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Flower children, your time has come. Tulipes.ca's self-pick tulip fields in Laval and Boucherville opened on May 13 for the 2022 season. 600,000 flowers will be up for grabs at each location, serving as the colourful backdrop for countless Insta photoshoots.

According to a Tulipes.ca social media post, the flowers are in full bloom as of May 15

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Skiing and snowboarding can be expensive, time-consuming pastimes: It can be hard to carve out the time to practice new tricks and monthly passes can be costly. Luckily, Laval has is opening a new snowpark on Saturday – and the best part is, it's totally free.

The snowpark will be open every day from 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m starting Saturday, January 22. Skiers and snowboarders must make free reservations in advance on the Laval website for two-hour time slots. Keep in mind that reservations might be cancelled in the event of bad weather.

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The fate of humanity rests in your hands — well, at least if you sign up to play Rain Corp., a recent escape room game added to the roster at Escaparium's Laval location, which bills itself as one of the biggest escape room games in Canada.

The sprawling 2,500-square-foot room allows you to fully immerse yourself in gameplay and completely escape from reality while you race to solve puzzles and find clues, almost as if you were a character in a dystopian sci-fi film.

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With snowflakes falling from the sky and Christmas music blasting on every radio station, it's a good sign that the holiday season is here! Another good indicator is that Laval's Christmas village, the Marché de Noël de Laval, is on its way back, after a pandemic break, in a magical setting.

The event, which is being held at Laval's Centre de la nature, will begin on the first Friday of December and will run for two weekends only, on the weekends of December 3 to 5 and December 10 to 12, 2021.

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Canada's own pop-punk queen, Avril Lavigne, is coming to the Montreal area in the new year — which, as a reminder, is 2022 and not 2002 despite how this concert may make you feel. This show is actually happening right in time for the 20th anniversary of Lavigne's debut hit album, Let Go.

Lavigne plans to play at Place Bell in Laval on May 7 as part of her Bite Me Canada 2022 tour — her first Canadian tour in over 10 years, according to an evenko press release. And she's bringing special guests grandson and Mod Sun along with her.

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Illumi is back in Laval in 2021 for its third edition. The massive festival promises to be bigger than ever this time around, with 25 million lights and 14 new worlds to explore.

Just like in 2020, there will also be a special Halloween event with "monsters, ghosts, witches" and "thousands of pumpkins" lining the way through the festival grounds as classic horror movie soundtracks play in the background, according to a press release.

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We're days away from the official start of fall, which means it's pumpkin patch season in Montreal — and you're definitely going to want to add Ferme Marineau to your autumn bucket list.

This Laval farm has a pumpkin patch with around 50,000 pumpkins that you can pick — each more impressive than the last! You'll even get access to a wheelbarrow to help you transport your pumpkin so don't be afraid to go big.

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Are you afraid of the dark? Because this giant corn maze outside Montreal is not for the faint of heart.

The night labyrinth at La Ferme Forget in Laval, which is just a 40-minute drive from downtown Montreal, has reopened for the 2021 season and it's as spooky as ever.

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Summer is in full swing in the Greater Montreal area as life slowly begins to feel a little more normal. If you're looking for something a little different than La Ronde, this is your chance to try out the Fun Show Amusement Fair, a summer carnival in Laval, that will be held at the Centropolis from July 15 to August 8.

Anyone who visits the fair is sure to have a vibrant, colourful evening — just like the ones you had when you were a kid.

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Summer weather has reached Quebec extra early this year, which means we're all looking for fun activities to do on sunny days. And spending time floating away on one of Top Dopico's BBQ Donuts is something that definitely needs to be added to your summertime bucket list.

This company lets you rent inflatable tubes and hang out on the water in groups of two to eight people, according to the website.

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The holidays are around the corner, which means Christmas markets are in full force. Even better, Lucille's in Laval has decided to join the holiday festivities with a market of its own.

Not only will there be a food truck serving some of the eatery's delicious dishes but there will be a ton of things to discover every Saturday and Sunday from now until December 20, from 12 p.m. until 9 p.m.

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Spooky season is here and, surprisingly, shaping up to be pretty spectacular. Multiple popular events have announced their return for the 2020 season. Others, like Laval's sprawling Illumi village of lights, are presenting special Halloween editions.

The festive holiday event is turning ghoulish for a special fall display from the beginning of October until the beginning of November,* when the Halloween exhibit will be converted back into a winter wonderland.

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