#Brouillon – Culture Notes – Summer 2024

Worlds of discovery!

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You can reserve free passes for events presented by Stewart Hall Cultural Centre using the lepointdevente.com. Choose the event you are interested in and click on “Reservation”. You will then be redirected to the platform to finalize your reservation.

EXHIBITIONS

The Stewart Hall Art Gallery presents high-quality professional exhibitions exploring a wide variety of themes, art practices, and mediums. Specializing in contemporary art, the Gallery actively supports visual arts in Quebec and in Canada by acknowledging established artists and promoting emerging ones. Through its cultural mediation and educational programs (workshops, talks, film screenings and lectures), the Stewart Hall Art Gallery fosters community involvement and helps make art accessible to all.

The Stewart Hall Art Gallery will be closed for installation from June 24 to July 6, and from August 26 to September 6, 2024.

FREE ADMISSION


Heather Dickson, I Learned it from my Mother, 2023

CREATION STORIES: ROOTS AND REVELATIONS

THE CONTEMPORARY NATIVE ART BIENNIAL, 7TH EDITION

The Stewart Hall Art Gallery welcomes the 7th edition of the Contemporary Native Art Biennial. Organized by a collective of four curators, each of whom will represent a geographical and cultural zone determined by one of the cardinal points: Lori Beavis will represent the South and Centre, Emma Hassencahl-Perley the East, Jake Kimble the West, and Teresa Vander Meer-Chassé the North.
The theme refers to the founding myths of Indigenous people, which represents a spiritual and nourishing territory as well as a place where living creatures dwell and live. While the story of Turtle Island varies somewhat from nation to nation, it is always a creation story about a turtle that holds the world on its back as a symbol of life and the Earth.

ARTISTS: Kaylyn Baker, Sierra Barber, Mel Beaulieu, Corey Bulpitt, Lianne Charlie, Hannah Claus, Heather Dickson, Marcy Friesen, Margaret Nazon, Luke Parnell, Jason Sikoak, Sgoagani Wecenisqon, Vance Wright

CURATORS: Lori Beavis, Emma Hassencahl-Perley, Jake Kimble, Teresa Vander Meer-Chassé

VERNISSAGE
Sunday, April 28, 2 p.m.

STEWART HALL ART GALLERY

FROM APRIL 27 TO JUNE 23, 2024

Opening hours (September to May)*:

Sunday to Friday: 1 to 5 p.m.

Thursday: 1 to 8 p.m.

Saturday: 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.

*Closed on May 20.

Summer schedule (June to August) :

Sunday to Friday: 1 to 5 p.m.

Wednesday: 1 to 8 p.m.

Saturday: Closed

 

 

Celia Perrin Sidarous, Alexandrie, 1938, 2023

PRENDRE EMPREINTEー HOLDING KNOWLEDGE

Prendre empreinte — Holding Knowledge presents the work of artists Poline Harbali, Jeanette Johns, Celia Perrin Sidarous and Swapnaa Tahmane. These four artists revalorize traditional techniques through creative processes that are based on acquired skills linked to their cultural or family heritage. Using analog photography, embroidery, textile work, and printmaking, they revisit unknown or incomplete narratives founded on memories, quests for knowledge, and dreams.

ARTISTS: Poline Harbali, Jeanette Johns, Celia Perrin Sidarous, Swapnaa Tamhane

CURATOR: Manel Benchabane

PICNIC VERNISSAGE *

Sunday, July 7, 12 to 4 p.m.

(Activities from noon and exhibition launch at 2 p.m.)

STEWART HALL ART GALLERY

FROM JULY 7 TO AUGUST 25, 2024

Sunday to Friday: 1 to 5 p.m.

Wednesday: 1 to 8 p.m.

Saturday: Closed in June, July and August

* See Events and Special Projects for complete program.

PERMANENT EXHIBITIONS

VISIONS OF STEWART HALL: 1885-1963 – HISTORICAL EXHIBITION AT THE CULTURAL CENTRE

Stroll through the halls of the Stewart Hall Cultural Centre and journey into the history of this stately mansion. Discover the important figures who lived there and its various vocations before it became the Cultural Centre in 1963. A travel back in time at your own pace!

