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Maison de la culture Mercier

8105, rue Hochelaga, Montreal, QC, H1L 2K9

514-872-8755

At this particular House of Culture you'll find an appreciation of music from around the world and by local artists who are experimenting with everything from jazz to musical theatre.

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Quoi

Type de magasin | Art

Quartier | Anjou/Saint-Léonard, Île est
Se rendre | Honoré-Beaugrand Metro
Intersection | Liébert

Quand

Tues-Wed: 1PM-8PM Thurs-Sun: 1PM-5PM (regular season, from September to the end of May)

Profil Dernière mise-à-jour: 03 décembre 2008

Appreciating Music
Maison de la Culture Mercier's focus is on sharing the arts with its neighbours and with the rest of the city's citizens. At this particular House of Culture you'll find an appreciation of music from around the world and by local artists who are experimenting with everything from jazz to musical theatre. In keeping with the family-friendly feeling in the surrounding community, Maison de la Culture Mercier participates in touring festivals and organizes regular programs for people of all ages. It has partner relationships with nearby schools so it can help expose kids to theatre, painting and song. In general, Maison de la Culture Mercier seeks to emphasize programs that communicate directly with children and with the elderly, making them an important part of the local community.

Free Entertainment
As with all Maisons de la Culture, entrance to a show at the Mercier is generally free. Folks can book their tickets in advance by showing identification that proves residency, like a driver's license or a Hydro bill. Few minutes before showtime, once everyone with a pre-booked ticket has been seated, the remaining seats are open to whoever would like watch the show. The exhibits are always free.

A Vital Network
Montreal's network of Maisons de la Culture ensures that citizens across the city have access to cultural events. There are Maisons de la Culture located throughout the city. Included in this group are la Chapelle Historique du Bon-Pasteur, the Centre d'histoire de Montreal and Theatre de Verdure in Lafontaine Park. Unique in Quebec, this network helps improve our quality of life and broaden cultural horizons.