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Green status – Status of activities offered by the Town and its suppliers
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Activities at the CSSL (skating, hockey, turf sports)

The Complexe sportif Saint-Lazare is privately owned. Please consult their website.

Address: 1850 Rue des Loisirs Saint-Lazare (Québec) J7T 3P4

Drop-in schedule:

Drop-In Hockey (13+, 8-12, 16+): $4 per person/Seniors $3
Drop-In skating:  $2 - Seniors $1
Drop-In Soccer : $2 - Seniors $1

Activities at the Parc nature Les Forestiers

Activities offered by suppliers and organizations in partnership with the city

The recreational programming is subject to change to comply with COVID guidelines issued by the Government of Quebec. Please get the latest updates from the suppliers.

The City of Saint-Lazare works closely with many partners and organizations involved in recreation, sport, community and cultural support. Ask them about their programs, services, etc.

Find them on pages 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 34 and 35 of our most recent Leisure Booklet My choice for an active lifestyle

Sports organizations

Association de balle molle mineures - 5 years and up  /

Association de baseball de St-Lazare - 4 years and up

Association de basketball Cavaliers
Summer 2021 Registration

Outdoor basketball for girls and boys 7 to 19 years old

  • Location: Parc des Éperviers - Notre-Dame-de-l'Île-Perrot (89 Rue de la Rivelaine Notre-Dame-de-l'Île-Perrot)
  • From the end of June to the end of August 2021
  • Cost: $120
  • Online registration:  
  • Information:

Association Football Stallions – 5 -17 y.o.

Association hockey mineur HRS –4 years and up

Club de Bocce de Saint-Lazare  - 18 years and up
450-455-0271 / 450-424-4083

Club Amical Chasse et Pêche St-Lazare- 18 years and up

FB : Club Amical chasse et pêche

Club d’attelage Saint-Lazare- 12 years and up

Club patinage artistique HRS- 3 years and up

Club de soccer Saint-Lazare Hudson- 4 years and up

Club de tennis Saint-Lazare

Club Équestre Les Forestiers 7 years and up

Communauté EB tennis - 7-18 y.o.

Fondation Bryan Liew  - 0-99 y.o.

Pickleball – Initiation

Tae Kwon do St-Lazare - 5 years and up

Community organizations 

Cercle de fermières Saint-Lazare - 16 years and up

Club de l’âge d’or de Saint-Lazare - 55 years and up

Club JOI   12 à 18 ans

Club Optimiste de Saint-Lazare - 18 years and up

FB : Club optimiste de st-lazare

Guides du Canada - 5-17 y.o.

La Source d’entraide

Les Aînés de Saint-Lazare (Club de Bridge) 50 years and up


Scouts St-Lazare - 5 years and up 

Repas partagés de Saint-Lazare - 50 years and up

450 455-0523

Club inspirers Toastmasters de Saint-Lazare   - 18 years and up

Société d’horticulture et environnement Saint-Lazare  - For all

Montérégie West Community Network - For all

Cultural organizations

Club de photo Saint-Lazare - 16 years and up

Club de danse folklorique Bulgare

Société historique Saint-Lazare

Activities offered by the Town

The following recreational offerings are subject to change to comply with COVID guidelines issued by the Government of Quebec. Check with the city.

Please scroll down for all activities.

  • Teenagers activities (12-17 y.o.) (click here)
  • Adapted Leisure - Les Incroyables chromosomes (click here)

Ponctual activities


Art Exhibit by Manon Labelle

Exhibit: until November 27, 2021
Location: Library
Public: For all.
Online exhibit:

Manon Labelle and Rick'Art'Do are pleased to present their works, influenced by their teacher and mentor.

A native of Saint-Lazare, Manon Labelle has become quite renowned in our region. The artist has also been teaching throughout her career and is recognized for her painted creations.



Zootherapy for seniors
Tuesday, November 23, 2021
Time: 1 to 2 p.m.
Location: Community Centre
Public: 50+, maximum 15 participants.
Registration required:

Discover the benefits of zootherapy.

Proof of double vaccination and proof of identity are required for all persons aged 13 and over. The mask is required for anyone 10 years of age and older.


Saint-Lazare Christmas Market
Saturday November 27 and Sunday November 28, 2021


Unveiling: Agnès Robin
Unveiling night: Thursday, December 2, 2021, 7 p.m.
Exhibit: December 2nd to 31st, 2021
Location: Library
Public: For all.
Link to the online exhibit: to follow

Born in Paris, self-taught artist Agnès Robin has lived in Quebec for 30 years and creates portraits in her Terrasse-Vaudreuil workshop. Women are a central theme in her work and a vehicle through which she shares different emotions.


