Recreational and cultural activities

4h

4-H Club

Charles Gascon
933, chemin des Prairies
Saint-Anicet (Quebec)
J0S 1M0
Web: http://www.quebec4-h.com/

Activities:

To come

haecc

Huntingdon Adult Education and Community Centre (HAECC)

Daryl Ness, director
24, York Street
Huntingdon (Quebec)
J0S 1H0
Tel.: (450) 264-9276

Opening hours:

Monday to Friday

Activities :

To come

Les Aidants naturels du Haut-Saint-Laurent

Julie Billette
Intervenante aux proches aidants

Les Aidants Naturels du Haut St-Laurent
Tel : 450 826-1243
Sans frais : 1 855 826-1243
Web: www.aidantsnaturelshsl.com

Activities :

RESPITE-RELIEF :

  1. What is it? A day of activities for seniors affected by mild to moderate loss of physical or cognitive autonomy or a related affection.
  2. When is it? Every Monday.
  3. Where is the Respite-Relief held?  At our office at 23A, Ste-Anne à Saint-Chrysostome and at the our office at 1493, route 138 Godmanchester.
  4. What are the OBJECTIVES of the Respite-Relief?
  • A respite for the caregiver.
  • Enable the caregivers to participate in the “Between Caregivers TEA TIME.
  • Break down the isolation while providing them a place to belong.
  • Enable them to socialize and share with others in the same situation.
  • Enable participants to maintain their present level of physical and cognitive abilities through physical and cognitivel stimulating activities.
  1. How about transport? There is free adapted transportation available  to the participants.

FOR MORE INFORMATION OR TO VERIFY IF YOUR LOVED ONE IS ELIGIBLE TO THIS SERVICE, PLEASE COMMUNICATE WITH US

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Aréna Régionale de Huntingdon
Centre Sportif Promutuel

1567, Fairview Road
Hinchinbrooke (Quebec)
J0S 1H0
Tel.: (450) 264-5205
Email: arena@derytele.com

Activities :

Huntingdon Army Cadets Corps

Pierre Lefebvre, CD
Lieutenant de  vaisseau

Tel : 450 371-4796
Email: jlp-lefebvre@live.ca

Activities :

hockey

Association de Hockey mineur de Huntingdon

1567, Fairview Road
Hinchinbrooke (Quebec)
J0S 1H0
Tel.: (450) 264-5205
Email: hockeyhuntingdon@gmail.com
Web:  http://www.hockeyhuntingdon.com

Activities :

To come

adds

Association pour la Défense des Droits Sociaux de Huntingdon (A.D.D.S.)

Karine Lavoie-Paradis, coordinator
1A, rue Dalhousie
Huntingdon (Quebec)
J0S 1H0
Tel.: (450) 264-6888
Email: adds.huntingdon@hotmail.ca
Web:  www.addshuntingdon.weebly.com

Opening hours:

Monday to Thursday from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. and 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.

Activities :

To come

La Bouffe Additionnelle

Carole Ricard, director
16, Prince Street, suite 105
Huntingdon (Quebec)
J0S 1H0
Tel.: 450-264-2241
Email: labouffeadditionnelle@bellnet.ca

Opening hours:

Monday to Thursday from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. on appointment

cardio

Cardio-Actifs/Actives du Haut-Saint-Laurent

Gilles Alary, president
24, York Street
Huntingdon (Quebec)
J0S 1H0
Tel.: 450-264-6657
Email: gillesalary@hotmail.com
Web: http://cardio-actifs.webnode.fr/

Opening hours:

Monday to Thursday from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Friday from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m.

carrefour

Carrefour Jeunesse Emploi du Haut-Saint-Laurent

Huntingdon Office
2, E. Henderson Street, Suite 1
Huntingdon (Quebec)
J0S 1H0
Tel.: 450.264.5858
Email: info@cjehuntingdon.org
Web: http://www.cjehuntingdon.org/

Opening hours:

Monday from 8:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. and 12:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Tuesday from 10:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. and 12:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Wednesday from 8:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. and 12:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Thursday from 8:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. and 12:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. and 1 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
On evening with appointment

Activities :

