The Little Burgundy, Griffintown and Lachine Canal experience
From the start of the Industrial Revolution and the birth of jazz in Canada to the neighbourhood’s renaissance as a “culinary corridor” and urban development experiment, Montréal’s southwest district, known as Little Burgundy, has undergone profound transformations.
We will explore some of the key landmarks that embody these changes and meet a few movers and shakers who have been part of “Burgz” history or who are writing its new story and direction.
May 23 and July 18
Saturday: 2:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
* Drop-in rate $10
* Non-residents please add $15
* The schedule may change without prior notice
Griffintown and Lachine Canal experience
The Little Burgundy, Griffintown and Lachine Canal experience From the start of the Industrial Revolution ...Register