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Cabane Panache et Bois rond 2019
21 au 24 March 2019

Évenement

For a 9th edition, the biggest urban lumberjack party will set up camp in Verdun for four days of square dancing, delicious maple sirop treats, and woodcutting. From this March 21st to the 24th, La Cabane Panache et Bois Rond is THE destination to celebrate the season! Festive music, traditional & reinvented dishes, and drinks - what more could you need for a good time? Over 100,000 hungry lumberjacks are expected at the biggest free-admission maple festival in Quebec. Join us in celebrating this spring season!

If you are impatient for the return of the Cabane, take a look the photos of the 2018 edition on our Facebook page!

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Opening hours

Thursday March 21st 2019 : 5:00 p.m to 9:00 p.m
Friday, March 22nd 2019 : 5:00 p.m to 10:00
Saturday March 23rd 2019 : 11:00 a.m to 7:00 p.m
Sunday March 24th 2019 : 11:00 a.m to 5:00 p.m

Schedule by day
Lineup

For a consecutive 9th edition, it's going to be swinging in the sugar shack with a completely boosted atmosphere! Promenade Wellington and the Verdun borough’s team, official presenters of the musical field, haven’t minimize their efforts to develop an amazing and totally free line up!

Thursday 21 March 2019 - Canailles, y te chieront pas dans pelle!
Canailles
7:00 p.m

Quai 5160 Main Stage

At the corner of Wellington and de l'Église street

Canailles is a beautiful story that began in 2010, and has since been established as a mosaic of North American roots, with all the folk and festivity related to it. The abundant band has more than 400 shows in Canada, Louisiana, Europe and the Reunion Island. Their third album Backflips, released in the spring 2017 under the label Grosse Boîte, is an anthology of hymns to the beautiful blackbirds who like to play with trouble as much as an assortment of breaths to keep on heart beating.

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Dave Gossage Group
6:00, 7:00, 8:15 pm

Desjardins Forest Stage

Presbytery Park at the corner of Rue Galt and Rue Wellington

Dave Gossage Group is three musicians and friends who share a passion for Irish and Celtic music. Energetic and swinging rhythm, they will know how to make you dance and giggle on their reels. Dave Gossage on flute, Sean Dagher on cithern
and voice and Bill Gossage on contrabass.

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Friday, March 22 2019 - Crinque le boiler avec Clay and Friends et Random Recipe!
Clay and Friends
7:00 p.m

Quai 5160 Main Stage

At the corner of Wellington and de l'Église street

Clay and Friends offers a rich cultural musical blend of hip-hop, funk, soul and reggae. With an incredible energy on stage, the collective has literally stirred over 500 crowds throughout Canada and Europe. Their first album was released March 2017 and their EP released in 2019 is call «La Musica popular de Verdun.»

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Random Recipe
8:30 p.m

Quai 5160 Main Stage

At the corner of Wellington and de l'Église street

Random Recipe is a fine blend of human warmth, originality and international musical inspiration, the Montreal band offers a unique hybrid sound, where the lack of pretension adds to the accuracy of their fascinating performances.

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5:45, 6:45, 7:45, 8:45 pm

Desjardins Forest Stage

Presbytery Park at the corner of Rue Galt and Rue Wellington

Native from Montreal, Les filles du Roy cheer up to a kind of high-temp trad with original travel, love and drink stories. Recognized for composing that will leave you wriggle, Les Filles du Roy make sure each time to offer a thrilling experience that forced you to smile and dance. On stage for less than a year, Les filles du Roy is Marc-Antoine Tétreault's violin, Pierre-Philippe Loiselle's percussions and Jonathan Spénard's and Gabriel Bouchard's string vibrations.

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Saturday March 23 2019 - Swingue tes rubbers avec Bleu Jeans Bleu et Galaxie!
Big Bill Fashion show
2:30 p.m

Quai 5160 Main Stage

At the corner of Wellington and de l'Église street

The most "manly" fashion show in town! Come and admire the police, firefighters and Verdunois, parade the working clothes Big Bill, proud sponsor of the 2019 Cabane Panache et Bois rond sugar shack.