To come

cdc1

CDC du Haut-Saint-Laurent

72, Dalhousie Street, suite 100B
Huntingdon (Quebec)
J0S 1H0
Tel.: 450-264-9042
Email: info@cdchsl.org
Web: http://www.tncdc.com/membre-fiche.php?m=117

Opening hours:

Monday to Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

learning center

Huntingdon Learning Center

Renée Guernon, director
163, Châteauguay Street
Huntingdon (Quebec)
J0S 1H0
Tel.: 450-264-5558
Email: cfh@derytele.com
Web: http://www.cfhuntingdon.org

Opening hours:

Monday to Thursday from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.

creso

Centre de recherche d’emploi du Sud-Ouest (CRESO)

72, Dalhousie Street, local 100B
Huntingdon (Quebec)
J0S 1H0
Tel.: (450) 377-4889
Email: information@creso-emploi.ca
Web: http://www.creso-emploi.ca

Opening hours:

Monday to Thursday from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. and 1 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Friday from 8 a.m. to 12:15 p.m.

CRF

Centre de Ressources Familiales du Haut-Saint-Laurent (CRF)

Sylvie Trépanier, director
16, King Street
Huntingdon (Quebec)
J0S 1H0
Tel.: 450-264-4598
Email: crf@bellnet.ca
Web: http://facebook.com/crfhsl

Opening hours:

Monday to Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. and 1 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.

cld

Centre Local de Développement Haut-Saint-Laurent (CLD)

Florence Bérard, director
8, King Street
Huntingdon (Quebec)
J0S 1H0
Tel.: (450) 264-5252
Email: info@cldhsl.ca
Web: http://www.cldhsl.ca

Opening hours:

Monday to Thursday from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. and  12:45 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Friday from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m.

société

Chateauguay Valley Historical Society

72, Dalhousie Street
Huntingdon (Quebec)
J0S 1H0
Tel.: (450) 699-1771
Web:contact@cvhs.ca

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Huntingdon Cheerleading

23, King street
Huntingdon (Quebec)
J0S 1H0
Tel.: (450) 264-5389 extension 223
Email: samujulien@hotmail.com

Activities :

 

Cheerleading registration form 2017

Club de L’Âge d’Or de Huntingdon Inc.

13, York Street
Huntingdon (Quebec)
J0S 1H0
Tel.: (450) 264-5293

Activities :

To come

Club de Patinage Artistique de Huntingdon

1567, Fairview Road
Hinchinbrooke (Quebec)
J0S 1H0
Tel.: (450) 264-5205

Activites :

To come

Huntingdon Curling Club

95, King Street
Huntingdon (Quebec)
J0S 1H0
Tel.: (450) 264-2914

Activities:

To come

Huntingdon Softball

23, King street
Huntingdon (Quebec)
J0S 1H0
Tel.: (450) 264-5389 extension 223
Email: samujulien@hotmail.com

Activities :

softball angl.

Registration Form summer 2016

Comité de réhabilitation de la rivière Châteauguay (CRRC)

Guy Turcotte
765, Rivière Châteauguay
Howick (Quebec)
J0S 1G0
Tel.: (514) 970-7475
Email: guy.turcotte@bell.net

cedec

Corporation d’employabilité et de développement économique communautaire (CEDEC)

1493, route 138
C.P. 90013
Huntingdon (Quebec)
J0S 1H0
Tel.: (450) 264-5510
No charge : 888-641-9912
Web: http://cedec.ca/fr/

Dames Auxiliaires de Centre d’hébergement du Comté de Huntingdon

Madame June Todd, presidente
198, Châteauguay Street
Huntingdon (Quebec)
J0S 1H0
Tel.: 450-264-6111, poste 2053
Email: christine.poirier.cssshsl16@ssss.gouv.qc.ca

Activities :

To come

Huntingdon Day Camp

23, King street
Huntingdon (Quebec)
J0S 1H0
Tel.: (450) 264-5389 extension 223
Email: samujulien@hotmail.com

Activities :

Registration form 2017

Departure okay form

Health form

 

Payment and refund terms

Sunscreen and pictures authorization form

défi

Le Défi des Handicapés du Haut-Saint-Laurent

Patrick Schinck, president
8, Willow Street
Huntingdon (Quebec)
J0S 1H0
Tel.: (450)264-5058
Email: defi.hsl@rocler.com

Opening hours :

Monday to Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

marche

Farmers Market of the County of Huntingdon

Ian Ward, coordinator
Tel.: 450-370-6796
Email: marchefermierhuntingdon@gmail.com
Web: http://mfch.weebly.com/

 Activities :

 

Winter Markets in the Valley

The Huntingdon County Farmers’ Market is proud to anounce the return of the Winter Markets in 2017. We’ll be hosting a market every month, right up until the start of the summer markets this May.

