On Monday, June 24, and Monday, July 1, municipal buildings, including the Reginald J. P. Dawson Library, will be closed for National Holiday and Canada Day, respectively.
Last Thursday was held the first edition of the TMR Gourmet Gatherings. Barely bothered by the light rain, a large number of producers, food trucks and Townies attended the event.
Open from June to September, the outdoor municipal pool, which also has a wading pool, is located behind the Recreation Centre at 1000 Dunkirk Road.
Ms. Itsy-Bitsy presents the tiny, teeming, and fascinating world of insects that surrounds all of us, both in the city and in the countryside. Certain live species can be manipulated.
Dunnia Lopez, Arboricultural Attendant and Green Line Coordinator for the Town of Mount Royal, explains the ABCs of gardening to help you develop your green thumb. You can also take part in the TD Summer Reading Club’s bean “race”.
This workshop presents the history of gumboots and introduces the children to the traditional gumboot dance, which involves tapping their boots and body, clapping their hands, and slapping the ground. The dance will also be accompanied by African songs.
*Bring your rainboots.
Felt is a soft material that is very decorative. Originally, it is a non-woven fabric that was made by pressure and scalding natural fibers. Felting makes it possible to create beautiful beads and decorative balls from wool, or fabrics to cut into pieces, to sew or to paint.
The Town offers residents the opportunity to reuse tulip bulbs dug up from Town flower beds. Distribution will take place at Connaught Park on Thursday, June 20, starting at 15:00 and until stocks run out.
Offered from Monday to Saturday, the Daily Hello is a telephone security and reassurance program for any Town resident living alone and without family nearby. The Daily Hello has also been helpful for residents feeling isolated, and requiring further socialization.
Contrary to what is claimed in the June 26, 2019, of the Bi-weekly Town of Mount Royal Journal, the Town has not adopted a by-law banning the use of oil heating on its territory.
The arrival of the warm weather is also synonymous with fungal diseases in trees. Anthracnose is sometimes found on maple, oak, and ash trees, especially after a cool and rainy spring, such as this year.
The Industrial and Commercial Development Division of Town of Mount Royal is launching a census that will provide a statistical portrait of the businesses established on its territory.
The industrial sector is covered by this census as well as the following five commercial centres:
In response to the current heat wave, the municipal pool will be open every night until 21:00. The water games in Mohawk Park will be open from 10:00 to 20:00 and the ones in Dakin Park from 9:00 to 21:00.
Nature is in the spotlight this summer with the TD Reading Club offered at the Reginald-J.-P.-Dawson Library. A variety of activities await young people aged 0 to 17 who register: art workshops, reading recommendations, games, crafts, photo contests, etc.
The Reginald J.P. Dawson Library in Mount Royal is seeking a library technician (children's section) to fill temporary position (maternity leave).
The work consist of performing simple and varied tasks related to the operation of the Town library.
Due to wheather conditions, Endrick & the Sandwiches' concert will be held in Schofield Hall, Town Hall.
Churchill road : rehabilitation of the sewer pipe
Sewer pipe replacement work on Churchill Road, between Geneva Crescent and Roosevelt Avenue, will begin on Monday, July 8, 2019 and will take approximately two (2) weeks to complete.
** NOTICE TO ALL RESIDENTS**
Due to weather conditions, the Endrick & the Sandwiches' concert is moved to the Schofield Room of Town Hall and the Gourmet Gatherings are exceptionally cancelled this Thursday, July 11.