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The Bassins du Havre Sugar Shack

A downtown neighborhood party delighted young and old alike
Plus de 600 personnes étaient au rendez-vous pour vivre, l’espace d’un après-midi, l’expérience des Bassins du Havre dans le cadre de notre événement « Cabane à sucre urbaine », au coeur de Griffintown, à Montréal.

On March 15th more than 600 people came to experience life at Bassins du Havre, enjoying an afternoon of great food and fun at our ‘Sugar Shack’ party.

Many families came and were undoubtedly the life of the party. When the kids weren’t busy playing with farm animals, they were having fun getting their faces painted or sugaring off while their parents and grandparents savored the classic sugar shack cuisine with a twist, prepared by Chef Laurent Godbout.

It may have been a bit cold out, but what better way to warm up than listening to some good traditional music and enjoying some mulled wine around a crackling fire! Hops fans were able to taste the various beers of Brasseur de Montréal, a micro-brewery located just steps away from Bassins du Havre.

Many people drawn by the Lachine Canal lifestyle took advantage by visiting our sales office, complete with 3 model units.

Let me take this opportunity to again thank everyone who came out to celebrate with us.

We hope to see you next time!

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