Top 5 things to do in Montreal this March
1. Bio-art show
Transmutations | Vernissage | Centre culturel Henri-Lemieux | March 16 from 2 to 4 p.m. (exhibition runs until April 13)
Don’t miss Stéphanie Morissette’s new art exhibition, Transmutations, inspired by Darwin’s theory of evolution. Check out unique works that explore the worlds of biotechnology, genetic manipulation and transgenic species. There will also be a chance to talk with the artist herself, who will be on site during the vernissage.
2. Nuit Blanche explorations
Nuit Blanche | Locations and times vary | March 2
This year marks Montreal’s 16th annual Nuit Blanche, one of the most anticipated events of 2019. Nighthawks are invited to head out — use the metro, it’s open all night long — and enjoy some of the 200 cultural activities that will be taking place across the city, most of which are free. Don't miss out on museums, music and much, much more!
Check out the full schedule.
3. Game, set, match!
Soirée de jeux au Quartier Latin | Festival Montréal Joue | Quartier Latin – St. Denis St. | February 28 to March 10 starting at 8 p.m.
Liven up your evenings this month with a little friendly competition! Montreal’s Quartier Latin will be filled with games galore as part of the city’s Joue Festival. From video games to winter sports to quizzes, there are plenty of activities for everyone.
4. Career boost central
Salon Ma Carrière | Palais des congrès de Montréal | March 14 and 15 starting at 10 a.m.
Need a career boost? Whether you’re in job-hunt mode or just looking to see what’s out there, Salon Ma Carrière is a good start. The two-day career fair offers an opportunity to hobnob with different industry professionals, grow your network and add some new tools to your professional arsenal.
5. A breath of spring air
Quatuor Andara | Réseau Accès culture | Saint-Édouard Church | March 24 starting at 3 p.m.
Spring has sprung and Quatuor Andara, a string quartet of rising musicians on the classical scene, is celebrating with a free concert. The selected pieces, from the 18th through the 21st centuries, promise to capture the colour and liveliness of the new season. So come and enjoy the sounds of spring!
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