Although the summer officially ends on September 21st, this weekend is the TRUE end of summer. After all, you're technically not allowed to wear white after labour day, and fashion is really what dictates the seasons.\nREAD ALSO: This Montreal Hospital Is Building A Giant Metal Band-Aid To Keep Bricks From Falling On People\nBut this article isn't about fashion, it's about all the awesome seasonal spots in Montreal that pop up temporarily for the summer and totally disappear in the winter.\nYou must take full advantage of these places while they are open because before you know it, they are gone for the winter.\nFor example, I recently wrote about the Canal Lounge "floating bar" that is only open until the first week of October.\nToday, I wanted to give all Montrealers a quick reminder that the famous Clock Tower beach will officially close its "doors" on September 2nd!\nView this post on Instagram Put your hands up 🙌🏼 I love my citay 🕺👯♀️💃🏻 #VIEWS #summersinthecity . . . . . #clocktower #skyscrapers #citybeach #yachts #☀️ #ferriswheel #quai #port #oldport #oldportmtl #mtl A post shared by Victoria McMillan (@3amskeptic) on Aug 31, 2018 at 7:03am PDT\nThat's right, this weekend is the last one you can go down to the old port and enjoy the views and sun at Clock Tower beach.\nIt's a great spot to escape to and take in the sun for a while. The best part, it costs only a toonie to get in. That's right, only 2$ cover. What a deal!\email@example.com via\nCheck out their official site here for more info!