And in an effort to improve access to local products right across the Chateaugay Valley, our first stop will be in Saint Chrysostome February 12th at the Community center, 400 rang Saint-Antoine… just in time for Valentines Day!

Huntingdon and Ormstown will host the 2nd and 3rd Winter Markets, March 12th and April 9th, respectively.  So take advantage of 3 opportunities to experience the skilled artisans and producers of the Valley this winter.

Please distribute widely. To register for a kiosk at any or all markets please fill in the form below – for information please contact Ian Ward, Market Coordinator at the contact information below.

Hope to see you all out in the Valley this winter!

marché

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While the 2016 Summer Markets may be over for now, those looking looking for high quality local products need look no further than their favorite Huntingdon Farmers’ Market producers and artisans, available locally!

Chèvrerie Les Biquettes à Flopine:
Available at the Farm in Saint-Anicet by appointment,at the Saint Anicet Christmas Market November 11th-12th, and the Huntingdon County Farmers’ Market Christmas Market December 4th. Tél. 450-288-0446
http://www.flopine.com/

Bergerie Maçois :
Lamb products available at the farm in Godmanchester by appointment, tel: 450-264-3738

Domaine Herdman:
Duck, chicken, guinea fowl and lamb, available at the farm boutique in Hinchinbrooke by appointment. Home or workplace delivery of ready-to-eat, vacuum-packed meals prepared with local ingredients. 450-264-9722 or 450-270-0181 to order.
http://www.domaineherdman.com/

Doux Câlins:
Scarves, shawls and accessories. Available at her Valleyfield workshop, by appointment. Tel. 450-921-1717

Esther’s:
Baking, bread, cakes and sweets, preserves and catering. Order ahead at 450-264-6667

Ferme Richard Cazelais:
Grain-fed veal, by appointment at the farm in St-Étienne. Tel 450-8529.
http://www.veau-de-grain.com/

Les Jardins Glenelm:
Bio-intensive, diversified vegetable farm, including specialty varieties and cultivated mushrooms. Available at Marché Sarah’s, 110 Chateaugay st., Huntingdon, and at the farm in Elgin by appointment. Tel 450-807-2592.
https://www.facebook.com/jardinsglenelm?_rdr=p

Marché Sarah:
Fresh baking Thursdays and Fridays – frozen all week.
110 Rue Châteaugay, Huntingdon https://www.facebook.com/marchesarahinc/?fref=ts

Torréfacteur R3 River Road Roasters:
Whole-grain and ground coffe available at Serenplicity in Ormstown, Marché Sarah’s in Huntingdon, Magasin d’Antan in Hemmingford and seasonally at Rockburn and Blair’s Orchards.
https://www.facebook.com/RiverRoadRoasters/?hc_ref=SEARCH&fref=nf

Vergers Rockburn Orchards:
Apples, maple syrup and baking, available at the drop-in Farm kiosque until Otober 16th, and by appointment until Christmas. 2644 rte. 202. Tel 450-827-2500
https://www.facebook.com/rockburnorchards/?fref=ts

Vignoble Morou:
A wide variety of wines available all year round at the winery boutique in Napierville. 7 days a week 1-a.m. to 5 p.m. from mai 1st to october 31st, and year-round thereafter by appointment at 450-245-7569. They will also be at the Saint-Cyprien-de-Napierville Christmas Market December 3rd and 4th.
http://www.vignoblemorou.com/

foire

Huntingdon Agricultural Society

1565, chemin Fairview
Hinchinbrooke (Quebec)
J0S 1H0
Tel.: (450) 264-3976
Email: janick@agencezel.com
Web:  http://www.foirehuntingdonfair.com/

Activities :