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Bleu Jeans Bleu
3:30 p.m

Quai 5160 Main Stage

At the corner of Wellington and de l'Église street

The Bleu Jeans Bleu quartet has only one mission: make you happy. It’s with contagious pleasure that they deliver their earrings sometimes pop-rock-disco-soul-caramels. Their successes such as 'J'te gâte all dressed' or 'Vulnérable comme un bébé chat' have earned them a special place in the Quebec landscape, and it’s with enthusiasm that they deliver their performance, cheeks cramps guaranteed. Their new show called PERFECTO promises to mess hair up hairstyling with a disconcerting elegance.

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Galaxie
5:00 p.m

Quai 5160 Main Stage

At the corner of Wellington and de l'Église street

At the limits of «electro keys» and backed by his fundamental stoner-rock origin, Olivier Langevin and his gang of Galaxie tend to get us out of the winter cold by making us dance. On a less introspective literary note that we know him and a prose always close to the exciting evenings that we can hardly remember, Galaxie will transform the traditional dance floor into a space of release!

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Bourque Émissaires
12:30, 2:00, 3:30, 5:00 pm

Desjardins Forest Stage

Presbytery Park at the corner of Rue Galt and Rue Wellington

Two colleagues who have long been involved in trad music, be it at La Bottine Souriante - of which they are both members - or in many other projects.

Benoit Bourque: diatonic accordion, traditional percussion, singing, jigging. Musician, dancer and singer, Benoit has been part of different groups with whom he has traveled the folk circuit of North America and Europe.

François Marion: guitar, vocals, contrabass. Originally from St-Côme - recognized as the stronghold of traditional song in Quebec - François comes from an environment where traditional song and music were present. He studied jazz bass in university.

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Louis Mercier
11:45 am, 1:15, 2:45, 4:15 pm

Desjardins Forest Stage

Presbytery Park at the corner of Rue Galt and Rue Wellington

Travel through the fabulous universe of Louis Mercier’s tales and legends.

La Chasse-Balcon in duo

On a Well balcony

Unique concept that promotes traditional Quebec music, dance and parties, La Chasse-Balcon jumps from balcony to balcony to animate neighborhoods and alleys, and bring together different communities. They will perform as a duet for Cabane, Panache et Bois rond.
Be on the lookout! Who knows what balcony they will land on?

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Les danseux et leur câlleux
12:00, 2:30 pm

Foot-tapping Stage

Traditional Quebecois dance led by a group of amateur dancers and their callers will make the swingers swing their partners right ‘round. Relive the nights of yore and learn to square dance in the great outdoors during these one-hour workshops.

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Secret Show
9:00 pm

Secret place

Who does’nt like surprises? We promise you an intimate and unique experience for a solo formula that the artist with the atypical voice makes only very rarely!
Be on the lookout, the place and the guest will be announced the same day!

Sunday 24 March 2019 - Ben accoté dans barrure avec Le Winston Band et Vilain Pingouin!
Le Winston Band
12:00 p.m

Quai 5160 Main Stage

At the corner of Wellington and de l'Église street

One foot in Quebec and the other in Louisiana, the zydeco style of the Winston Band is a strangely authentic messed up. The group borrows from traditional music from from all over the world merging a strong electric note that offers a very current mixed sound. The Winston Band borrow on this long marginalized art that is the zydeco, music of francophone Creoles of Louisiana, and refresh it by mixing it with other styles. Based on the intense combination of the accordion pitons and rubbing, the Winston uses this rock energy that leads the crowd to "act without restraint". Add to that a little of Caribbean sounds and you get the perfect recipe for good times to roll.

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Vilain Pingouin
2:00 p.m

Quai 5160 Main Stage

At the corner of Wellington and de l'Église street

Vilain Pingouin show is about remembering old memories and create new ones. It’s also seeing that passion, energy and pleasure increase with time. The 3 original members, Michel Vaillancourt (drummer), Claude Samson (Accordion, guitar, harmonica, mandolin and quite a lot of what makes a sound) and Rudy Caya (voice), have been assisted for 15 years by Riot Godmer (guitar) and Michel Belanger (Bass). Sous la pluie, Salut Salaud, Le Train, … ; all the success of this legendary Quebec band in one show! Vilain Pingouin public is still composed of teens, and all those who will always keep a little in their heart. Always so appreciated today as at their beginning!

