Discover Montreal in French Series
Cultural outings in the community
Come practice your French while participating in cultural activities in Montreal and Quebec!
Improv show @ Théâtre Sainte-Catherine (IN-PERSON!)
Join us for an improv show on October 18th, from 7 to 10 PM, @ Théâtre Sainte-Catherine!
6 SPOTS REMAINING !
· This is NOT a Zoom event :)
· A great way to familiarize yourself with Quebec French.
· We will be amongst the audience (no one is going on stage, don't worry!)
· Tickets are on us ! (Vaccine passport required)
· Only for 300-400 FRSL students OR McGill students with either a B2 or a C1 level of French (taking classes at the FLC is not required)
· Limited spots available. Please only register if you are sure of making it.
Some of our past activities:
Discover the Mile End Murals
Saturday, October 19
Have you noticed the beautiful mural of Leonard Cohen on Crescent? It’s not the only one this city has to offer; Montreal has tons of other street art gems! Join us for a historical and cultural tour of the Saint-Laurent boulevard and the Portuguese Quarter. You’ll get to discover the murals and graffitis created during the MURAL and the Under Pressure festivals, as well as fun facts on the architecture of the area. We will definitely stop by an authentic Portuguese bakery, where we will savour some pastéis de nata!
Old Montreal : A Tasty Experience at the Montreal Vegan Festival
Saturday, September 21
We invite you to discover one of Montreal's iconic cultural event: Montreal’s Vegan Festival. Meet exhibitors who will be offering samples (free!) of a variety of vegan products and discover the benefits of the vegan lifestyle! Bring your own lunch or purchase food at one of the vendors on site and join us for a picnic in front of the Palais des Congrès. Vegan treats included to end the afternoon on a sweet note.
We're Really Digging Those Gardens : Jardins Gamelin
Friday, May 31
It’s time to discover even more gardens… in a much more urban setting this time! The 5th season of the Jardins Gamelin starts right at the end of May, and we’ll make sure not to miss it! Come enjoy a nice terrace, good music, a hyped crowd and free activities. We’ll also make a stop at the beautiful BAnQ (library) and visit the Village, which you might know for its multicolor garlands. Join us to learn more on the LGBTQ+ community of Montreal, and, of course, practice your French!