Parks Canada BioBlitz Canada 150 activities at the Chambly Canal !
Create close links with nature this summer at the Chambly Canal by taking part in BioBlitz Canada 150! Jointly with experts, you will have the opportunity to take part in a national inventory of fauna and flora for the Country's 150th anniversary. These events are intended for nature lovers as well as families and groups of friends. An original way of exploring the canal differently while helping to protect our natural environment!
Near the Richelieu River, the Société nationale des Québécois de Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu invites you to the Place du Quai area for a varied program including family activities, tastings, musical shows, all topped off with spectacular fireworks.
In Chambly, come celebrate with the whole family at the Parc des Ateliers!
The Canada Day festivities will bring the Vieux-Saint-Jean and Chambly Canal’s Parc des Ateliers to life.
At the Parc des Ateliers, the Royal Canadian Legion Arras 34 invites the public to take part in family activities and to attend a parade as well as an official flag-raising ceremony.
In Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, enjoy entertainment for the whole family, attend the flag-raising, and cap off your evening taking in the fireworks, courtesy of the Fêtons le Canada committee.
Sur l’air de Chambly
New dates to come!
Outdoor shows at Parc des Ateliers
Every Wednesday from June 29 to August 10,
the City of Chambly,
in conjunction with Parks Canada, invites families to the Sur l’air de Chambly concert series in the Chambly Canal’s Parc des Ateliers.
Don’t miss the latest artists performing outdoors at the Chamby Canal’s locks 1, 2 and 3 in a unique festive atmosphere. Be there early!
June 28: Marie-Élaine Thibert
July 5: Dumas
July 12: Hommage à l’Expo 67
July 19: Jonathan Painchaud
July 26: Isabelle Blais et Pierre-Luc Brillant
August 2: Pierre Flynn
August 9: Dominique Hudson
Archeology month: Discover the Chambly Canal and the Fort-Sainte-Thérèse National Historic Sites
Every Sunday in August, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Throughout all of Archeology month in August, Les Amis du canal de Chambly invites curious people of all ages to discover the secrets of the Chambly Canal and the Fort Sainte-Thérèse National Historic Sites. This is the perfect occasion for learning about our history while having some well-deserved family fun!
The greatest brewing gathering in Quebec, Bières et Saveurs de Chambly’s festival is committed to be a showcase and a development vector for local microbreweries, vineyards, cider works and producers.
Each year, for 4 days, 60 000 visitors gather at Fort Chambly National Historic Site, near the Chambly Canal, to discover the products of over 110 exhibitors from all across Quebec. Music shows, a circus scene, cooking demonstrations, conferences and the renowned Grande Brasse, lead by Jeff Boudreault, make Bières et Saveurs de Chambly an absolute must in terms of late summer festivals.
In a festive atmosphere, the Défi Je Bouge
(only in French) offers three types of challenges: a 5, 10 or 21,1K run recognized by the Quebec Athletic Federation (Fédération québécoise d’athlétisme), a 5 or 10K walk and a 20K bike ride for the whole family.
A 1K run is also organized for children as well as a 1 km walk for persons with mobility impairment.
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