Your Plague To Do List # 7 What To Do in Montreal Today Wednesday March 25 During Covid-19

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March 25, 2020

514Online Live with Lahiri — 7 p.m. – 8 p.m.

514Online is going to be going live on Facebook. Lorelai Lahiri will be sharing tracks and words. Check it out HERE.

Modo Yoga Live Streaming, All Day

Montreal’s many Modo Yoga studios are offering up free classes on Instagram and Facebook all day. Get ready for your flow, kundalini, yin, and community classes. All day. Keep up with them HERE.

FIFA Art Films Online

With 130 films set to show on March 17, the annual festival of art film was not to be defeated. Instead, watch the festival online! Access to the films is just $30 and showing continues until March 29. Cool! Check it out HERE.

Living Traces with the Phi Centre

Two different collaborative, at-home art projects are being developed by the Phi Centre and everyone is invited to submit. In one, you submit art, in the other, a sentence. Please click HERE to find out more. Until March 26.

Mindfulness Online — 1 p.m.

Working at home can be stressful (or just working or not working at home is stressful too). We didn’t need a pandemic to increase stress. But if you’d like to experience mindfulness as a way to reduce stress, join this Mindfulness online session hosted by Claudio Pantoni on March 25 at 1 p.m. Info HERE.

Live Dance and Fitness Classes with Latin Groove — 7 p.m. – 10 p.m.

Don’t salsa alone. Live stream with Montreal’s Latin Groove Dance School on Facebook, from 7 p.m. – 10 p.m. Info HERE.

Daily 45 Minute Bootcamp Online — 11 a.m. – 11:45 a.m.

If the gym is out of reach, fret not. Team Atlas knows we have limited equipment and weights at home. They’re offering a very affordable and fun online bootcamp for 45 minutes. Prices are $30/week. For info, click HERE.

ElleFITNESS Online — 5:15

Want to keep up your morale as well as reduce stress. Join ElleFITNESS every day, Monday to Friday, at 5:15, and Saturday and Sunday at 11:15 for training with Nadi. Click HERE for details.

Le Printemps des Revues

The 2020 edition of Printemps des revues has taken its annual event exclusively online, offering a plethora of Quebec magazines. These include mainstream, independent, and diverse publications. Among the readings are magazines on visual arts, cinema, literature, culture, history, theatre, and theory. Continues until April 5. For info on how to read them, click HERE.


March 27

Group Balcony Drone

Never the most popular musical genre, but one that’s fairly easy to join in. On March 27, from 21-21:15, everyone is invited to bring an instrument of choice out on their balconies and to drone in C. Info HERE

Line Dance On Line

Join the line and do the moves together. Country line dance for all levels. And yes, you can do it at home. March 27 at 8 p.m. Info HERE

Virtual Exstatic Dance Party

Want to be part of the largest virtual dance party. DJs from around the world are going to keep you moving for 24 hours. 1000+ participants will live stream. Now that sounds like a lot of fun. On March 27 12 p.m. until March 28, 12 p.m. Info HERE.

March 28

Storry — Live — 9 p.m.

Incredible break-out vocalist Storry will bring her pipes to the online streaming world in an intimate, stripped down piano-voice concert. Get ready to be blown away if you haven’t heard her yet. March 28 at 9 p.m. Info HERE.


Want to hear a classic? Got a teen or a youngster who likes stories. Audible put a bunch of books online for free to keep the little hamsters in the brain running. Get lit! Info HERE.

Montreal Rampage welcomes your suggestions for events that we can share with everyone that are streaming virtually. Get creative and create one! Send info to xxoo and socially distance!

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