PERMANENT EXHIBITION 

STEWART HALL CULTURAL CENTRE – 2ND FLOOR

 

OUTDOOR EXHIBITIONS

Anne-Marie Proulx, 2021-2024

ANNE-MARIE PROULX

Inspired by her discovery of a cut willow tree on the banks of the Saint Lawrence River near Saint-Roch-des-Aulnaies, Anne-Marie Proulx has been documenting, week by week, the life of this tree and the other forms of life that surround it. Presented in Stewart Park along Lac Saint-Louis, this project highlights the important relationship between vegetation, water, and ourselves.

Originally from Lévis, where she grew up near the Saint Lawrence River, Anne-Marie Proulx lives and works between the shores of Saint-Roch-des-Aulnais and Quebec City. Drawing on our conversations with the land and our relationship with language, she creates poetic worlds in response to the individual and collective bonds that we maintain with our environments. Her image-based, primarily photographic work questions both the physical and metaphorical spaces we occupy and which, in return, inhabit us as well. Her work is included in the permanent collections of Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal, Hydro-Québec, the City of Montreal and Méduse.

This project is presented by the Stewart Hall Art Gallery.

ARTIST : Anne-Marie Proulx

CURATOR : Manel Benchabane

STEWART PARK

CINÉ-ART

CINÉ-ART – BLUE BEAR WOMAN

Blue Bear Woman, symbolizes the two cultures that Virginia Pesemapeo Bordeleau, born of a Cree mother, carries and explores. In writing, expressing the beauty of the world and its violence. And by the dazzling beauty of his paintings transcending tragic aspects of life, or bursting with joys of living. Blue Bear Woman combines a love of art with the sensual pleasure of introducing you to a great artist in her immense simplicity, and to the beauty of a life as an artist. In collaboration with Le Festival International du Film sur l’art (Le FIFA).

DIRECTOR : Claude Hamel

THURSDAY, JUNE 6

7 p.m.

In French with English subtitles

Free admission

READING AND REFERENCE ROOM

ADULT WORKSHOP

PLEIN AIR DRAWING

Join us for an outdoor independent drawing session around an exhibition, work of art or piece of public art in Stewart Park. Bring your own materials, or take advantage of the one provided.

Monthly meetings :

THURSDAYS, JUNE 27, JULY 25 AND AUGUST 29

6 to 7:30 p.m.

Bilingual

Free admission

STEWART HALL CULTURAL CENTRE – PATIO, WEST SIDE

Reserve online:

 


Jeanette Johns, Weaving Sample 8 Shaft, 2023

ART AND WINE EVENING

During this evening, you’ll take part in a guided tour of the exhibition Prendre empreinte ー Holding Knowledge in the company of curator Manel Benchabane. Afterwards, sommelier Giancarlo Rivera will suggest some wine and art pairings during a short tasting inspired by the exhibition.

Weather permitting, the tasting will be held on the terrace.

With Manel Benchabane, curator; Giancarlo Rivera, sommelier

THURSDAY, AUGUST 22

6:30 p.m.

Bilingual

Free admission

STEWART HALL ART GALLERY

2024 CULTURAL RENDEZ-VOUS – JOURNEY INTO THE IMAGINARY!

2024 CULTURAL RENDEZ-VOUS – JOURNEY INTO THE IMAGINARY!

Come celebrate the relationship between the arts and the imaginary during the annual Cultural Rendez-Vous for both kids and adults: exhibitions, art workshops and skills demonstrations, café-terrasse, circus, face painting, children’s corner, entertainment and and street art performances, music, dance and new magic show in Stewart Park.

Stay tuned, the program will be announced shortly!

SUNDAY, MAY 26, 2024

10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Free admission

STEWART HALL CULTURAL CENTRE

PICNIC VERNISSAGE


Poline Harbali, Repas imaginaire ou passé, 2024

PICNIC VERNISSAGE

For the Art Gallery’s summer vernissage, enjoy a day of activities and celebrations! This event is open to all!

Starting at noon:

Bring your picnic and sit by the water to enjoy the start of summer. We’ll be offering treats and refreshments. You may also take part in the following activities:

  • Creative workshops on the terrace, inspired by works in the new exhibition, with artist Poline Harbali and our cultural mediation team.
  • Demonstration and workshop for the family with the Lakeshore Creative Stitchery Guild.
  • Demonstration by the Lakeshore Weavers Guild.
  • Independent painting in Stewart Park alongside members of the Canadian Society of Painters in Water Colour.

More activities await you!

2 p.m.:

Gather at Stewart Hall Art Gallery for the launch of the exhibition Prendre empreinte ー Holding Knowledge, with the four artists in the exhibition, Poline Harbali, Jeanette Johns, Celia Perrin Sidarous and Swapnaa Tamhane.

