What’s Happening in Montreal in February

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ONGOING

Ami-Quebec
Roundtable discussion • Wed. Feb. 13.
The Hoarding Life with speaker Dr. Keiron O’Connor. 7 – 9pm.  6875 Décarie #300
514-486-1448  amiquebec.org 

Bon Appétit Dinner Club
Visit restaurants around the city. Fri. 7pm.
514-264-8951  b.bulka@videotron.ca

Club Gourmand
Food lovers are invited to wine and dine every other Fri. at 6:30 pm. in a variety of restaurants around the city.  514-935-4880 

Do you have an event? Need space for your community group? Get in touch

Unitarian Church of Montreal


Creative Social Centre
Jewelry making
with Carole Stern. No experience necessary. Tues. 1 – 3pm. $10 per class.
Sculpture classes with Eugene Jankowski.
Wed. 9:30-11:30am. Beginners welcome.See website for more activities: cscmtl.com
5237 Clanranald. 514-488-0907

Friends for Mental Health
Support groups and more for family and friends of the mentally ill. 750 Dawson, Dorval.
514-636-6885  asmfmh.org

Hope and Cope
Mourning Walk on Mount Royal Thurs. at 10am. Rain or shine. Take an invigorating walk then warm up over coffee or tea.
7-week Bereavement Support Group (in English) every second Tues. 2 – 3:30pm.
Register: 514-340-8222 x8535 or 514-973-2254

Montreal Zoological Society
Guest speaker • Tues. Feb. 12
Birds of Montreal with Joel Coutu. 7:30pm. $5. 1200 Atwater. 514-845-8317 

New Hope Centre
Stress management strategies for caregivers
6 sessions offered by volunteers from the CSSS Cavendish. Begins Tues., Feb. 5. 10am – 12pm. $10 members/$20 non-members. Chair Yoga: 8 sessions led by Malcolm McLean. Fri.: 12:45 – 1:45pm. Begins Feb. 8.  $40 members/$50 non-members. 6225 Godfrey.  514-484-0425  

West Island Women’s Centre
Creative Self-Discovery:
a guided journey facilitated by Kelly Roughton. Mon., 7 – 9 pm for 8 weeks beginning Jan. 28.
West Island Women’s Centre, St. Columba-by-the-Lake Church, 11 Rodney, Pointe Claire.
Registration required: 514-781-8529 e-mailoutreach@wiwc.ca. 

EVENTS

Forum on cancer myths • Mon. Feb. 4
Hosted by the Cedars Cancer Institute and McGill Goodman Cancer Research Centre to provide facts about cancer care and research, 7 – 8:30pm. Seating is limited, registration required. Jeanne Timmins Amphitheatre at the Montreal Neurological Hospital 3801 University  514-398-4970   alumni.mcgill.ca/events/WorldCancerDay2013 

Comedy night and supper • Thurs. Feb. 7
Sponsored as part of the Dorval Carnival by the Pine Beach Citizen Association. Italian dinner and three comedians. 7pm. $20. BYOB
1510 Heron, Dorval.  514-631 8011 

Country Home Show • Feb. 14 – 17
Thurs. 12-9pm, Fri.-Sat. 10am – 9pm, Sun. 10am – 5pm. $15. Olympic Stadium, 4141 Pierre du Coubertin. 514-286-1522   salonchalet.ca

Montreal Bike Show • Feb. 15-17
Fri. 12-9 pm, Sat. 10 am-6 pm, Sun. 10 am-5 pm. $12. Place Bonaventure, 800 de la Gauchetière.
514-931-3336   salonduvelo.com 

Helvetia Seniors Club • Thurs. Feb. 21
Music with Greg Innis followed by lunch. 11am-2pm. 6151 Monkland. 450-687-5256

Elvis entertainers • Feb. 22 – 23
Tribute to the 40th anniversary of the Aloha From Hawaii TV special on Fri., competition Sat. 8pm – midnight. $25, $40 for both nights. Royal Canadian Legion Branch 212, 7771 Bouvier, LaSalle. 514-637-5458

Intro to gluten-free cooking • Thurs. Feb. 28
Hosted by South Shore Community Partners Network and the Canadian Celiac Association, 10 – 11:30am. Free. Cynthia Coull Arena,
195 Empire, Greenfield Park.  450-466-1325

 Presented by the Jewish Public LibraryThurs. Feb. 14 • Yiddish Café presents Love is a Many Splendored Thing. 7:30pm. $5 members (advance purchase required), $10 non-members. Refreshments served. 5151 Côte Ste. Catherine
Sat. Feb. 16Blank Bullet, a film by Haim Bouzaglo. Hebrew, Spanish, Arabic with English subtitles. 8pm. $10 members, $15 non-members. Segal Centre: 5170 Côte Ste. Catherine  514-739-7944
Sun. Feb. 17 • PJ Library & the JPL present: Purim Magic featuring Koodio. Free. 11am – noon. Or Shalom, 96 Fredmir, D.D.O.
RSVP required: shirleydayan@jplmontreal.org.
Thurs. Feb. 21 • Launch of Pierre Anctil’s book Jacob-Isaac Segal 1896-1954 with poems and songs in Yiddish and French. 7:30pm. $5 members (advance purchase required), $10 non-members. 5151 Côte Ste. Catherine
Sat. Feb. 23By Summer’s End a film by Noa Haroni. Hebrew with English subtitles. 8pm. $10 members, $15 non-members. Segal Centre: 5170 Côte Ste. Catherine  514-739-7944
For more information on these events: 514-345-2627   jewishpubliclibrary.org

To have your event published in March, email us by February 20 with What’s Happening in the subject line. editor@theseniortimes.com

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