Arts & Entertainment

Summer in full swing with Cirque, Festival and Moulin Image

The summer is in full swing with cultural events open to the public taking up a large part of the city and its environs. Three major annual outdoor productions are underway: Robert Lepage's Moulin à Image (Image Mill in English) and the Cirque de Soleil's Les Chemins Invisible (The Invisible Roads) have been playing since the last week of June.

Chalmers-Wesley Summer Organ Concert Series

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Photo: Claude Lebel

Chalmers-Wesley Summer Organ Concerts  Chalmers-Wesley United Church, located at the top of rue Sainte-Ursule in Old Quebec, will once again be alive with the sound of organ music on Sunday evenings. The annual Summer Organ Concert series gets underway at 6:00 p.m. on July 11 and continues until August 29.  

Newsie Notes for June 30, 2010

Canada Day Picnic, St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Valcartier invites you to our annual picnic Thursday,July 1 at the Valcartier Community Centre at 3 p.m. Races! Euchre! Canteen! Bake Table! Fish Pond! Come and join the fun!

The Katimavik Reunion will be held on Saturday, September 3, 2011 in Quebec City, location TBA.

English change ringing at Holy Trinity

Every Saturday during the months of July and August and possibly extending until mid-September, there will be demonstrations of English Change Ringing at the Cathedral of the Holy Trinity.

Julie Tremblay is back at home

Her “interstices” are at Lacerte contemporary art gallery

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Photo: Lacerte Gallery

Wondering What To Do in Quebec City this Summer?

Now that the Fête nationale du Québec (aka la Fête de Saint-Jean-Baptiste) has “launched” the summer festivities, there are so many other choices!

 

Here’s one for the kids, or the kid in you . . .

The 2010 Québec Air Show attracts 107,000 visitors [Photo & Video]

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Photo: Jay Ouellet - Skip Stewart and his Prometheus Custom Stunt Bi-plane perform a death defying ribbon cutting stunt amazingly close to the ground!
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Going back to sea with Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition

 

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The recreated third class cabin is not to be missed when visiting “Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition”. Photo courtesy of the Festival d’été de Quebec

 

Gatineau university student videos Québec history

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Olivier Hyland has his eye on Quebec history. His video camera does, too.

"I guess they put me here because Quebec City is at the center of it all,'' said Hyland, who hails from Gatineau. "When I took the test to get the job, they asked me where I preferred to work. I told them I would work anywhere in Quebec.''

The 2010 Québec Air Show attracts 107,000 visitors

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Photo: Jay Ouellet
With the thermometer at 24 degrees on Saturday, it might have been a good day to go swimming in the nearest lake.

But then the 107,000 people in attendance would have missed the 15th edition of the Quebec Air Show which took place at Jean Lesage Airport.

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