Experience summer in all its glory in Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue

Destinations to explore, July 8, 2024 2024-07-08
Waterfront with brightly lit shops and docked boats.

Located at the west end of the Island of Montreal, along the banks of Lac des Deux Montagnes and the St. Lawrence River, the city of Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue offers a host of summer activities for the whole family!

Garlic stand at a market, with vendors and clients discussing.
Sainte-Anne's Garlic Festival

Garlic Festival

Garlic lovers will be amazed to learn that the long-awaited Sainte-Anne Garlic Festival is back this summer! More than 18 vendors, producers and artisans will be there to mark the occasion by introducing you to new types of garlic and putting their products on display for you. Not to be missed, Saturday August 24, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.!

Family Fun Day

At the same time as the Garlic Festival, Family Fun Day will be held Saturday, August 24 at the Montreal Aviation Museum. It’s the perfect opportunity to introduce kids to aeronautics and the history of aviation, while enjoying a pleasant day together as a family. Parents and kids will no doubt be fascinated by the museum’s collection of aircraft, each having been restored to its original state with great care and detail.

Skating Disco Evening!

Saturday, July 13 starting at 7 p.m., get ready to relive the disco years at Skating Disco Evening! The rink’s party atmosphere and disco rhythms will transport you right back to the 1970s and ‘80s. The evening promises to be lively, with nostalgia-filled reminders of flamboyant clothes, glitter and psychedelic patterns! If you don’t have roller skates, on-site rentals are an option.

Three people on roller skates preparing to enter a rink decorated with balloons.
The Skating Disco Evening

Naturally Saint-Anne: an event to celebrate nature

On September 14, Rue Sainte-Anne will come alive between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for the Naturally Sainte-Anne event, a celebration of nature inviting visitors to discover the beauty of the natural environment surrounding the city. With creative workshops and guided activities, young visitors can learn more about the importance of taking care of fauna and flora, while their older counterparts will be able to visit the stalls at the environmentally responsible food market. Admission is free, so don’t miss out!

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