Creation using chocolate
Sunday, December 5, 2021
Time: 1:00  to 3:00 p.m.
Location: New! Salle Sainte-Angélique (City Hall)
Audience: 3 years and older (presence of a parent required). Maximum 15 participants.
Registration required:

This chocolate workshop will allow each child to make sweets and 1 pizza that they will then decorate with various candies and chocolate glue.

Proof of double vaccination and proof of identity are required for all persons aged 13 and over. The mask is required for anyone 10 years of age and older.


Board game night
Friday, December 10, 2021

Time: 6:15 to 9 p.m.
Location: Library
Public: 4 y.o. and up 
Registration required:
Information: 450 424-8000 ext. 260

Come discover—or re-discover—the joy of playing board games! Enjoy this fun activity offered to you
free of charge in collaboration with the Saint-Lazare Library.

Try out dozens of games for all ages:
*Games for kids (ages 4 and up);
*Games for the family (ages 8 and up);
*Solo, 2-player and cooperative games;
*Strategy games, both beginner and advanced.

Animators will be on site to explain the different game rules. Bring along your own favourite board games and give others a chance to discover them. You won’t want to miss it!

Proof of double vaccination and proof of identity are required for all persons aged 13 and over. The mask is required for anyone 10 years of age and older.


Floral Christmas Ornament Creation
Saturday, December 4, 2021


Christmas Show in French: Le théâtre magique de Noël 
Sunday, December 12, 2021

RECCURING ACTIVITIES (in alphabetical order)

Book Club in English - Book Nuts Club 

Do you enjoy reading in English? Want to join a group of people your age who share the same passion? Our book club for seniors may be just what you’re looking for!

  • Until further notice, meetings will be held on ZOOM.
  • Meeting dates: Wednesdays, October 13, November 10 and December 8, at 7:30 p.m.
  • Information and registration at the library: 450-424-8000, ext. 260.


Book Club in French - Club de lecture des Sages branchés

Are you 55 and up? Do you enjoy reading in French? Want to join a group of people your age who share the same passion? Our book club for seniors may be just what you’re looking for!

  • Until further notice, meetings will be held in person, at Salle Sainte-Angélique - Town Hall
  • Meeting dates: Wednesdays, October 20, November 17 and December 15, from 9:45 to 11:30 a.m.
  • Information and registration at the library: 450-424-8000, ext. 260.
Proof of double vaccination and proof of identity are required for all persons aged 13 and over. The mask is required for anyone 10 years of age and older.


Drop-in billiard (pool)
Mondays and Wednesdays, from 8:30 to 10:30 p.m.

*No activities on October 4 and 11, and November 1 and 8, 2021

Residents of Saint-Lazare, men and women aged 18 and over, are welcome to practice and refine their billiard player skills:

  • At the Saint-Charles Hall of the Saint-Lazare Community Centre (1301 Rue du Bois)
  • Mask must be worn
  • Bring your pool cue
  • Maximum number of players at a time: 6
  • Free
Proof of double vaccination and proof of identity are required for all persons aged 13 and over. The mask is required for anyone 10 years of age and older.


Drop-in bocce
Wednesdays, from 10 a.m. to noon

Men and women aged 18 and over, are welcome to practice and refine their bocce player skills. Beginners are welcomed!:

  • At the Sport Complex (1850 Rue des Loisirs)
  • October 6 to December 15
  • Mask must be worn while travelling to the activity
  • Equipment provided
  • Maximum 25 participants. No registration required.
  • Cost: $2/person and $1/ for ages 60 and up. Please bring cash money.
  • Information : 450-424-8000 ext. 216

Proof of double vaccination and proof of identity are required for all persons aged 13 and over. The mask is required for anyone 10 years of age and older.


Low-impact Fitness 50+

On Monday, December 13, the class will be held from 1 to 2 p.m.

Public : Age 50 and up. Residents only. Maximum 25 participants.

Dates and time: September 28 to December 15

  • Mondays and Wednesdays, 2 to 3 p.m., at the Community Centre (1301 Rue du Bois)
  • Tuesdays, 6:30 to 7 :30 p.m., at Westwood Junior High (2800 Rue du Bordelais)

Equipment: bring your own yoga mat and a bottle of water. You must wear a mask going toward the activity.

Cost: Free

Registration required: Registration possible from 48 hours to 1 hour before the activity start time). By phone on the day of the activity and before 4:30 for Tuesday evening classes: 450-424-8000, extension 220 Registration in person subject to available spaces.