2017 Fair pamphlet

The Fair of Huntingdon is back on August  11-12-13, 2017!

friperie

Friperie communautaire de Huntingdon

Denis Beaudry, manager
4, Lorne Street, local 102
Huntingdon (Quebec)
J0S 1H0
Tel.: 450-264-4775
Email: fripcommhunt@hotmail.com

Opening hours :

Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Saturday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Grove Hall

165, Châteauguay Street
Huntingdon (Quebec)
J0S 1H0
Telephone ou text : (514) 791-5100
Email: info@grovehall.ca

Activities :

Come visit our site!!
http://www.grovehall.ca/

legion

The Huntingdon Royal Canadian Legion – Subsidiary 81

20, Fairview Street
Huntingdon (Quebec)
J0S 1H0
450-264-4711

Opening hours:

Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from 5 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday from 3 p.m.

Activities :

To come

jeunesse

Jeunesse Rurale en Forme du Haut-Saint-Laurent

21, King Street
Huntingdon (Quebec)
J0S 1H0
Tel.: (450) 264-3124
Email: jeunesseruraleenforme@hotmail.com
Web: http://www.jeunesseruraleenforme.weebly.com

Activities :

To come

biblio

The Little Green Library Inc.

Louise Charlebois, president
4, Lorne Street, suite 103
Huntingdon (Quebec)
J0S 1H0
Tel.: 450-264-4872
Email: pbv.lgl@gmail.com
Web: www.pbv-lgl.org

Opening hours :

Tuesday from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Thursday from 2 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Friday from 2 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Annual membership
$20 for a family
$5 for young people 15 years of age or under of the family is not a member

Activities :

This summer, encourage your children to read while having fun at the Little Green Library! 

Huntingdon, June 15, 2016 – The Little Green Library is pleased to present its summer program for children. Activities will begin on July 4 and continue until mid-August. Thanks to a subsidy from the Canada Summer Jobs Program, the library has hired a university student who is currently studying to become an elementary school teacher.

In a relaxed and fun-filled atmosphere, the children will bask in the pleasure of reading. It is absolutely essential that they take some time to read during the summer. Even though it is a carefree time to play, the summer holidays nevertheless represent a long break from their studies and if reading is set aside completely, some children may actually lose a portion of their already acquired skills.

Saturday, June 25, come to register your children for the TD Summer Reading Club

Once again this summer, the library is joining forces with the TD Summer Reading Club, a bilingual Canada-wide program aimed at helping children discover the joy of reading during the summer. This free and fun-filled activity is offered to children from 6 to 12 years of age. They are invited to come to the library on Saturday, June 25 at 1 p.m. to register for the Club, receive their free club notebook and participate in an amusing activity especially designed for them. A snack will be served and prizes will be won!

Lyric writing contest for 6 to 12 year-olds

The Little Green Library cordially invites all children, between the ages of 6 and 12 years, to participate in a lyric writing contest. The songs, which could also be considered as poems, must be 10 to 30 lines long. They can be on any subject that strikes their fancy: the country, pets, the library, the fair, family, etc. During July and August, our activity leader will offer her help to any children who would like her assistance.

A jury will choose two of these poems (one in English and one in French) which will be put to music by composers and recorded. All the other works presented will also be recorded as poems and each participant will receive a CD. The contest winners will be revealed on October 2 during les Journées de la Culture.

Children can submit their lyrics any time until August 15. They will be contacted later to organize the recording. Submissions can be brought to the library, or sent by mail or email to the attention of Jo-Anne Craft (see contact info. below).

Come and enjoy the sunny summer and reading in Ile Russel Park in Huntingdon

Our activity organizer will be on hand at the Ile Russell Park each week to share books and stories with children of all ages. The dates of this activity will be posted on our website.

 Bring your children to the Farmers’ Market in Huntingdon

This year, the Little Green Library will have a booth at the Farmers’ Market in Huntingdon, held every Wednesday from 3 to 7 p.m. in Prince-Arthur Park. Everyone is invited to visit us to find out more about our services, or peruse our used books for sale. A little reading corner will also be set up so that children can read with our activity organizer while their parents do their shopping.

Day camps in Huntingdon to visit the library

The Little Green Library will be hosting the children from the Huntingdon Day Camp each week. Amusing activities focussing on books and reading will be offered.

