As the cities of the North Shore prepare for creepy nights and clouds of bats one city decided to warm up in an Hola kind of celebration.
A few days before October 31, the City of Boisbriand invites citizens to register for the horribly sympathetic family animation, under the theme of the Mexican tradition of the Day of the Dead which will be held on October 31, between 5 p.m. and 9 p.m., at the Nature Interpretation Center (480, rue de Chavigny).
The program includes: Distribution of sweets on the trails for all costumed children, DJs, entertainment and meeting with spectacular characters
A Mask competition will also be held and participants are asked to be original while respecting the wearing of a mask! This should cover the nose and mouth. Prize draw among the participants whose masks have attracted the attention of the organizers. The activity is reserved for residents of Boisbriand. Participants, including accompanying adults, must register and present themselves at the time of reservation. Latecomers could be refused access to the site.
Masks are compulsory for all and vaccination passport compulsory for persons 13 years of age and over, with identity card. Visitors are invited to park their vehicle behind the Terrasses Boisbriand shopping center, at the corner of ch. de la Grande-Côte and boul. from the Grande-Allée. To increase creepiness and safety participants are asked to bring flashlights.