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É.T.É as a Trio
12:30, 2:00, 3:30 pm

Desjardins Forest Stage

Presbytery Park at the corner of Rue Galt and Rue Wellington

Born from the meeting of three young musicians with exploded backgrounds, the É.T.É group offers a current and dynamic vision of Quebec traditional music.

Mixing influences from jazz, progressive rock, classical and trad, it is the sound of violin, Irish bouzouki, cello and jig that Elisabeth Moquin, Thierry Clouette and Élisabeth Giroux unveil their universe through original compositions and sought arrangements of tunes from the traditional repertoire. With their rich vocal harmonies, groove, instrumentation and electrifying complicity
on the stage, É.T.É transforms the traditional kitchen party into a colorful show that you will not soon to forget!

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Louis Mercier
11:45 am, 1:15, 2:45, 4:15 pm

Desjardins Forest Stage

Presbytery Park at the corner of Rue Galt and Rue Wellington

Travel through the fabulous universe of Louis Mercier’s tales and legends.

La Chasse-Balcon in duo

On a Well balcony

Unique concept that promotes traditional Quebec music, dance and parties, La Chasse-Balcon jumps from balcony to balcony to animate neighborhoods and alleys, and bring together different communities. They will perform as a duet for Cabane, Panache et Bois rond.
Be on the lookout! Who knows what balcony they will land on?

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Les danseux et leur câlleux
12:00, 2:30 pm

Foot-tapping Stage

Traditional Quebecois dance led by a group of amateur dancers and their callers will make the swingers swing their partners right ‘round. Relive the nights of yore and learn to square dance in the great outdoors during these one-hour workshops.

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Animation

Once they’ve had their fill, festivalgoers can participate in a slew of lumberjack activities... and they can do so without spending a single loonie.

Cookerie
Everyday

From de l'Église Street to Gordon Streets

The cookerie menu will make all the Montreal foodies completely crazy! Come taste the sweet menu of traditional sugar shack flavor revisted dishes by local restaurant owners at a unique price of $ 3 or $ 5. Discover the menu that our local restaurants have prepared for you!

Drinkery Space
Everyday

4 booth - At the corner of Galt and Wellington Streets

Because when it’s too cold outside, there's nothing better than being a little bit tipsy! Four drinks stations will be set up on site and the Crown Royal drinkerie will be offering choice of Canadian whiskeys

Maple Taffy on the Snow
Everyday

Presbytery Park at the corner of Galt and Wellington streets

David Lessard, known as the “urban sugarer,” ensures a constant supply of this Quebecois treat, for only $ 3 or 2 for $ 5, throughout the weekend. Get your sticks ready!

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Desjardins Forest Space
Everyday

Presbytery Park at the corner of Galt and Wellington streets

The perfect place to take a break, this space will be set up with wood stoves to warm you up and rustic furniture for you to sit and enjoy a board game or two.

Deer heads exposition
Everyday

Behind the main stage

De l'Église and Wellington street corner

Exposition of recycled cardboard deer heads by Cascades decorated by the students of Monseigneur Richard school.

Barbershop
Saturday and Sunday

At the corner of Galt and Wellington streets

Recommanded voluntary contribution

The barbers from Beardlington, will tame your unruly mops free of charge. It's sure that your mother-in-law will find you beautiful!
All the money will be given to La Maison des Jeunes Point de Mire.

General Store
Saturday and Sunday

Between Gordon and Rielle Streets

Bring your wallet and your coins, we go shopped at the general store! 18 Quebecois artisans who offer heritage products and highlight local skills.

Trapper workshop
Saturday

Presbytery Park at the corner of Galt and Wellington streets

Maison Saint-Gabriel offers a workshop on the trapper!
You will also be able to taste herbal teas and old-fashioned cakes.

