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publication_date 9 September 2021

Our great nature festival is back in force this year with a revisited program. A day filled with activities to make you (re)discover the beauty of nature that surrounds our city and  to educate the whole family about the importance of taking care of our beautiful Quebec flora and fauna.

On the program: entertainment, shows, workshops, amazing activities, food and eco-responsible market, and much more!

This year’s event will take place on September 11, 2021, at Parc Harpell and Parc Lalonde.

From 10 am to 4 pm, at Parc Harpell:
– Eco-responsible Zone: Visit the new Eco-responsible Zone and discover products, solutions or information to help you reduce your ecological footprint on a daily basis. Don’t miss the Zero Waste Appartment and our workshops on how to create your own 100% natural cleaning products. See concretely how it is possible to adapt to the zero waste lifestyle at home (presented by the Association Québécoise Zéro Déchet).

– Discovery Zone: Hold a reptile in your hands, catch yourself trying slacklining or escalading, or even take part in a flight of butterflies! The Discovery Zone promises fun for the whole family.

From 9 am to 2 pm, at Parc Lalonde:
– The Ste-Anne Market has prepared a mini-edition of the Garlic Festival for the occasion!

From 4 pm to 9 pm, at Parc Lalonde:
– Don’t miss the outdoor live music shows presented by SDC Rue Ste-Anne.

Get ready for a surprising day, quite naturally Sainte-Anne!

IMPORTANT: Following the new governmental guidelines, it will be mandatory for anyone aged 13 and over to present a vaccination passport in order to be able to enter the site (with the exception of the Marché Ste-Anne).
For all information relating to the vaccination passport, visit the government website.

Be eco-responsible! Bring your reusable water bottle and your reusable bags for your shopping.

See the complete program

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