Celebrate Art and Culture in San Francisco for Women's History Month

By San Francisco Travel Association
March 11, 2024
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Artist Bernice Bing in her North Beach studio - courtesy of San Francisco Travel Association/C.J. Snyder/The Beat Museum

In honor of Women's History Month, the San Francisco Travel Association celebrates women in the arts whose work amplifies San Francisco's ethos of experimentation and creativity. San Francisco's rich and diverse cultural scene features new exhibits, artistic programs and events led by dozens of dynamic and innovative women. Here are a few of those charting the next chapter.

Watch a global premier at the San Francisco Ballet

Tamara Rojo's blockbuster inaugural season as San Francisco Ballet's artistic director features bold new global premiers such as Mere Mortals and beloved classics like Swan Lake. The current repertory season runs through May 5. SF Ballet will return to the War Memorial Opera House in December with performances of the Nutcracker.

Expect even more innovation and spellbinding performances from SF Ballet in the years to come. In February, SF Ballet – the nation's oldest professional ballet company – received a historic $60 million anonymous donation to fund new works and acquisitions of masterpieces and bolster Rojo's and SF Ballet's vision of revolutionizing ballet.

See European paintings at the Fine Arts Museums

This fall, the Legion of Honor marks the start of its 100th anniversary celebration. Emily A. Beeney, the newly appointed chief curator of the Legion of Honor and curator-in-charge of European paintings at the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, will play a significant role by leading the curatorial and interpretation effort underway to present the historic collections at the Legion and the stories they contain through a fresh and inclusive lens. This initiative will involve selective gallery reinstallations and enhancements to the visitor experience.

A specialist in French paintings and drawings of the 17th through 19th centuries, Beeny will present Mary Cassatt at Work (Oct. 5, 2024–Jan. 25, 2025) to kick off the Legion's 100th anniversary. Too often dismissed as a sentimental painter of mothers and children, Cassatt was a radical modernist and pioneering female impressionist painter and printmaker. The exhibition is the first major U.S. presentation of Cassatt's work in over 25 years, and it is one of the Fine Arts Museums' focused season of exhibitions emphasizing the groundbreaking works of historic and contemporary women artists. The Legion's centennial celebration will continue through the fall of 2025 and offer audiences a special program of exhibitions and events closely tied to the collections on view at the Legion.

Learn about local artists at ArtSpan

Led by ArtSpan Executive Director Joen Madonna, the 50th annual SF Open Studios production (SFOS) marks a milestone for the nonprofit, which connects diverse audiences to local art and artists.

Themed From Disco Days to the Tech Craze: 50 Years of Championing Local Arts, SF Open Studios 50th production will expand to include local art and culture happenings across the city from June through November, with the annual flagship SFOS taking place Sept. 19 through Oct. 13. Since its launch in 1975, SFOS has grown into a month-long, citywide season of art held annually in the fall with over 800 participating artists and more than 100,000 visitors. It's a testament to the enduring power of art to bridge communities and to the unyielding spirit of the artists who have been at the forefront of shaping San Francisco's cultural identity.

“ArtSpan is a beacon for the creative community that ensures artists shine as an essential part of San Francisco's legacy of groundbreaking artistic expression. San Francisco is a magical place that reinvents herself with the desires and drive of her people—so too does ArtSpan to support artists where their needs are greatest,” said Madonna.

Explore sports in culture at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA)

Jennifer Dunlop Fletcher is helping San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) get into the game ahead of the 2025 NBA All-Star Game at Chase Center next February with a new exhibition exploring the powerful role of sports in contemporary culture. The Get in the Game exhibit (on view from Oct. 19, 2024, through Feb. 18, 2025) will examine how sports permeate culture, bring people together, and offer a critical lens through which to consider ongoing conversations about gender, race, national identity and the human body, as well as the will and desire to compete and succeed. Dunlop Fletcher, together with Christopher Bedford, Seph Rodney, and Katy Siegel, is curating the exhibit, which will be SFMOMA's largest to date. Since 2008, Dunlop Fletcher has organized several key acquisitions and exhibitions at SFMOMA, focusing on bold visionary works of design from the late 20th century to the present.