Information: 450-424-8000 ext.216

 Proof of double vaccination and proof of identity are required for all persons aged 13 and over. The mask is required for anyone 10 years of age and older.

Adapted leisure

Adapted leisure– activities resume
Registration starts Wednesday, September 1, 2021

It is with pleasure that the City of Saint-Lazare announces the resumption of adapted leisure activities «The Incredible Chromosomes», a program launched in 2019 for kids aged 6 to 17 years living with disabilities, as well as their brothers and sisters, 6 to 17 years old!
This program:

  • Offers at no charge, activities adapted in the enchanting setting of the nature park Les Forestiers-de-Saint-Lazare, including adapted workshops, animation, hikes, outdoor games, sliding and swimming
  • Considers different disabilities
  • Supervised and supervised by specialized educators, coaches and sibling facilitators.
  • Accommodates up to 15 children with disabilities in addition to siblings

Opening a file

The parent must open a file online if the child has never participated in one of these periods or if the child’s situation has changed (aggravation, improvement, other symptoms, etc.).


Parc nature les Forestiers-de-Saint-Lazare located at 2800 Chemin Lotbinière.

2021 activities

Registration starts

Registration deadline

Email instructions



Wednesday, Sept. 1st

Wednesday, Sept. 22

Thursday, Sept. 23

Sept. 25

9 a.m. to 12 p.m.

Friday, Oct. 1st

Wednesday, Oct. 20

Thursday, Oct. 21

Oct. 23

Monday, Nov. 1st

Wednesday, Nov. 24

Thursday, Nov.  25

Nov. 27

September 25th: Zootherapy -
 Kids aged 6 to 17 years living with disabilities and their siblings are invited to discover the benefits of zootherapy through a variety of activities.

October 23rd: Tactile Halloween -
Take part in several sensory discovery activities and create various types of slime including marshmallow slime, crocodile slime, etc.

November 27th: A musical journey
- A calm and gentle performance in which two artists explore four different worlds (the desert, the jungle, wintertime and the deep seas) to the rhythm of various instruments with the help of two friendly puppets.

Online registration

Registration is done online using the Saint-Lazare Access card (resident card) or by telephone at 450-424-8000, ext. 217.

In case of cancellation

Daily and unexpected challenges that those living with disabilities and their parents are faced with, the Town will accept cancellations the morning of the activities.  At the same time, it is preferable to notify the Town as soon as possible in order to allow children on the waiting list to take part in the activities as replacements for those who cancel. This is greatly appreciated by parents whose children are on the waiting list. Important: If the child living with a disability is no longer able to take part in the activity, please note that siblings may not participate either. The program is intended to promote the integration of children with disabilities and not to provide “child care”.

Reception of instructions

The Thursday before the scheduled period of activity, parents will receive instructions by email for that given Saturday, notably with regards to required clothing, access to parking and drop-off areas for those who need assistance with mobility, health instructions in effect, etc. 


Waiting list

If the maximum number of applications is reached, a waiting list will be created.

You have questions?
Culture and Event Coordinator
Magali Mayrand
450 424-8000, extension 217

Christmas Celebrations

Floral Christmas Ornament Creation
Saturday, December 4, 2021
Time: 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

Location: Salle Sainte-Angélique at the Town Hall 
Public: 16 +. Maximum 15 participants.
Registration required:

Christmas decoration craft: creation of a Terrarium/glass Christmas ornament.

Proof of double vaccination and proof of identity are required for all persons aged 13 and over. The mask is required for anyone 10 years of age and older.

Santa's bus in Saint-Lazare
Saturday, December 11, 2021
Time: 6 to 8:30 p.m.
Location : everywhere in Town (map will be added soon)
Public: the entire family
The first 50 people who registered will receive a little gift. Since this registration is closed, anyone can participate without registration.

Santa's house will ride around town to pick up the children wish lists.

*Proof of double vaccination isnt requested at the event as its a slow parade, but we invite everyone person attending to respect distanciation.

Christmas Show in French: Le théâtre magique de Noël 
Sunday, December 12, 2021
Time: 1 to 1:45 p.m. (doors open at 12:30 p.m.) 

Location: Community Centre
Public: 3 to 12 y.o. Limited spots.
Registration required before December 10th:

Holiday season magical show for the whole family.

Proof of double vaccination and proof of identity are required for all persons aged 13 and over. The mask is required for anyone 10 years of age and older.

Halloween 2021

See you in 2022!

Ice rinks

On March 9th, 2021 and in light of the weather conditions,
the outdoor skating season is over.

