July 13 - August 7 FOFA gallery presents Solitary
Crowding, Momoko Allard’s photographs of
nightly Tokyo train rides at 1515 St. Catherine W.
Info: 514-848-2424 x 5467
Until the end of September the Westmount Historical Association
presents a selection of 12 photos from
their archival collection at 4333 Sherbrooke W.
Until September 27, the Montreal Museum of
Fine Arts presents Expanding Horizons: Painting
and Photography of American and Canadian
Landscape 1860-1918 at 1379 Sherbrooke W.
July 14, August 11, September 8 at 6pm Hope and
Cope hosts its potluck supper for cancer patients,
survivors, families and friends at the Hope and
Cope Wellness Centre, 4635 Côte Ste. Catherine.
Wednesdays The Teapot 50+ Centre, 2901 St
Joseph, Lachine, host lunch, foot clinic, tap dancing
and tai chi. $3. Info: 514-637-5627
July 29 -August 17 Circles and Squares Dance Club
and Volunteer West Island hold square dancing
lessons for seniors on Mondays, at 35 Maywood.
No partner necessary.
Free. Info: 514-457-5445
Mondays from 5:45pm-8:25pm Concordia Toastmasters
Club offers a course to master the skills of
effective communication in a supportive environment.
SGW campus,Henry F. Hall Building, 1455
De Maisonneuve W, room H-760.
Monday-Thursday from 10am-11am South Shore
Community Partners Network will continue its
low impact exercise program in the summer at
August 29 from 10am - 8pm and August 30 from
10am - 6pm Pointe-à-Callière holds its 18th Century
Public Market, a festive marketplace that features
authentic foods and products and offers a
glimpse of life during the French Regime at Place
Royale and around the museum.
July 25 and 26 the Montreal International Dragon
Boat Race Festival takes place at the Olympic
Basin in Parc Jean-Drapeau. Live entertainment,
arts and crafts, children’s drawing contest, and
vendors. The festival attracts over 200 teams from
North America. Free.
July 20 at 7:30pm AMI-Quebec holds a free support
group for people living with mental illness
(depression, bipolar, hoarding,OCD, schizophrenia)
at 4333 Côte Ste. Catherine July 22 at 6:30pm
the organization holds a support group for caregivers
of people with a mental illness at 10
Churchill, suite 105. Info: 514-486-1448
Until November 15 the Biodôme presents VIP
Visitors from Madagascar, an ecosystem typical of
the east coast of Africa will be recreated in the
heart of the biodome.
Until November 1 at 10:30am and 1:30pm the
Botanical Gardens offers guided tours of the outdoor
gardens at 4101 Sherbrooke E. Free.
Info: 514-872-1400, 514-484-0223
Fridays from 11am-3pm John Abbott students in
collaboration with Volunteer West Island host a
brunch and bingo at Ste Anne Church, 1 de
l'Église in Ste Anne de Bellevue. $5.
Info: 514-457-5445 x 230
July 15 and August 19 at 5:30pm Temple Emanu-
El Beth Sholom will hold their summer marriage
information meeting. Couples considering intermarriage
or conversion by one partner before
marriage are invited to attend.
July 18 and 19 at 8pm and 11am Music Camerata
present a varied programme of works by Dohnayi,
Grieg and Sibelius on the piano, at the Old Brick
Church in West Brome. Free. Info: 514-263-3246
The West Island Chorus, an award-winning four part
harmony barbershop chorus for women,
affiliated with Sweet Adelines International, is
holding auditions for new members.
July 8, 15, 22, 29 & August 5 at 7:30pm the Orchestre
Metropolitain, Angele Dubeau, La Pieta,
Quartango, the Montreal Chamber Orchestra,
Opus Lib and others perform at Centre Pierre-
Charbonneau, 3000 Viau. Info: 514-899-0644
August 12 Randy Bachman and Burton Cummings
performat Théâtre St. Denis, 1594 St. Denis.
Saturdays from 10am-3pm Saint Antonin Parish
holds a rummage sale at 4915 Earnscliffe.
Thursdays from 11am-2pm St George’s Anglican
Church holds Boutique St. George at 1101 Stanley.
Saturdays from 10am-noon, Beaurepaire United
Church opens their Bargain Basement at 25 Fieldfare
in Beaconsfield. $2. Info: 514-695-5448
July 8-24 Players Theatre presents I am I, a dark,
comedic, Rock n’ Roll play at 3480 McTavish.
Citizen Advocacy is looking for a volunteer to
socialize with a 91 year old woman. They are also
looking for someone to keep a very pleasant man
in DDO living with Parkinson’s and Lou Gherig’s
Disease company on Thursday afternoons.
CLSC René-Cassin is looking for volunteers for its
drop-in centre to animate activities and stimulate
those who have experienced a loss of autonomy.
Info: 514-488-3673 x 1351 or 1354
The New Hope Senior Citizens’ Centre in NDG
needs volunteers with cars, to drive seniors or to
deliver Meals on Wheels. 40 cents a kilometre is
paid for fuel. Info: 514-484-0425
Info-Abuse Line and Care Ring Voice Network
need volunteers to answer their phone lines.
Minimal computer skills required.
Info: 514-484-7878 x 1473 or 1436