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Maple syrup: Native origin and legends
Saturday and Sunday

Presbytery Park at the corner of Galt and Wellington streets

Maison Nivard-De Saint-Dizier offers an animation on the origins of maple syrup. An Aboriginal couple will be present to talk to the public, with teepee, snowshoes, drum, furs, etc. A museum guide will also be present to make discover the site and the programming.

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Artisanal paper making by Borealis
Saturday and Sunday

Presbytery Park at the corner of Galt and Wellington streets

Borealis, the Paper Industry Historical Center, will lead an artisanal paper making workshop using a trellis and paper pulp.

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Bardeleur
Saturday and Sunday

Presbytery Park at the corner of Galt and Wellington streets

Come learn more about the technique of the ancient craft of sheathing, which consisted of making a house covering with cedar wood.

Herbalist workshop by Beside
Saturday and Sunday From 1:00 to 4:00 pm

At the corner of Gordon and Wellington
streets

The BESIDE Festival invites you to reconnect with nature through an herbalism workshop introductory! On the program: demonstration of some key techniques, information on the properties and benefits of plants and conifers that you will find during your outings in kind. Learn how to prepare a delicious homemade fir honey that will certainly impress your loved ones!

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Films projection
Saturday

Epiphany Church basement

4322 Wellington street

With the Ciné Verdun collaboration, an afternoon of films projection and short films on the sugar shack theme and Quebec folklore will be offered!

1:30 pm: Cine-family with short films for children from 4 to 12 years programmed with the Carrousel of Rimouski (voluntary contribution)

3 pm: NFB Short Film Program (voluntary contribution)

5 pm: "The taste of a country" documentary by Francis Legault with Gilles Vigneault and Fred Pellerin (free admission)

Films projection by Beside
Sunday

Brasserie Benelux

4026 Wellington street

To come up

The woodcutters from Planète Palette
Saturday and Sunday

Desjardins Forest Space

Lumberjacks from the Pilon clan will get to work in a demonstration of supernatural strength. While they split the wood needed to heat the entire camp, you’ll be able to observe the cutting technique they’ve perfected over the years. Thanks to Big Bill, official dresser of our woods men, and Garant, supplier of manly equipments!

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Axe throwing
Everyday

Desjardins Forest Space

Recommanded voluntary contribution

All the gain will be donated to Monseigneur-Richard High School for their cultural outings. It sounds difficult, but even a 13 year old can do it. The key to a successful pitch is not in strength, but in the distribution of power and trajectory. (10 years and over)

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Boot Hockey
Saturday and Sunday

Games zone - Between Willibrord and Rielle streets

We’re expanding the site this year to give to your little loggers all the space they need to let out steam!

Giant ski
Saturday and Sunday

Games zone - Between Willibrord and Rielle streets

We’re expanding the site this year to give to your little loggers all the space they need to let out steam!

Tug-of-war game
Saturday and Sunday

Games zone - Between Willibrord and Rielle streets

We’re expanding the site this year to give to your little loggers all the space they need to let out steam!

Pool table
Saturday and Sunday

Games zone - Between Willibrord and Rielle streets

We’re expanding the site this year to give to your little loggers all the space they need to let out steam!

Hockey table
Saturday and Sunday

Games zone - Between Willibrord and Rielle streets

We’re expanding the site this year to give to your little loggers all the space they need to let out steam!

The Great table presented by Chez Robin marché local
Everyday

In the Cookerie Space

The great table is the perfect place to enjoy all the wonderful meals of the Cookerie! Young and old alike will be able to have fun with the games of
Tic tac toe, checkers
and puzzles!

Farmer's Circle
Everyday

Notre-Dame-des-sept-douleurs Church

Knitted products and hand-made delicacies market.

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Information kiosk and sanitary toilet by Cascades
Everyday

At the corner of Galt and Wellington
streets

All mixed up like a card game? Learn more about program, the location of the shack or just come talk a little! The information booth has the answers to your questions! And just behind this place hides the best kept secret of the event ... the sanitary toilets of Cascades!

Booths
Cookerie

The cookerie menu will make all the Montreal foodies completely crazy! Come taste the sweet menu of traditional sugar shack flavor revisted dishes by local restaurant owners at a unique price of $ 3 or $ 5. Discover the menu that our local restaurants have prepared for you!

