Covid-19 vaccine passport
The Government of Quebec has announced that as of September 1, 2021, the COVID-19 vaccine passport will allow access to certain places and certain non-essential activities only to persons (13 years of age and over), adequately protected or to those who have a recognized contraindication to vaccination against COVID-19. Consequently, we must all at La Pommerie, at all times, respect this rule.
It is each person’s responsibility to have their passport in their possession when participating in any of the activities mentioned below. La Pommerie will not keep records and will not accept people “on their word” only.
Obviously, anyone who does not have a valid vaccination passport will not have access to the places concerned, nor will be able to participate in the activities concerned. Any violation of this measure is subject to the penalties and sanctions provided for by law. (more…)
Announcement – Restaurant closing
Covid has burned the energies of many of us and we come out of construction vacations with a bit of a mess of energy.
Lots of hard-to-enforce regulations, a mini-tornado, sky-rocketing price hikes, staff, delivery and supply difficulties, and exhaustion all combine to lower our mines a little more every day.
In this context, the restaurant cannot survive and unfortunately has to close its doors for the rest of the season.
The grocery store will open the next two weekends to clear inventory.
Take the opportunity to stock up and liquidate your balance with Léa. For those who wish, time slots are provided to give you the opportunity to go and chat with her.
Friday August 13 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Come and chat with Léa
Saturday August 14 Sunday August 15 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Grocery clearance and sale of frozen meals
Friday, August 20 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Come and chat with Léa
Saturday, August 21 Sunday, August 22 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Grocery clearance and sale of frozen meals (if inventory still available)
We would like to thank Léa for the dedication she has shown over the past few years.
In addition to being an outstanding chef, she is an entrepreneur who has invested body and soul in her adventure at La Pommerie. We wish her good luck in her future endeavors.
Wanted : Japanese knotweed
The Japanese knotweed is an invasive exotic plant that is among the most formidable and most difficult to eliminate in the world.
Invasive alien plants are a threat to biodiversity: in a very short time, they can dominate an environment and prevent any other form of life from settling there, quickly destroying existing ecosystems.
Help us stop it from taking a significant stake in La Pommerie!
What to do if you find some? DO NOT TRY TO REMOVE IT!
(The smallest piece can start a new colony.)
Note its location and notify the Pommerie staff.
How to recognize it?
– big heart shaped leaves
– reddish branches in zigzag
– ears of white flowers in large quantities
– stalks reminiscent of bamboo
– can reach a good size (2-3m high)
– does not cause a skin reaction
Documentary to see on Tou.tv (in French)
Documentary : “S’affranchir de l’image”
The film deals with the acceptance of the body in the age of social media, where the standards of beauty are conveyed more than ever before, and naturism is presented simply as one of the initiatives to counter this trend and accept one’s body .
The documentary was shot in part at La Pommerie.
You can watch it on Tou.tv (in French)
Review published in Naked Wanderings by Nick & Lins
Nick & Lins, naturist couple from Belgium, traveling in Canada, were recently at La Pommerie. They keep a very interesting naturist blog to follow: Naked Wanderings where they talk about their travel and the naturist places they visit in the world.
They wrote a very interesting article about Pommerie. here is the link http://www.nakedwanderings.com/blog/2018/10/04/review-la-pommerie-near-montreal-canada/