In Rosemère, an exciting and unique event is on the horizon this autumn, and everyone is encouraged to save the date. On Saturday, September 16, 2023, between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m., the Rosemère community will come together at the municipal library (339, Grande-Côte Road) to celebrate Harvest Day. This event, known for its festive atmosphere, health-conscious activities, and strong community support, promises to be a memorable experience.
A Day for All Ages:
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Harvest Day transcends mere event status; it embodies the communal spirit and the enchantment of the autumn season. Whether you’re a family with children, an aficionado of the arts, a culinary enthusiast, or simply seeking a good time, this event caters to everyone. Here’s a preview of what attendees can anticipate:
Workshops: Residents are invited to engage in interactive sessions that impart knowledge about sustainable farming practices and culinary arts.
Kiosks: An exploration of an assortment of local businesses and artisans showcasing their unique products and crafts. Rosemerites are encouraged to show their support for local entrepreneurs and uncover hidden gems.
Mobile Farm: Kids can get up close and personal with friendly farm animals while gaining insights into the indispensable role of agriculture in our community. It’s an opportunity for children to let their imaginations run wild.
Floreat en Arts: A voyage in the realm of art and culture through captivating exhibitions, mesmerizing performances, and interactive displays.
A Picturesque Venue:
The event will unfold against the backdrop of the Rosemère municipal library, nestled at 339, Grande-Côte Road. This location’s tranquil atmosphere and scenic surroundings provide the perfect setting for a celebration of abundance.
Giving Back to the Community:
Beyond the festivities, Harvest Day offers an opportunity to make a meaningful impact in the lives of those less fortunate. Attendees are warmly encouraged to bring along fruits, vegetables, and non-perishable food items to contribute to Moisson Laurentides, a vital source of food aid in the region. Generous donations will help ensure that no one goes hungry as the community transitions into the autumn season, spreading the spirit of abundance far and wide.
As the leaves begin their transformation and the air takes on a crisp edge, Harvest Day calls upon the community to come together, celebrate the local harvest, extend support to one another, and forge lasting memories. On September 16th, Rosemerites are invited to embrace the splendor of autumn at Harvest Day, strengthening community bonds and relishing the abundance that surrounds everyone.