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Wondering what to do before the holiday marathon starts in earnest ? How about an outing to a museum, a jaunt around Magog on a Fat Bike, trying out an unusual winter sport or an evening excursion with the family ?
Sherbrooke’s Fine Arts Museum is currently showing an exhibition entitled La révolution Borduas : espaces et liberté featuring the work of one of Quebec’s most famous artists. Bourduas died 58 years ago, but this collection of paintings and photographs, some of which have seldom been shown in public, still speak to us today.
Until March 24, 2019 | Musée des Beaux-arts in Sherbrooke
Vie de Plein air in Magog, an establishment that rents out sporting equipment, has its grand winter opening this weekend – a great opportunity to hire a Fat Bike and pedal along the nearby bike trail ! Another option is to make believe you’re a kid again and rent a snow scooter. What could be more fun than that ?
Vie de Plein Air, Magog | Fat Bike rentals start at $17.39
Skiing with a horse? Wow ! That sounds fantastic and indeed it is. Ski Joering Stukely-Sud offers this unusual winter sport, which is becoming more and more popular in Quebec. The horse pulls you through the forest and as the skiers whizz along, they jump over little obstacles along the way. Everybody from novices to expert skiers can give it a try. Equipment rentals are available on site.
Ski Joering Stukely-Sud | $20 per person for one hour
Are you welcoming friends and family over the Christmas holidays but not sure what to serve them ? Our article entitled A Holiday Table 100% Local will give you plenty of ideas. Not only that, the menus feature local ingredients – an added benefit and the perfect opportunity to showcase products from the Eastern Townships!
Le Marais de la Rivière aux Cerises is offering a torchlit walk along one of its trails. The trail, which is illuminated by over a hundred lights, winds through the forested portion of the marsh and is accessible to all age groups. Warm up with a hot chocolate, on sale at the site.
December 21-22 and 28-29 - from 5pm-10pm | $3 per person or $7 per family (2 adults and 2 children). Free for those aged 12 or younger. (Cash only)| Entrance on chemin Roy
Please note that What to do this weekend will be taking a break during the holidays, but it will return for the weekend of January 12-13, 2019. In the meantime, you can check out our 25 suggestions for things to do with your family and friends during the festive season. No matter whether you’ll looking for a cultural event, a gourmet experience or something to do in the great outdoors, you’ll find something that will be right up your alley.