THE FALL FESTIVAL CONTINUES AT MONT SUTTON
DON’T MISS THE ACTIVITIES PLANNED FOR THANKSGIVING WEEKEND!
SUTTON, October 3rd, 2022 – The Fall Festival is a memorable success this year and it’s not over yet! With the colors that are now at the rendezvous, it is the perfect time to come and spend some good time outdoors at Mont SUTTON.
The perfect weekend to enjoy Thanksgiving
The activities offered during the Saturdays and Sundays of the Fall Festival will also be especially in service on Friday October 7th and Monday October 10th for the Thanksgiving long weekend. Thrill-seekers will have the chance to take a ride on our giant zipline and our zipline coaster, as well as try their hand at mountain biking. Outdoor enthusiasts will also be delighted with a game of disc golf or even a chairlift ride to admire the beautiful colors of the season.
Not only are there activities to charm the youngest ones brimming with energy such as our mini hebertism courses accessible at the foot of the slopes and at the end of the chairlift, but the older ones will also find their happiness with a tasting of local wines presented by the Wine Route. Indeed, it’s time to get out your taste buds to come and taste the various wines of the region’s vineyards allowing you to discover the many vineyards of the region.
Free musical shows for all
When you say festival, you say musical experience not to be missed! Indeed, a multitude of shows will take place every weekend as part of the Musical Saturdays and Jazz Sundays. A special performance will also be offered on Monday, October 10, Thanksgiving Day, featuring Édouard Lagacé, a local artist who has wowed many during his time on The Voice and Star Académie. Musical Saturdays will feature local artists Afterglow (October 8) and Pierre-luc Belval (October 15), while Jazz Sundays will present our favorite jazz artists, including the Ensemble Jazz Almut (October 9) and the trio Prud’homme, Sela and Hynes (October 16).
Sport for health
This is your chance to put on your running shoes, get active while also supporting the Mind on Health Challenge. The challenge will take place from October 7 to 10 and gives participants the opportunity to climb Mont SUTTON, alone or with a team, to help build hope in mental health. With a clear goal in hand, it is possible to raise funds to support people suffering from mental health problems and their families and motivate each other keeping active since it is good for both physical and mental health. There is no better reason to come and do physical activity at Mont SUTTON!
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