Québec’s National Holiday – Family activities, shows, and fireworks
The mayor of the City of Pointe-Claire, John Belvedere invites residents to come together to celebrate Québec’s National Holiday on Monday, June 24, at Alexandre-Bourgeau Park.
“Activities are organized for the whole family throughout the day. These festivities are the perfect opportunity to have fun with family and friends. Everyone young and old can enjoy the variety of entertainment we have to offer,” stated Mayor Belvedere.
Before meeting up for a picnic, family and friends are invited to share a relaxing moment at the park swimming pool, which will open its doors for free swimming from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Also starting at 2 p.m., children can enjoy a wide variety of activities planned for them, including inflatable structures, face painting, and magic workshops. The celebrations continue with music, circus, dance, and hula-hoop performances for all ages, and even a Cardio Kick fitness class.
Fireworks will be closing the event at 10:10 p.m. and will be launched from a barge on Lake Saint-Louis. This dazzling fireworks display is sure to amaze spectators!
The City also invites everyone young and old to share in its vision focused on sustainable development by coming to the festivities using active or public transportation. The first 100 participants to present proof of using these types of transportation will be entered to win a prize. In the same vein, a water station will be available for everyone with a reusable water bottle.
“Québec’s National Holiday is a time for everyone to get together, celebrate, and relax in good company. Let’s enjoy it together,” said Mayor Belvedere in conclusion.
For program details, visit the calendar.
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