The city of Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue is rich in cultural events and activities that delight citizens year round. It offers the pleasure and peace of the countryside, just 20 minutes from downtown Montreal. You’ll find a heritage village, sports facilities of all kinds, the environment and wildlife as a backdrop, an exceptional waterfront and much more. Spending time with friends and family in Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue is definitely a treat!

The market in Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue

Every Saturday, rain or shine, Marché Ste-Anne is your essential gourmet stop. You'll meet local farmers and artisans offering a wide variety of fruits and vegetables, many certified organic, fresh eggs, artisan cheeses, unique baked goods and even handicrafts. During the summer season, the market moves to the waterfront at the intersection of Sainte-Anne and Saint-Pierre streets.

Entertainment on the boardwalk

In summer, musicians and street performers add a festive, convivial atmosphere to the boardwalk. Parallel to Rue Sainte-Anne, numerous restaurants offer large, magnificent terraces overlooking the canal and the boardwalk. Every year, boaters from all over Quebec and the U.S., crossing the canal locks, moor up to enjoy the boardwalk and the shops on rue Sainte-Anne.

"Fête nationale" in Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue

The City of Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue has prepared a colorful program to celebrate the Fête nationale du Québec. These festivities on June 23 will take place in the parking lot in front of City Hall. The event is free and open to all. Don’t miss the opportunity to celebrate!

Head over to the Garlic Festival

As part of the Garlic Festival, on August 24, you'll find bulb garlic, braided garlic and a variety of processed products on the menu. What's more, you'll have the pleasure of discovering a variety of booths held by local merchants, producers and artisans.

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Photo credit: TQ - Jean-François Hamelin