Verdun, March 21
From March 21st to 24th, the 9th edition of the Cabane Panache et Bois rond festival will take to the streets of Wellington.
With just two weeks left in March, spring is just around the corner. To help get friends and family outdoors, comes the ninth edition of Verdun’s Cabane Panache et bois ronds. Do you like maple syrup, bacon and outdoor free concerts? And honestly, who doesn’t, am I right? Well then, this is the place to be this weekend.
Happening over four days, Wellington street, in front of De L’eglise metro station, will be showcasing traditional foods, desserts, and artisan goods exclusive to the area. With a range of affordable dishes and specialties for all tastes, and let’s not forget maple taffy on the snow. The drinkery will help warm you up with some hot beverages, and a variety of Canadian whiskeys, mixed drinks and beer.
Activities such as axe throwing, boot hockey, and tug-o-war will be there to entertain all ages. If you’re looking to learn something new, there will be workshops, art exhibitions and documentary films helping you dive into the history of Quebec. Throughout the day on the main stage, balconies and some secret locations, you’ll be able to catch local musicians and groups, so get your dancing shoes on.
Wellington street will be partially closed for the event, while the metro system takes you directly into the festival grounds. Grab your plaid jackets and toques and head on down!
Thursday March 21st 2019 : 5:00 p.m to 9:00 p.m
Friday, March 22nd 2019 : 5:00 p.m to 10:00
Saturday March 23rd 2019 : 11:00 a.m to 7:00 p.m
Sunday March 24th 2019 : 11:00 a.m to 5:00 p.m
Written by Samantha Morris