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Holidays 2014
A real old-time Christmas!
Sucrerie de la Montagne invites you to experience authentic Québécois Holiday celebrations. We’ll transport you back to the days of country-style festive gatherings. You’ll enjoy traditional activities like a horse-drawn sleigh ride and savour holiday recipes handed down by our grandmothers … and every bit as delicious today. All in an atmosphere that faithfully re-creates Québec folkloric traditions!
The holiday season at Sucrerie de la Montagne is…
  • Ride in a sleigh or wagon pulled by our Belgian horses;
  • A traditional all-you-can-eat Christmas feast served at tables: Soupe à l’orge du moissonneur (harvester’s barley soup), Pain croûté de la Paysanne (farm-style crusty bread), Tourtière de la beauceronne (meat pie from Québec’s Beauce region), Dinde au beurre glacée à l’érable (maple-glazed butter turkey), ragoût de boulettes (traditional meatball stew), fèves au lard de chantier (wood-fired baked beans), Carottes glacées à l’érable (maple-glazed carrots), pommes de terre pilées à l'ancienne (old-style mashed potatoes), cranberry sauce and pickles. Dessert: Traditional sugar pie, golden pancakes, tea, coffee.
  • Live music by our singer-musicians. Bring your friends and relatives to sing and dance the night away! (minimum 40 persons)
Christmas celebration rates (taxes extra)

Christmas feast
Age 13 and over: $40 / person
Age 7 to 12: $20/ person
Age 3 to 6: $10 / person
Age 2 and under: Free
Bar packages available
Wapiti: $7 / glass
NEW YEAR’S EVE at Sucrerie de la Montagne is...
December 31, 2014, starting at 8 p.m.
  • Ride in a sleigh or wagon pulled by our Belgian horses
  • Glass of Caribou (traditional Québécois cocktail of whiskey, red wine and maple syrup)
  • Traditional all-you-can-eat New Year’s Eve feast served at tables: Soupe à l’orge du moissonneur (harvester’s barley soup), Pain croûté de la Paysanne (farm-style crusty bread), Tourtière de la beauceronne (meat pie from Québec’s Beauce region), Dinde au beurre glacée à l’érable (maple-glazed butter turkey), ragoût de boulettes (traditional meatball stew), fèves au lard de chantier (wood-fired baked beans), Carottes glacées à l’érable (maple-glazed carrots), pommes de terre pilées à l'ancienne (old-style mashed potatoes), cranberry sauce and pickles. Dessert: Traditional sugar pie, golden pancakes, tea, coffee.
  • Live music by our singer-musicians. Bring your friends and relatives to sing and dance the night away! (minimum 40 persons)
  • Folk dancing by a professional troupe.
  • Sparkling wine at midnight.
New Year’s Eve celebration rates (taxes extra)
Age 13 and over: $75 / person
Age 7 to 12: $37 / person
Age 3 to 6: $18 / person
Age 2 and under: Free