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25 November 2021

Holiday magic at the Atwater Christmas Village!

THE ATWATER CHRISTMAS VILLAGE IS OPEN! For this 5th edition, the Christmas Village welcomes 53 exhibitors among which a great offer of local food,...THE ATWATER CHRISTMAS VILLAGE IS OPEN! For this 5th edition, the Christmas Village welcomes 53 exhibitors among which a great offer of local food, decorations, body care, jewelry and much more! From November 25th to December 29th, it is THE destination for Christmas shopping! As every year, there will be concerts and artistic performances: choirs, live concerts, DJs or circus artists. Food lovers will be able to stop by the various restaurants and taste churros, cheese fondue, crepes or waffles, but also mulled wine and hot chocolate. The Elf Kingdom is back! In a beautiful Mongolian yurt, visitors can discover a miniature village and meet Santa Claus. The great novelty of this year is the movie-sled, with puppet shows and film projections. Every Friday, the return of the traditional gourmet nights : November 26th : Montreal Raclette Party December 3rd : Christmas in Alsace December 20th : Christmas under the sun December 17th : Christmas at the cabin Dates and opening hours for the Christmas Village November 25th - December 29th, 2021. Free entrance | At Atwater Market, on St-Ambroise Street. Open on November 25th from 4 pm to 7 pm From November 26t to December 29th, open Fridays from 5 pm to 10 pm, Saturdays from 11 am to 7 pm and Sundays from 11 am to 5 pm. Access to Atwater Market By car : 90 minutes free parking on the market's designated parking spaces By bike : 200 spots on the racks, year-round By metro: Lionel-Groulx station | By bus : 35, 36 or 108 Séecurity Entrance is free and open to all. Masks are mandatory. Please note that certain activities require reservation and the vaccine passeport. Christmas Village exhibitors 1001 Bulles (bath products) Ada Jade Bracelets (energetic jewelry) À les Sens Ciel (eco-responsible artisanal French pastry) Les Aliments Savvy Pantry (natural ready-to-eat dishes) Art Andina (alpaca wool products) Artiste Béatrice Grawey (objects and accessories) Les Audacieuses (epoxy resin jewelry) Au Voyage des Sens (soy wax candles) Baraque à frites (hot-dogs, french fries and poutine) Beelove (honey products) Le Canelé Montréalais (french pastries) Le Chalet Savoyard (fondue, raclette and tartiflette) CH Signature (textile products) Cocooning Art (pottery and decor) Cosmétique Mama Nature (natural cosmetics) Davids Tea (teas) Les Délices d’Arnaud (artisanal duck products) Didier BBQ Distrib. (BBQ accessories) Domaine Ives Hill (blackcurrant products) Eco-Cadeau (eco-friendly decor) Éditions Lo-Ély (bookstore for adults and children) Exfolia (soaps and bath salts) Ferme Florae (organic rose and saffron products) Fraserandson Rustic Creation (accessories for beer) Gabiba Foods (dehydrated home-made sauces) Le Gars Leathercraft (minimalistic design clothing) Groupe Stéphanie B. (beauty products) Gruo (hot cereal mix) Herbes au Soleil (cosmetics) Jean-François Bibeau (humorous family novels) J’Feel Mohair (mohair products) La Taverne (churros) Lettering avec Amour (custom handmade gifts) Loa Boutique (freshwater pearl jewelry) Luxure Gourmande (pastries and chocolate) Malté (spent grain-based hygiene products) Mariette Kanga (exotic jams) Mesdemois’Elles Nature (essential oils) Les Moutons de Richard (sheep wool products) Ôsataï (artisanal wood creations) P’tite Taverne (comfort beverages) Nina Ahrendt (danish Christmas decor) La Relève Girard (maple and apple products) Le Renard Noir (artisanal soap) Riptide Jewelry (jewelry and fashion accessories) Scruncheese (clothing and accessories) Soha & Co. (artisanal jewelry) Soins Altera Vitae (body care products) Terra Perma (farm and forest products) La Tête dans les pommes Inc (apple products) Violet Candle (vegan candles) Warizi Inc. (natural cosmetics) For more details on the exhibitors, click here. The Atwater Christmas Village is made in collaboration with La Lutinerie. PHOTOS OF PAST EDITIONS


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