Proceeds benefits for Sun Youth Organization
Please help publicize this show
The Montreal Model Train Exposition is a miniature train show presented in conjunction with Sun Youth Organization, at their community services center, a non-profit organization renowned for its work in aiding the Montreal community.
Date: September 29th and 30th, 2018
Place: 4251 St Urbain Street, Montreal (Sun Youth Organization Centre)
Time: 10 am to 5 pm Saturday and Sunday
Price: $8 Adults, $6 Children
Free parking: HOME DEPOT 100 Beaubien street west, with shuttle bus service.
Information: Ivan Dow (email@example.com) 580 Pine Beach, Dorval (QC), H9P 2J6
Cell: (514) 918-1501 or home: (514) 636-9665
This year’s show, September 29th and 30th. 2018, features the largest collection in North America of model railroads that children can operate. And yes, they can be played with by the general public. More than 40 model railroads will be on display, including Tomas the Tank Engine and Harry Potter, with all the bells and whistles to entertain, and show the artistry and availability of the world of model railways. Plus boats, plastic models etc. showing what can be made using one’s hands.
Trains can be bought and sold at the show, which provides ideas and stimulates the creative mind. There will also be books, new and used, and videos for sale along with collectables and scenic materials to make mountains, trees and water and lots of free advice on how to create and enjoy your very own world in miniature. This show makes for happy children and grandparents with railways for children from 2 years to 100 years old.
At the Montreal Model Train Exposition, you can also see the facilities that provide support for the needs of Montreal. Sun Youth Organization is the largest independent charity in Montreal and is renowned for its integrity and ability to help those in need. Sun Youth Organization also enriches those who become involved with it. Not only is this show fun, but, as a fundraiser for Sun Youth Organization, it is of benefit to the society in general and those most in need.This show provides a flashback to the past and opens up old joys and experiences no longer common to today’s videogame generation, opening the eyes and minds of our youth to new possibilities and creative joys.
The best time to visit the show is Sunday at 10:00 am.
Sorry, there are no adapted facilities (ramps or elevators).
This show is a success due to the support of the media and clubs, and all help is greatly appreciated. All support will be given to anyone who wishes to help publicize this show (contact Ivan Dow or Sun Youth).