Here are some restaurants and businesses offering home deliveries and/or take-out dishes and products.
While these days, weekdays for many feel almost the same as weekends, nonetheless, here are some great ideas to make Easter extra special!
You might not be able to sit down for dinner at a sugar camp but you can still enjoy the tasty, traditional food associated with this time of year – pea soup, crispy « oreilles de crisse » (pork rinds) and ham with maple syrup….. Yum ! The following are six Townships’ establishments that offer a delivery service or meals to go.
Enjoy a ‘sweet’ weekend by treating your family to some chocolate ! There are 10 places in the Townships where you can indulge your sweet tooth by loading up on this all-time Easter favourite by phone or online. You can pick up your chocolate either from the establishment directly or have it delivered to your home.
All around the Eastern Townships, a number of restaurants and gourmet food stores are offering delivery services and/or take-away meals - a great opportunity to support local businesses! For further details, click here.
An author and psychologist specializing in the positive aspects of human life, Lucie Mandeville shares her thoughts on places and products that inspire her. Her advice on how to tune into the five senses can help us to cope with these challenging times.
Geneviève O'Gleman is a nutritionist and she has come up with seven delicious recipes incorporating local ingredients – just the thing to practise your cooking skills and boost your morale!
For those of you with a sweet tooth and who love the taste of maple, here are some mouthwatering suggestions. Alcoholic beverages, rillettes, spices, salad dressings, and desserts, are all available at gourmet food stores and boutiques in places that are part of the Cœur villageois des Cantons network. You’ll also find maple products in grocery stores and online.
The Musée de la nature et des sciences de Sherbrooke offers you the virtual exposition Faune Urbaine, The Musée d'histoire de Sherbrooke, Tous à vos machines, an exhibition about Sherbrooke industrial history and the Musée Beaulne, a virtual visit of The Community of Coaticook and the World Wars.
The entire team at Tourism Eastern Townships wishes you strength and courage to cope with this challenging and unusual situation. We’re well aware than many of you are going through difficult times. Please know that we are thinking of you.