April 26th and May 9th 2018 from 3pm to 4.30pm We are hosting a children’s activity in our temporary exhibit « From Vimy to Juno, remembering Canadians in France ». Kids jump into the stories of 4 real life families that experienced both world wars. Each group of kids must assemble a puzzle made up of clues...
May 8th 2018 at 3pm Esplanade Garth Webb. More information to follow.
June 2nd 2018 at 8.30pm To celebrate the Juno Beach Centre’s 15th anniversary, the museum is organizing a free concert on Saturday June 2nd at 8.30pm. Nathalie Pena Viera 4tet will interpret Swing classics of the forties and fifties: Ella Fitzgerald, Cesaria Evora, Edith Piaf, and more! D-Day Festival Event. Garth Webb Esplanade.
June 2nd 2018 at 5pm Free conference on the subject of allied chaplains of the battle of Normandy, given by Tom Wilson, Canadian Anglican priest. D-Day Festival Event. In the Juno Beach Centre’s multipurpose room.
June 3rd 2018 from 10am to 6pm Exhibition of Second World War military vehicles. D-Day Festival Event – Free – in Juno Park in front of the museum.
June 6th 2018, 4pm to 6pm On Wednesday June 6th 2018, the Juno Beach Centre invites you to the screening of 3 films/documentaries on Canadians during the Second World War. 2pm, Storming Juno by Tim Wolochatiuk (in English, with French subtitles). 3:45pm, Les Carottes sont cuites by Alain Stanké (in French only). 5pm Champs d’honneur...
June 6th 2018 at 10:30am The Juno Beach Centre is hosting its traditional D Day Canadian ceremony. Details to come. Garth Webb Esplanade.
On Sunday, June 10 at 3 pm the Juno Beach Centre offers a meeting/ book signing session with Nicolas Paquin, Québecois author of the “Les Volontaires” trilogy. Nicolas Paquin is one of the few Francophone author’s devoted to introducing a teenage audience to the Second World War from the French Canadian point of view. His books have...
June 24th 2018 at 6:30pm New. Join the Juno Beach Centre staff around a bonfire to celebrate Saint-Jean Baptiste day traditional celebration of French Canadians!
July 1st 2018 from 3.30pm to 6.30pm For Canada’s national celebration, the Centre’s Canadian team invites you to take part in activities allowing visitors to discover the country’s culture. Both free and paid activities will take place. Garth Webb Esplanade or multipurpose room (according to the weather) Details to come.
From August 8-15 2018, Courseulles-sur-Mer and others cities of the Côte de Nacre region will host the 13th annual Acadian Week festival. Acadian Week is an opportunity to remember the Acadians who took part in the liberation of Juno Beach and to celebrate with traditional festivities. A number of activities will take place at the Juno...
September 22nd, 2018 New. The Juno Beach Centre will play host to a dinner where youth and witness can discuss and share their experiences and memories of the D-Day landings of 1944. By reservation only 02 31 37 32 17 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Details to come.
October 2018 Partake in the yearly tradition of celebrating Halloween with the Juno Beach Centre staff ! Details to come.
November 11th, 3pm Join us in our annual Remembrance Day ceremony. This year we will also mark the centenary of the armistice of the First World War. Details to come.
December 2018 In December, the Centre’s gift shop is in the spotlight. Join us for workshops to discover Norman and Canadian delicacies. Museum staff will also host numerous activities in the festive spirit of Canadian winters. Details to come.