“SFMOMA's Architecture and Design collection and programming began with a focus on bold visionary works from the late 20th century. I've furthered this emphasis on radical thinking while also expanding the focus to include works and voices previously marginalized,” said Dunlap Fletcher.

Enjoy award-winning theatre at American Conservatory Theater

Pam MacKinnon and Jennifer Bielstein of the A.C.T. - courtesy of San Francisco Travel Association

Under the direction of Artistic Director Pam MacKinnon and Executive Director Jennifer Bielstein, A.C.T. is rolling out a blockbuster season of plays. Following the success of the world premiere of BIG DATA, A.C.T. will be staging the Pulitzer Prize finalist play Kristina Wong, Sweatshop Overlord (March 30 – May 5), the Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award-winning musical A Strange Loop (April 18 – May 12), and the five-time Tony Award-winning production The Lehman Trilogy (May 25 – June 23).

“A.C.T. is thrilled to be making work with and giving platform to gorgeous and important theater artists. With versatile actors who bring their all to unlock the power of a character and story, or brilliant designers who create magical worlds, or unparalleled craftspeople in our costume, scenic and prop shops who realize the visions, San Francisco and Bay is full of creative, nurturing, innovative makers and dreamers,” said MacKinnon.

Bielstein added, “A.C.T. is proud to be an integral part of the San Francisco Bay Area's vibrant and diverse arts ecosystem. We bring artists and Bay Area residents together to inspire and provoke through what they experience on our stages, and we think that the value we offer with a live, in person, communal experience is more important than ever in these times.”

View works by emerging Asian and Asian American artists

Abby Chen in front of Pattern Recognition - courtesy of San Francisco Travel Association / Asian Art Museum

Since joining the Asian Art Museum as Head of Contemporary Art in 2019, Abby Chen has swiftly positioned the museum as an essential platform for emerging and established — as well as historically underrepresented — voices from Asia, the Asian diaspora and the wider Asian American community. In just a few short years, the award-winning exhibitions, attendant programs, and publications organized by Chen have helped the Asian Art Museum to reshape the narrative of contemporary Asian art outside of Asia. Chen's experimental approach often explores the intersectionalities of race, sexuality, gender, nation, migration, and especially technology in the U.S. and Asia.

“I want audiences to learn there is more to modern and contemporary art than what they've been told, that it is not a monolith in terms of gender, sexuality, culture, and place, but an intersection. How else can we do the essential, but hard work of redefining the story of American art to meaningfully include Asian American and diaspora voices?” said Chen.

With the addition of Senior Associate Curator to her title, Chen now leads the largest curatorial team at the Asian Art Museum. She helped the museum acquire the largest collection of SF Bay Area Asian artists, securing works by Bernice Bing, Zheng Chongbin, Jenifer K Wofford and Rupy C. Tut, among others. Chen's next major exhibition, a collaboration with award-winning designer Jenova Chen, will debut in spring 2025 when the Asian Art Museum will be the first museum to present a first-of-its-kind immersive “gaming” exhibition.

Celebrate the 20th Anniversary of the Museum of the African Diaspora

Monetta White, CEO, Museum of the African Diaspora (MoAD) - courtesy of the San Francisco Travel Association

The Museum of the African Diaspora will celebrate its 20th anniversary in 2025. CEO Monetta White has led the museum's successful efforts to expand its global reach and digital audience since she took the helm in 2019, creating new opportunities for Black curators and artists. MoAD bridges local and global narratives, fosters a sense of belonging, and celebrates the rich diversity of the African Diaspora.

This year's exhibitions include “!!!”, a solo exhibit showcasing works by acclaimed British visual artist and painter Rachel Jones. On view from March 27 through Sept. 1, Jones' new body of work continues the artist's exploration into Black interiority and personhood.

Catch a performance by the San Francisco Opera

Following the San Francisco Opera's dynamic centennial celebration, the company returns with another incredible summer season from May through June. Music Director Eun Sun Kim will open the season on May 30, conducting Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's The Magic Flute, featuring an international cast and staging rooted in the aesthetic of silent film that incorporates stunning animated projections which interact with the singers. SF Opera will also present the U.S. premiere of Kaija Saariaho's last opera, Innocence, a San Francisco Opera co-commission. In the fall, the free SF Opera in the Park will take place in Golden Gate Park on Sept. 8, with Eun Sun Kim leading the orchestra in an afternoon of arias and ensembles performed by stars from SF Opera.

