Lavish Fridays in Montreal
So you’re looking for something new and different to do, and a place to hang out, then Lavish Fridays may be for you.
It’s a new Chic Urban and Caribbean-fused Friday Night
experience emerging in the Montreal Nightlife scene in the heart of the city. This new Lavish Fridays experience can be summed up in a phrase: “Entertaining and Upscale.” With special guest DJs and celebrities every week.
A Caribbean and urban sounds fusion coming together to create a lively party environment, enhanced by a group of hand-picked DJs (some of Montreal) taking patrons on a vacation-like musical experience.
Our target group is age twenty-plus professionals, as well as college and university students and graduates, all with a view of maintaining professional lifestyles and living in Montreal and surrounding areas.
This new experience will take place inside the beautiful Club LaBoom “Oasis White Room aka The Lavish Oasis Lounge” first floor). There are 3 rooms, each with different forms of entertainment to make your night out a memorable experience.
Don’t take our word for it, just come and ‘experience’ what we’re talking about. In a phrase, Lavish Fridays is a VIP experience.
“Nuff said.” You gotta come Lavish Fridays to feel it.
Ladies free before 12:30am or choose to register on our 10$ online guest list at www.LavishFridaysMTL.eventbrite.ca 0r 15$ after at the door. Visit http://l.facebook.com/l.php?u=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.LavishFridaysMTL.eventbrite.ca%2F&h=zAQGfFsoT&enc=AZPBoBRy4K1PCZ78HSa2ReRYRNUqv2Wnuq8LmsYuBx2HeeZximVd2m5G1SE8Z4u71yQ&s=1 Contact Brandon Lala at (514)-833-2593 or Ledon Anthony G at 647-821-4522.
Invitation to Save Our Girls
The Muhammad Study Group of Montreal is extending an invitation to the Women of Montreal to an afternoon out to watch the “Save Our Girls” broadcast by the Honorable Louis Farrakhan on December 10. It will be held at the Espace Urbain, 5934 St. Hubert .
There is no other minister, leader or man on this earth who wants more for the black woman than The Honourable Minister Louis Farrakhan. He has annihilated the misogynist’s biggest fear… for the Black woman to awaken to the essence of God within her. When in pursuit of a relationship with God, a woman doesn’t need to look that much further than within herself. The only way to connect to the real power of your femininity is to connect to God.
The women in The Nation of Islam have a special class that is designed to teach us how to magnify our qualities as we grow closer to God and understanding our purpose. A Nation Can Rise No Higher Than its Woman.
Join us as we learn how to embark on that journey together with a special DVD presentation of Save Our Girls. This broadcast will show highlights and demonstrations of what we do in our class. This event is for women only, refreshments will be served. Free admission. Hope to see you there!
Saturday, December 10th from 2-6pm.
The event will be on Sunday, December 18.
Last year hundred children and their families and friends from across Montreal jammed into the popular community gathering place in LaSalle to share in the good times.
Organizers say there will be an ample supply of toys to make sure that every child goes home happy and enough food to feed all comers.
This year several top local entertainers are lined up to perform, headlined by highly popular Mark Henry and The Blessed Band. Door opens at 11 AM and goes until 9:00 PM. Music by DJ 610 and DJ JERRY. The event is being held in collaboration with WD Consortium and Mystic Music & Love. Donations accepted at Caribbean Paradise: toys for ages 4 to 12, and can foods. (Please check your expiration date.) Volunteers, please contact Caribbean Paradise at 514-363-8080.
West Can Big People Party
West Can invites partyers to their Big People Party, on Friday, 16 at 10 PM at 882 Décarie Montreal. Music by DJ marvelous and Spice Connection Fundraising event. Donation $10. Drinks on sale. Info: 514-641-9149
C’bean Paradise has toys and music and food on Dec. 18
This year, Babita and Danraj and their staff at Caribbean Paradise have several top community organizers, including Winston Murray and his crew and Raphael McKenzie on hand to help to make sure the annual Christmas Toy and Dinner Give Away goes well.
Lodge Brothers at St. John Brebeuf
Lodge Brothers will be hosting their Annual New Year’s Eve party at a new location, St. John Brebeuf Parish Hall, 855 Bishop Power, in LaSalle. Admission tickets are $65- cocktail at 6:30pm, buffet and open bar; music provided by DJ Cupid Love. Parking available! For more information call Kenny: 514-813-7439 or Fitzroy 514-975-6251
Hawks International at Eveagreen
Montrealers have been gathering for the Hawks International New Years Ball for the past 23 years and it’s always memorable. This year they are back at the Evagreen Reception hall, 5011 Buchan. And the dancing will be non-stop with Julian McIntosh and The Caribbean Thunderbolts together with DJ 610 and DJ Elvin. On Saturday, December 31 from 7pm- 2am. Tickets $75 part proceeds to seniors luncheon.
For more information or to reserve tickets call The Curry house; 514-733-0828, Brenda 514 365-8668
Jamaican Assoc. for New Years Eve
Lady Reta and Dougie are calling party goers to come and join them for an evening fun and fine music on New Year’s Eve at the Jamaican Association 4065 Jean Talon West,on Saturday, December 31. This is their 7th year and it’s getting better every time around. at The Balloon drops at midnight. DJ Thomas and DJ Storm will deliver music to dance. Bring your lover. It’s a party you can afford with Tickets at 20$ in advance. Info.514 737 8229.
Cocktails and Champagne at MCSO
Officers and members at the MCSO are inviting Montrealers to come and enjoy a New Year’s Eve night with them at 7401 Newman Avenue. They promise a beautiful and classy evening where party-goers will ring in the New Year in grand style. It’s a semi formal event with cocktails and champagne at midnight and music from DJ Clinton and New Concept Crew. Call the MCSO for more information.
“Inna Rub a Dub Style on New Years
CY and Friends are hosting the very first dance of the year, on January 1st at the MCSO 7410 Newman, LaSalle. On hand DJ Smokey, James Bond, and Little Thunder are going to help the smooth transition into the next year on the right track.
Come and take part in Best Dressed Couple contest and win a bottle of champagne.
Tune into the “Mash time show” on CKUT, Wednesdays 2am to 4 am for your chance to win free tickets. MCSO members 15$- Call 514-364-5113
Non-members- Tickets are available for sale at Triple AAA records, The Curry House, Princessa for 20$ you may call/text 438-321-2757.