Leap Day: What to Do with Your Extra Day

This year, is a leap year. Meaning there is 1 extra day in February, 2016! How will you spend your bonus day? We’ve got some inspiration for you on fun things to do on February 29, whether it’s an outdoor adventure or a good meal.

Hot Yoga | Moksha Yoga NDG

Nothing is better than a hot yoga class to give you the extra energy boost you need during the cold season. Grab your mat and Uber to Notre-Dame-de-Grâce, for a therapeutic and traditional yoga class in a specially-heated room, no matter what your level is.

photo via http://ndg.mokshayoga.ca/

photo via ndg.mokshayoga.ca/

Coffee Break | Teque Teque

Add a touch of sunshine to your day by stopping by Teque Teque in Little Italy, a bistro-cafe that offers 100% handmade products in true South American tradition. Bite into Tequeños, cheese sticks popular in Venezuela and Colombia, and sip on a latte macchiato or a house-made lemonade.

Ice Skating | Multiple Locations

Whether it’s Beaver Lake on Mount Royal, Maisonneuve Park or Willibrord Park in Verdun, enjoy the fresh air and stretch your legs on the skating rink!


Dinner Time | Chez Victoire

Discover the French-inspired cuisine of Chef Alexandre Gosselin, who offers a menu full of local and seasonal ingredients. Located in the heart of Plateau Mont-Royal, Chez Victoire will even offer a special cocktail to celebrate leap day on Monday. Bon Appetit!

photo via facebook.com/chezvictoire

photo via facebook.com/chezvictoire

Who wants to play? | Le Colonel Moutarde

Finish your extra day at Le Colonel Moutarde, the perfect place to enjoy a drink and some friendly competition with one of the 500 board games available.

©Catherine Catherine

©Catherine Catherine

Happy Lead Day, Uberettos!

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