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What’s Happening February 2009


Saturday February 7 from 10am - 2pm, St. Clement’s Church will hold a book sale at 4322 Wellington. Info: 514-769-5373

Saturday February 7 at 6pm, St. Aidans Church will hold a chicken stir-fry supper and penny fair at 6250 Hamilton. $10. Info: 514-762-9912

Saturday February 14 at 6:30pm, the Royal Canadian Legion, Branch #94 will hold a St. Valentine’s supper and dance at 205 Empire. $13. Info: 450-466-0308

Saturday February 14 from 10am - 2pm, St. Clement’s Church will hold a Valentine, St. Patrick, and Easter sale at 4322 Wellington. Info: 514-769-5373

February 17 and 20 from 9am - 8pm, St. Charles Parish will hold a flea market at 2115 Centre. Info: 514-937-5576


February 21 at 8pm the Single Person Association will hold their Singles Mix and Dance Party. Free line dance lessons will be held at 7pm before the dance at St. Catherine Laboure Church, 448 Trudeau, corner Clement in LaSalle. $12. Info: 514-366-8600

Tuesdays at 7:30pm, The Carmina Choir meets at Unitarian Church of Montreal. New members are welcome. Audio aids are provided to supplement rehearsals. Info: Keith Robinson 514-931-9028 or Brian Brice 514-843-6497


Saturday February 7 at 8pm, Young, Gifted, and Black will perform at Oscar Peterson Concert Hall, 7141 Sherbrooke West as part of a black history showcase. Info: 514-848-4848

Saturday February 7 at 3pm Alaya Sting Quartet will perform at St. Clement’s Anglican Church. Recitals are open to everyone and free of charge. Donations welcome. 4322 Wellington. Info: 514-769-5373

Sunday February 15 at 8pm, Eyal Golan will perform at 8 pm at the Oscar Peterson Concert Hall. He was named the best Israeli singer of 2008. $50-$80. Info: 514-941-4450

Thursday February 19 at 7pm, the Yellow Door will host a poetry and prose reading, 3625 Aylmer. $5. Info: 514-939-4173


Mondays in February take the grandkids to meet Caillou and the Innu! at the Biodome. Activites incude storytelling and expeditions through ecosystems and a chance to take a picture with Caillou. 4777 Pierre-de-Coubertin. Info: 514-868-3000 or

Until February 15 Mile End gallery presents an exhibit of art work on the human body called Le Corps Humain. 5345 Parc. Info: 514-271-3383


February 11 to 21 at 8pm, Theatre 314 will present Alan’s Search for the Best Girl in Montreal at 10 des Pins W., Suite 314. A dark comedy full of sex and aesthetics. Alan seeks the ideal woman, but with Mom living under his bed, will he find her? Adults $17 / Students $12. Info: 514-501-3232

Until February 14, Wednesday to Saturday at 8pm, Tuesday Night Café Theatre presents Never the Sinner at Morrice Hall, 3485 McTavish. Set in 1920s Chicago, the play focuses on the murder trial of Leopold and Loeb. $8/students & seniors $6. Info: 514-398-6600

Tuesday February 24, McGill Programs in Whole Person Care will screen The English Surgeon, followed by a forum with members of the McGill medical community to discuss the meaning of healing and wellness in daily life. The film will be shown in Moyse Hall, 853 Sherbrooke W. $10/students and seniors $5. Info: 514-398-2298

February 27 to March 7, Thursday to Saturday at 8pm, the Lakeshore Light Opera will present The Gondoliers at the John Rennie Theatre, 501 St. Jean. $16 - $25. Info: 514-804-4900



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