A permanent exhibition recounting over 200 years of the history of the old village of Sault-au-Récollet.
The hat: a must-have accessory reflecting Québec’s fashion sensibility between 1920 and 1970.
A fusion of theater, music, and singing, Le Chant de Sainte Carmen de la Main embraces, at once, the everyday and the mythic, and darkness and light.
The performers in this knockabout comedy will entertain with their wild shenanigans using acrobatics, song, mime and the imaginative use of masks.
Discover tea’s historical, cultural, and economic importance, from its inception in China to its widespread use in Asia, the Middle East, and Europe.
This group exhibition stems from a sculpture from the Musée de Lachine's collection titled Baat, created by Liliana Berezowsky in 1989.
Artists of Asian origins and works of Asian inspirations are assembled for the 13th edition of this festival.
Performing in Montréal.
Every Sunday, this free, unofficial festival takes place in the surrounding vast green spaces of Mount Royal Park.
Inspired by the incredible vision of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, this is quintessential Sherlock Holmes.
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