Culture will be celebrated across the region

On the occasion of Culture Days

© Image courtesy – Josiane Farrand – The Action

The Journées de la culture will be celebrated from September 30 to October 2 everywhere in Quebec. In Lanaudière, activities are organized in the four corners of the territory. Here is an overview.

Birtherville

The unveiling at the Cuthbert Chapel on October 1. In collaboration with visual artist Yolande Harvey and a group of 11 young people from Place jeunesse Berthier, a permanent public artwork is being created and will be installed in the Cuthbert Chapel Heritage Garden. Like a small outdoor amphitheater, the business will also serve as a space for concerts, performances, cultural activities, and community gatherings.

JULIET

From September 30 to October 2, the sculptors team Crazy QuebecComposed by Patrick Levier, Yves Thibault, Melanie Sauvago, Odile Mandeville and Frederic Tremblay, they will present a straw and hay installation at Juliette on Place Bourget. This event is held in cooperation with the City of Juliet, which supports this initiative, as well as with NPO C . building area who accompanies the team of artists.

Residents are welcome to come and discuss with the artists on the morning of Saturday the first of October. You will be able to attend the installation live. After that, there will be a labor celebration around 1:30 p.m. on October 1. It is possible to follow the adventures of the sculptors via the Crazy Quebecers Facebook page as well as the Édifice C Espace Création page.

Friday 30 September

Evening of dance and music trad (presented as part of Seniors Day) – Les Petits pas Jacadiens | 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. in Antonio Barrett Park;

Opening of the new exhibition at La Ruelle des Artes When people talk – Cassandra Reynolds | 5 p.m. to 7 p.m., at Artists’ Lane (Place Bourget Sud);

Traditional Dance Evening (presented as part of the city’s cultural development agreement) – Les Petits pas Jacadiens | 7:30 p.m. to 9 p.m., at Place Bourget Nord.

Saturday 1 October

Mobile Print Workshop – Musée d’art de Joliette | 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. at Place Bourget Nord;

dance show Djata: Manden Talks – Ali Keita | From 2:15 p.m. to 2:40 p.m. on Place Bourges Nord;

African Dance Workshop – Ali Keita | 2:40 p.m. to 3:20 p.m., at Place Bourges Nord;

Musical Percussion and Shearing Workshop (Cultural Mediation) – Ali Keita | from 3:20 p.m. to 4 p.m. on the Place Bourges Nord;

musical show wisdom – Pascal LeBlanc | 1:15 p.m. to 2 p.m., at Place Bourget Nord;

wisdom (Cultural Mediation) – Pascal Leblanc | From 2:15 pm to 2:30 pm, at the Place de la Fresque (Place Bourget Nord).

Sunday 2 October

Large doll making and manipulation workshops – Théâtre de la Dame de Cur | 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. at Place Bourget Nord;

Visual Arts Workshop (painting, sculpture, drawing, electronic board, etc.) – Musée d’art de Joliette | 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. at Place Bourget Nord;

musical show A dream, as if we had wings – Musical Union Lanudiere | 2 p.m. to 3:30 p.m., at Place Bourget Nord.

Will introduce Louise Warren perennial. Mobile reading and writing workshop and read | Juliet Museum of Art 2 p.m. Information: louisewarren.com.

All program details are available on joliette.ca. Please note that in case of rain, activities will be canceled and will not be postponed.

Lavaltri

Municipal Library

September 30th from 9am: Launch of the Lavaltree Junior Stories collection. This will be an opportunity to attend a general reading of stories in the company of emerging writers. More than 100 students participated in the project. Among these texts, 15 texts were selected to create a collection of stories from Lavaltri’s Children.

October 1 at 10:30 a.m. and 11:30 a.m.: Inside the Library

Enjoy a VIP visit to the library, learn more about the work of the staff, the book’s journey before borrowing it, and more.

October 2, 1pm: Historic Conference: The Royal Families and the First Residents of Lavaltre

Jean Hito, President of the Lavaltri History and Heritage Society, is presenting this conference in order to learn more about the stories of the pioneering Lavaltry founders and families.

October 1, 10 a.m.: Mysterious school show

In this humor-filled presentation by magician Mark Trudel, we discover that every book in his library inspires him with magical action and instantly becomes a source of discovery, surprise, and wonder. Reservations are required at 9569-450586 or online.

