Things to Do in Montreal: January 24-30

The days may be chilly, but Montreal’s penchant for entertainment and lively activities never freezes: celebrate snowy sports with the family, settle in at the opera, see the light in new art at the museums and outside, and rock ‘n’ roll or dance late into the night… (outdoor adventures) Spend the weekend with the family at Fête des Neiges de Montréal, an activity-packed celebration of winter at Parc Jean-Drapeau, with tobogganing, skating, skiing, dogsledding, a zip line and more. The public art of Luminothérapie illuminates downtown’s Quartiers des Spectacles with a reflective “wheat field” and an animated video game playing on the side of seven buildings, while in the Latin Quarter, along St-Denis from Sherbrooke to de Maisonneuve, have some fun with your cell phone and Spheerie, a new interactive exhibition that lets you change the colour of trees along the street. Enjoy ice skating and more winter activities at the Olympic Parc’s Winter Village, and right next door see the Rio Tinto Alcan Planetarium’s galactic new public art exhibition Choreographies for Humans and Stars by artists Mouna Andraos and Melissa Mongiat. (on stage) The Montreal Jubilation Gospel Choir joins Opera de Montreal, featuring the spectacular voices of Measha Brueggergosman and… / Read More →

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