Saturday, September 23, 2017

Bennett’s Theatre


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Opened in 1907 on the north side of Ste-Catherine at City Councillors St. It was the first theatre in Montreal built specifically for vaudeville, by Bennett’s Theatrical Enterprises Ltd. Renamed the Orpheum in 1910. From its beginnings, the theatre also showed moving pictures. It became a double-feature film house in the 1940s, then was home of the Théâtre du Nouveau Monde company before it moved into the old Gayety Theatre. Demolished in the 1960s.


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Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Théâtre Français


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Opened in 1884 on the south side of Ste-Catherine at St-Dominique St. Name changed to Billy Moore’s Lyceum, and Sara Bernhardt performed here in 1905. Loews chain in New York renovated the theatre in 1920 and renamed it Loews Court. Its name changed back to Français in 1924. In 1960, it began showing only French-language movies. Became Eros, a porno theatre, in 1970. Closed in 1981. Reopened as Club Metropolis in 1986.

On September 17, 2017 it reopened as a concert venue named M TELUS after a wireless provider.


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Wednesday, September 13, 2017

The Night of the Galleries - 2017



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On September 16, 2017, discover the galleries of the Old Port of Quebec until Quartier Petit Champlain during the 13th edition of the Nuit des Galeries.

https://nuitdesgaleries.com/


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Tuesday, September 5, 2017

Tall Ship Oosterschelde


Pop the champagne! We did it! We won the Rdv2017 trans-Atlantic race from Halifax to Le Havre!

Captain Arian reports: "Warren at the helm when we we passed the finish line south of Eddystone lighthouse, off the coast of Plymouth UK at 16:02 UTC. First in class A and overall. A huge thanks to the crew!!!"

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Friday, August 25, 2017

Rendez-Vous 2017 Tall Ship Atyla


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The wooden schooner ATYLA was built by hand in Spain between 1980 and 1984. She was designed to look like the sailing vessels from the 1800s and built with the intention of circumnavigating the earth and then becoming a training ship. Although she never did that trip and instead sailed around Spain for almost all her life, in 2013 the nephew of the original owner took over and decided to finally dedicate her to international sail training.

They even have a watch leader program to help youngsters practise leadership. Her captain Rodrigo and the rest of the crew are well known among the tall ships fleet for their friendly and outgoing nature. ATYLA won the Friendship Trophy in the Black Sea Regatta 2014.

Class: B

Nationality: Vanuatu

Length: 24.28 m       

Height: 26.50 m          

Rig: Staysail Schonner 2       

Year built: 1984

Official website: Atyla


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Sunday, August 20, 2017

Rendez-Vous 2017 - Saint–John, NS


Tall Ships in Saint-John from August 18 to 20, 2017

Lord Nelson
When and If
Picton Castle
St Lawrence II
Mist of Avalon
Europa
Spirit Of South Carolina
Wylde Swan
Bowdoin
Fair Jeanne


Saint-John Festival of Sail


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