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Family Workshops: a new way for families to discover the city!

Little Burgundy:  On the traces of the village of Sainte-Cunégonde

Set off on the search for a small industrial village, the vanished town of Sainte-Cunégonde. Our guides will help you follow the clues and find the traces of the village that still exist today so as  to discover its forgotten history!

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Our Family Workshops:
Our Family Workshops are a new walking tour presented by our volunteer guides and animators designed to discover and appreciate the architecture, the history and the heritage of Montreal, through fun and creative activities! The Family Workshops are geared to parents and children aged 5 to 12.  An Activity Booklet and pencils will be given to each child.

Practical Information:
Saturdays: 8, 15 and 22 September
Departure: 10 AM
Meeting point: the corner of Saint-Antoine and Georges-Vanier, near the Georges-Vanier metro station
Duration: 2 hours
Distance: approximately 1 kilometre
Visits are offered in French and in English
Visits will take place rain or shine
In order to ensure maximum enjoyment, we suggest a maximum of 3 children per adult

The tour ends at Stelco park, at the corner of Sainte-Cunégonde and Vinet, a ten-minute walk to Lionel-Groulx metro or Atwater market.

Adult : $10
Children : $5

Reservations are required. Please call Amélie Renouf at 514-286-2662 extension 26, or e-mail
Payment in cash only at the meeting point.

Advice :
Don’t forget to wear comfortable walking shoes and bring a hat, umbrella, sunscreen and water bottle!

Photo Credits : from left to right, Isabelle Corriveau (1-2) and Alexandre Messier (3)

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