Accompanied by three musicians, Luce Dufault will present her show “Dire combien je t’aime” in a very intimate atmosphere.

The city of Rosemere is welcoming the beginning of autumn with a variety of cultural events which it hopes will attract residents and non residents.

 An evening of tales and legends

 

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On Friday September 30th, from 7 p.m. – 8 p.m. Francis Désilets will bring back to life the best traditional tales of the time, mixed with history and songs at the Recreation Department lawn, 325 Grande-Côte Road (inside church in case of bad weather). Storyteller, decorator, backpacker Francis Désilets is passionate about history, roots and origins. A native of Drummondville, Francis Désilets first studied history at UQAM before being transported by stories where the past and the present rub shoulders with the imaginary and the fantastic. The tale in the mouth of Francis Désilets, it is the tradition which does not mince its words. With his speech, this experienced storyteller takes the auditor on board and encourages him to travel.

A Library gone wild !

On Saturday October 1st from noon – 4 p.m. at the H.-J.-Hemens Library 339 Grande-Côte Road the city invites its residents to come and discover their program for the fall and winter. Video game tournament, introduction to ceramics, popcorn, board games, chess and history club, a draw and many other surprises are in store for everyone.

Luce Dufault in concert

Finally on Sunday, October 2nd at 7 p.m., accompanied by three musicians, Luce Dufaultwill present her show “Dire combien je t’aime” in a very intimate atmosphere. This event will take place at the Salle Lévis-Fortier of the Externat Sacré-Cœur in Rosemère. Born in Orléans, Ontario, her artistic journey, spanning two continents, is dotted with experiences and successes. It all started in Aylmer, at the age of fifteen, in a shopping center. She was singing with her back turned to the audience! It was with Stable Mates, her first group, that she toured the sanctuaries of Montreal blues. Her rhythm’n blues repertoire glued to her powerful voice has already earned her the esteem of the public.

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