The fourth edition of the Naturally, Sainte-Anne flagship event will take place this Saturday, September 15, from 10 am to 4 pm.
A full day of activities for the whole family that will allow visitors and locals to discover or rediscover all the natural treasures of the City. For a hassle-free day, visitors are welcome to park their car free of charge at John Abbott College – located at 21275 Lakeshore Street – and board the free shuttle bus offered for the occasion. This is the easiest and most effective way to enjoy, for free or at a reduced cost, all the tourist attractions of the City (Ecomuseum Zoo, Morgan Arboretum, Paddle Mac, Montreal Aviation Museum, CÉGEP John Abbott, Macdonald Farm, Ste. Anne Market and rue Sainte-Anne businesses).
In addition, cruise operator Navark proposes an hour-long ride on Lake Saint-Louis starting at 1 pm. This is a unique opportunity to discover the naval heritage of the area and enjoy an incomparable view of the Village of Sainte-Anne. For this activity, tickets can be purchased both in advance at navark.ca and on the day of at the booth located on the Canal Boardwalk. Visitors will find activities for young and old on the beautiful rue Sainte-Anne. Performances, music, arts and public entertainers will share the pedestrian street with booths, workshops and conferences of “Ecology Day”, an ecological fair organized in conjunction with Naturally, Sainte-Anne.
On September 15 th, summer lives on at Naturally, Sainte-Anne! A complete list of the activities offered by our local partners and the schedule of the day are available online at www.sadb.qc.ca