park: Tango Libre offers free tango lessons in either Verdun or at Parc Sir Wilfrid Laurier. Get the details here
Montreal Tam Tams: Squeeze in as much as you can because it’ll be gone before you know it.
YMCA Free Workouts: Free membership in exchange for your time: volunteering will give you free access to their facilities. Cause gyms are expensive.
Go For a Bike Ride: Check out our route suggestions.
Canadian Centre for Architecture: Free on Thursdays after 5:30 p.m.
Verdun Greenhouses: Free dancing and socializing. Schedule here
Montreal’s Park(ing) Day: Creative re-purposing of numerous parking spots in the city September 19! More info
Mercedes-Benz Car Festival: September 20 @ Orange Julep (map). Get the details
Visit Montreal’s Fountain House: Free art installation at Esplanade Clark (corner Clark/St-Catherine). More details
Journées de la Culture: A multitude of unique activities ranging from circus arts, visual arts, music, theater, & more! September 26-28. Get the details here
Bonus* Bar Bifteck: Can you say Free Popcorn!
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