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Vélo Paradiso is back for a 2nd season!

Wapikoni Mobile, in collaboration with Musique Nomade, TELUS Community Investment and the Society for the Celebrations of Montreal's 375th Anniversary, is proud to announce that Vélo Paradiso will be back for a second season! Discover our mobile projections in various parks and events in Montreal showcasing amazing and upbeat Wapikoni and Musique Nomade shorts and music videos.

Our season kicks off on June 15, 2018. We invite you to follow Vélo Paradiso's Facebook page to find out more including the full schedule of our 100+ screenings.


UPCOMING SEPTEMBER SCREENINGS

All the screenings start at dusk.

By borough:

Villeray/St-Michel/Parc-Extension

September 8th: Parc Georges-Vernot

 

Rosemont/La Petite-Patrie
September 8th: Piste cyclable des Carrières
September 10th: Jardin des Premières Nations du Jardin botanique
September 11th: Jardin des Premières Nations du Jardin botanique
September 12th: Jardin des Premières Nations du Jardin botanique
September 14th: Piste cyclable des Carrières
September 15th: Parc de la Petite-Italie
September 17th: Jardin des Premières Nations du Jardin botanique
September 18th: Jardin des Premières Nations du Jardin botanique
September 19th: Jardin des Premières Nations du Jardin botanique
September 24th : Bar AlexandraPlatz
September 25th: Jardin des Premières Nations du Jardin botanique
September 26th: Jardin des Premières Nations du Jardin botanique
September 29th: Le Virage

 

Sud-Ouest
September 7th: Marché Atwater
September 29th  Fête des récoltes

 


Created for Montreal's 375th Anniversary, Vélo Paradiso participated in various cultural events in 2017 including the Grande Tournée du 375e, CCUNESCO's General Assembly, Falla @ la TOHU, UNDRIP's 10th Anniversary and Musique Nomade's concert
Nikamotan.

Again this year, our projector bikes will be part of many cultural and festive events in various Montreal boroughs.

About TELUS Community Investment


There are thirteen Canadian and five international TELUS Community Boards. The TELUS Montreal Community Board supports youth programs in three main areas: health, education and the environment. It is particularly focused on programs that stand out for their social or technological innovation and offers funding to local charities. For more information, visit telus.com/community.

About the Society for the Celebration of Montréal’s 375th Anniversary
The Society for the Celebration of Montréal’s 375th Anniversary is a non-profit organization whose mission is to organize the celebrations and socioeconomic contributions that marked Montréal’s 375th anniversary in 2017. With a focus on promoting Montréal expertise, it acts as a catalyst for local forces in carrying out its mandate: to mobilize the community, implement a funding strategy, rigorously manage public funds, develop quality programming and ensure the visibility of the celebrations.

To learn more about the contribution of the Québec government to Montréal’s 375th Anniversary celebrations, click here.