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Culture, sports and leisure activities – Online fall programming

This fall, you will find all the culture, sports and leisure activities online on the City’s new webpage devoted to programming. It’s easy! Just browse the various illustrated sections to find your favourite activities according to age group.

This online format provides greater flexibility during this period of uncertainty when it comes to planning and holding activities. No leisure and culture publication will be distributed door-to-door or offered in municipal buildings.

All of the proposed activities have been carefully considered to ensure a rich program, adapted to the additional health measures necessary to offer the best possible experience while respecting the guidelines set out by the government and Public Health to limit the spread of COVID-19. Please note that programming may be modified without notice, according to the guidelines issued by competent authorities with respect to the pandemic.

Click here for the full fall program and the activity registration dates. Click here for the Pointe-Claire Cultural Notes.

Active at home

In addition to the fall program, the City’s website encourages you to stay active through its “Active at home” page. Dynamic and proactive, the City proposed online activities from the start of the pandemic to encourage people of all ages to keep moving, to read and to discover art. Click here to find out everything this page offers.

Living in Pointe-Claire newsletter

In the next few days, all Pointe-Claire addresses will receive the Living in Pointe-Claire newsletter, which offers a wealth of information on the City’s services and reports on the various projects underway or completed on its territory. Among other things, discover the Tony-Proudfoot Park, which will be inaugurated this fall, the future Grande-Anse chalet, the historical mural project in the Village of Pointe-Claire and the launching of the Zero-Waste Challenge. Check your mailbox or you can read the online version here now.