Les journées de la culture


General information


Visit the website www.journeesdelaculture.qc.ca to create your customized schedule and easiy plan an entire cultural weekend according to your interests!


September 29th, 30th and October 1st, 2017.

Our cultural heritage is our identity, a part of who we are, a heritage passed down to us by our forefathers, and a heritage that we, in turn, will pass on to our descendants. It is a rich heritage that includes vestiges of First Nations traditions and the invaluable contributions of generations of immigrants.

For more than 20 years, people have been experiencing and celebrating arts and culture across Quebec during the Journées de la culture. This year the celebrations take place under the theme “Culture has been in the collective memory a long time”.


a cappella music performance | Singin' Rendez-vous

Singin 'Rendez-vous is a vintage style vocal trio composed of 3 lovely and colorful female singers, presenting with the energy of the Roaring Twenties. An old-fashioned repertoire drawn mainly from the years 1900-1940. With humor and charm, they offer you a trip into another era with anecdotes from the history of music, psychology and tourism.

Audience: Adults (14 years and older)
Location: Library
Schedule: Friday, September 29th | 7 pm


Dreamcatcher | Arts & Crafts

Registration required: at the library, 514-457-1940. Limited places.

Conception of a dream catcher. In some Amerindian cultures, a dream catcher (or catcher-dreams) is a craft object of Ojibwe origin consisting of a hoop and a network of threads in the form of a net. Materials provided.

Animator: Linda Champagne
Clientele: Adults
Location: Library
Schedule: Saturday, September 30th | 1 pm to 2:30 pm


Native American Madala | Arts & Craft

Registration required: at the library, 514-457-1940. Limited places.

Native American mandala coloring workshop in a shamanic atmosphere. Materials provided.

Clientele: 6 to 12 years old | Parents are welcome to participate.
Location: Library
Schedule: Sunday, October 1st | 10 am to 11 am