Calendar

April, daffodil month

Category : Important date

During April, Canadian Cancer Society volunteers raise vital funds for the fight against cancer.


When you buy flowers, you’re supporting people living with cancer and helping fund research to fight all cancers for all Canadians in all communities.

Make a donation : http://www.cancer.ca/en/donate/?region=qc

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Registration - 2017 summer day camp

Category : Important date

Priority to residents:

  • Tuesday, April 18 from 6 pm to 8 pm 
  • Wednesday, April 19 from 6 pm to 8 pm | if space are still available

For everyone:

  • Thursday, April 20 from 1 pm to 6:30 pm | if space are still available

Starting on May 8, 2017, if space are still available: registration at the office of Recreation Department during regular office hours.

 

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Registration - 2017 summer day camp

Category : Important date

Priority to residents:

  • Wednesday, April 19 from 6 pm to 8 pm | if space are still available

For everyone:

  • Thursday, April 20 from 1 pm to 6:30 pm | if space are still available

Starting on May 8, 2017, if space are still available: registration at the office of Recreation Department during regular office hours.

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Registration - 2017 summer day camp

Category : Important date

For everyone:

  • Thursday, April 20 from 1 pm to 6:30 pm | if space are still available

Starting on May 8, 2017, if space are still available: registration at the office of Recreation Department during regular office hours.

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Battle of the bands - 4th edition - Contest and show

Category : Activités et événements

:: NEW DATES ::

Due to the lack of participating bands, we have postponed the registration deadline for bands until Friday, April 21st, 11 am. The show/contest will take place on Saturday, May 13th, 7 pm at Centre Harpell.

Registration is free. You need to contact the Recreation Department at 514-457-1605 or by email at loisirs@sadb.qc.ca. The information requested includes the name of the group, the name of each participant and a telephone number.

Do you know a young band in the Greater Montreal area who that deserves to make a name for themselves? Thank you for sharing the news!

Clientele: Ages 12 to 17

Registration of groups: deadline April 21st, 11 am at the Recreation Department

Cost of show on May 13th: Free for residents of Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue and $ 3 for non-residents

NOVA West Island

Category : Activités et événements

Information: 514-695-8335 - www.novawi.org
Community organization offering Palliative Home Nursing for individuals living with cancer/ALS; Bereavement Support; Day Centers for seniors with cognitive deficits; Home Support
and Foot Care. Help us by participating in the following activities:

ART EXPOSITION - www.artlakeshore.com
Saturday & Sunday, April 22-23nd from 10 am to 5 pm

YOGA for NOVA - www.energizen.com
Saturday, June 3rd from 10 am to 11:30 am

GOLF TOURNAMENT - Beaconsfield Golf Club
Monday, August 14th from 10:30 am to 9 pm

THRIFT SHOPS FOR NOVA- www.thriftshopsfornova.com
Tuesday to Sunday from 10 am to 4 pm

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Movie Night | Documentary Film

Category : Activités et événements

Information: 514-457-1940
No advance registration is required.

Join us in our brand new public presentation of documentary films from the National Film Board of Canada
Clientele: Adults
Location: Centre Harpell
Free admission | Complementary refreshments and popcorn provided.

PIPELINES, POUVOIR ET DÉMOCRATIE
Saturday, April 22th | 8 pm | Duration 92 minutes
Language: French with English sub-titles

The expansion of Canada’s oil sands industry—one of the most polluting on the planet—represents a huge environmental challenge. And, as the documentary Pipelines, Power and Democracy makes clear, when it comes to fossil fuels, political power doesn’t always lie where we think it does. From the hallways of Quebec’s National Assembly, where parliamentary power resides, to the campaigns waged by environmental defence groups and the big media splashes made by some activists, director Olivier D. Asselin follows the journeys of four people who adopt a variety of tactics—showing that it is still possible to effect change. Over the course of two years, Asselin documents the growth of an anti-pipeline movement in Quebec that rekindled a sense of collective purpose and solidarity. The result is a film that urges action at a moment in which our planet’s fragile ecological balance is threatened by those who embrace economic growth at any cost.

Le cabaret du Chat Noir

Category : Activités et événements

Union Church is presenting a festive evening of Cabaret entertainment to celebrate the arrival of spring. The eclectic fare will range from French chansons to Broadway show tunes, to
favourite opera choruses and comedy skits and parodies. As a theme in the show involves cats, part of the proceeds will go towards CASCA - a cat shelter in Vaudreuil-Dorion. So come join
the high spirits and, as the song says ‘Life is a Cabaret, old chum, Come to the Cabaret!’