March 21st and 22nd 2019 - Menu

La Bêtise Verdun

- Smoked corn dog with maple sauce /// $ 3
- General Tao Poutine with caramelized bacon /// $ 5

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Blackstrap BBQ

- BBQ baked bean sugar shack style /// $ 3
- Maple pulled pork sandwich /// $ 5

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Boulangerie rustique Sweet Lee's

Maple sugar pie with almond essence and bacon confit (veggie option) /// $ 3
- Croissant with bacon confit, apples & maple syrup (veggie option) /// $ 5

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Comptoir 21

- Cod cakes with maple sauce /// $ 3
- Clam chowder /// $ 5

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La grande Marquise Express

- Maple poor's man pudding (pouding chômeur) /// 3 $
- Maple smoked-ham poutine (veggie option) /// $ 5

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Queue de Poisson

- Mini seafood balls with spicy maple sauce /// $ 3
- Salmon sausage hot dog and spicy maple coleslaw /// $ 5

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Restaurant Les Street Monkeys

- Cambodian maple chicken kebab /// $ 3
- Cari-Maple Vegetable Soup /// $ 5

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Restaurant Well

- Bacon pancake (veggie option) /// $ 3
- Vegetarian arracini coated with walnuts and maple flakes served with a bell pepper sauce /// $ 5

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Villa Wellington

- Maple dulce de leche churros /// $ 3
- Braised Pork Shoulder Tacos with Maple (veggie option) /// $ 3

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March 23rd and 24th 2019 -Menu

Audacieuse Vanille

- Maple shortbread cookie /// $ 3
- Maple sauce Frangipane and pear cake (walnuts) /// $ 5

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La Bêtise Verdun

- Smoked corn dog with maple sauce /// $ 3
- General Tao Poutine with caramelized bacon /// $ 5

Website
Bistro Garage Café

- Old fashioned pea and ham soup /// $ 3
- Maple onion confit and old cheddar burger /// $ 5

Website
Blackstrap BBQ

- BBQ baked bean sugar shack style /// $ 3
- Maple pulled pork sandwich /// $ 5

Website
Boulangerie rustique Sweet Lee's

- Maple sugar pie with almond essence and bacon confit (veggie option) /// $ 3
- Croissant with bacon confit, apples & maple syrup (veggie option) /// $ 5

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Chez Robin marché local

- Vegan coconut/maple hot chocolate /// $ 3 and $ 5
- Duck Cassoulet or maple tofu (vegan option) /// $ 5

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Comptoir 21

- Cod cakes with maple sauce /// $ 3
- Clam chowder /// $ 5

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Crèmes Boboule

- Chocolate and maple butter cone /// $ 3
- Maple sausage, bacon and cheddar /// $ 5

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Crescendo

- Nature pancake and maple syrup /// $ 3
- Tofu puff with maple /// $ 5

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La grande Marquise Express

- Maple poor's man pudding (pouding chômeur) /// 3 $
- Maple smoked-ham poutine (veggie option) /// $ 5

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Les Îles en Ville

- Seal Chili /// $ 3
- Seafood soup /// $ 5

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Marché Tondreau

- Smoked cheddar & maple bacon sausage /// $ 3
- Smoked swiss cheese & maple mustard Tondreau smoked meat /// $ 5

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MobiloChef

- Maple grilled salmon blini served with goat cheese and cheddar cheese /// $ 3
- Duck confit mini-pie with sweet potato, spices and maple taffy /// $ 5

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Queue de Poisson

- Mini seafood balls with spicy maple sauce /// $ 3
- Salmon sausage hot dog and spicy maple coleslaw /// $ 5

Website
Restaurant Les Street Monkeys

- Cambodian maple chicken kebab /// $ 3
- Cari-Maple Vegetable Soup /// $ 5

Website
Restaurant Well

- Bacon pancake (veggie option) /// $ 3
- Vegetarian arracini coated with walnuts and maple flakes served with a bell pepper sauce /// $ 5

Website
Station W

- Bacon, maple and french toast grilled-cheese /// $ 3 or $ 5

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Villa Wellington

- Maple dulce de leche churros /// $ 3
- Maple braised pork shoulder tacos (veggie option) /// $ 3

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Crown Royal's Corner

A choice of Canadian whiskey, offered by Crown Royal.
In front on the Main Stage.

