Pointe-à-Callière’s Next Generation of Philanthropists invites you to its lively and luscious Spotlight on Old Montréal! An Evening à la française! event taking place on Wednesday, July 10 on the roof of the Mariners’ House – National Bank Pavilion!
Come enjoy our glass-walled space with a 360 degrees view of Old Montréal, take in the Internationale des Feux Loto-Québec fireworks competition as you sip a glass of pastis, and rediscover the art of French gastronomy when you visit the international exhibition Dinner is Served! The Story of French Cuisine.
A unique opportunity to experience our rooftop patio with its exceptional view, normally available only for private group reservations. Exclusively for our Next Generation of Philanthropists.
Starting at 8 pm
Cocktails and wine + cheese table + live DJ
Tour of the Dinner is Served! The Story of French Cuisine exhibition
Sweets from Maison Christian Faure
Fireworks, starting at 10 pm
Event ends at 11 pm
The Pleins feux sur le Vieux! event will have the great pleasure of hosting an exhibition by internationally renowned Montréal artist GAB BOIS, who photographs everyday objects and recontextualizes them in an effort to create discomfort and confront the standards of traditional photography. In keeping with the theme of the Museum’s all-new temporary exhibition Dinner is Served! The Story of French Cuisine, GAB BOIS’s works take a contemporary look at food and our consumption habits. Not to be missed!
Free activity for members of the Next Generation of Philanthropists.
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You can also purchase a ticket online for $45 per person.
All funds raised will go to the Pointe-à-Callière Foundation to support the Museum’s development.
An event organized by
Pointe-à-Callière Foundation and the Next Generation of Philanthropists comittee
Sébastien Boudreau, NATIONAL
Jean-François Lupien, Montréal International
Ben McAusland, National Bank
Adrian Noriega, University Institute of Geriatrics of Montreal
Philippe Valentine, Montréal International
Katerina Tzoski, Université de Montréal