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What’s happening in Montreal in November/December

To have your event published in our December/January issue, please email editor@theseniortimes.com by Nov. 23. Please put What’s Happening in the subject line. Continuing Exhibit by Louise Jalbert • Nov. 8 – Dec. 24 Works on paper and canvas. Vernissage Nov. 8, 5pm. 100 Sherbrooke E.  514-872-5338 LaSalle Community Services Centre Painting class: Tues. […]

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What’s happening in Montreal in October/November

To have your event published in our December/January issue, please email editor@theseniortimes.com by Nov. 23. Please put What’s Happening in the subject line. BAZAARS Royal St Lawrence Yacht Club • Oct. 11-14 Boite de Noel, a juried sale of arts and crafts supporting NOVA and the Lakeshore General Hospital Auxiliary. […]

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Montreal’s Space for Life venues brew magic for Halloween

What could be spookier than ghosts, druids and witches wandering about archeological remains? Jack O’Lantern stepping aside from wandering purgatory to give the tour of said remains. Jack himself will be at Pointe-à-Callière this month to teach children how to talk to ghosts and outsmart the strange characters they’ll meet […]

Montreal’s Botanical Garden lantern festival a feast of light
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Montreal’s Botanical Garden lantern festival a feast of light

Designed in Montreal and produced in China, hundreds of lanterns illuminate the Botanical Garden for the 20th anniversary celebrations of the Garden of Light.  The nearly 1,000 lanterns tell the tale of the Feast of Peaches, hosted by the Queen Mother of the West. Xi Wang Mu’s peaches of immortality take […]

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Square dance with Dollard des Ormeaux’s Swinging Stars

Square dancing is not for squares. It’s fun, it’s healthy, it’s about keeping time to the rhythm, swinging your partner ’round and ’round, open to all ages, and it’s not complicated. It injects fun into the lives of more than 90 people who take part weekly in the Swinging Stars, […]

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Students help seniors with home maintenance

Seniors 65 and over living in Pointe Claire can get free indoor and outdoor home maintenance services if they meet certain criteria, including a means test. Single apartment dwellers must have a maximum annual income of $29,900; for couples, the combined income is a maximum $33,250. The maximum income for […]

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NOVA West Island offers support to ALS sufferers

When a loved one is living with cancer or ALS (Lou Gehrig’s disease or amyotrophic lateral sclerosis), family members need help to enable the patient to stay home. Nova West Island is a not-for-profit, volunteer-driven, community-based health-care organization whose primary mandate is to provide specialized in-home care and support, including […]

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Author Peter Beinart to outline views of Israel

Controversial author Peter Beinart is coming to Montreal to outline his views on the future of Israel, as described in his recent book the Crisis of Zionism. A Rhodes Scholar and former editor of The New Republic, Beinart argues that a democratic Israel must end the occupation of the West […]

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Events September 2012

Bazaars Church of St. John the Baptist • Sat. Sept. 15 Artisan Fair. 9 am-4 pm. 233 Ste. Claire, Pointe Claire Ste. Cécile Church • Sat. & Sun. Sept. 15 & 16 Flea market. 9am-4pm. 235 de Castelneau. 514-660-0649 St. Charles Church • Fri. & Sat. Oct. 5 & 6 Flea market. Fri. 9 […]

Tap artist: A Downy woodpecker 
spotted in Lachine this summer.
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Le Nichoir’s dream is to keep songbirds’ tunes available to all

In The Silence of the Songbirds, ornithologist Bridget Stutchbury states we may already have lost half the songbird species that populated the Earth only 40 years ago. The consequences could be grave, as songbirds form a vital part of our ecosystem and their loss would be a devastating blow to […]