Benelux Beer Shack

Proud partner of the Cabane Panache et Bois rond, the Benelux has brewed a maple smoke beer specially for the occasion!

Three beer available in 473 ml:
- IPA Buzz /// $ 6
- Blonde Duplex /// $ 6
- Maple smoked Porter Cimonak /// $ 6

Drinkery

Because when it’s too cold outside, there's nothing better than being a little bit tipsy! Four drinks stations will be set up on site with the Benelux Shack and the Crown Royal drinkerie will be offering choice of Canadian whiskeys.

Bar Maltéhops

- Captain's choice beer /// $ 6

Bar Palco

- Hot wine /// $ 6
- Crown Royal cocktail /// $ 6

Bar Social

- Maple salmon gravlax served on blini with white BBQ sauce /// $ 5
- Hot Toddy (Whiskey Wild Turkey, Maple syrup and lemon/cinnamon hot water) /// $ 6

Irish Pub le Trèfle

- Irish stew with smoked maple syrup /// $ 3 or $ 5
- Half ‘n’ half Guinness and Carlsberg cocktail /// $ 6

Crown Royal's Corner

A choice of Canadian whiskeys, offered by Crown Royal.

General store

Bring your wallet and your coins, we go shopped at the general store! 18 Quebecois artisans who offer heritage products and highlight local skills.

Alpagas de Camily

Handmade products from alpaca fiber

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Atelier cheval de bois

Handmade wooden toys

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Bagel St-Lo

Homemade baked beans and bagels

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Bistroplus

Deer, exotic pork sausage, boar and bison

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Bois gourmand

Laser-engraved wooden products

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Brasserie Benelux

Proud partner of the Cabane Panache et Bois rond, the Benelux has brewed a maple smoke beer specially for the occasion!

Three beer available in 473 ml:
- IPA Buzz /// $ 6
- Blonde Duplex /// $ 6
- Maple smoked Porter Cimonak /// $ 6

Website
Domaine Kildare

Maple syrup alcoholic drink

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Épicerie LOCO

Ecological accessories, zero waste products

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La Mistinguette

Eco-friendly and local accessories

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Les Délices Leblanc

Homemade sugar and cream

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Multi-Ferme

Imperial duck roll with maple mustard sauce, maple wood smoked duck with rillette and maple duck sausage

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Nature Bouffe

Pies, jams, marinages and caramel

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Osataï

Wooden products laser cut and scroll saw creations

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Palais des mini-beignes

Homemade mini donuts

Pecable

Maple-pralined pecans

Sucre Redpath

Discover their news sugar collection and their sweet gluttony

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La Tazza

Maple products: candys, pies and cookies

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Vignoble rivière du chêne

Maple flavored wines

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Sustainable event management

The little bites and refreshments offered by local restaurants generate waste that will ALL be compostable. The Cabane Panache et Bois Rond would like to underscore their environmentally-responsible stance and seeks to create a waste-free event.

Management of waste and compostable packaging

Thanks to Cascades and the Maison de l’environnement de Verdun, our partners in environmental responsibility for the event, recycling and composting locations are strategically placed around the event to encourage the disposal of waste. A squad will also be on-site to supervise waste management.

 

Société Saint-Vincent de Paul

For the third time this year, the organization has decided to call an organism to recover food leftovers generated by the event. “La Société Saint-Vincent de Paul interventions are focused on listening and supporting the most vulnerable people by promoting dignity, autonomy and integration into the community of those in need of food aid, school perseverance and social integration programs, as well as access to basic necessities.

Volunteerism

Want to become a lumberjack for a weekend? We are looking for showboy (volunteers) to help us with the event!

Discover the available task that match your unique talents and fill out the form HERE.

Want to join our Fuego team?

And to contact the team working on a new edition even MORE festive and immersive, reach out to :
Our Event director – Julie
Our Communications Manager – Manon
Our Trainee – Volunteer coordinator – Francis

Partners