Club du Samedi

Update on Tuesday 4 January 2022: Closure of the Centre des Grands-Vents until further notice

Club du Samedi : Registrations for the winter 2022 session are not yet available, we encourage you to join our waiting list.

You can join our waiting list*: culture@acfsj.ca

*If you are on the waiting list, this means that we will send you an email with all the information about the next session as soon as the registration period is open.

Club du samedi 

Activities in French for children aged 5 to 14

Fall-Winter session : 

Online registration: 

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The Club du Samedi offers entertaining and educational activities in French for children aged 5 to 14. Participants take part in language-based activities, crafts, music, sports and more!
Here are some examples of activities we plan to do this session:

       

  • -Treasure hunt
  • -Sports
  • -Cooking
  • -Science projects
  • -Art workshops
  • -Nature hikes
  • -And much, much more

    If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us by e-mail at Culture@acfsj.ca  

If you wish to confirm your registration, please click on the 'Register (Individual)' button. At the very bottom of the table. 

Event Properties

Event Date 10-02-2021 9:00 am
Event End Date 12-11-2021 11:45 am
Registration Start Date 09-13-2021 9:00 am
Capacity 40
Cut off date 10-15-2021 4:30 pm
We are no longer accepting registration for this event
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at 726-4900 or write to culture@acfsj.ca 

The age of learning a second language, determining for the brain Share via

Radio-Canada Published on September 3, 2013

The age at which a child learns a second language would have a significant effect on the structure of his adult brain, shows a joint study conducted by the Neuro at McGill University and Oxford University. The authors, whose details of the work are published in the journal Brain and Language, studied magnetic resonance imaging results from men and women living in Montreal, 66 of whom are bilingual and 22 of whom are unilingual using a software program developed at Neuro.

Source : radio-canada ( read all article)