Browse the contemporary art gallery of Jessica Silverman

Jessica Silverman - courtesy of San Francisco Travel Association

Since founding her eponymous international contemporary art gallery in 2008, Jessica Silverman has become one of the country's leading galleries and a champion of Bay Area artists. She represents artists who make museum-worthy art at all stages of their careers. Silverman's contemporary art gallery is known for building Bay Area and international artists' careers and supporting art buyers keen on establishing relevant collections.

In 2021, Silverman moved to a larger gallery space in Chinatown. The gallery's summer solo opening on July 25 features San Francisco-based artist Chelsea Ryoko Wong. This will be the artist's first major show at the gallery and will present large-scale figurative paintings inspired by California landscapes and communities, like San Francisco's Chinatown.

“The Bay Area is home to ambitious and diverse artists, many of whom the gallery represents—a third of our artists live and work here. Local artists are an essential focus for museums in this community, too. ICA SF, San Francisco's newest institution, recently presented a solo exhibition of Rupy C. Tut, an artist who joined the gallery in 2023. An installation by Sadie Barnette, another gallery artist, is on view at SFMOMA through June. Titled “SPACE/TIME,” it celebrates the legacy of her Oakland-based family. Across the street, Chelsea Ryoko Wong is featured in the “Bay Area Now 9” biennial hosted by Yerba Buena Center for the Arts (YBCA).

Visit Chinatown

Edge on the Square in Chinatown - courtesy of San Francisco Travel Association

A stone's throw from Jessica Silverman is Edge on the Square, a new contemporary art hub in the heart of San Francisco Chinatown led by Executive Director Joanne Lee. The art hub hosts art exhibitions, music events and cultural gatherings year-round. Returning this year is Edge on the Square's third annual Contemporary Art Festival (slated to return on Saturday, Sept. 7). The festival aims to fuel revitalization efforts through the cultural arts. The one-day festival will feature an array of original art experiences, ephemeral installations, family-friendly activities, creative performances, panel conversations, culinary delights, and interactive exhibitions. To date, Edge on the Square has collaborated with more than 50 BIPOC artists and 30 merchant and vendor partners.

“Edge on the Square is Chinatown's contemporary arts hub where you'll find compelling exhibitions, dynamic programs and surprise events by API and BIPOC collaborators. Created by and for the community, our offerings aim to reflect the rich history and culture of our neighborhood, all the while fueling the local economy towards the revitalization of Chinatown,” said Lee.

Grant Street will also become the permanent home of the Chinese Culture Center (CCC) of San Francisco. CCC Executive Director Jenny Leung led the historic purchase of the organization's future building in Chinatown this February. Leung is known for her commitment to cultural diversity, equity, and arts access, as well as for expanding the organization's programming while focusing on cross-racial solidarity and combating anti-Asian hate.

“CCC was one of the first Asian American arts organizations. It is truly meaningful for CCC at this stage to continue to chart a new course and continue its legacy in shaping a prototype for what Asian American arts can and should be. I feel deeply honored that CCC can create new expanded spaces for the community, in a pivotal and transformational moment for Chinatown as it is recovering from the pandemic, and at the same time having an awakening for artistic and cultural expression,” said Leung.

CCC's current exhibition, Perilous Playground, is on view at its longtime Visual Art Center and Design Store near Portsmouth Square in Chinatown. The multidisciplinary exhibition guest is curated by C & G Apartment, formerly of Hong Kong, and presents innovative work in film, video, new media, sculpture, and mixed media by local and international artists examining the community's urban changes.

