Due to the present COVID-19 pandemic, the Town of Rosemère is forced to cancel or postpone a number of spring and summer activities.
"We are very disappointed by this decision, but in view of the situation we are facing at the present time, we must follow the Québec government's orders and put the health and safety of our residents first. We usually have a very active community life and always with a large turnout of Rosemerites. Let's encourage each other by telling ourselves that it will all be back," stated Mayor Eric Westram.
Here are the majority of the events, activities or shows that have been cancelled or postponed. The Town nevertheless invites residents to check the website in order to view the complete list. Please note, however, that the decision on whether or not to hold certain activities has not yet been made, such as the day camps and the opening of the pool and tennis courts. Keep an eye out on the Town's communication platforms to stay informed.
Cancelled events, activities and shows
The home garage sales (May 16 and June 6), Neighbours' Day (June 6), the outdoor movies (June 19 and August 14), the summer and family concerts, the Open House at the pool (June 27), the special horticultural event (July 12), the Family Day at the pool (August 7), Citizens Day (August 22) as well as a number of cultural activities organized by the library have unfortunately been cancelled.
Back to the Earth Day, which was scheduled for May 23, is maintained, however, the formula will be reviewed in order to comply with government directives. More information will be announced soon.
Events, activities and shows postponed
Some activities and events will be postponed to a later date. These include the White on White event (rescheduled for summer 2021), the Babysitting course and Stay Safe course (rescheduled for fall 2020), Jonas' concert (time to be confirmed), the launch of the Seed Library (rescheduled for summer 2020), the mega garage sale at the train station (rescheduled for fall 2020), the Rosemère en santé race (rescheduled for fall 2020) and a few conferences planned at the library.
The Town would like to thank all the community organizations for their great cooperation.