Ciné-Parc Orford HD
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Vous pensez à écouter un film, mais c'est l'été et vous voulez rester dehors. Pensez au Ciné-Parc! Écoutez un film de votre voiture et profitez des belles soirées d'été!
Votre dernier souvenir au ciné-parc remonte à longtemps? Situé à 15 min en voiture.
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“The local sailing Club to rent small canoe, kayaks or sail boat for some summer fun on the lake. Great beach too for kids and with a good Pub for the grown ups!”
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“One of the seven wonders in the Eastern Townships, this is a must see! Tickets are highly recommended and can be found at forestalumina.com”
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“In 1971, the J. Armand Bombardier Museum opened its doors in Valcourt. Robert Bourassa, Premier of Quebec at the time, and Yvonne L. Bombardier, widow of the famous inventor and President of the J. Armand Bombardier Foundation, attended the inauguration ceremony. The first exhibition told Joseph-Armand Bombardier’s story through his inventions. The Bombardier Garage, the inventor’s first workspace, became a historical addition to the Museum in 1970, as the Museum was being built. In 1990, the Museum opened two new halls in the presence of Robert Bourassa, former Premier of Quebec, and Janine Bombardier, daughter of the inventor and president of the J. Armand Bombardier Foundation. For the first time, one of the halls presented an exhibition on the history of the world’s snowmobile industry and the evolution of this vehicle’s technology from 1960 to the present. Snowmobile models, winter clothing, racing vehicles, and interpretation panels helped visitors gain a better understanding of all the aspects of the industry. The other hall hosted temporary exhibitions on subjects related to the Museum’s themes. In 2012, a project was launched to renovate and expand the Museum to completely revitalize its facilities and exhibitions and to make it a unique institution open to the world. In February 2015, the Museum closed temporarily to move forward with the work required for its upgrading. In spring 2016, the institution will reopen its doors to the public, and will be known from then on as the Museum of Ingenuity J. Armand Bombardier.”
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