SUNDAY, JULY 7

12 to 4 p.m.

STEWART PARK AND STEWART HALL ART GALLERY

Free admission

No reservation required

 

SUMMER EVENINGS FESTIVAL

Stewart Park

In case of rain, shows will take place inside Stewart Hall Cultural Centre (514-630-1200).

Free admission

Bring your own chair or rent one on site ($2, benefiting Friends of Stewart Hall).

CHRISTINE TASSAN ET LES IMPOSTEURES – ON THE ROAD

For 20 years, Christine Tassan and Les Imposteures have been touring the world, spreading the charm of gypsy jazz and swing songs. Their new show, “On the Road,” revisits their adventures and tours, taking you from the Great Wall of China to Stanley Park in Vancouver, from snowcovered Rockies to the charming Samois-sur-Seine of Django Reinhardt. A captivating musical journey through magnificent landscapes and delightful anecdotes!

Christine Tassan, solo guitar, vocals; Martine Gaumond, violin, vocals; Jeff Moseley, rhythm guitar, vocals; David Meunier-Roy, double bass, vocals

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 26

7:30 p.m.

JAZZ MANOUCHE AND SWING SONGS

STEWART PARK

LA LÉA – DERIVAS

Music and dance show featuring flamenco nuevo, jazz, bossa nova and Catalan rumba. Accompanied by her crew, French-Catalan singer-songwriter Léa Touzé Latorre invites us to wander into the unknown and collect the treasures unearthed along the way. A migrant’s logbook, an immersive journey and a poetic crossing.

Léa Touzé Latorre, vocals, lyrics; Marie-Andrée Cloutier, electric bass, dance; Stéphanie Gagnon, guitar; Éric Breton, percussion; Hichem Khalfa, trumpet

WEDNESDAY, JULY 3

7:30 p.m.

WORLD MUSIC

STEWART PARK

VAGUE DE CIRQUE – ÉPHÉMÈRE

Six reckless acrobats take advantage of the summer twilight by offering themselves a moment of pure laughter. Nature is their playground. Defying the laws of gravity, they help each other explore an infinite number of possibilities. Their joie de vivre is contagious, their sensitivity charming, and their acrobatics more unusual than ever. Ephemeral, like an invigorating summer evening, or the intoxicating music of a troupe of acrobats who have arrived from nowhere and yet have already left.

WEDNESDAY, JULY 10

7:30 p.m.

CIRCUS SHOW FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY

STEWART PARK

RACHEL THERRIEN – LATIN JAZZ PROJECT

Trumpeter Rachel Therrien stands out as one of the most innovative voices at the intersection of jazz and world music. Her Latin Jazz Project is the result of her postgraduate studies at the Instituto Superior de Arte, in Havana, and is also influenced by her many musical experiences in Latin America and the Caribbean. With this exceptional ensemble, she offers a festive repertoire featuring original works and Afro-Latin jazz classics. From salsa to danzón and rumba to chachacha, Rachel and her band of virtuosos invite you to groove to the lively rhythms of Cuba, Mexico, Colombia, and Haiti, among others. Don’t miss this sizzling, hip-swinging show!

Rachel Therrien, trumpet; Alex Bellegarde, double bass; Michel Medrano, drums; Willy Rodriguez, piano; Lazaro Martinez, timbales; Diomer Gonzales, congas

WEDNESDAY, JULY 17

7:30 p.m.

LATIN JAZZ

STEWART HALL TERRACE

LE R.C. JAZZ SEXTET

The R.C. Jazz Ensemble presents the rereading of a pivotal period in the history of Jazz: The hard bop. Hard bop is characterized by a more dynamic jazz resulting from the fusion of bop, gospel and blues, which makes “groovy” music that has nothing “hard” contrary to what its name suggests. The icon of this period was unquestionably drummer Art Blakey and his Jazz Messengers, surrounded by pianist and composer Horace Silver, saxophonists Benny Golson and Wayne Shorter, trumpeter Lee Morgan, to name a few because indeed, several other musicians succeeded one another within the formation which evolved from the fifties to the eighties.

Raoul Cyr, trumpet, trombone; Alain Boyer, drums; Michel Dubeau, tenor and baritone saxophone; Richard Leduc, alto and tenor saxophone; Daniel Loyer, piano; Sylvain Bolduc, bass.

WEDNESDAY, JULY 24

7:30 p.m.

