20 Things You Can Do In Montreal This Thursday, Friday, Saturday, & Sunday

From Thursday, June 29th until Sunday, July 2nd.

Friday, June 30th- 2017:

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1.  Enjoy This Weekend And Go To Cacao 70's Chocolate Tour

Ever wondered how chocolate is made? Take a tour at Cacao 70's Chocolate Factory! Located at 1751 Richardson Street in Montreal, it has now opened its doors to the immense pleasure of chocolate lovers.

When: Fri, 30 June 2017 // 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM

Where: Cacao 70 Fabrique de Chocolat // 1751 Rue Richardson

Price: $15


2. Enjoy This Weekend And Go To Marché des Possibles

Marché des Possibles is a public open-air space featuring a free and diversified socio-cultural programming that includes musical performances, screenings of films and activities for children. On the premises, you will also find a bar and a bier garden , a market with artists and artisan creations, as well as delicious food provided by local chefs and pop-up restaurants.

When: June 23 to August 13

Where: Located at 5635 rue St-Dominique

Price: FREE 


3. Enjoy This Weekend And Go See Volta

"VOLTA tells a spellbinding story about the freedom to choose and the thrill of blazing your own trail. Inspired in part by the adventurous spirit that fuels the culture of action sports, the show weaves acrobatics in a visually striking world driven by a stirring melodic score."

When: Friday, June 30 

Where: Old Montreal

Price: Min. $40


4. Enjoy This Weekend And Go Try Free Yoga

If you love yoga and you happen to be on a budget, then check out Montreal's free yoga! Every Friday during the summer you can go to a free yoga class offered in English and for ALL levels.

When: Friday, June 23 // 6 PM-7 PM

Where: La Fontaine Park

Price: FREE!


5. Enjoy This Weekend And Go To Santropol

Have a "garden breakfast" from 8am-11pm at Cafe Santropol! You can enjoy a light breakfast in their backyard garden that will absolutely blow your mind away!

Where: 3990 Rue Saint-Urbain


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Emily D Emily is currently studying Art History at McGill, but art isn't her only passion! She is also a self-proclaimed cactus whisperer who loves flowers, crab cakes and trying new things.