Dans la Metropole September 21stEpisode

Carnaval des Couleurs

October 5th– October 8th
Saint-Catherine Street East
This Canadian Thanksgiving, the Carnaval des Couleurs offers everyone the opportunity to discover the talents, cultures and flavours that shape Montréal. The Carnaval features  includes visual arts, fine crafts, family activities, and plenty of delicious food options. DJs, bands, groups and artists form a cornucopia of cultural diversity at the Carnaval des Couleurs, Saint-Catherine Street East.

For details, visitcarnavaldescouleurs.org.

POP Montreal International Music Festival

September 26th– September 30th
Le Plateau-Mont-Royal
Enjoy the beat at the The POP Montreal International Music Festival, a five-day event showcasing independent music and art. Now in its 17thyear, POP Montreal features more than 450 bands, celebrating artistic talents from around the world!  A gathering for musicians of all kinds, it keeps music fans and creative minds of all types entertained.
Go to popmontreal.comfor more information.

Montreal Model Train Exhibition

September 29th– September 30th
Sun Youth Centre
And all aboard… The Montreal Model Train Exhibition features the largest collection of model railroads in North America… Some trains can be operated by children, as well as the general public. See more than 40 models on display, including Thomas the Tank Engine, and Harry Potter’s Hogwarts Express! Proceeds of this exhibition go towards the Sun Youth Organization, to benefit the community and people in need.
For information, visitmontrealmodeltrainexposition.com.
Written by Mikaela Clary
Coordinated by Paul Larson