Arts Alive summer series closes with event in Pointe-Claire

The Arts Alive! Quebec festival is almost over, but you still have one last chance to check it out.

John Rennie will the host the last festival on Sept. 24

The Durham County Poets performed at this year's Arts Alive! Quebec Festival in Huntington. (Guy Rodgers /ELAN)

The Arts Alive! Quebec festival is almost over, but you still have one last chance to check it out. Described as a "moveable feast of music, theatre, dance, visual arts and film", the summer series is holding its last event in Pointe-Claire on Saturday, Sept. 24th

The Arts Alive! Quebec weekend in Hudson featured the the "Berlin to Broadway" cabaret. (Guy Rodgers/ELAN)

Now in its second year, Arts Alive! Quebec is an initiative of the English Language Arts Network (ELAN). It offers English artists a chance to expand their reach into communities they may not normally visit. 

Hudson, Quebec City, Huntington and Knowlton and Wakefield held very successful weekends filled to the brim with music, theatre and storytelling. The Pointe-Claire events offers activities to suit all ages.

Great for kids

The West Island edition of the Arts Alive! Quebec festival takes place at John Rennie high School. The event runs all day and features West Island artists and craftspeople, as well as activities for the whole family.

The West Island edition of the Arts Alive! Quebec festival takes place on September 24 at John Rennie high School. (Jeremy Andrews/Creative Commons)

There will be a series of kid-friendly workshops, art exhibitions, a teddy bear picnic, free henna tattoos and a concert in the evening by retro party band Vintage Wine . Some activities are free, others are ticketed.

For more information on Arts Alive! Quebec, please visit their website or the event's Facebook Page.