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The Cabane Panache et Bois Rond arrives in town with one-of-a-kind activities and a decadent menu.


The 5th edition of Promenade Wellington’s Cabane Panache et bois rondis in sight, with a festive and culinary program that looks set to be truly exceptional! Starting on Friday, March 27, the neighbourhood will come alive with an old-style soirée that will really light up the evening. This traditional get-together, with an urban flair, will be an opportunity to spoil yourself with some tire d’érable (maple toffee) while participating in a tall-tale competition and some traditional Québécois dancing! Saturday and Sunday, the event will be in full swing with all kinds of activities, including games, exhibitions, a feast put together by some fifteen local chefs, and even a pair of barbers! Simply one-of-a-kind, this event, which mixes great food with Quebec’s folk traditions, is fast becoming an event you won’t want to miss.


activities :

Friday March 27th 27 mars : from 5pm to 9pm

Bar view the menu

Restaurant on site : Station W, Balconville and Villa Wellington view the menu

Tire sur neige– Maple toffee

Traditional Québécois dancing

Tall-tale competition by La Confrérie des Menteurs du Québec

General store with Familiprix apothecary and Les Marchands de Fraîcheurs barbershop


Saturday 28th and Sunday March 29th :from 11am to 5pm

15 restaurateurs on site and a decadent menu view the menu

Bar view the menu

Tire sur neige– Maple toffee

Craftspeople and local products

Games : Rope bridge, game of wooden blocks, skiing in teams with giant equipment, hockey using period pucks, Welling’totem

Photobooth Yellow Pages

MétroMusical kitchen

Workshop : Origins of Maple water animated by Verdun borough

Pet farm

Wood sculptures

General store with Familiprix apothecary and Les Marchands de Fraîcheurs barbershop

Initiation at making ceintures fléchées with L’association des artisans de ceinture fléchée de Lanaudière

Knitting and recipes book of Cercle des Fermières

Traditional musicians – La Belle et la Brette

Traditional Québécois dancing


Exhibition of wood bow ties at l’Église Notre-Dame-des-Sept-Douleurs

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Between Gordon & De l'Église streets


March 27 from 5.00p.m to 9.00p.m

March 28 & 29 from 11.00a.m to 5.00p.m

Getting There

Metro De l'Église

Bus 12, 37, 58 & 61

More than 1000 parking places

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In addition to restaurant and games, 18 exhibitors will make you discover the finest products of Quebec :  

Café La Tazza, delicatessen and syrup products.

Confiserie Winifred Pepperpot, maple and bacon candy.

La Librairie de Verdun, wool socks, book, games, gadgets.

Karibu, hammock et objects made from wool. 

Mlle Mapple, kitchen appliances made from maple wood. 

Femme mécanique design, silver, brass and bronze jewelries. 

Poterie Weilbrenner et Lebeau, pocelain dishes.

Alpagas de Camily, cap, thermal socks, slippers, mittens, fur teddy bear...

Les Fourrures Mos, cap, mittens made from used fur coats. 

Nature bouffe, pie, pâté, baked beans and jam homemade.

Domaine kildare, maple alcohol.

Multiferme, duck and guinea fowl cooked.

Pecable, maple pecan nuts.

Ferme Lise Sarrazin, maple sausages, smoked ham, and products from pig farming. 

Kévy, bison, pork and boar sausages. 

Vignoble rivière du chêne, wine and acolhol drinks made with maple.

Délices d`antan, potatoes donut, maple mini-donut, sugar pie. 

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