Here are some restaurants and businesses offering home deliveries and/or take-out dishes and products.
This is a great weekend for having fun in the great outdoors! Not only that, you have the choice of sampling a brand new beer, visiting the public market in Granby or learning about the nomadic peoples who first roamed the region.
Granby’s Winter Market is back again! Load up on local produce – cheeses, meats, honey, ready-made meals, wine and many other regional products…
There are plenty of other things to do in Granby – a visit to the Granby Zoo, a cross-country ski trek at the Les Cèdres Golf Club, a walk around the Lac Boivin Interpretation Centre and maple treats at the Érablière Bernard sugar camp. And how about a stop at the Café Madame Hortense or Café de la Brûlerie - two cozy cafes that are part of the Cafés de village network?
Saturday, March 14 (9am-4pm) | Centre Notre-Dame, Granby
Have you had the chance to take a look at some of the suggestions in our guide 47 unforgettable moments to spend with your kids this winter. Spring is just around the corner but there’s still plenty of time to enjoy the last weeks of winter! There’s a wide choice of family-oriented activities – a hike up the Stoke Mountains, a day at Coaticook’s Parc de la Gorge, a visit to the Chocolate Museum, skijoring…Our guide will give you tons of ideas!
This temporary exhibition at the Sherbrooke Museum of Nature and Science transports visitors back some 12,000 years to when the first human beings roamed Eastern Canada. Learn about the daily lives of these indigenous nomads through artefacts from their era.
Until June 22, 2020 | Sherbrooke
On Friday, the Siboire microbrewery is inviting visitors to sample a brand-new beer, created in partnership with fellow craft brewers Noctem Artisans Brasseurs (Quebec City) and Lagabière (Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu). For further details and an exclusive sampling of this unique beer, you need only to show up at the Siboire site!
Friday, March 13 (from 3pm onwards)| Microbrasserie Siboire, downtown Sherbrooke
Did you intend to plan an outing on a fat bike this winter but didn’t quite get around to it? Or perhaps you have indeed cycled through the snow a number of times and are looking for some new venues? Here are seven places where you can go fat biking in the Townships.