JAZZ

STEWART HALL TERRACE

YOEL DIAZ MUNDO JAZZ QUARTET

Musical project based on Spanish, Cuban, Latin and jazz influences in certain pieces from the vast repertoire of pianist, author, composer, and arranger Yoel Diaz Avila. In this project, Yoel favors acoustic music. The piano plays a very important role in the sound. The vibraphone enriches the harmony with the piano as a melodic instrument and soloist with the alto and soprano sax.

Olivier Salazar, vibraphone; Mathieu Gaulin, alto-soprano saxophone; Hanser Santos, cajon; Yoel Diaz, piano

WEDNESDAY, JULY 31

7:30 p.m.

WORLD JAZZ

TERRACE – STEWART PARK

GOTTA LAGO: SOWETO – MARRAKECH ROAD BOOKS

A musical journey from Nelson Mandela’s homeland in South Africa to the shores of Morocco. Winner of the 2016 Prix de la Diversité Culturelle, Gotta Lago, an artist originally from the Ivory Coast, embodies all the richness, beauty, and warmth of Africa, in its traditions and cultural diversity. Guitarist, pianist, multi-percussionist, exceptional singer, actor, and storyteller, he is a fixture on the Montreal world music scene. A melting of various musical styles, taken from his immense repertoire. A participatory show that only he knows the secret to.

Gotta Lago, guitar, vocals, percussion; Mobio David, keyboards, vocals; Sylvain Plante, drums, vocals; Carlo Birri, bass, vocals

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 7

7:30 p.m.

WORLD MUSIC

STEWART PARK

(As part of Pointe-Claire Days)

GUY BÉLANGER: VOYAGES & OTHER STORIES

After six solo albums and six soundtracks for films and TV series, harmonica player and singer Guy Bélanger is back with a new album and tour that showcase the full breadth of his talent. His show, Voyages et autres histoires, takes us on a stroll along the many paths of blues and folk, and also draws on funk and rock rhythms. In a trio format, Guy Bélanger will be accompanied by his musicians as he presents several pieces from his vast repertoire.

Guy Bélanger, harmonica, vocals; Rob MacDonald, guitar; Alec McElcheran, bass

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 14

7:30 p.m.

BLUES

STEWART PARK

SUMMER RHYTHMS IN THE PARKS

In case of rain, shows are cancelled.

Free admission

Bring your own chair.

Information: Stewart Hall Cultural Centre (514-630-1220).

BANITSA: RAVAUDAGE

Banitsa has a repertoire of original music juxtaposing melodic and rhythmic characteristics from the Balkans, folk melodies from Quebec as well as jazz and classical influences. Over the years, their instrumental compositions are distinguished by a progressive music approach, creating atypical and transcendent works. The audience is taken on a journey to the lands of reality and imagination under the aesthetically original sound of Banitsa.

Étienne Deschênes-Gagnon, accordion; Cédric Thuya Boivin, banjo; Émilou Johnson, double bass; Dominique Poirier, guitar; Jonathan Millette, violin

THURSDAY, JULY 18

7:30 p.m.

WORLD MUSIC

ALEXANDRE-BOURGEAU PARK

STEEL RAIL

A fresh acoustic sound, striking three-part harmonies and strong original material have made Montreal trio Steel Rail a fan and critical favourite. Lead singer Tod Gorr, bassist Ellen Shizgal and guitarist Dave Clarke deliver an infectious blend of folk, bluegrass and country music that one critic has called “state of the art folkgrass.” All three members contribute original songs that have evoked comparisons with classic Canadian singer-songwriters like Gordon Lightfoot and Ian Tyson.

Tod Gorr, vocals; Ellen Shizgal, bass, vocals; Dave Clarke, guitar

THURSDAY, JULY 25

7:30 p.m.

FOLK AND BLUEGRASS

VALOIS PARK

REPERCUSSION THEATRE PRESENTS SHAKESPEARE-IN-THE-PARK – INFINITE VARIETY

A delightful evening of sonnets, songs, scenes and soliloquies by (or inspired by) Shakespeare. Including music, merriment, audience interaction, special guests, and an infinite variety of ways to connect with the park, with each other, and with the poetry of Shakespeare.

TUESDAY, JULY 30

7:30 p.m.

(In English)

PERFORMING ARTS

VALOIS PARK

FANFARE POURPOUR AND THE SCHMUTT SISTERS: UN AIR DE FANFARE, UN PAS DE DEUX

A special project that revives the roots of the Pourpour street brass band, while at the same time continuing the music/dance collaboration developed with the Schmutt sisters over the years. A show that captivates with its rich music, the genuine complicity between its artists and the universes they bring to life.

