If you're walking along Boulevard Saint-Laurent this weekend and feel a wave of anger overcome you, don't fret. There's the perfect outlet for that pent-up rage. You can try axe throwing for free in Montreal right now, just in front of Parc des Amériques at Saint-Laurent and rue Rachel.
As part of the MURAL Festival, TNT Axe Throwing Montreal has set up a "mobile axe throwing trailer" where festival-goers can try their hand at axe throwing.
The mobile unit will be parked on Friday and Saturday from noon to 9 p.m. as well as on Sunday from noon to 8 p.m.
TNT Axe Throwing also has a permanent location in Saint-Henri where you can hurl axes any time you want — well, within operating hours. TNT calls it a "violently good time" on its website.
A session normally costs $22 per person and all axe-throwing lanes are private until further notice.
Free Axe Throwing On The Main
Courtesy of TNT Axe Throwing
When: August 20 and 21 from noon to 9 p.m. and August 22 from noon to 8 p.m.
Address: Boulevard Saint-Laurent & Rue Rachel (in front of Parc des Amériques)
Why You Need To Go: Pent-up range? Want to practice your aim? Looking for a good time? It's never been easier to try axe throwing!
The Greenhound Canada Foundation, an ecological advocacy group, will be hosting this free-to-attend market at Leaves House Café McGill from 10:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. starting on September 18.
This series of markets is "part of Greenhound Foundation's campaign to support mental wellness and community connectedness through plants and nature," according to a press release shared with MTL Blog.
The funds raised from the market will go towards supporting community projects and the development of a "healing garden" in Montreal.
The market this weekend will host creators such as Les Filles Plantées, Ivkaforest, MTL Creation Boutique, MTLA Studio, Soft Earth Forest Therapy, and desputeaux+aubin (creators of Caillou). There will be something for everyone!