31 JAN to 28 FEB
- Free activities
Free snow sculpting activity
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TOHU, Parc Frédéric-Back and at home
This year more than ever, family entertainment is welcome for spring break. As usual, TOHU is offering Montreal families several surprising activities that will brighten up the first days of March. Lending cross-country skis and snowshoes to enjoy parc Frédéric-Back, free snow sculpting activities in TOHU's public square, virtual clown art workshops and a first series of podcasts are part of the program.
TOHU's free activities are presented thanks to the financial contribution of the City of Montreal.
For a third year, TOHU is offering the loan of cross-country ski and snowshoe equipment, allowing Montreal families to enjoy parc Frédéric-Back. With its two marked trails totalling 7.5 km, this park, unique in North America, is without a doubt the destination for outdoor activity in the heart of the city. A great opportunity to learn about these popular sports! In order to respect sanitary measures, registration is mandatory to borrow equipment. Parc Frédéric-Back is also accessible to those who have their own equipment.
The loan of cross-country skis and snowshoes is accessible only to residents of the island of Montreal and is part of the Active Park initiatives, a program powered by Sport et Loisir de l'île de Montréal (SLIM) and made possible thanks to the financial contribution of Kino-Québec and the Ministère de l'Éducation, in collaboration with the City of Montreal.
Ten time slots available per day, between 10 am and 4 pm.
Family bubbles for up to 7 people.
*Due to weather conditions, only the loan of snowshoes is available for the spring break, from March 1st to March 7th.
For the first time, TOHU is offering free snow sculpting activities in its public square. It's the ideal opportunity to let your creativity run wild while you create a short-lived work of art. Families can thus practice this unique art form that allows them to enjoy the joys of Quebec's winter. A pre-moulded block of snow and a few disinfected tools will be made available to participants. The free snow sculpting activity is accessible only to residents of the island of Montreal.
As a loyal partner of TOHU's spring break, Télé-Québec is pleased to join the initiative and will offer families from all over Quebec a contest related to the activity, on SQUAT. All the details of the contest will be available as of February 28th on squat.telequebec.tv.
3 slots of 90 minutes each: 10:00 am, 12:30 pm and 2:30 pm.
Maximum of 10 family bubbles of 2 to 5 people per slot.
*In French only
Les contes de la Falla are poetic tales with magical universes available as podcasts. This series of 8 tales written by Delphine Arnaud stimulates children's imagination, invites dreams and encourages reflection on the strength of humans and the elements that surround them. Wisdom, freedom, friendship, solidarity, patience, courage, magic and resilience are the themes addressed by the author Delphine Arnaud in Les Contes de la Falla. A journey full of hope!
With Les contes de la Falla, TOHU produces its first series of podcasts. Directed by La puce à l'oreille and Studios Bakery, Les contes de la Falla conveys the values of TOHU and the Falla de Saint-Michel, one of the major events of the organization.
With the participation of the Government of Canada.
Who says spring break at TOHU, inevitably says initiation to the circus arts! This year, TOHU is offering an online clowning workshop allowing families to discover this art form. Through a series of fun exercises, animator Philomène Lévesque Rainville will bring out the little and big buffoons in you.
It is suggested that you put red makeup on the tip of your nose or that you purchase a clown nose beforehand from our online boutique.
Monday, March 1st at 11 am and Wednesday, March 3 at 11:00 am and 1:30 pm.
Lasts 45 minutes. 20 people maximum per workshop.
Philomène Lévesque Rainville and Milva Ménard have been working in youth theater for more than ten years. They work as actors with many theater companies such as Tout à trac, Samsara Théâtre, DynamO Théâtre and Théâtre de Quartier. As cultural mediators, they take part in a multitude of projects with the Maison Théâtre and Une école Montréalaise pour tous, which allows them to create rich exchanges with young people from diverse backgrounds.
Philomène Lévesque Rainville: photo credit Julie Artacho
Milva Ménard: photo credit Marie-Pierre Coulombe.
Discover Résidence in situ Saint-Michel, TOHU's new outdoor exhibition. Photographer Caroline Hayeur went to meet citizens by showing them archival photos dating back to the 1960s in order to create a new image whose final result is a mise en abyme of similarities and contrasts. Convenience stores, low-rent housing, Metropolitan Highway, parc Frédéric-Back: her juxtapositions of images underline the character traits of this unique neighbourhood on the island of Montreal. With a lively and affectionate look, she has captured moments of daily life in which everyone can recognize themselves.
The Résidence in situ photography creation program, now in its 4th edition, is the result of a collaboration between Maison photo Montréal and the Archives de la Ville de Montréal, whose objective is to generate through images a dialogue between the past and present of a territory.
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