The musts according to Claire Voisard
Claire Voisard

Director and Artistic Co-director L'Illusion, Théâtre de marionnettes

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Cinéma Beaubien

From February 27 to March 6, 2016

The Cinéma Beaubien is well known for the muffled atmosphere of its theatres and the quality of its programming, as well as for its innovation, being tuned into the community and its service to the community. These qualities make it the perfect host and partner for the Festival international du Film pour enfants de Montréal (FIFEM). This annual festival will take place during the school break in 2016, from February 27 to March 6, much to the sure delight of all young film buffs.

2396, rue Beaubien Est



Bibliothèque Marc-Favreau

Inaugurated in December 2013, the Bibliothèque Marc-Favreau is completely in keeping with the work by the creator of Sol, that philosophical down-and-outer adored equally by grown-ups and children. Human in its proportions, welcoming and generous, the Bibliothèque Marc-Favreau, with a firm footing in Rosemont–La Petite-Patrie, is open to everyone. It stands out for the wealth of its collections of literary works dedicated to young citizens and also for the quality of its personnel, attentive and devoted librarians.

500, boulevard Rosemont


Petits bonheurs

Each year Petits bonheurs invites us to get off the beaten path. Its rich programming, designed specially for children aged 0 to 6, is a discovery to be made with or without a child, for the originality and universality of its presentations. This year, in partnership with the borough of Mercier–Hochelaga-Maisonneuve, Petits Bonheurs is proposing a weekend of activities to mark Universal Children’s Day, which is celebrated annually on November 20. These activities include the Parcours des droits de l’enfant, an interactive circuit designed to sharpen participants’ awareness of children’s rights. Something to see and see again, since the exhibition is on until May 2016.

4200, rue Ontario Est


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