What’s Happening in Montreal in March

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Art exhibit • ongoing:
Mixed media by Dianne Brazeau, president of the Dorval Artists’ Association. Dorval Library, 1335 Lakeshore. 514-633-4000. dorvalartistes.org


Group exhibit • Mar. 12-17:
Equinox 2013 – multiple artists and disciplines. Tues. & Wed. 12-4pm, Fri. & Sat. 5-7pm, Sun. 12-4pm. Vernissage Thurs. 5pm. Galerie le 1040, 1040 Marie-Anne E. galeriele1040.com


Book, bake & jewelry Sale • Sat. Mar. 23:
9am-noon. Church of St. John the Baptist, 33 Ste. Claire, Pointe Claire.

Westmount Antiquarian Book Fair • Sat. Mar. 9
Books, old maps and prints. 10am-5pm $3. Trinity Memorial Hall, 2146 Marlowe. 514-935-9581 defreitasbooks.com/wbf.html


Wed. Mar. 13 • Nutrition, a Key to Well-Being – roundtable discussion with Véronique Ménard, dietician. 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
Wine and dine every other Fri. at 6:30pm in a variety of restaurants. 514-935-4880

Communicaid for Hearing Impaired Persons (CHIP)
Beginner, intermediate and advanced lip reading (speech reading) courses begin Mar. 5. Signed English every Tuesday (1:15-3:15pm). MAB building, 7000 Sherbrooke W. 514-488-5552 x4500 hearhear.org

Creative Social Centre
Tues. Mar. 12 • Music and the Brain with Sherry Steinberg, former Violinist, MSO. 1pm.
Stone Sculpture with Eugene Jankowski. Wednesdays 9-11:30am.
Drawing with Susan Mott. Mondays, 1:30-3:30pm.
See website for more activities: cscmtl.com 5237 Clanranald. 514-488-0907

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

Helvetia Seniors Club
Thurs. Mar. 21 • Alison Weinberger speaks on the hidden problem of elder abuse. Lunch follows. 11am-2pm. 6151 Monkland. 450-687-5256

Hope and Cope
Mourning Walk on Mount Royal Thurs. at 10am. Rain or shine. Take an invigorating walk, warm up over coffee or tea. 514-973-2254

Montreal Urban Hikers
Sat. Apr. 6 •
A walk in Park Extension with Lesley Luskey. 9:30am. Meet at the northeast corner of Beaumont and l’Acadie. $2 donation. 514-938-4910 montrealurbanhikers.ca

Montreal Zoological Society
Tues. Mar. 12 • Glimpses of Australia with Ian Macdonald. 7:30pm. $5. 1200 Atwater. 514-845-8317

Single Person’s Association
Sat. Mar. 23 • St. Patrick’s dance. 8pm. 7771 Bouvier, LaSalle. 514-366-8600. total.net/~spa

The Teapot 50+ Centre
Tues. Mar. 12 •
The Dead of Winter by Peter Kirby. Refreshments. 1:30pm. 2901 St. Joseph, Lachine. 514-637-5627 teapot.org


Walking with poles • beginning Wed. Mar. 6
Offered by CSSS Cavendish, supervised by a kinesiologist. Physical questionnaire and evaluation given beforehand. 8-9am. $10 (poles supplied). Cavendish Mall. 514-484-7878 x1725

Fundraiser for Le Nichoir • Sat. Mar. 9
Presentation by nature photographer Christopher Dodds. 6:30pm. $20. John Abbott College Casgrain Theatre, 21275 Lakeshore, Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue. 450-458-2809 lenichoir.org

I Medici di McGill • Sun. Mar. 10
World premiere of Gabriel Thibaudeau’s Waiting for Brahms – composed for I Medici and inspired by Brahms’ Double Concerto for violin and cello. 4pm. Adults $20, students, seniors $10. 3449 University. 514-398-3603 imedici.mcgill.ca

Lakeshore Chamber Music Society • Fri. Mar. 15
Ensemble Morpheus presents interpretations of Schubert’s Adagio and more. 7:30pm. Adults $15, students and seniors $8, free for children under 12. Union Church, 24 Maple, Ste. Anne de Bellevue. 514-457-5280 lcmssmcl.ca

St. Patrick’s dinner dance • Sat. Mar. 16
Hosted by the Royal Canadian Legion 85/90 with Bernadette Irish Dancers and music by Donald Smith. 6pm. $10. 3015 Henri Dunant, Lachine. 514-637-8002. All are welcome.

St. Patrick’s Night • Sat. Mar. 16
Irish meal, music, dancing and more. 7pm. $15. St. Mary’s Parish, 125 Grove, Greenfield Park. 450-671-0416 info@saintmarysparish.ca

60+ St. Patrick’s Day • Sat. Mar. 16
Part of the Seniors Saturdays program. Featuring The Young Irish Dancers and folk singer Aleksi Campagne. 1:30-3:30pm. Freewill donation. St. Paul’s Anglican Church, 321 Empire, Greenfield Park. 450-672-0105

Classical duo • Sat. Mar. 23
Roland Arnassolon and Elias Axel-Pettersson play music by Mozart, Brahms and Ravel. 7:30. $12. Church of St. Columba by-the-Lake, 11 Rodney, Pointe Claire. 514-364-3027 stcolumba.ca

A Musical Sunday • Sun. Mar. 24
Concerto Della Donna’s benefit concert for St. Columba House’s after-school program. 3pm. $15, free for children under 10. Montreal West United Church, 88 Ballantyne N. 514-482-3210


Atwater Library
Fri. Mar. 15 •
Dr. Dana Hearne reads from the best of Irish poetry and fiction, accompanied by the music of Andriu MacGabhann and Patrick Hutchinson. 12:30pm
Thurs. Mar. 21 • David A. Wilson speaks on D’Arcy McGee. He will end his presentation by playing the Lament for the Death of the Hon. D’Arcy McGee, composed by James Stephens. 12:30pm
1200 Atwater. 514-935-7344 atwaterlibrary.ca

Jewish Public Library
Mon. Mar. 18 • Sayed Kashua presents his book Second Person Singular followed by an episode of his Israeli TV series Arab Labour in Hebrew with English subtitles. Free, registration required.
Wed. Mar. 20 • A Fiery Soul – The Life and Theatrical Times of John Hirsch with author Fraidie Martz 5:30pm. Free. Registration required, limited seating.
5151 Côte Ste. Catherine. 514-345-6416

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