A festive summer at the Port of Montreal!
Now that the weather is getting warmer, the Port of Montreal is pleased to announce the return of several of its summer events after the pandemic.
Port in the city
Our roving Port in the City container, made to familiarize the public with often little-known Port of Montreal activities, is back!
Visitors will find a wealth of information on port operations and their impact on daily life, as well as a colourful logistics-themed game, free snacks and a contest to win a cruise. Visitors will also be able to take guided bus tours of the Port.
Our container will be touring many city events this summer. Visit it at:
The Port of Montreal’s Grand Quay on Canada Day, July 1
The Rentrée back-to-school sidewalk sale from September 1 to 4
Fireworks at the Grand Quay
An ideal place to take in Loto-Québec’s international fireworks festival? Commencement Square’s slightly sloping lawn at the end of Grand Quay in the heart of Old Montreal!
For the occasion, the festival’s official music will be played on speakers, and Adirondack chairs and picnic tables are available on site.
To check out the festival’s program, visit the website at: https://www.sixflags.com/larondeen/linternational-des-feux
Summer with our partners
All summer long, the Port of Montreal is supporting festive projects organized by its partners as part of its community investment policy.
Here is a look at what awaits you this summer:
Veiller au grain : un fleuve et ses pilotes
The Corporation of Mid St. Lawrence Pilots’ travelling exhibition presents the history of pilotage on the St. Lawrence as well as the profession and role of marine pilots.