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The 2024 edition, Even Better Than the Real Thing, on view through August, features 71 contemporary artists and collectives working across media and disciplines. The artists featured are exploring and interpreting critical and timely issues. Don’t miss your opportunity to see tomorrow’s icons today, all in the heart of the lively Meatpacking District. The 2024 Whitney Biennial also features an incredibly robust lineup of live performances and film screenings. For the first time in Whitney Biennial history, audiences will be able to enjoy select films online, as well as during special screenings at the Museum. More information about the Whitney Biennial can be found at whitney.org/biennial. On view through May 19, 2024, Harold Cohen: AARON traces the evolution of AARON, the earliest artificial intelligence (AI) software for artmaking and one of the longest-running contemporary art projects. Featuring artworks produced by AARON, this mesmerizing exhibition highlights its drawing process with pen plotters live in the galleries for the first time since the 1990s. The Whitney houses the foremost collection of American art from the twentieth and twenty-first centuries, with a special focus on the most innovative artists of our time. Iconic works by Andy Warhol, Lee Krasner, Norman Lewis, Roy Lichtenstein, and many more are now on view in The Whitney’s Collection: Selections from 1900 to 1965. This multi-year presentation also features a panoramic installation of Alexander Calder’s Calder's Circus, which New York magazine calls “one of the most fun, beloved, and radical works of 20th-century American art.” As part of the Whitney’s reimagined food and beverage program, Frenchette Bakery, which opened in TriBeCa in 2020, opened a new flagship location, with its first-ever cafe in the Museum’s redesigned ground-floor restaurant space in November 2023. The new Frenchette Bakery at the Whitney offers a grab-and-go bakery with a selection of on-premises baked sweet and savory fare, as well as a sit-down, full-service cafe with pizzas, soups, salads, sandwiches, entrees, desserts, and a carefully selected wine, beer, and cocktail menu. The restaurant features a new installation from artist Rashid Johnson, a steel-grid sculpture laden with plants and ceramics, extending from within the Whitney out to the plaza. The Museum's eighth-floor cafe space, featuring a new commission by artist Dyani White Hawk, will reopen this spring. All year round, the Whitney offers free art programming for kids and teens on weekends and a robust slate of public programs and events for visitors of all ages. Programs range from guided tours and artist talks to artmaking, performances, and so much more. Throughout the month of June, the Whitney will present a series of free, on-site public programs and events celebrating Pride. More public program information can be found online at whitney.org/events. The Whitney Museum of American Art is the cultural anchor of the Meatpacking District, a twenty-square-block area on the far West Side of Manhattan. A neighborhood where old New York meets the electric pace of the 21st century, today the Meatpacking District is bustling with numerous architecture and design firms, fashion boutiques, high-tech companies, innovative public parks, and some of New York's most notable restaurants, bars, clubs, and hotels. The neighborhood is bordered by Chelsea, renowned for its art galleries, cultural organizations, and Chelsea Market. The Whitney is only a few steps from the High Line, one of New York City's most exceptional public parks located thirty feet above street level on a 1930s freight railway, as well as Little Island and Gansevoort Peninsula. Day and night, the cobblestone streets of the Meatpacking District are alive with culture. The Whitney recently transformed the artist Roy Lichtenstein’s nearby Greenwich Village studio into a new permanent home for its Independent Study Program, creating a dynamic space for creativity and scholarship. Learn about the ocean in Daytona, Florida Visitors explore the Daytona Aquarium and Rainforest Adventure - courtesy of Daytona Beach Area CVB Often called home of the world's most famous beaches, Daytona Beach, Florida, continues to delight and surprise visitors with its diverse and growing