Intercultural Discoveries Festival: A celebration of diversity in Saint-Eustache

The city of Saint-Eustache is delighted to host the 2nd edition of the Intercultural Discoveries Festival on September 3rd, from 1:00 PM to 9:00 PM, in the gardens of the Globensky Manor. Created to celebrate diversity and foster moments of sharing and exchange among communities, the Intercultural Discoveries Festival presents an inclusive program that honors the richness of diversity.

Throughout the festival, attendees will have the opportunity to witness and engage in various free performances from around the world. These include a Panamanian story, a musical performance by Boogat, and other musical and dance expressions from Quebec, Algeria, and Colombia. Visitors can also explore diverse booths where exhibitors will showcase the culture of their respective countries of origin (some food booths may require payment). A collective jam session will also be organized, and the festival will conclude with an outdoor screening of the film “Dounia et la princesse d’Alep” (“Dounia and the Princess of Aleppo”).


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“The success of the first edition of the Intercultural Discoveries Festival was so overwhelming that it was only natural to continue the initiative. Inclusion is a cornerstone value of our organization, and I am pleased to see that the people of Saint-Eustache come together to celebrate their diversity and their shared love for our town,” said Mayor Pierre Charron.

“Culture is a powerful means of gathering and sharing moments of togetherness, which can only help us understand each other better and build connections. I invite the community to join us on September 3rd. I am convinced that the discoveries we make there will become cherished memories,” added Raymond Tessier, Municipal Councillor of the Islands District and the council member responsible for cultural affairs. The festival program will be available on the Events page of the city’s website. This event is the result of a collaboration between the city and the organization ABL Immigration.