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A winter season for all tastes and ages

The municipal publications for the City of Pointe-Claire’s winter 2020 season are now available on the City’s website at the following links:

Publications will be distributed to single-family homes from December 16 to 19, and copies will be placed at the entrances of multi-unit buildings.

In the Living in Pointe-Claire newsletter, find all the information on municipal services, actions taken by City Council and key events in 2019 in Pointe-Claire.

Whether it be sports and cultural activities, art workshops or spring break camp, the Leisure Pointe-Claire guide features a full program for citizens of all ages to take advantage of the City’s indoor and outdoor facilities. This year, the public is invited to Terra Cotta Natural Park for a series of daytime and evening activities: exploration hikes, birdwatching with an expert, snowshoeing, storytelling and games, and much more.

Citizens of all ages are invited to flip through the Culture Pointe-Claire booklet to discover various cultural events: exhibitions, concerts, shows, art workshops and talks. Running ffrom April to June, the Contemporary Native Art Biennial (BACA) is an opportunity to get acquainted with the diverse practices of North American Aboriginal cultures.

The City would like to inform you that copies of the various publications will also be available as of December 20 at City Hall, the Central Library, Stewart Hall Cultural Centre, the Bob-Birnie Arena, the Aquatic Centre and the Recreation Building.


Information: 514-630-1200, communications@pointe-claire.ca