array of attractions. The Daytona Beach area includes several cities and towns including Ormond Beach, Daytona Beach, Daytona Beach Shores, Ponce Inlet, Holly Hill and South Daytona. The destination has long been known for its iconic beaches and rich auto racing history but today a slate of exciting new attractions, upscale lodging, a vibrant arts scene and an amazing collection of parks, preserves and outdoor activities are all part of Daytona Beach's year-round appeal. The Daytona Beach area has its first aquarium offering in the destination with the opening of the Daytona Aquarium and Rainforest Adventure, which provides an interactive educational experience featuring animals from both land and sea.The 55,000-square foot facility is located on the northwest corner of International Speedway Blvd. and Nova Road in the heart of Daytona Beach. Visitors can explore close to 40 separate exhibits including a 100,000-gallon shark exhibit and two touch pools including a 12,000-gallon stingray touch pool. There are also habitats for alligators, frogs, and lizards.In addition, the attraction will have animal meet and greets with reptilian animal ambassadors throughout the day with guests. “We're excited that this moment has arrived,” said Lori Campbell Baker, Executive Director for the Daytona Beach Area Convention and Visitors Bureau. “The destination's first aquarium is going provide another great must-do experience when visiting Daytona Beach area.” Phase 2 of the attraction, The Rainforest, is scheduled for opening in 2025 and will feature multiple species including primates, sloths, and tropical birds. Daily adult admission tickets are $28.95 and $24.95 for children ages 2-12. College students, military/police, and senior admissions (65 and over) are $27.95. Annual memberships are $100 for adults and $80 for children ages 2-12. The Daytona Aquarium and Rainforest Adventure is open seven days a week, 11 a.m. – 6 p.m. with the last admission available at 5:15 pm. For more information, visit Daytona Aquarium and Rainforest Adventure. Sip on fine wines in Detroit, Michigan The Michigan Wine Collaborative (MWC) is excited to announce that from May 17-19, 2024, Detroit is set to be swept off its feet as Taste Michigan Invades the D, transforming the city into a haven for wine enthusiasts and gastronomic aficionados alike. This three-day extravaganza promises an unforgettable fusion of local flavors, exquisite wines, and unparalleled experiences.On May 17, embark on a journey through the heart of Metro Detroit as Michigan Wine Collaborative's renowned winery members collaborate with restaurants, crafting exclusive Michigan wine-paired experiences at select locations. Immerse yourself in the art of wine and culinary perfection as each venue unveils a symphony of flavors curated to tantalize taste buds across the Motor City. This is the premier chance to truly, Taste Michigan.The climax of the weekend unfolds on May 18 at Comerica Park, where Michigan Wine Collaborative, Vintage Michigan Wine Club, and Taste Michigan partner with Uncork Me Michigan Wine Festival. Brace yourselves for an unparalleled gathering of 30 wineries, all converging within the iconic stadium. Sip, savor, and celebrate the diversity of Michigan's finest wines, meticulously curated to delight even the most discerning palates. The invasion concludes on May 19th with The Royce's annual Michigan Wine Expo.Experience the best that Michigan has to offer in the world of wine and culinary arts by securing your tickets at TasteMichigan.org. Don't miss this opportunity to revel in a weekend of unparalleled indulgence and create lasting memories with friends and fellow enthusiasts. Taste Michigan is dedicated to showcasing the vibrant culinary and winemaking scene of the Great Lakes State. Through curated events and festivals, Taste Michigan provides a platform for locals and visitors to immerse themselves in the rich tapestry of Michigan's gastronomic delights. Visit TasteMichigan.org for more information and ticket details. The Michigan Wine Collaborative is the voice of the Michigan wine industry. Our mission is to enhance the sustainability and profitability of the Michigan wine industry by supporting wineries, growers and other businesses and individuals connected to the industry – today and for future generations.


