Looking at this list – and thinking about COVID-19 really puts things into perspective – I’m going to guess that most things are going virtual – and you’ll have to check my latest Blog Post to find out.
But never mind – here WAS a quick list of upcoming – and to be reviewed of course – events happening in Montreal.
Winter 2020 – Skiing in Utah, then a trip to St. Croix to celebrate my hubby’s 70th birthday.
Which we did – and then we spent an unplanned 3 weeks on the island – hiding out from the Coronavirus.
As predicted back in April – the trip to Washington was canceled – as well as the Fringe Festival. And as of today and continuing at least until June 2021 – pleasure trips from Canada to the US are ‘off’. So no trip to Stowe either. Oh well – I’ll be blogging as best I can…
The plan that was – and isn’t happening now:
Spring 2020 – A Museum-centric trip to Washington, D.C. What could possibly be more fun than lots of free Museums? Free Museums and warm weather perhaps? Ah how we Montrealers dream of the sunshine…
Middle June 2020- Fringe Festival in Montreal
Could be exciting times ahead… At the least – it will be interesting.
July/August 2020 – After 20 years of family holidays in the same shack on the same beach in Maine – we’re being rejected – or at least discouraged. The new owners raised the price by 40% – and we said ‘No’. I’m so horribly disappointed – but time change and we much change with them… So it seems like we’ll be doing Balconville in Stowe.
December 2020 – I end up going earlier to my daughters – November 2020 – trying to avoid getting caught in the shut-down of all travel. And while all the ‘market stalls’ are NO GO – we do plenty of sales at her arch – and her internet presence skyrockets. Do check out her website at http://www.curedmeats.london.
December 2021 – Yes – I’ll be back in London – at least I think I’ll be back in London.
Fall 2021 – after a year of being home (well – except for the 3 months I camped out in London in my daughter’s condo) = we are making future travel plans. September/October in Salt Lake City, November/December in Columbia SC and London. Will they happen. Who knows?
Leave me a comment if you know of an event I should try to include …
If you are wondering how I know about theatre events in Montreal – I recommend checking out the Quebec Drama League Theatre Calendar – you can find copies at Centaur, Mainline, and at the Bain St. Michel. You can also visit their website at:
And under best free bets – they give a party twice a year to announce the upcoming theatre events – it’s a hoot to see – and the price is amazing. It’s free. And they provide food. What could possibly be wrong with that.