Be fashionable, eat well and give generously during these happening events in Montreal.
This week Gen’s Delights covers all the excitement of YelloWeek , shops to raise funds for mental awareness at Let’s Bond – In vogue with HOLT Renfrew and succumbs to sweetness at the McCord Museum’s Sugar Ball held at Windsor Railway station !
YELLOWEEK brightens up Montreal for its 5th festive edition from the 1st to the 7th of May!
Veuve Clicquot is an international luxury brand, synonymous with elegance, sophistication and quality.
Hosted by La Maison Veuve Clicquot, YELLOWEEK celebrates art, fashion, food and culture by offering different gastronomic experiences and destinations for a totally ‘Clicquot’ adventure under the 2017 festive theme: Carnival!
Below, Gen’s Delights offers you a list of the best 2017 Yelloweek activities that will set Montrealers’ hearts bubbling:
Yellow BRUNCH: Held on Sunday May 7th at Buonanotte restaurant – the 6 services brunch is a much anticipated annual tradition!
Yellow TABLE: you are invited to sip champagne flutes while savoring an exquisite meal:
- May 2nd Jatoba
- May 3rd at the celebrated Atelier Joël Robuchon (on the premises of the Casino of Montreal),
- May 4th at Italian restaurant MKT
- May 5th at Maggie Oakes
Yellow FLUTE: By ordering a Veuve Clicquot flute from one of the participating restaurants below, you will receive a complimentary signature chef side dish.
Yellow NIGHT: Dance the night away on May 6th at Somwhr or Flyjin
Yellow TASTING: SAQ offers you the possibility to enjoy various tasting sessions:
- Saturday May 6th between 1 pm and 5 pm at Atwater Market
- Nuns Island May 7th from 1pm to 5 pm
Yellow BOUTIQUE: For those who love the Veuve Cliquot brand, during the whole month of May, a Yellow Ephemeral SHOP will be open at Alton Gray in Carrefour Laval
For more information, please visit: https://www.veuveclicquot.com/en-ca/yelloweek
Let’s Bond in style at HOLTS: raising funds for Mental Health Awareness:
Mental illnesses are common, normal, and most importantly, curable. However discussions surrounding it are often laced with fear and prejudice. Here in Montreal, change is underway:
Let’s Bond is a Montreal collective raising funds & awareness on mental health issues.
For their second glamorous edition. Held on May 3rd from 6 to 9 pm at the prestigious Holt Renfrew, you are invited to experience a unique and exclusive shopping experience in which you will be able to network with other like minded professionals while enjoying canapés, drinks & special treats to the beats of one of Montreal’s best DJs.
Presented by RBC, 10% of total sales during the night will be given to the Mental Illness & Douglas foundations. Over the past 5 years, it has helped raised over 400 000$ for the cause.
Tax receipts will be issued for purchased tickets and donations over $50.
Below , 2016 french promo video by Moetreal:
Come shop, dine and break the taboo surrounding mental health illnesses this Wednesday.
Tickets are available here: ➡️ https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/lets-bond-en-vogue-avec-holt-in…
Sugar Ball – Makes Montreal’s History Sweet for all!
The McCord Museum celebrates Montreal’s History and is the home of a unique collection of costumes, decorative art, aboriginal objects, paintings and prints that preserves our heritage.
Held on Friday May 5th at the Windsor Railway Station, The Sugar Ball is one of Montreal’s most anticipated young professional events. Currently on its 8th editions, the proceeds of the night go directly to benefit the museum’s Foundation in order to subsidize school visits and offer a reduced price to the Museum.
This program annually allows 10,000 elementary and secondary schoolchildren to discover the McCord Museum’s collections and learn more about their heritage: (stories, people and communities).
Each sugary edition brings together more than 1,000 young professionals between the ages of 25 and 45 who love Montreal and that are passionate about supporting the city’s history and culture.
Expect, a beautiful décor, live entertainment, tables laden with sugary treats, comfy sofas to rest on and excellent open bar service by Brahm Mauer Bar Services.
On Friday, May 5th at the Windsor Railway Station, be a part of the museum’s sweet history and come celebrate and help raising profits for the McCord Museum Foundation.
While tickets for the networking portion of the event is now closed, tickets for the Ball held from 10 pm to 3 am are still available HERE at the cost of $140