    Plan an Astronomically Spectacular Vacation to Southeastern Canada

    The Eastern Townships, a region in southeastern Quebec, Canada, is gearing up for an extraordinary astronomical phenomenon this year—the Total Solar Eclipse. This celestial display will occur on April 8, 2024, and while the experience will only last a few minutes, visitors will want to plan a whole vacation around this stellar event to enjoy the area's many activities and attractions. The moon will slowly pass between the sun and Earth, gradually obscuring the light until the sun's corona comes into view with stars in a darkened sky, following the trajectory of a full solar eclipse. This rare spectacle is best viewed from the International Dark Sky Reserve in and around Mont Megantic. Covering an area of 5,300 square kilometers it was the first of its kind in the world. In Quebec, the last total solar eclipse was more than 50 years ago, and the next one will not take place for another 80 years. A number of local enterprises throughout the region are in the process of establishing the best viewing areas. Details and locations are listed on eclipsequebec.ca. Whether you're the kind of person who loves good food, cultural events, adventure or just relaxing, in the Eastern Townships you're sure to find something that appeals to your passion. Enjoy dark skies in the "astronomy capital" of Quebec The Mont Mégantic Observatory in Lac Megantic, Canada by Patrick Boucher - Unsplash Experience the total eclipse of the sun at the base of Mont Megantic, the astronomy “capital” of Quebec and an area designated as an International Dark Sky Reserve. Mont Megantic National Park will be presenting a 4-hour, animated show on a giant outdoor screen, tracking the eclipse in real time (as well as being rebroadcast later). Tickets go online in December and the cost includes bus transportation to the site. Visitors will not be able to drive into the park. Places are limited, so reservations must be made in advance. Visitors can also watch the eclipse in Lac Megantic. The downtown area has plenty of parking, large public spaces, a jetty and a park – all of them offering easy viewing of this once-in-a-lifetime phenomenon! Moreover, the Haut-Saint-François MRC is organizing an overflow circuit in several of its municipalities to allow citizens and visitors to observe the eclipse. If you're a nature lover, you can enjoy some spectacular vistas from Mont Megantic National Park, Mont Gosford or Station touristique Baie-des-Sables. Do you enjoy taking a road trip? The 193-km Summit Drive is flanked by breathtaking scenery and on April 8, drivers will be able to view the eclipse from one of 36 lookout points along the route. If you're travelling with the family, they'll love the Ferme des Petits Torrieux in Frontenac. Attractions include a sugar shack (where you can gather maple sap and taste maple products) and a visit to the farm animals. Lac Megantic boasts several great eating establishments: Musi-Café, the Café Bistro La Brûlerie, Citron-Vert restaurant, La Garnison microbrewery and the Kaline Resto-Pub, to name a few. Book a stay in a traditional yurt or a mini-home at Hébergement aux cinq sens in Piopolis. Benoit, an amateur astronomer, will lead the Soirées aux étoiles (“Evening under the stars”) during which he will explain the eclipse to visitors as they gaze at the skies. After the event, guests will be served chaga (mushroom) tea. Finally, a new inn is opening in Frontenac, Estello Suites & Spa. Situated in the heart of the International Dark Sky Reserve, it has 11 renovated suites and thermal facilities. Explore local culture and history in Sherbrooke and Coaticook Sherbrooke, Canada by Mathis Mauprivez - Unsplash In Sherbrooke, visitors can go to the Exhibition Centre, as well as a number of public spaces around the city. The student populace will be invited to attend various eclipse-related events at Bishop's University, Cégep de Sherbrooke and the Université de Sherbrooke. Only students are allowed to attend the gatherings at the educational establishments. In the Coaticook Valley, Mont Hereford is organizing a 13-kilometre (round-trip) hike from the East Hereford parking lot to observe the eclipse from the summit of the mountain. (By reservation only. Maximum 250 people.) Before and after the eclipse, there is plenty to do nearby. Downtown Sherbrooke is home to a number of museums: the Musée d'histoire de Sherbrooke, Musée de la nature et des sciences de Sherbrooke and the Musée des beaux-arts de Sherbrooke. Follow along the Circuit des murales – a circuit of giant murals painted by professional artists, depicts scenes from Sherbrooke's history and a novel way to explore the city's attractive downtown. In Coaticook, the Musée Beaulne (a former private home) traces the history of Arthur O. Norton who made his fortune manufacturing railroad jacks. For a bite to eat, try Auguste and sample its unique version of poutine, the Siboire Dépôt microbrewery (local beers brewed on site and its oh-so-popular fish 'n' chips!) or the OMG Resto for a juicy burger. In the Coaticook Valley, it's well worth stopping at the La Station de Compton to taste their delicious cheeses. Wander around the Economusée (onsite), where you can learn all