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  • This Weekend at La Pommerie (June 30 to July 3 2022)

    Happy Canada Day!


    Office – from June 23 to September 5
    Every day from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.

    Massage therapy Mandatory mask
    Thursday June 30 to Monday July 4, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
    Friday July 8 to Monday July 11, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

    Restaurant Mask recommended
    Thursday, Friday and Saturday 5 p.m. to 10 p.m.
    Friday, Saturday and Sunday 8 a.m. to 11 a.m.

    Swimming pools – every day in good weather
    9:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. (lengths only from 9:30 a.m. to 10 a.m.)

    The mention (c) indicates that details are available in the calendar on our website.

    Thursday, June 30
    5 p.m.: it’s a holiday, the restaurant is open!

    FRIDAY, July 1

    5:15 p.m.: apérigolo at the village – children welcome (c)

    Saturday, July 2
    9 a.m.: volleyball tournament
    10 a.m.: line dancing Mask required
    10 a.m.: reading and visit to the chicken coop (4-12 years old) (c)
    10 a.m. and 2 p.m.: petanque
    11 a.m. and 4 p.m.: volleyball
    1 p.m.: softball
    5 p.m.: aperitif-quiz- La Soirée canadienne
    7:15 p.m.: Dinner – Canadian tasting menu

    *mandatory reservation

    Sunday, July 3
    9 a.m.: tennis “meli-melo”
    9:30 a.m.: Qi gong, tai chi, meditation (volleyball site)
    10 a.m. and 2 p.m.: petanque
    11 a.m.: aqua fitness
    11 a.m. and 4 p.m.: volleyball


    Thursday and Friday
    – cold soup, fries
    – Japanese beef tartare
    – Sicilian or Bolognese pasta


    To celebrate Canada Day, Julien and Véronique have prepared a four-course tasting menu inspired by the beautiful regions of the country:
    – The Maritime Provinces: Scallop ceviche
    – Les prairies: beef tataki
    – Western Canada: Grilled tomato
    – Quebec: Donut strawberries and maple butter
    This menu will be served on Saturday July 2 at 5:30 p.m. or 7:30 p.m. (please specify the time you want when booking). Reservations will close Friday, July 1 at noon. Price: $35.00 before taxes and tip.

    – Thursday/Friday menu also available

    * See the full menu on the restaurant page.

    NEXT WEEK (c)

    • Wednesday at 2 p.m.: Duplicate Scrabble (terrace)
    • Aperitif-Quiz Time presented by Gilles!
    • Petanque tournament – Saint-Louis Trophy

    * Full schedule on website

  • “Tasting” menu for Saturday (Canada Day holiday) – Restaurant open Thursday evening

    Menu for Saturday July 2nd

    It will be available on reservation only.

    • Scallop ceviche served on seeded bread
    • Beef tataki, sea buckthorn jelly and marinated mustard seeds
    • Grilled tomato, cream sauce with morels
    • Strawberry donut with maple butter
    • Price: $35.00 before taxes

    Reservations will close Friday at noon. You must choose between the 5:30 PM service and the 7:30 PM service

    Menu for Thursday and Friday (June 30 and July 1)

    Seasonal cold soup 6
    Fries 5

    Japanese-style beef tartare served with chips 16.5
    Sicilian pasta (tomato sauce, onions and basil) 15
    Pasta Bolognese 16.5

    Strawberry and almond panna cotta 7

    See page of the Restaurant

  • 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 (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 (in French)

    Documentary "S'affranchir de l'image" (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

    Thanks to Nick and Lins for the superb photos
    (Naked Wanderings)