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This Monday, spring is on its way and the weekend will prove it: it will be sunny and warm! We fill our lungs with fresh air, and we fill our eyes and ears with beauty, kindness and sweetness. Istré is teeming with activities and charming places to discover.

Attending a show at the Granada Theater

Friday March 18 8 p.m. Sarah Dufour

Sarah Dufour performs her songs on stage, once again highlighting her rare and infectious energy. Certainly recognizable through country/folk music with bluegrass accents, it leads us to its colorful texts, sometimes festive, sometimes intimate, but always unifying.

Saturday 19 March at 8 pm Ariane Moffat

“The idea for this little show comes from a need for musical and human undress. A desire to share my raw material in a bill similar to her condition at birth. A way to let words, melodies and sensations occupy all the space, alone on the boat, and the freedom to travel where my instinct will lead me.” Ariane Moffat

www.theatregranada.com

You can take a walk in the Cherry River Marsh and visit its exhibitions

This weekend it will be sunny and warm! Immerse yourself in spring with a walk on the Cherry River Marsh, in the heart of the abundant flora and fauna.

Take the opportunity to visit the wonderful exhibits on display at the Interpretation Centre.

Interactive Gallery Destination Marais: follow the guide

Immerse yourself in an immersive and interactive experience where you will learn a wealth of information about the ecological role of the Marais de la Rivière aux Cerises as a wetland, about its biodiversity and especially about the importance of its protection.

It’s a perfect introduction that will definitely make you want to set foot on our trails and see our ecosystem with new eyes.

between heaven and earthDesmarais Group: A look at the endangered birds of Quebec

The Desmarais Collection of Bird Sculptures on Wood includes 21 remarkable works of 23 birds listed in Quebec. It is the meticulous work of sculptor Louis Saint-Cyr and painter Brenda Fry.

With youby Marie-Michèle Desmarais and Renée Powell

For the first time, Marie-Michèle Desmarais – Le Nid Atelier and her mother, Renée Powell, meet for an exclusive exhibition inspired by nature and the animal world.

The craftsmanship of the calligraphy and black and white character of Marie-Michel Desmare’s famous charcoal drawings generate images that are unique and timeless. Using the lost wax technique, Renée Powell combines bronze, raw stone and driftwood. They shape the elements of nature to give birth to creatures full of grace. A totally natural mother-daughter bond where the art of the two blends beautifully.

All details in www.maraisauxcerises.com

Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in Richmond

On Saturday, March 19, at the Richmond Center for the Arts, a traditional St. Patrick’s Day performance will be held with the Music of the Way to Connolly’s Anse Cecilia, a group of five music students from Bishop University. Featuring a mixture of traditional and contemporary Celtic music, these artists combine talent and technique to create an exciting band for all ages.

the tickets : https://lepointdevente.com/tickets/celtic-celebration

Sunday March 20 Celebration day for everyone! Art Gallery, Irish Concert, St Patrick’s Day Parade…

Attending the show hair watch

At the Yvonne L Bombardier Cultural Center in Valcourt, live a unique public reading experience in complete privacy with poets Mathieu K. Blais, Veronique Grenier, Natalie Platt, Marido Pelque, Sarah Bretrand Savard and Melanie Noel.

You can also enjoy the pen of the latter, whose texts are accompanied by the pictures of Rene Bolduc in the installation the future is gone, Currently on display in the exhibition center.

This Sunday, March 20, 2 p.m. Ticket office at www.centreculturelbombardier.com

I wish you a happy holiday mates!

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