September, Thursday 27th.
8:00 p.m: Le Winston Band at Valhalla Inn. (1 Valhalla Inn Rd, Thunder Bay, ON P7E 6J1)
Come and travel a little bit with Le Winston Band. The Quebecer band will take you between Quebec and Louisiana with cajun/zydeco music.
Don’t miss it!
* Cash bar 19+
September, Friday 28th
7p.m: Highschoolers will have their own evening to dance to original, vibrant tunes from DJ UnPier at L’École secondaire catholique de La Vérendrye.
*RSVP: (807) 684-1965
8:00 p.m: “La grande séduction” will be projected at Paramount for those who are more of the movie-style. This Quebecer movie will be in French with English subtitles so there are no excuses to miss this classic! A Q&A will follow to discuss the reality of language minority communities.
“To survive, a dying fishing village must convince a young doctor to take up residence by any means necessary.”
September, Saturday 29th.
Last but not least, don't miss our “all afternoon long” festival on Van Norman Street on Saturday the 29th!* Shows, fun activities, art exhibitions and vendors will give you the opportunity to (re)discover and celebrate French-Canadian's heritage and cultural diversity. Yes, there will be poutine as well as many other traditional dishes!
All are welcome to attend this free event, the only requirement being an interest for French culture and language!
2:00 p.m: Franco-Ontarian band ARIKO will set the stage on fire with their show "Coup de foudre SALUT !". Ariko’s performances engage audiences of all ages with interactive rhythm, song and dance activities. Rooted in traditional music, their dynamic repertoire is coloured by zydeco, jazz and popular genres. Let yourself be recharged by the positive energy of this family group!
*Please note that in case of rain or inclement weather, Saturday activities will take place at L’École secondaire catholique de La Vérendrye