I’m a little behind on this seasonal segment. I wanted to set them for the first day of every season but excuses aside, its been kind of busy but its even better now because all the events are set and I can choose whichever ones I want. I might not make it to all the events but these are the select ones that have caught my eye and I will make an effort to go.
For autumn events, I only made it the MTL a Table event. To be fair, I ended up going to check out Sherbrooke Met La Table and some Halloween haunted houses. That’s just what happens, right? Sometimes we just discover other things and spontaneous decisions happen. This is what makes life so fun 😉
Now, we’re here! Some notable winter events was the Christmas Market that we had and although everyone wanted to go, we didn’t end up going. It could just be that there was no snow and no one particularly felt like Christmas was here.
But, we now have a little bit of snow on the ground. The below zeros are here so winter sure feels like its here also. What events are around, right? I feel totally out of the loop. Let’s get the research going! 🙂
Luminotherapy, Quartier des Spectacles
(Until January 31, 2016)
I go to Luminotherapy almost every year. The concept in what they are trying to portray is very unique. Sometimes, it does work better than others. I don’t think I’ve actually been more in love than the very first one I went to called ICEBERG and it was about the movement of the iceberg and glaciers. It was to send a message about global warming and the transformation of whats going up. After the Alaska cruise, my appreciation for it was even bigger. If you do want to check that post, you can see it HERE!
However, think about this year’s! Its literally a winter wonderland. We get to play on seesaws in the middle of the night in downtown. I think that is a pretty special moment. To take nice pictures, I’d have to go with a friend or two so maybe I’ll just take some street shots of people if I go alone. The exhibit is ending soon so I’d better schedule in that time ASAP.
Happening Gourmand 2016
We’ve been all about foodie events this past few months. I really enjoy it and honestly, I’m absolutely into finding new restaurant to try and blog about. Its a fun and eye-opening experience. This restaurant line-up actually is pretty cool. My friends and I had gone to Verses Restaurant back in November for MTL a Table and I’ve been to Vieux-Port Steakhouse and Modavie before foodie adventures blogging phase. If it was my choice, I’d want to try out Mechant Boeuf. I’ve always wanted to try Suite 701 but they never have a menu that I can eat due to allergies. I’m not sure I’ll have time to do all this though.
Exhibit: Dinosaurs Unearthed 2, Montreal Science Centre
(Until March 20, 2016)
Ever since I was a little girl, I loved dinosaurs. Its probably why I have an immense love for (almost) all The Land Before Time including the sequels. I’ve been actually eyeing this exhibit since I saw a pamphlet for it a little while ago. It ends right at the beginning of Spring so it works great for this segment. It does give me a little time to go check it out! I’ve missed a few really great exhibits in the year or two so I really hope I can make it to this one!
Exhibit: Investigating Agatha Christie, Pointe a Calliere Museum
(Until April 17, 2016)
I have a long ways away before finishing all of Agatha Christie’s novels. I’ve really only scratched the surface but I love her novels. Hercule Poirot is a fantastic detective character for one. I really would like to see the history and inspiration behind all of her work. This looks like a pretty cool exhibit. Plus, I work exceptionally close to this museum so maybe I’ll go check it out soon and report back 😉
Montreal en Lumiere & Nuit Blanche
(February 27, 2016)
I go to Montreal en Lumiere almost every other year. It has a pretty significant meaning since it was on a Nuit Blanche outing that my husband and I started our relationship 8 years ago. Aside from that, this year the highlight city is Shenzhen. Nothing concrete has been released yet for Nuit Blanche but some of the highlight events for Montreal en Lumiere look pretty great. I usually explore the art in the underground city and maybe they’ll have some foodie event that I can go check out 😉
Another intriguing event: Igloofest (for electronic music lovers to dance outside and enjoy the lovely winter)
Are there any fun events going around for the winter season (or summer depending where you are)?