Virtual and strolling shows for Canada Day

Par Michel Thibault
Virtual and strolling shows for Canada Day
Émile Bilodeau (Photo gracieuseté)

The City of Chateauguay is presenting a virtual show to celebrate the Canada Day festival this Wednesday, July 1. St. Jean-Baptiste Day was feted in the same fashion.

Translation Dan Rosenburg

The municipality on Facebook broadcasted a Noir Silence concert live from the Pavillon de l’Ile on June 24. on July 1, local talents will be in the spotlight on the City’s Facebook page beginning at 7 p.m. The municipality is broadcasting a series of numbers with the cooperation of the Chateauguay and Valley Irish Heritage Association. The show is also being offered on the municipality’s You Tube chain.

Strolling entertainment

The City is also presenting a strolling show by author-composer-interpreter Emile Bilodeau on Friday, July 3 along the Chateauguay River. Bilodeau’s show-truck will leave Ye Olde Orchard Pub & Grill, 66 Salaberry South Blvd., at 7 p.m. His music will play along the river on Salaberry Blvd. until the Sauvagine Bridge. The concert will cross that bridge to then take D’Youville Blvd. until St. Joachim Church.

“In order to permit everyone to attend the presentation, people are invited to arrive on foot or on bicycle or even park their vehicles on the neighbouring streets, but not on Salaberry and D’Youville boulevards,” The City informed in a communique. “This consists of a one-evening event only; the show will not be the object of any video interception for broadcast on our social networks.”

In case of rain, the concert will be postponed until Saturday, July 4.

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