Good news, everyone! It's almost time for cabane a sucre season, which is pretty much the best season in the whole city.
There's never a more awesome celebration of food and Quebec culture than during the sugaring off season. The only downside? It's kind of hard to have a traditional Quebecoise sugar shack experience in the heart of Montreal.
But one Verdun festival does an awesome job of making sure that you do.
The Cabane Panache Et Bois Rond festival takes place every year in Verdun, on the Promenade Wellington. This year it's taking place between the streets of De L'Eglise and Rielle, near metro De L'Eglise.
This festival is seriously awesome, guys. It's four days of live, traditional music, log-throwing, food tasting, and, of course, that sweet sweet maple syrup tire d’érable!
Oh, and personal note: having gone last year, I can say from experience that it was pretty much one of the most fun festivals I've been do in a long time.
Verdun's Cabane Panache Et Bois Rond festival is going down March 23 and 24 from 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM, and then March 25 - 26 from 11:00 AM - 5:00 PM.