June 24 - 1:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. 

New World Rafting 

25 ch. des septs-chutes, GSLR 


Make-up, Inflatable game, Swimming pool, Spa, Beach Volleyball, Billiards, Foosball and more. 

2 p.m. : C'mon Manon! Circus show and clown game 

3 p.m.-5 p.m. : Circus and trapeze workshop 

3:30 p.m. : Radio Bomba, music show, presented by CIR

6:45 p.m. : Speech + tribute to the flag 

7 p.m. : Dance workshop 

8 p.m. : Grouyan Gombo, music show 

9:15 p.m. : Fire artist, presented by CIR

9:30 p.m. : Bonfire and marshmallow 

New World Rafting is offering discounted rides for GSLR residents: 

-Half-day rafting at 50% off 

-Family rafting (child 6 to 11 years old) at 50% off 

Advance reservation required: 1 800 361-5033. 

No reservations on the day of June 24.

In Partnership with: Centre pour l'immigration en région, Rafting New World, Gouvernement du Québec, Gouvernement du Canada, Mouvement National des québécois et des québécoises, Hydro Québec

Are parking spaces available? 
Parking is available free of charge on site. 

Can I bring my dog or my pet? 
Dogs must be on a leash and always under supervision 

What happens if it rains? 
The event will take place, rain or shine. If in the meantime you want to hang your rosaries on the clothesline, 
that would be very nice of you. In the case of a very rainy day, the music performances will be presented 
inside the restaurant. On the other hand, space is more limited, so we strongly hope that the weather will be nice. 

How do I get there? 
North of Highway 50, on Chemin Kilmar, turn onto Chemin des Septs-Chutes to the Center Nouveau Monde (about 1 km). 
There is also a "New World Rafting" sign. 

Do I need to bring my chair? 
There are terrace chairs, but they are not necessarily suitable for the visibility of the show and there are few of them. 
It is therefore advisable to bring your chair or a blanket to settle in with more comfort. 

What should I bring? 
- bathing suit, beach towel, sandals 
- sunscreen, hat, mosquito repellent 
-bottle of water, lawn chair 
- white, blue or yellow clothing (be thematic!) 

Are there tickets to buy? 
The event and all on-site activities are free, excluding rafting trips. 
For rafting descents, it is necessary to reserve in advance: 1 800 361-5033. 
No same day reservations. 
Rafting Nouveau Monde is offering discount descents for GSLR residents for this day. 
-Half-day rafting at 50% off -Family rafting (child 6 to 11 years old) at 50% off 

Is it possible to reserve a campsite for the event? 
Exceptionally, it is possible to reserve a campsite. Usually, the campsite is reserved only for those participating
in the rafting trips.


Will there be places to eat and drink? 

The tiki bar 
Open throughout the event 
Snack: Hamburger, hot dog, chicken burger and veggie burger. 
Juice, water, alcoholic beverages 

Indoor restaurant 
Open from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. 
Meal: Chili, vegetarian meal with salad,... 
Alcoholic beverages 

Indoor bar 
Open throughout the event 

Can I bring food, water or alcohol to the site? 
There is the Tikibar and the restaurant which will serve great food and alcoholic beverages throughout the Party. 
Personal alcohol is not tolerated on the entire site with permit, this includes the following sites: swimming pool,
terrace, volleyball, restaurant. 
As for water bottles, we strongly advise you to bring your own, we have a filling station on site. 

What measures are in place to respect our environment? 
We strongly advise visitors to carpool together. (friends, family, neighbour) 
A water refill station is available, so we invite attendees to bring your water bottle 
There are recycling bins placed on the site, in order to recover the accepted materials. 
The decoration (flags, banners, pennants, etc.) on the site, Made in Quebec and 100% recycled and recyclable. 
In addition, year after year, the decorations are reused. 
The small festive flags put back on site are in fact surpluses from previous years and are collected at the exit of the 
site if the citizens deposit them in the location provided for this purpose. 
Use of washable dishes and utensils in the lodges and compostable for the Tikibar. 
No plastic water bottles on stage.



 On June 17, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., children are invited to the Pointe-au-chêne Library for the official launch of the TD Summer Reading Club. They will be able to receive their notebook and stickers free of charge, borrow books and take part in an activity that is out of the ordinary from 1 p.m.

