Rue Fermier 2019

Agriculture, Community Workshops, Events

On July 18th, the gardens on the rooftop and the Terrasses Roy, the farmer’s market and all the collectives will be dressed to the nines to welcome you and your family and friends to celebrate summer and the community.

  • When: July 18th from 4:00-9:00 pm
  • Where: 111 Roy East (between Coloniale and de Bullion)
  • Cost: Free activities, food and drinks available at a reasonable price

The theme of this year’s Rue Fermier is the Carnival of the Many Thanks! This celebration is our way of saying thanks to our amazing community, who have been giving so much to the Roulant for close to 25 years, and to recognize the incredible work of our farmers in small-scale organic agriculture.

During the event, check out the Donors Corner 5 à 7 on the second floor where you are invited to connect with donors, community members, and the Roulant’s new Fundraising Coordination team to learn more about exciting projects and initiatives coming up in 2019.

Guided tours, free activities, food, amazing music, fresh produce and the Farmers’ Market will be rocking the evening!

We’d love to see you there, so save the date!

Program :


4:00 pm

  • Children face painting
  • Guided tours of the Roulant
  • Information booth of our collectives
  • Agricultural educational workshop
  • Thank you cards making
  • Farmers’ Market with local vendors and artisans
  • Painting of a collective mural
  • Finger food and drinks:
    • Free appetizers and refreshments from the Roulant
    • Hot-dogs from les Volailles Et Gibiers Fernando ($)
    • Ice-cream from La Chilenita ($)

4:30 to 5:30 pm

  • Terrasses Roy: guitar show with MYKL
  • Rooftop garden: harp show with Marie Hamilton

5:30 to 6:00 pm

  • Magic show, circus performance and other surprises

6:00 to 7:00 pm

  • Terrasses Roy: Swing and folk show with 10% Velcro

7:00 to 8:00 pm

  • Terrasses Roy: Live music with the Aaron Dolman Trio

8:00 pm

  • Rooftop garden: Paper planes drop
  • Terrasses Roy: Dance party

Questions? Contact Marie-Anne by email or call 514-284-9335.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *