Hello Montreal! Is it just me, or did January zip right by? I'm not complaining by any means, because when you look at the bright side, spring is only a few weeks away!\nBut before spring officially comes around, there are still a couple solid weeks of winter (sorry), but the good news is these are the last few weeks to fully embrace this winter wonderland before it literally melts away.\nREAD ALSO: Montreal Téo Taxi CEO Breaks His Silence But Expresses Little Remorse For The Hundreds Of Drivers That Just Lost Their Jobs\nTL;DR Below are listed 7 activities in which you can participate this coming weekend in Montreal.\nThat said, there's a ton of great city-wide food festivals to check out this weekend, such as La Poutine Week and Happening Gourmand. There are also two major family-oriented winter activity festivals going on, Fetes Des Neiges and Les Jeux D'hivers.\nIf you're more about the hibernation vibes, you can check out all the awesome original content coming out on Netflix this weekend.\nHave a great weekend Montreal, and happy February!\n1. Take advatage of the last weekend to attend Igloofest Montreal!\nWhere: Quai Jacques Cartier // Old PortWhen: January 17th – February 2nd\nView this post on Instagram Le parté le plus chaud de Montréal c’était ici, avec @diplo 🔥 - The hottest party in Montreal was here, with @diplo 🔥 📷 @waktr #IGLOOFEST A post shared by Igloofest (@igloofest_mtl) on Jan 18, 2019 at 9:55pm PST\nMore info\n2. Visit restaurants participating in La Poutine Week starting this weekend!\nWhere: Participating restaraunts (see more info)When: February 1st-7th\nView this post on Instagram 🍴Suggestion du Chef🍴⠀ Cette semaine, notre chef Jonathan vous suggère sa fameuse poutine Chuck Norris. Voilà : ça ne vous aura pris qu’une semaine pour mettre de côté vos résolutions santé 😉⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ #poutine #chucknorris #brasseurdemontreal #brasseurdemtl #montreal #montréal #griffintown #514 #514eats #narcitymontreal #mtlmoments #mtllife #mtleats #restomtl #foodporn #instafood #yummy #tastyfood #quebec #quebecfood #montrealfood #lovepoutine #bestfood #mangerlocal A post shared by Brasseur de Montréal (@brasseurmtl) on Jan 8, 2019 at 1:01pm PST\nMore info\n3. Book a table for the last weekend of Happening Gourmand, a city-wide food festival!\nWhere: Participating Restaurants (see more info)When: January 10th – February 3rd\nView this post on Instagram What restaurant have you tried recently? I had the chance to try a new restaurant called @brasserie701 for #HappeningGourmand and it was so good 😍😍 A post shared by Camille | 📍 Montreal (@eonnigiri) on Jan 16, 2019 at 9:33am PST\nMore info\n4. Check out the penultimate weekend of "Fête Des Neiges" at Parc Jean Drapeau\nWhere: Parc Jean Drapeau // Metro Jean DrapeauWhen: January 19 to February 10 // Saturdays & Sundays from 10am-5pm\n@rosiesokembedded via\nMore info\n5. Check out the FREE "Winter Games," an outdoor winter activity fest at the Olympic Parc of Montreal\nWhere: Parc olympique de Montréal // 4549 av Pierre-de-CoubertinWhen: Every Saturday & Sunday from January 26th until March 9th\nVia parcolympiquemontreal\nMore info\n6. Visit the Old Port's iconic Natrel skating rink this weekend\nWhere: Natrel Skating Rink // Old PortWhen: Saturday & Sunday // 10am-10pm\nView this post on Instagram Walking around the town on the last day of the year. Had to take some shots :) Goodbye 2018 , hope 2019 will be even better 😁 . . #goodbye2018 #2018 #montreal #mtl #oldport #icerink #outdoor #happynewyear #welcoming2019 #natrelskatingrink #natrel #outdoorskating A post shared by Danny Chiu (@chiubakas) on Dec 31, 2018 at 6:47pm PST\nMore info\n7. Hibernate and enjoy the most anticipated Netflix releases of the weekend, like Russian Doll\n@nanalyonneembedded via\nMore info\nHappy February!