Bilingual and free, the Club is for all children aged 3 to 12, regardless of their tastes and abilities. Following the launch, the Club will be held at both libraries. Contest: Several prizes will be drawn at the end of the summer! 

In the program:

Zoo-read in pajamas 

Saturday June 17 - 1 p.m. 

Pointe-au-Chêne Library 

3 to 12 years old Free - Registration required

Wear your pajamas proudly, make yourself comfortable in the tent and hear the story of Hedgehog and Guinea Pig. Let's have a Spleepover! is about the fears and joys of a first night away from home. Adapted according to age, each child will then have an individual reading period accompanied by the pet therapist and her hedgehog to develop their reading skills. DIY, reading and surprise. A morning of fun with Mr. Cactus, the hedgehog and his friends: Guinea pig and Chinchilla.

The trail of tales TD Book Club 

From June 17 to September 4 - anytime 

In the park behind the Pointe-au-chêne library 


Read a story outdoors as you wander through the pages! Treasure of Mireille Messier and Irene Luxbacher.



The Paul-Bougie Park community garden will be sown during Les Semailles d'Argenteuil workshop. Vegetables and herbs will grow throughout this summer. The food forest of the town hall had its first maintenance at the beginning of May, thanks to the good care of the volunteers. 

These two spaces of edible plants will need love to allow us to enjoy them. If you would like to become a space maintenance volunteer, you can contact Miriam Richer McCallum at extension 3135 or email her at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Municipal subsidy for day camps in 2023

Municipal subsidy for day camps in 2023  

The Municipality of Grenville-sur-la-Rouge will subsidize the participation of children residing on its territory in a day camp up to an amount of $50 per week per child. 

To benefit from this grant, you must provide the following documents: 

• the day camp invoice;

• proof that you reside in the municipality; 

• proof that you are the parent or legal guardian of the child which you are applying for a grant. 

• a copy of the child's birth certificate

The grant is payable in the months following receipt of the documents. For more information, contact Andréanne Bélanger, 819-242-8762 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Programme Pair: Daily prevention call and reminders

Programme Pair: Daily prevention call and reminders

The Pair program allows its members to feel more secure thanks to:

  • Daily prevention call service with an alert in case of non-confirmation
  • Reminders to take medication with or without an alert

The prevention system makes it possible to react quickly in the event of a tragedy.

These daily calls are reassuring for subscribers and their families.

It is also possible to use this solution to make appointment reminders, invitations for events, as well as for birthdays.

Become a member of the Pair program or register one of your relatives?

Contact us at 1-877-997-7247 or register at this web page:

Who is the Pair program for?

  • Seniors living alone.
  • Elderly couples with or without health problems.
  • Families who are worried about their parents, but do not have the time or the ability to call them every day.
  • Person in need of a medication reminder.
  • Person with health problems.
  • Anyone who needs a daily call for any other reason.

For more informations:

The Pair program is completely free for members and always will be!

Rafting New World : Day for local

Unique Offer

Day for local

Rafting New World is offering you an exclusive day specially reserved for residents of the Argenteuil MRC!

When is it? Sundays, July 16 and August 13


on family and half-day rafting.*


BY CALLING 1-800-361-5033

Local artisans on site during both days.

Hurry, places are limitated!

** Cannot be combined with any other offer and proof of residency is required.

Certain conditions apply.

Abolition of late fees in the libraries

Abolition of late fees in the libraries

As of April 1, 2023, library late fees are abolished and debts associated with late documents for all its subscribers are erased.

This measure aims to improve acces to the municipal libraries. A place of culture that is essential to the community.

Kung-Fu courses

Report on Kung-Fu School of Argenteuil (École de Kung-Fu Argenteuil)

Are you curious to know more about Kung Fu? Here is a report on the Kung-Fu School of Argenteuil (École de Kung-Fu d'Argenteuil) 

Moreover, you can register for courses given at the Séminaire Sacré-Coeur 


Schedule: 4:30 pm to 5:30 pm (Ages 9+, Adults)


Schedule 1: 8:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m.: Ages 8-

Schedule 2: 9:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. (Ages 9+, adults)

Cost*: $55 / month, 2 for 1 / family 

*for all the classes

For more information, contact Louis Roy at 438-308-3337

Argenteuil healthy basket

 Fresh fruits and vegetables at a reduced price delivered at Grenville-sur-la-Rouge. Thursdays every 2 weeks.

