Three fun-filled neighbourhood parties for Montreal families
Once again this year, the Marché Maisonneuve is offering Montrealers three new opportunities to celebrate local producers and artisans. On July 15, August 19 and September 16, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., clients are invited to visit the merchants on hand and take advantage of the family-friendly activities offered. It’s a monthly event that’s sure to fill you up with fun and discoveries!
A first summer market for young and old alike
On July 15th, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., families can enjoy Marché Maisonneuve’s first summer market and its activities for children, including inflatable and giant games. Older participants won’t be left out either, as DJ DEAF will be entertaining them from noon to 4pm. And a whole host of artisans will be there to delight visitors, including Au Septième Micro-pousse, with its micro-pods of broccoli, radishes, arugula, buckwheat, snow peas and many other vegetables; local garlic products from Ail de la montagne; delicious popcorn from bepOp gourmet; matcha from Groupe Sakao; empanadas from D’maïs; pâtés, mac and cheese and grios from Comptoir Plaza Créole; kefir, edamame and sauerkraut from Abundantia; a variety of sauces from Temaca; spreads, hot chocolate powders and melts from MIHKU chocolats et gourmandises; award-winning beers from the L’espace public brewery; pepper jellies and butter biscuits from Conserves MTL; hot sauces from Saveurs du sud; spreads, vanilla and chocolates from Prâline toi and kimchi from Madame Kimchi. A refreshment bar will also offer a menu of local wines, beers and ciders.
Two more events this summer!
Marché Maisonneuve will once again be hosting its summer markets on August 19 and September 16. In addition to the merchants and artisans listed above, Créolement Vôtre will be joining the list on August 19, offering patés, chicken and pork dishes, plantain chips and other Creole delicacies. DJ Kelly will be providing the musical entertainment. On September 16, Canelé Montréalais will be joining the festivities with its succulent canelés. Children can take part in an acrobatic bike workshop presented by Marguerite à bicyclette. And DJ Chicoine will get even the most reluctant dancers up on their feet.