Support from the community and volunteers

The Little Green Library is a self-financed organization, managed and operated solely by volunteers, founded and developed thanks to continued support from the community for over 44 years. The library needs the participation of people who care about books and reading and who would like to get involved as volunteers in several areas, such as organizing activities for children in various age groups, offering accompaniment in learning new technologies or even reading to seniors, whether on a regular basis or occasionally for specific projects.

If you would like more information, please contact the team at The Little Green Library by going to 4 Lorne Street in Huntingdon or by telephoning 450-264-4872. You can also contact us by email at: pbv.lgl@gmail.com or find out more by visiting our website at: www.pbv-lgl.org or check out our Facebook page.

mdj

Maison des Jeunes de Huntingdon

Madame Nathalie Collin, coordinator
1, Arthur-Pigeon Street
Huntingdon (Quebec)
J0S 1H0
Tel.: 450-322-6140, poste 100
Email: ncollin@mdjh.ca
Facebook: www.facebook.com/maisondesjeunes.huntingdon/

Opening hours :

Monday to Tuesday from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Friday from 4 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Activities :

To come

Marché des Artisans – Station Franklin

Anita Rosati, coordonnatrice
1846, route 202
Franklin Centre (Quebec)
J0S 1E0
Tel.: 514-706-1846
Email: anitarosati@hotmail.com

Activities :

Open to June 15, 2016 to mid-October

Le Marché DES Artisans – Station Franklin is an expo and sale of various vendors coming together as a group of unique artisans in a pleasant country setting. The idea came about as a result of the feedback from passerbyers and clients of our cottage business, Atelier 1846. People from many regions would come by and say to my husband and I, “WOW what a location you have and WHAT A VIEW!!” We can literally see the whole of the Chateauguay Valley from the 2 acres of property we possess here in Franklin Centre. Last year (Summer 2014) became our 1st Marché des Artisans and though small as it was, we received a surprising large turnout and the feedback from visitors/buyers was incredible. We are delighted you have shown interest in what we believe will truly become (year by year) a memorable and successful market for both artisan and visitor!!

Huntingdon Municipal Pool

23, King street
Huntingdon (Quebec)
J0S 1H0
Tel.: (450) 264-5389 extension 223
Email: samujulien@hotmail.com

Opening on June, 24 2017

Opening Hours:

Monday to Friday: 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. and 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Saturday to Sunday: 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. and 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.

Activities :

Swimming lessons 2017

 

 

 

 

 

téléchargement

Projet Communic-Action

Madame Françoise Mainville, director
C.P. 90027, 1493, route 138, Suite 3
Godmanchester (Quebec)   J0S 1H0
Tel.: (450) 264-5497
Web: projetcommunicaction.org
Email: info@projetcommunicaction.org

For seniors 65 and over, with loss of autonomy, living at home.

Opening hours :

Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Closed from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m.

Popote roulante de Huntingdon

Catherine Higgins, responsable
1501, route 138
Godmanchester (Quebec)
J0S 1H0
Tel.: (450) 264-5114

Opening hours :

On appointment

Quillorama Huntingdon

115, Lake street
Huntingdon (Quebec)
J0S 1H0
Tel.: (450) 264-3000
Web:  www.quilloramahuntingdon.com

Activities :

To come

tennis1

Récré-Tennis Huntingdon

Alain Boisvert, responsable
Tel.: (450) 264-5656
Email: alain@lematounoir.qc.ca
Web: http://www.lematounoir.qc.ca/RTH/index.html

Activities :

Tennis registration 2017

 

residence

Résidence Elle du Haut-Saint-Laurent

Marie-Josée Leduc, director
C.P. 90018
Huntingdon (Quebec)
J0S 1H0
Tel.: 450-264-2999
No fees: 1-877-764-2999
Email: residence-elle@bellnet.ca ou mjleduc.residence-elle@outlook.com

Opening hours :

24 hours/7 days

rotary

Huntingdon Rotary Club

Paul Lapp, president
P.O. Box 90057
Huntingdon (Quebec)
J0S 1H0
Tel.: (450) 264-3021
Web: http://www.rotaryhuntingdon.com/

