In November you begin to know how long the winter will be, but never fear, here are some events to see.
Where: Holiday Inn, Centreville Downtown
When: Nov. 30
What: A chance to meet with different industry leaders, explore future job options and ask questions.
Where: Place du Canada
When: Nov. 11
What: An annual event put on by the Black Watch in remembrance of the soldiers who fought and died for their country.
Where: various shows across Montreal
When: Nov. 3-13
What: A festival dedicated to French artists from the local and international stage.
Where: varying cinemas across Montreal
When: Nov. 17-27
What: One of North America’s top documentary film festivals showing works from Canadians and international filmmakers.
Where: La Maison symphonique de Montréal
When: Nov. 12 through Dec. 21
What : A festival dedicated entirely to famous composer Johann Sebastian Bach, it consists of performances, educational pieces and open rehearsals.
Where: Montreal Botanical Gardens
When: Nov. 11
What: It’s a night from the past, with scientists from different eras coming together to focus on different topics and explain their research and answer questions.
Where: The Ritz Bar
When Nov. 5
What: A dance party going to 3 am playing solely Taylor swift music from start to finish.
Where: The Canadian Railway Museum
When: Nov. 25 – Jan. 3
What: The Railway Museum has decorated many of its vehicles in Christmas holiday fashion and will offer many different activities.
Where: varying locations around Montreal
When: Nov. 15-18
What: An event that features diverse artists and sounds from around 50 regions of the globe.
Where: 83 rue Ste-Anne, Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue
When: any time you’d like
What: An old style arcade with a twist, this space doubles as an art gallery that exhibits different local Montreal artists each month and an arcade to kick some butt at Pac-Man.
Where: L’Orbite 406 Rue Notre-Dame Est Montréal
When: Nov. 4
What: The South Asian Youth Collective is organizing a party in celebration of Diwali, a day celebrated in many cultures to shine bright and be with loved ones before the cold winter months come in.
Where: Wilfrid Laurier Memorial
When: Nov. 5
What: A ghost-hunting tour where you will learn about the past events of the area, and even learn about some strategies and tools that are used to communicate and track paranormal activities.
Where: Three Kings Loot Inc.
When: Every Tuesday
What: Dust out your old Pokémon cards and head on down to battle!
Where: L’Annexe: the Ometz Centre for Young Adults
When: Nov. 29
What: A workshop to teach self expression in the written form, no prior experience is needed!
Where: McConnell Engineering Building
When: Nov. 19
What: Similar to a pub crawl, this event involves going to five different breakfast locations around Montreal where you will receive a beverage/meal at every stop. All proceeds go to charity.