If you saw part 1 of our round-up of the most Instagrammed spots in Montréal and wondered why some of your favourite places were not on the list, fear not: part 2 of our series serves up ten more photogenic spots for capturing amazing #MTLmoments. Do you have a place to recommend? Drop us a line. Biosphere Hotspot: There are lots of great views of the Biosphere from Chemin Tour-de-l’Isle on Île Sainte-Hélène. Just hop the metro to the Parc Jean-Drapeau station and start strolling along the paths for a vantage point that sparks your inspiration. The Biosphere is a geodesic dome designed by architect Buckminster Fuller as the pavilion of the United States for the 1967 World Fair, Expo 67, and is now the only environment museum in North America. Parc Jean-Drapeau – Biosphère ♻️🐝 #montreal #biosphere A photo posted by Armelle G. (@armelle18) on Jun 15, 2016 at 11:02am PDT Nearby: Once you are at Parc Jean-Drapeau there are tons of things to see and do nearby: the aquatic complex, Jean-Doré Beach, the Casino de Montréal the former French Pavillion, plus, if your timing is right, you can take in music festivals and happenings like Piknic Électronik, Osheaga and Heavy… / Read More →
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Aires Libres is an annual public art event that unfolds from May to September on the pedestrian-only section of Sainte-Catherine Street East between Saint-Hubert and Papineau Streets. For the second consecutive year, a program of films focused on women will be screened this summer at Parc de l’Espoir (Hope Park). Job: Executive Assistant to the Executive Director and Membership Coordinator, Le Village Why did you decide to include outdoor movie nights in the Aires Libres program? The idea behind Aires Libres—bringing culture to street level—is for pedestrians take hold of the public space and collectively enjoy all sorts of experiences through art and entertainment. Outdoor screenings are rooted in this idea since people head to the park in droves to enjoy all that cinema has to offer. As soon as the screening begins, they embark upon a journey of emotions that they can share with the crowd. Why a program focused on women? Most gay neighbourhoods worldwide address men exclusively. Montréal’s Gay Village has always seen the value in the diversity of the LGBTQ community—with all its letters—and invites women to occupy their own place in the neighbourhood. Also, the partnership with Lez Spread The Word, which connects an impressive… / Read More →
After gaining international attention, Les Boules Roses are returning to Montreal’s Gay Village for the 2013 edition of Aires Libres…
Every summer, the Gay Village is blessed from May 17 until September 3 with Aires Libres, the car-free, pedestrian-only, patio-filled stretch of Saint-Catherine street. The 2012 Aires Libres carries over “Les Boules Roses” from last year.