Fanfare Pourpour: 19 musicians

FRIDAY, AUGUST 16

7:30 p.m.

WORLD MUSIC

EDGEWATER PARK

MINI-EXHIBITIONS


COUTURE, Patrick et Martin PM (ill). La préhistoire du Québec, T.1 : Dinosaures et animaux disparus, Éditions Fides

MINI-EXHIBITION: PREHISTORIC CREATURES FROM THE ST. LAWRENCE

With the help of a series of illustrations from artist and scientific communicator Martin PM and the description from scientific author Patrick Couture, discover prehistoric creatures who might have lived in the Stewart Hall Cultural Centre’s backyard during the prehistoric era.

UNTIL JUNE 23, 2024

STEWART HALL CULTURAL CENTRE – KIDS’ CORNER

Free admission

 

Opening hours (September to May)*:

Sunday to Friday: 1 to 5 p.m.

Thursday: 1 to 8 p.m.

Saturday: 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.

*Closed on May 20 and September 2.

Summer schedule (June to August) :

Sunday to Friday: 1 to 5 p.m.

Wednesday: 1 to 8 p.m.

Saturday: Closed

 

 


Keyiana Marques, I hate pie (but I love cake), 2020, photo : Nicolas Viau

MINI-EXHIBITION: SUMMER TREATS

This summer, we invite you to a very special picnic in the heart of the Kids’ Corner. Inspired by the notion of togetherness and the summer season, artist Keyiana Marques has created a series of ceramic and watercolour works representing different snacks to share in good company. Bread, cheese, olives, cake and ice cream, these treats are presented in a friendly and playful way on a beautiful large table.

Keyiana Marques is an artist and teacher based in Montreal. She holds a BFA from Concordia University and an MFA from the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design.

Artist : Keyiana Marques

FROM JULY 2 TO SEPTEMBER 15, 2024

STEWART HALL CULTURAL CENTRE – KIDS’ CORNER

Free admission

Summer schedule (June to August) :

Sunday to Friday: 1 to 5 p.m.

Wednesday: 1 to 8 p.m.

Saturday: Closed

Opening hours (September to May)*:

Sunday to Friday: 1 to 5 p.m.

Thursday: 1 to 8 p.m.

Saturday: 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.

*Closed on May 20 and September 2.

FAMILY ART WORKSHOPS

Children and parents discover the pleasure of art as they create objects related to the themes of ongoing exhibitions


Poline Harbali, Repas imaginaire ou passé, 2024 (détail/detail)

FAMILY ART WORKSHOP – SUMMER EDITION

We invite you to a guided tour of the exhibition Prendre empreinte ー Holding Knowledge, presented at the Stewart Hall Art Gallery. Following this tour, adapted for young and old alike, you’ll have the chance to create a work inspired by the exhibition.

Lemonade and watermelon will be served.

As part of Pointe-Claire Days.

SUNDAY, AUGUST 11

1:30 to 3 p.m.

Ages 6 to 12 years old

Children accompanied by an adult

Bilingual

Free admission

STEWART HALL ART GALLERY

Reservation required

 

KIDS' CORNER

KIDS’ CORNER : Beat boredom!

Your kids will have a great time discovering our fantastic selection of educational board games and puzzles to bust boredom and develop patience and concentration.

 

STEWART HALL CULTURAL CENTRE – 2ND FLOOR

Sunday to Wednesday, 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. | Thursday, 1 p.m. to 8 p.m. | Friday, 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. | Saturday, 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.

 

Opening hours (September to May)*:

Sunday to Friday: 1 to 5 p.m.

Thursday: 1 to 8 p.m.

Saturday: 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.

*Closed on May 20 and September 2.

Summer schedule (June to August) :

Sunday to Friday: 1 to 5 p.m.

Wednesday: 1 to 8 p.m.

Saturday: Closed

* Closed June 24 and July 1.

CULTURAL MEDIATION

For the complete listing of activities, please contact Véronique Juneau, 514-630-1220, ext. 1772, or veronique.juneau@pointe-claire.ca

 

SCHOOL PROGRAM From preschool to secondary school

The Stewart Hall Art Gallery offers guided tours of its exhibitions along with creative workshops for groups ranging from preschool (daycares, etc.), to secondary school.