Outdoor skating rinks and rings

Maintenance and surface quality

For several years now, climate change has had a non-negligible impact on one of Quebecers' favourite leisure activities: skating!

Frequent and significant variations in weather conditions do not always make it possible to practice this sport continuously, but the municipal team makes every effort to ensure the best possible conditions for the enjoyment of Saint-Lazare residents.

Did you know?

Night shift (2 blue collar workers):

  • A team is assigned from Tuesday 10:30 p.m. to Sunday 7 a.m. to maintain the 8 rinks and rings throughout the territory.
  • To do this, lighting is required (so lights are turned on, if you were wondering).
  • The time required to complete the night maintenance varies depending on the size of the rink or ring, as well as the type and quantity of precipitations.
  • When winter conditions are ideal, the night team succeeds in watering them and bringing any surface correction on the surface of the 8 sites in a single night.
  • However, during a storm or continued precipitations, the team may not be able to complete the snow removal on the 8 rinks and rings, and it is then up to the day team to continue the work.

Day Shift (2 blue collar workers):

  • The day shift continues to maintain the rinks and rings on weekdays, as well as to maintain the sports facilities, chalets, parks and buildings, as well as complete any other work request.

When the weather permits, especially when there are cold temperatures without significant snow precipitation, teams water the rinks and rings:

  • Abundantly to thicken the amount of ice on the ground. This approach prolongs their duration during a thaw.
  • To correct imperfections.

What influences the quality of the ice?

  • Heavy precipitation: snow acts as “blanket” and softens the ice.
  • Mild temperatures also soften the ice.
  • Rain degrades it and creates hazards and imperfections.
  • Skaters, who venture onto the ice when conditions are not favourable, damage the ice.
  • The use of non-compliant equipment (other than skates).

Residents are invited to:

  • Not venture onto ice rinks or ice rings.
    • When they are closed because of warm temperatures.
    • After the park is closed.
    • When the lights are turned off.
  • Use compliant skating equipment (skates).
  • To check ice conditions which are updated daily in this section before going to the park.


Summer schedule from Tuesday, June 1st to Thursday, September 30, 2021

Sunday and Monday: closed
Tuesday to Friday: 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Saturday: 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Special activities 

Story time (in person)
On Mondays, October 4, November 1st and December 6
Time: French - 9 to 10 a.m. | English - 10:30 to 11:30 a.m.
Location: Library
Public: 3 to 5 y.o.
Information 450 424-8000 ext. 260 

Let your children getting caught in the magic reading with our animators!

Story Time (virtual)
October 1st to 31st
November 1st to 30th
December 1st to 31st
Public: 3 to 10 y.o.
Information: 450 424-8000 ext. 260 

Let your children getting caught in the magic reading with our animators!

The magic of books

Reading has many benefits, it: 

  • Stimulates the brain
  • Reduces stress
  • Increases knowledge
  • Improves vocabulary
  • Improves memory function
  • Develops analytical capabilities
  • Improves attention span and concentration
  • Improves writing
  • And all of this is free at your local public library!

Did you know that you can consult the shelves in person?
Bookworms welcome! 

The staff offers you a selection of titles to discover, something to liven up your solo or family reading.

    Services offered on our premises with physical distancing:

    • Access to the circulation desk
    • Open access to collections
    • Access to furniture and workspaces
    • Access to computer stations

    Contact-free services will be maintained:

    • Online holds or phone reservations
    • Outside book drop (open 24/7)
    • E-books (over 3,000 titles available)

    Special invitation to students with online courses

    The library is pleased to welcome students who have online courses. They can connect from their mobile phone to our high-speed WIFI network during library hours. However, they will need to use headphones and wear a mask for the duration of their time in the library.

    For all details and health instructions to follow on site, visit the link of the library.

    Reservations for your favorite titles are still available in a few clicks online

    1. Click on personal file and enter your card number and password. (The password is one the Library gives you upon activating your account)
    2. Find a book you wish to read on the Website and click “Hold”. Please note that a valid citizen card is necessary
    3. Circulation desk: 450-424-8000 poste 260.
    4. We will call you when your book is ready.

    How to place a hold on a document:

    (See instructions on our library catalogue’s home page under the title “New and Events”

    For updates on library services, subscribe to the Town’s newsletter: . The Library Staff is working hard to offer you a safe and happy visit!

    Local market (Christmas, seasonal, etc.)

