Fatbike and Mireille Mathieu What to do in Estrie

Fatbike and Mireille Mathieu | What to do in Estrie this weekend?

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The Memphrémagog Winter Crossing, Fatfest edition

The festival joins forces with the first ever edition of the Grande Coulée winter festival to offer participants a program that combines winter sports and tasting beers from microbreweries. The event will take place on February 24th from 10 a.m. to 11 p.m. at the Mont-Orford Golf Club and Mont-Orford National Park.

Costs of participation depend on the time of registration and the route chosen.

The 2024 edition is dedicated to the fat bike.


The amateur theater group Les Nomades Imaginaires presents “The Little Prince”.

February 23rd and 24th at 7:30 p.m. in the Pierre-Gobeil Cultural Center.

  • Adult ticket $23.50 before tax / Student ticket $13.50 before tax

Love yourself with all your heart at the P'tit Bonheur in Saint-Camille

February 24th at 8 p.m. A piece by the Kata Theater in collaboration with La Bordée, which is intended to be the diary of a party girl, her memorable drinking sessions, but also her wake-up calls and her outbursts of anger. Wood as well as his transition to sobriety. Ariel Charest interprets this text by Cristina Moscini.

The evening is also offered in a dinner show format.


Comedy Boq evening

Le Boquébière resumes its comedy evenings this Saturday, February 24th at 8 p.m. Several comedians will perform during this hour and a half show hosted by Yan Sabatin. Evelyne Roy-Molgat plays the role of the columnist.

  • Ticket for $16 online or at the door (taxes and fees apply online)
Jay Du Temple

Jay Du Temple presents END at the University of Sherbrooke Cultural Center

Saturday, February 24th, 8 p.m


Lynda Lemay at the Granada Theater

On Friday, February 23rd, at 8 p.m., Lynda Lemay presents her show Life is a Fool's Tale.

Yoo Doo Right and Population II in the Little Black Box

Friday, February 23rd, 8 p.m

Mireille Mathieu celebrates her 60th career anniversary at the University of Sherbrooke Cultural Center

February 23rd at 8 p.m


The Slapshot Tour takes place at the Val d'Or Foreurs game against the Sherbrooke PhŔnix

A special game at the Palais des Sports Léopold-Drolet in the presence of the Hanson brothers and Denis Lemieux from Slap Shot. After the game, the first ever edition of the special Phoenix podcast with the Enttracte team will also take place at Salon Stella Artois.

  • Adult ticket $19.24 / Student $11 / Child $5.50

Sea Dogs of Saint-John tells the story of the Phoenix of Sherbrooke

Sunday, February 25th, at 3 p.m. at the Palais des Sports Léopold-Drolet.

  • Adult ticket $19.24 / Student $11 / Child $5.50

movie theater

Projection of In the belly of the dragon with Rémy Girard at Eastman

Next Saturday, February 24th, film fans are invited to attend the screening of the film “In the Belly of the Dragon” at the Complexe St-Édouard (362 rue Principale, Eastman) from 6:30 p.m. This special evening will be marked by the presence of the actor Rémy Girard, who will take the opportunity to pay tribute to his friend Michel Côté, who died last year.

Remy Girard


Cinematography of virtual matter And The ghost of Gyorgy to Sporobola

The Sporobole is hosting a double opening for the exhibition “Cinematography of Virtual Matter” by Baron Lanteigne and the sound show “The Phantom of György” by Érick D'Orion on Friday February 23rd at 5 p.m. The works will be presented until March 23rd and April 14th.

A conversation with Baron Lanteigne is also planned on Saturday, February 24th at 2 p.m.

Spring exhibitions at MACB

Brompton House of Arts and Culture launched its spring exhibitions on February 11: “On the Threshold” by artist Marie-Soleil Provençal, “Répit” by artist Gabrielle Gagné and “Leaked” by artist Shirin Abbasi. These three solo exhibitions reflect on the topic of living and what it means to be at home.

Fishing stories at MNS2

In addition to its permanent collection, the Sherbrooke Museum of Nature and Sciences (MNS2) presents this exhibition designed by the Museum of Civilization until September 2, 2024. This exhibition traces the beginnings of this unique sport in Quebec from the arrival of the English to the present day and consists of more than 350 objects representing the different types of freshwater sport fishing practiced on the territory of Quebec. But beware! It could be that some of the stories told are more imaginative.

MBAS: Youth exhibitions “In My Head” and “A Magnificent Devastation” by Jérémie St-Pierre

The Sherbrooke Museum of Fine Arts opened two new exhibitions to explore on February 8th. “In My Head” aims to guide young and old in reflecting on their own subjectivity, their feelings, their tastes and their aesthetic preferences.

For his part, Jérémie St-Pierre explores the diverse aesthetic possibilities of painting and the limits of reality using figurative paintings.

The exhibitions can be seen until April 21st.

Man in all his states: the collection of Réjean Hébert and Yvon Boilard

The Pierre-Gobeil Cultural Center is offering an exhibition of the private collection of Yvon Boilard and Réjean Hébert until March 25, 2024. Former Health Minister Réjean Hébert wants to open eyes to the beauty and sensitivity of the male body. With his partner Yvon Boilard, Dr. Hébert held his first exhibition entitled “Man in all his states”, which consists of works acquired by the couple from four parts of the world.

For more information, see Anthony Ouellet's article on this topic.

Intervals by Virginie Laganière and Jean-Maxime Dufresne

The University of Sherbrooke's Antoine Sirois Art Gallery and the Groupe Mach exhibition space (in the law library) present the research of the artist duo Virginie Laganière and Jean Maxime Dufresne. The exhibitions Intervals and Reflets were created following research trips to Japan by the duo, who have been working together for around twenty years.

“This collection of videos and photographs reflects the coexistence of technology, belief systems and the excessive pressure that work puts on people,” we write in the invitation.

Intervales will be presented at the Antoine-Sirois Gallery until March 31, 2024, while Reflets will be presented at Espace Groupe Mach until April 21, 2024.