22H Family Day will take place at the Nature Center, in Saint-Vinent-de-Paul, on Sunday, September 3.
From 10 am to 6 pm, this edition will be an opportunity to celebrate the end of the summer season in the largest urban park in the Laval department.
Note that the event will take place rain or shine. An array of free activities and shows await young and old alike.
The Little Geniuses area will be the perfect place to blow your mind while having fun.
We will find out how bananas can make music; We will learn more about butterflies and dive into the world of science and fantasy.
Let’s take action
On the “playground” side, the organization has made it their mission to create a paradise for young children, including plenty of inflatable rides, a Juracirque adventure, and make-up stations.
Walking characters and pedestrians on stilts will also animate the site.
And near the so-called “turbulence zone,” a heavy equipment fair from the city’s Department of Public Works will be the perfect opportunity for the most curious to venture inside certain trucks.
In addition, note that throughout the day many artists from the youth scene will perform on the site, including Caillou, Brimbelle, Simon Boulerice, Yannick Bergeron, Fredo le Magicien and Cirque Carpe Diem.
Close street and shuttle
For the occasion, a section of Parc Avenue will be closed to vehicular traffic and some adjacent streets will be closed to parking, in order to facilitate the celebrations in complete safety.
Note that residents of the area will be able to access their homes at all times upon presentation of proof of residency.
Finally, in partnership with the Société de Transportation de Laval, three shuttle buses will be made available to citizens who wish to take advantage of the alternative car park located behind the Center de la Nature. (BL)
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