    Saint-Lazare’s local market

    Artists, artisans and agricultural producers come together in the parking lot of the town hall (1960 Chemin Sainte-Angélique) :

    • Every 2nd Saturday of the month 
    • 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
    • May to October
    • In accordance with health regulations (masks must be worn).
    • Cancellations due to weather conditions will be posted the same morning on the city’s Facebook page.

    Here is a preview of the products you will find at the local market in Saint-Lazare. Agri-food producers may be added when the harvest season begins. The list is subject to change.

    • Art embroidered on canvas
    • Bags, sun sensors, masks
    • Bake goods, cookies, cupcakes
    • Bath bombs
    • Beeswax candles, flowers, lavender, and lavender oil
    • Biscotti, cupcakes and other treats
    • Blown glass jewelry
    • Cabarets, signs, handicrafts and small wooden tables
    • Cards
    • Cheese (goat cheese)
    • Cloth bags, decorations and jewellery
    • Cushions, night masks, bowl covers and other designer designs
    • Custom cushions, clothing and cups, masks, towels, and other designs
    • Custom porch signs, tool boxes, tox, boxes, growth charts, custom dog beds, artisanal wood crafts
    • Cut flowers and bulbs
    • Crickets (food made with)
    • Decorative objects from branches, magic sensors
    • Decorative panels, tool boxes, dog beds and other wood designs
    • Decorative pots
    • Designer clothing
    • Dog treats
    • Fashion Jewelry
    • Fresh cut flowers, plants and bulbs
    • Fresh fruit juices
    • Fresh fruit popsicles
    • Frozen gourmet lasagna
    • Green cosmetics
    • Gnomes, homemade salsa, preserves
    • Handmade jewelry
    • Handmade pens
    • Handmade soaps, children’s soaps, shampoo and bar conditioner
    • Handmade wooden bowls
    • Handwoven Wayuu bags and hats from the Wayuu Tribe
    • Italian cookies
    • Jewelry and furnitures decorated with seashells
    • Jewelry made from cutlery and customized accessories
    • Lampwork glass jewelry
    • Natural beauty products, bar shampoos and soaps, essential oils
    • Natural stone framed art
    • Nature and abstract framed photos
    • Necklaces, rings, bracelets, chokers 
    • New jewelry boxes and furniture, shell designs
    • No waste items (reusable dusters, tea pockets, etc.)
    • Paper flowers 
    • Pebble art
    • Pet items and personalized items/logos
    • Pots (herbs and plants) and pampas
    • Serving trays
    • Soaps, shampoo, conditionners 
    • Soup cozies, pin cushions, sleep masks, neck pillows, tissue holders, pot holders, stove towels, popcorn bags, tortilla holders, fridge magnets
    • Soy candles, natural beauty products
    • Suncatchers and tote bags
    • Swarovski Element Jewelry
    • Wood and acrylic pens and letter opener
    • Zero waste green products, paper towels, wipes, scouring pads

    You are a craftsman? A producer? You would like to offer your products? Contact us at for terms and conditions. Visit the Saint-Lazare’s artisans association Facebook page.

    Parks, sports fields, swimming pool and other facilities

    Parks are open

    Municipal teams replaced park closure signs with Covid-19 signs indicating the “open/closed” status of each installations.  The City invites residents to refer to these new signs when visiting a park.


    School break

    Thank you to everyone who participated in our activities!

    Teen Zone and activities for the 12-17 y.o.

    All of the activities are ran by animators, 
    and for our young residents aged 12 to 17

    Baseball cap graffitis
    Friday November 26, 2021

    Time: 6:30 to 8 p.m.
    Location: Salle Sainte-Angélique (Hôtel de ville)
    Public: 12 to 17 y.o.
    Registration from November 1st to 26th:
    Information: 450 424-8000 ext. 220

    Enjoy this evening of creative fun and make your own unique graffiti baseball cap to take home.

    Spikeball evening
    Friday December 10, 2021

    Time: 7 to 9:30 p.m.
    Location: Forest Hill Senior
    Public : 12 to 17 y.o. Maximum 25 participants.
    Registration required:
    Information: 450 424-8000 ext.220

    Hosted drop-in activity to learn how to play spikeball (open to all skill levels).

    Teen-Katag: a strategic and tactical sport
    Friday December 17, 2021
    Time: Group 1 - 6:30 to 8 p.m. | Group 2 - 8:15 to 9:45 p.m.
    Location: Forest Hill Senior
    Public : 12 to 17 y.o. Maximum 25 participants.
    Registration required, (available until the day of the activity, at noon) :
    Information: 450 424-8000 ext. 220

    Hosted action-packed evening of Katag—a life-size game where two teams face off and compete using foam swords.

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