House of fairy tales and legends

October 1 and 2 from 12 noon to 5 pm: Guided tours

A chance to discover the House of Tales and Legends with a storyteller who will learn more about the history and legends of the region.

October 2 3:30 p.m.: Time capsule 350

The Lavaltrie History and Heritage Society invites all young Lavaltrois to come and participate in the Time Capsule, in honor of Lavaltrie’s 350th anniversary. It will be possible to enter his texts into the time capsule that will open after 25 years, that is, in the year 2047.

Create a self-service in Lavaltree

October 1 and 2

Residents are invited to walk through the center of the village as well as between the organizations to discover giant paintings where they can release their creations for free.

Rawdon

Rawdon invites the public to walk the arts path to meet seven artists from various disciplines.

Here are the meetings that residents will be able to hold during this day:
• Guillaume Saladin (circus and performing arts)
• André Lacroix (pottery)
• Patrick Prevost (song and music)
• Chantal Locat (Visual Arts)
• Helen Sylvan (Writing / Peace)
• Julie Cossett (children’s illustrations/publishing)
• TRIK TRAK (Technical Training)
• Bernard Gallebo (tinted glass)

It is possible to consult the Arts Roadmap for details of the activities on offer and the various stops along the route at rawdon.ca/route-des-arts-derawdon.

Workshops and meetings are offered free of charge.

San Alphonse Rodriguez

On the occasion of Culture Days, Louise Warren will present perennial. Mobile reading and writing workshop and read. The meeting takes place on October 1 at the Maison des Arts in Saint-Alphonse-Rodriguez, from 2 pm to 3:30 pm. Free activity. Louise Warren will first present her innovative project of 99 Poetry Cards: The Genesis of the Project, presenting the contents of the box and the card plan. Participants who wish to do so will be invited to choose a card at random, to read it out loud and to show how this card is speaking to them in the present. For each card chosen, Louise Warren will add information about her creative process or elements of her personal legend. Workshop duration: 1:30 upon registration. Maximum of 15 people. Information: louisewarren.com.

Saint Beatrix

Dance for your Nature Discovery Workshop, October 1 and 2, from 11 a.m. to noon, in Monte-à-Peine-et-des-Dalles Falls Provincial Park (Sainte-Béatrix Gate).

Danse ta Nature offers a unique experience to reconnect with one’s own nature and the wonderful nature of the garden through the moving body and all of its senses being awakened.

Register at linstantdanse@hotmail.com.

Saint Charles Borrome

In keeping with the “high and powerful” theme suggested by Culture Tours, Maison et jardins Antoine-Lacombe offers a recreation of previous auctions. The event will take place at the Maison Antoine-Lacombe Gardens on Sunday, October 2, from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. In case of rain, the auction takes place inside the house.

Thanks to the auction, he learned the latest news from the Canton of Kildare from 1860 and attended the announcement of the sale of Maison Antoine-Lacombe. This is the year she first found herself at auction after the departure of the Lacombe family, the buildings’ first owners.

Relive this phenomenon by attending a seven to eight minute fish auction performed by professional actor Georges Cloutier. From 1 p.m. to 5 p.m., every 30 minutes, there will be auctions followed by a short history capsule to learn more about the weeping profession as well as the history of Maison Antoine-Lacombe.

For more details contact Maison et jardins Antoine-Lacombe at 450755-1113, sign up for our e-newsletter information technology Or visit www.antoinelacombe.com.

Saint Paul

In St. Paul, the municipality has made use of culture recorders to organize an “open house” day to invite citizens to discover the new library. The municipal library was moved and reopened in 2021.

That is why the Fernande Richard Library team invites all police to come and visit the library on Sunday 2 October between 1 pm and 3 pm. Outdoor activities and games will be held on site, door prize draws will be held and drinks and snacks will be served in association with Club Optimiste de Saint-Paul.

No registration required. For more information, contact the library directly at 450759-3333 or at biblio@saintpaul.quebec.

Information on Culture Days: www.journeesdelaculture.qc.ca

© Image courtesy – The Action

© Image courtesy – The Action

Saint-Paul’s Library will open its doors.

© Image courtesy – The Action

© Image courtesy – The Action

© Image courtesy – The Action

A concert will be held at the Concorde de la Lanudiere.

© Image courtesy – The Action

© Image courtesy – The Action

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