ADULT PROGRAM GUIDED TOURS AND WORKSHOPS

The Stewart Hall Art Gallery offers guided tours and creative workshops for groups of different nature: college, university, seniors, and others.

SPECIAL PROJECTS  The Stewart Hall Art Gallery also develops one-time special projects designed for and with our partners and members of the community.

ART RENTAL AND SALES SERVICE

ART RENTAL AND SALES SERVICE

Be original, rent an original!

Support local artists and encourage creativity in your community!

The Art Rental Service and Sales Service offers high quality artworks for rent or sale for a nominal monthly fee. View the collection online at www.www.pointe-claire.ca/en/art-rental/ or stop by to appreciate the artworks in person

STEWART HALL CULTURAL CENTRE – 2ND FLOOR

Diane Jutras
Quel ciel met à nu la chair de l’océan, 2021
Extraits d’eaux- fortes cousues, pellicule de Rayon- X et objets / Sewn etching, X-ray film and objects
84 x 63,5 cm
1500$ – 30$ Location / Rental
A23-0-055
Artothèque / Art Rental, Galerie d’art Stewart Hall
Opening hours (September to May)*:

Sunday to Friday: 1 to 5 p.m.

Thursday: 1 to 8 p.m.

Saturday: 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.

*Closed on May 20 and September 2.

Summer schedule (June to August) :

Sunday to Friday: 1 to 5 p.m.

Wednesday: 1 to 8 p.m.

Saturday: Closed

* Closed June 24 and July 1.

 

BOUTIQUE

STEWART HALL CULTURAL CENTRE – 2ND FLOOR

Information: 514-630-1220, ext. 1721, or amanda.johnston@pointe-claire.ca.

The Stewart Hall Art Gallery Boutique features high quality handmade crafts at affordable prices by artisans from Pointe-Claire and beyond.        
Opening hours (September to May)*:

Sunday to Friday: 1 to 5 p.m.

Thursday: 1 to 8 p.m.

Saturday: 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.

*Closed on May 20.

Summer schedule (June to August) :

Sunday to Friday: 1 to 5 p.m.

Wednesday: 1 to 8 p.m.

Saturday: Closed

* Closed June 24, July 1 and September 2.

THE 2024 MINI ART RENTAL COLLECTION

2024 MINI ART RENTAL COLLECTION

The Stewart Hall Art Gallery presents the fourth edition of the MiNi Art Rental Collection! Come and discover over 50 artworks, carefully selected by a jury, showcasing the talents of Pointe-Claire children aged 12 and under. Following this exhibition at the Kids’ Corner, the artworks will be available for rent or for sale at the Cultural Centre, for a period of one year.

Proceeds from the sale or rental of artworks from the 2024 MiNi Art Rental Collection will be donated to the Propulsé par les jeunes, pour les jeunes campaign, run by Partage-Action de l’Ouest-de-l’Île, in support of community groups emphasizing the development of strong, resilient children.

This project was made possible thanks to the financial support of the Amis de Stewart Hall.

Opening hours (September to May)*:

Sunday to Friday: 1 to 5 p.m.

Thursday: 1 to 8 p.m.

Saturday: 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.

*Closed on May 20.

Summer schedule (June to August) :

Sunday to Friday: 1 to 5 p.m.

Wednesday: 1 to 8 p.m.

Saturday: Closed

* Closed June 24, July 1 and September 2.

READING AND REFERENCE ROOM

READING AND REFERENCE ROOM

The Stewart Hall Reading and Reference Room is a friendly space that is open to all free of charge. Come and discover the book collection, handmade items from the Boutique, and works of art from the Art Rental and Sales Service – or just enjoy a relaxing space that will awaken your curiosity.

STEWART HALL CULTURAL CENTRE – 2ND FLOOR

Opening hours (September to May)*:

Sunday to Friday: 1 to 5 p.m.

Thursday: 1 to 8 p.m.

Saturday: 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.

*Closed on May 20.

Summer schedule (June to August) :

Sunday to Friday: 1 to 5 p.m.

Wednesday: 1 to 8 p.m.

Saturday: Closed

* Closed June 24, July 1 and September 2.

 

KID’S CORNER: Chase away boredom!

Your children will have lots of fun discovering our fantastic selection of board games and educational puzzles to banish boredom and develop patience and concentration.

STEWART HALL CULTURAL CENTRE – 2ND FLOOR

Sunday to Wednesday, 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. | Thursday, 1 p.m. to 8 p.m. | Friday, 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. | Saturday, 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.