Three (3) available formats: $14 - $18 - $22.  Contact us at Café Partage : 450-562-0987

Family and Senior Policy

After more than two years of efforts and with the support of the Ministère de la Famille, the Secrétariat aux aînés and the MRC d'Argenteuil, families and seniors will finally have the chance to learn more about the action plan derived directly from their needs and the ideas expressed during various public consultations. This policy will consolidate a number of actions such as introducing a municipal recreation program, increasing the number of activities for seniors and families at the municipal libraries and continuing to support the development of alternative food security measures for families and seniors living below the low-income threshold, to name just a few.

See attached file:  Politique famille et aînés

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  • Harrington Valley Community Center (HVCC) Chantal Scapino : (819) 242-1919 420, chemin Harrington  
  • St-Andrews United Church Avoca (SAUCA) Jacqueline Richer : (819) 242-0201 150, chemin Avoca 
  • Harrington Golden Age Center (HGAC) Elaine Cook : (819) 242-0278 259, chemin Harrington Page facebook
  • Avoca Community Centre (ACC) Bev Parent Currie : (613) 301-8404 192, chemin Avoca Page facebook 
  • Centre communautaire Campbell (CCC) Francine Gauthier : (819) 242-3232 2710, route 148 Page facebook 
  • Centre communautaire Paul-Bougie (CCPB) Mélanie Payer : (819) 242-8762, poste 3100 414, rue Principale  


Municipal library 

Curbside pickup services is still available: People wishing to borrow documents will have to contact us by phone or e-mail.

Calumet Library: 819-242-8088 | This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Pointe-au-Chêne Library: 819-242-3232 | bibliopointeauchêThis email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

To discover the collection,visit the website:

Return of books

It is recommended to use the pound chute for returns.  To avoid further damage to softcover books, we invite you to put them in a bag before depositing them.

Thank you for your precious collaboration!

The Grenville-sur-la-Rouge Municipal Library Team


We accept :

-Novels with a publication date no more than 5 years old.

-Documentaries no more than two years old.

-Board games and puzzles complete and in good condition.

If the books and games meet these criteria, we invite you to contact the library directly to make donations.

Calumet Library: 819-242-8088 I This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Pointe-au-chene Library: 819-242-3232 I This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  


Calumet Sector Library: 435, Principale Street 
Opening hours: Monday 4 p.m. to 7 p.m., Wednesday 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. and Saturday 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. Telephone: (819) 242-8088 Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Pointe-au-Chêne Sector Library: 2710A, route 148
Opening hours: Tuesday from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m., Thursday from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Telephone: (819) 242-3232 Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Library membership fees : $ 0 for residents and $ 5 for non-residents.

Digital books
You already have an e-book reader or are thinking of getting one?  Le Réseau Biblio des Laurentides offers a selection of more than 2000 books and digital resources in French and 700 in English, all free of charge.

Volunteers: We would be happy to have you drop by. Our libraries are always looking for volunteers. Whether you are interested in getting involved or simply giving a few hours from time to time, do not hesitate to contact the coordinator at 819-242-8762, extension 3123. 

Interlibrary loans

Are you looking for a particular book that we do not have on our shelves? Just ask and we will likely find it through the interlibrary loan service (prêts entre bibliothèques – PEB). As a member of the Réseau Biblio des Laurentides, we have access to hundreds of thousands of documents, and it's all free!


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At its meeting on July 9, 2015, the municipal council adopted a by-law setting out the operating rules and the terms and conditions for use of our libraries.

Important: The documents in this section have no legal value, and are provided for information only and have no legal value. Only the certified copy of the original by-law and any amendments thereto obtained from the Municipal Registrar has any legal value.

By-Laws are available in their official French version only.


The Municipality and various organizations are always looking for volunteers.  For more information please call Andréanne Bélanger at 819-242-8762 ext.3123 or email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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