La RENCONTRE, tisser des liens, bâtir des ponts
It is under the theme La RENCONTRE, tisser des liens, bâtir des ponts that the 23rd Journées de la culture will take place on September 27, 28 and 29, during which the City of Mont-Tremblant offers several activities.
Friday, September 27, 5 pm to 7 pm | Council Room - City Hall
A meeting with Valérie Ivy Hamelin on the theme Come and connect with Native American culture. Valérie Ivy is Métis, her father comes from the Mi'kmaq Nation of Gespeg, or Gaspé in Gaspésie. She invites us to discover the history of our ancestors. With her drum and voice, she shares the stories and songs of her people and other First Nations in Quebec. The activity is free and open to everyone.
Saturday, September 28, 10 am to noon | Council Room - City Hall
Tessa Vanderstocken invites kids aged 6 to 12 to come and create their personal Mandapuzz, a mix between a Mandala and a puzzle. The Mandapuzz allows an exploration of words and symbols creating colorful bridges to encounters. Through this workshop, kids will assemble their strengths and interests that will lead them to bond with themselves and others. The only prerequisite, being able to hold and push a pencil! The activity is free. To participate, registration is required at the libraries.
Saturday, September 28, 2 pm | Parc du Voyageur (Corner of Labelle and Coupal Streets)
Citizens are invited to the unveiling and inauguration of the heritage park at Parc du Voyageur in the presence of professional storyteller Guylaine Gélineau, who will present a tale in honor of the P'tit Train du Nord train.
Sunday, September 29, 1:30 pm to 4 pm | Samuel-Ouimet Library
You are invited to a special edition of the monthly activity Le Dimanche, on joue!. Young and old are invited to come and play in groups to build relationships. The activity is free, welcome to all!
Information: 819-425-8614, ext. 2700
About the Journées de la culture
Every year, on the last Friday of September and the next two days, arts and culture are at the heart of this great popular festival taking place in more than 400 towns and villages, from one end of Quebec to the other. Workshops, demonstrations, courses and services of all kinds make up the program of the event. Of all ages and styles, everyone is invited to participate in more than 3,000 free and interactive activities across all disciplines.