Activities :

To come

sabec

Services d’accompagnement Bénévole et Communautaires (SABEC)

Isabelle Woods, general director
1493-2, Route 138
Godmanchester (Quebec)
J0S 1H0
Tel.: 450-264-1131
No fees: 1-866-764-1131
Email: sabec2641131@hotmail.com

Opening hours:

Lundi au vendredi de 8 h à 17 h
Monday to Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Activities :

To come

Soccer Huntingdon

23, King street
Huntingdon (Quebec)
J0S 1H0
Tel.: (450) 264-5389 extension 223
Email: samujulien@hotmail.com

Activities :

Registration form

scabric

Société de conservation et d’aménagement du bassin de la rivière Châteauguay (SCABRIC)

Félix Blackburn, director
624, Notre-Dame, Office 40
Saint-Chrysostome (Quebec)
J0S 1R0
Tel.: (450) 699-1771
Web: http://www.scabric.ca/

Summer opening hours :

From June, 1st to September, 1st
Monday to Thursday from 7:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. and 1 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Friday from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.

Sur les Routes du Saint-Laurent (Service de transport adapté)

Alain Trépanier, director
147, Bouchette Street
Huntingdon (Quebec)
J0S 1H0
Tel.: 450-264-2267
Email: slrsl@bellnet.ca

uaf

Une Affaire de Famille

Lucie Béliveau, director
19, Bridge Street
Ormstown (Quebec)
J0S 1K0
Tel.: 450-829-3782
Email: 1affairedefamille@gmail.com

Opening hours :

Monday to Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Activities :

To come

Melissa’s Sunshine Camp

Marlene Harvey, director
24, York Street
Huntingdon (Quebec)
J0S 1H0
Tel.: 450-264-6340
Email: melissasunshinecamp@gmail.com
Web site: campsoleildemelissa.weebly.com/
Facebook: www.facebook.com/campsoleildemelissa

Mission:Established in 1993, Melissa’s Sunshine Camp is a non-profit organization for all ages with intellectual or physical disabilities in Haut-St-Laurent’s region.

Activities :

These are the activities with the Melissa’s Sunshine Camp:

– Bowling in Huntingdon, every Friday night

– Activities for over 21 years Monday to Friday (9 am to 3 pm in Huntingdon)

– Saturday and Sunday: Sunshine respite for the 3 to 17 year olds (9 am to 4 pm in Ormstown)

– 1 Saturday night per month for 18 years and over (Dance, film, Bingo, etc. in Huntingdon)

– Leisure and cultural outings

-Exhibition at the Little Green Library in March

** Take note that April is the month of autism. It’s made to raise awareness and educate the public about Autism Spectrum Disorder. As a citizen, you can participate in the “Light It Up Blue” movement. It’s simple; wear blue, or illuminate your home or apartment in blue. Blue is a calming, soothing, comforting color. In addition, autism is almost five times more common in boys (1 in 43 boys) than in girls (1 in 189), and blue is a symbol of the prevalence of autism in boys.

Organisme Un coin chez-nous

Guy-Julien Mayné, director
628,  Notre-Dame street
Saint-Chrysostome (Québec)
J0S 1R0
Tél.: (450) 826-4425
Fax: (450) 826-1000
E-mail: ccmsuccn@cooptel.qc.ca

Business Hours:

Monday to friday from 7 h 30 am to 4 h 30 pm

Activities and services :

Social and cultural activities
Outings
Meals on wheels
Food supplies for those in need
Secondhand clothes shop
Medical and local transport
Reference services
Community dinners
Courtesy visits (In good company/ En Bonne Compagnie)

Project – Défi Visitons nos aînés!
http://www.enbonnecompagnie.org/fr/defi-visitons-nos-aines-briser-isolement

PURPOSE :

Favor the home stay, the social integration and the assistance to people in loss of autonomy, to the elder.

COVERED TERRITORY :
MRC du Haut-Saint-Laurent

ACTIVITY PERIOD:
Annual
Closed the last two weeks of december

 

Here is the link to register the visits of the Challenge Let us visit our elders!

http://enbonnecompagnie.org/en/lets-visit-our-seniors-challenge-0

Here is also the link for the explanatory video capsule of the Challenge: