A family celebration at Damase-Juteau park

The City of Sainte-Thérèse is inviting its residents on Saturday September 25 to the first Family Celebration at Damase-Juteau Park. During this festive day, the new installations of the first intergenerational park in Sainte-Thérèse will be inaugurated.

Last summer, the City replaced children’s play modules and added specialized equipment to suit all generations. However, due to the pandemic, the official inauguration of the park could not take place at this time.


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Thus, on September 25, the entire population will be able to come and discover the new facilities at Damase-Juteau Park, which include, among other things, a chess table, a ping-pong table, two pétanque grounds, a swing suitable for people in wheelchairs. rolling, as well as a fogger.

The programming includes:

12 p.m.: Word of welcome and performance by Marilou St-Jean, finalist Theresienne de Blainville in songs category, at 1 p.m. a circus show and at 2 p.m. a children’s show called The perfect challenge, by Atchoum

Entertainment and activities will also take place continuously to entertain participants of all ages: gardening workshops, introduction to petanque with the Joyeux Aînés Theresiens, giant games, mascot Yvon Larosé of the Fire Department, playful chat rooms, musical atmospheres provided by DJ Christian Alary, door prizes and more!

“We are proud to finally officially present this redeveloped park, which is part of the City’s Integrated Family and Seniors Policy, and which will appeal to young and old alike. So why not take the opportunity to come and have a picnic? Healthy snacks will also be offered to visitors! », said the mayoress of the City of Sainte-Thérèse, Mrs. Sylvie Surprenant.

The event is free and no registration is required. The vaccination passport will be required to access the site. In the event of heavy rain or thunderstorm, the event will be canceled. This event is made possible thanks to a grant from the Ministry of Culture and Communications, obtained under the cultural development agreement.