Saturday April 22, 8:00 p.m., 24 Maple, Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue,QC
Info: Jan Langelier 514-453-7103 langelier.jan@videotron.ca

NOVA West Island

Category : Activités et événements

Information: 514-695-8335 - www.novawi.org
Community organization offering Palliative Home Nursing for individuals living with cancer/ALS; Bereavement Support; Day Centers for seniors with cognitive deficits; Home Support
and Foot Care. Help us by participating in the following activities:

ART EXPOSITION - www.artlakeshore.com
Saturday & Sunday, April 22-23nd from 10 am to 5 pm

YOGA for NOVA - www.energizen.com
Saturday, June 3rd from 10 am to 11:30 am

GOLF TOURNAMENT - Beaconsfield Golf Club
Monday, August 14th from 10:30 am to 9 pm

THRIFT SHOPS FOR NOVA- www.thriftshopsfornova.com
Tuesday to Sunday from 10 am to 4 pm

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World Book and Copyright Day

Category : Activités et événements

SUNDAY, APRIL 23RD, 2017

Information: 514-457-1940

Borrow a book, receive a rose!
Hurry, quantities are limited! Amnesty on fines
Clientele: For everyone
Schedule: 11 am to 4 pm

Craft | Mosaic butterflies
Registration required: 514-457-1940 | Limited space.
Mosaic style decorative butterfly, created by using different materials.
Materials provided.
Animator: Linda Champagne
Clientele: Ages 6 to 12 | Bilingual
Location: Library
Schedule: 10 am to 11 am

Workshop | Coloring for relaxation
Registration required: 514-457-1940 | Limited space.
Come participate in an art therapy workshop while enjoying a relaxingambiance.
Materials provided. Adults are welcome!
Animator: Linda Champagne
Clientele: Ages 13+ | Bilingual
Location: Centre Harpell
Schedule: 1:30 pm to 2:30 pm

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Sainte-Anne Rugby Club

Category : Important date

Information : saintsrugbyjuniors@gmail.com

Rugby is a great sport that fosters physical fitness, teamwork, sportsmanship, discipline and respect for others. Our ultimate goal is to make sure kids learn the basic skills of rugby in a fun and safe environment. We focus on skill development, individual understanding of the game and team spirit. The Saints Junior Program is the largest rugby club for youth in the province and kids from 5 to 18 years old are welcome.

Practices:
Mondays | starting May 22nd, 6:30 pm-8 pm
Location: St-Georges School, 300, Rue Sainte-Anne, H9X 3P7 (Facing Veteran’s Hospital)

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Montreal Lakeshore University Women’s Club - fundraising event

Category : Important date

The Montreal Lakeshore University Women’s Club (MLUWC) is organizing a fundraising event  to benefit the Montreal Lakeshore University Women’s Club Scholarship Fund. Stylist Kathryn Mademann presents the benefit event «  Trunk Show ». In addition to helping the community, discover tips to remake your wardrobe according to your figure. Purchase your ticket today ($35). For reservation, call 514-683-5685 or 514-637-9598 or email  mluwc.fundraising@gmail.com

Wednesday, April 26th 6 :30 pm to 9 pm

Club de golf de Beaconsfield, 49, avenue du Golf, Pointe-Claire.

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Public information session - Road works on Legault, St-Étienne and Lamarche Streets

Category : Séances publiques d’information

On Wednesday, April 26th, at 7 pm at Centre Harpell, there will be a public information session concerning road construction works on Legault (north of Ste-Élisabeth Street), St-Étienne and Lamarche (between Ste-Élisabeth Street and Highway 20) Streets. In summary, road construction works consist of sewers and watermain replacement work, new pavement, sidewalks and curbs construction.

 

On this evening, we will present the extent of the work, detour routes, parking management for residents living in this area and detailed schedule.

Concert | Sainte-Anne Singers

Category : Activités et événements

“Chants et chandelles” - 30th anniversary concert
Information : 514-457-9149, mkeenan@videotron.cawww.sainteannesingers.orgwww.facebook.com/sainteannesingers

Location: Union Church, 24 Maple Avenue
Date: Saturday, April 29th 8 pm
Tickets: Adults: $20, Children 12 and under: $5

A special concert celebrating 30 years of song and featuring many of our favourites. In honour of Montreal’s 375th and Canada’s 150th, our programme draws on music from Quebec and
across Canada. It will include the premiere of an arrangement of “Belle, embarquez” by Mes Aïeux, commissioned for us by Radio-Canada as part of a 150th-anniversary project, and the
Quebec premiere of an award-winning composition by our own Martin Fairbank. Former members of the choir will also add their voices to two special pieces. And of course, there will be cake!

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