Well read thanks to our libraries

If you are not “checking out” our two libraries then you are missing out. The Mont-Tremblant libraries offer a collection of 50,000 books, subscriptions to newspapers and periodicals, computer stations,…

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Big move for the Laurentian Ski Museum

Founded in Saint-Sauveur in 1982, the Laurentian Ski Museum (Musée du ski des Laurentides – MSL) will move, in 2022, into the former Banque Nationale building in the heart of…

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Offer an experience as a gift: Le Patriote

Le Patriote theatre and program The famous cultural institution, now completely renovated, has created a sophisticated, eclectic program that will allow people of the Laurentians to reconnect with the big…

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The Théâtre du Marais

This theatre, awarded the prize for the best artistic direction in the “60 shows and over per year” category and named the presenter of the year at the RIDEAU 2020…

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Two new schools in the forest

Between now and September 2023, a new educational institution will appear in the Mont-Tremblant landscape. Collège Laurentien of Val-Morin will move into a building to be constructed on a 90-acre…

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Holiday Season launch ahead

With December coming up fast, the Choeur Tremblant has a plan to help you launch your own Holiday Season ‘21. The Christmas concert – the choir’s first as a freestanding…

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Singing again: Hallelujah!

By Anne Johnston If you have happened to walk past the Église du Village playhouse on a weeknight sometime in past years, you may have heard some beautiful music wafting…

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Cultural events going live again

FESTI JAZZ MONT-TREMBLANT From August 6 to 8, some great names of Canadian jazz will be in the heart of downtown Mont- Tremblant for a long-awaited return. All are encouraged…

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Paquin & Fils (1955-2010) Souvenirs du Magasin Général

Paquin & Fils (1955-2010) Memories of a general store Ludger Paquin was born in 1900 in Escanaba, Michigan. The family came to settle in Saint-Jovite (now downtown Mont-Tremblant) in 1903….

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Remembering the rope tow

By Jeff Swystun Before magic carpets moved tottering children gently up bunny slopes, or highspeed quads whisked thrill-seekers to towering summits, there was the humble rope tow. Until it was…

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