Playing in the great outdoors, tucking into the Townships’ gourmet delights, staying in a rustic refuge… In our region, there’s never a shortage of things to see and do! Here are some suggestions for the coming weekend.
A Polar Beach Party in the Town of Brome Lake
Want to have some fun with the family in the great outdoors? Head straight for the Polar Beach Party being held on Douglass Beach in the Town of Brome Lake! A ton of fun awaits - bubble soccer, fat bike outings, free equipment rental (cross-country skis, snowshoes, snow scooters, skates), inflatable games, an ice rink on the lake, barbecued food and a bonfire. A shuttle service will also operate between the beach and the Brome County Historical Society Museum.
Saturday, February 1 (1pm-5pm) | Douglass Beach, Town of Brome Lake
A fondue dinner in the fresh air!
The Savo restaurant at the Place de la Gare in Sherbrooke has a terrace and this month it is offering fondue dinners in the fresh air, dubbed « Hot Tub » meals. Diners dip their meat and vegetables into giant pots of steaming liquid (the « hot tubs » in question) and they have the option of creating an even more delicious dinner by adding hot cheese, courtesy of Fromagerie La Station.
Saturday evenings until February 29, 2020| Restaurant Savo, Sherbrooke | Reservations required
Tubing and skating at Camping Aventure Mégantic
This Saturday, Camping Aventure Mégantic is organizing a day of family activities during which visitors can enjoy tubing and skating along a trail through the forest. As dusk descends, the site is illuminated, allowing families to continue having fun, even after dark. Families can also camp overnight, at a selection of cute (and downright cool!) accommodations.
Saturday, February 1 (12 noon-8pm) | Camping Aventure Mégantic