about how cheeses are made and matured. Hop Station, a microbrewery in Coaticook, is housed in a former railway station and it will soon be launching a new maple syrup beer to commemorate the solar eclipse. Sherbrooke has a number of inns and B&Bs such as l'Ile de Garde or le Marquis de Montcalm. In these intimate, privately-run establishments, owners are always willing to chat to their guests and to fill them in on what there is to see and do in their region. In Coaticook, at Auberge du Changement d'Ère adventurous souls can stay in yurts or suspended “pods”, in a stunning natural setting. Similar pods are also among the unusual accommodations offered by Mont Expérience Hereford Get active in Brome-Missisquoi and Granby Bromont, Quebec, Canada by Pierre Jarry - Unsplash Numerous activities will be taking place in the Brome-Missisquoi region. Visitors will have the choice of viewing the celestial event from Bromont's Place Publique (a public gathering place), the summits of Monts Horizon, Bernard, Spruce or at Bromont, montagne d'expériences. An amateur astronomer from the Fédération des astronomes du Québec will be on hand at these locations. Parc Duhamel (Bedford Township) has the capacity for up to 100 visitors and in the Granby region, there are a couple of places to observe the eclipse - the Granby Zoo and the Centre d'interprétation de la nature du lac Boivin interpretation centre. The Yamaska National Park will project images (in real time) from the ASTROLab, on a giant screen. If you love a good workout, you'll enjoy climbing the walls at BackBone Boulder in Bromont or the challenge of track cycling in the new indoor velodrome at the Centre national de cyclisme de Bromont (the only one in Quebec). Alternatively, you can put your body through its paces – Ninja warrior style - at the Motion parc évolutif, a training/exercise centre in Granby. The mountains of Sutton and Bromont, the Au Diable Vert mountain resort and the Yamaska National Park are also great places to exercise outdoors. At the end of an action-filled day, you can relax at the BALNEA Spa which has just added a new infinity pool to its facilities. Relax and enjoy the view over mountain-fringed Lac Gale. Foodies have the choice of several restaurants in the area that offer fine dining: la Maison Boire, la Table à Mo and the Bistro Kapzak in Granby, not to mention Le Chardo and Le Roux in Bromont. A number of wineries along the Brome-Missiquoi Wine Route will also be open to the public. The Eastern Townships, the “cradle” of Quebec's viticulture industry, produces over 60% of the wines made in the province. There are a number of great places to stay, including the Château-Bromont, Domaine Jolivent, le Pleasant Hôtel & Café, Huttopia, the Beatnick Hotel, and the Hotel St-Cristophe. Explore star-spangled events beyond the eclipse Constellations above Quebec, Canada by Arnaud Mariat - Unsplash If you didn't get enough of this “heavenly” phenomenon, don't worry, there are plenty of other astronomical events here in the Eastern Townships. The region is known as the perfect spot for gazing at the stars, no matter what the time of year! During the summer, Mont Megantic International Dark Sky Reserve attracts dozens of people who come to watch the Perseids (meteor showers) which, in 2024, will be at their peak on August 11 and 12. The 5,500-square-kilometre reserve was created to shield the starry sky from light pollution. This move was critical to the work of researchers and for the educational programs at the Observatory and the ASTROLab in Mont-Mégantic National Park, one of North America's leading astronomy sites. Au Diable Vert is a mountain resort in Glen Sutton, in the heart of another Dark Sky Reserve (the second largest in the Eastern Townships). This eco-friendly, outdoor centre offers a unique attraction – Observétoiles - an open-air, augmented reality planetarium, that allows star-gazers to observe the constellations and other heavenly phenomena. Other night sky activities take place elsewhere around in the region: hikes by moonlight in the Parc d'environnement naturel de Sutton (PENS), a sound-and-light experience at Foresta Lumina in the Parc de la Gorge in Coaticook, overnight stays at a campsite (or rustic shelter) at the summit of Mont Sutton, and photographing the night sky during Zenderfull, an event in Val-Racine.


    Obsessed with Breakfast? Celebrate National Pancake Day and Book a Stay Here

    Wake up and smell the pancakes! From the brand whose pancakes pack the same punch as their iconic waffles, comes this humble ab-ode to flapjacks. Eggo® is celebrating its other favorite breakfast staple with the ultimate Eggo experience in honor of National Pancake Day — celebrated today, on February 28th. Beginning today, you can now book the first-ever Eggo House of Pancakes, a literal "pancake house" complete with a stick-of-butter-shaped chimney and breakfast-inspired decor, available for rent exclusively on HomeToGo. It's here just in time for spring break to rescue families and fans from the chaos that comes with planning a vacation for the whole crew.Visit the "Pancake Capital" in the Smoky Mountains Enjoy the view of the mountains from the Eggo House of Pancakes - courtesy of Eggo/HomeToGo Located in the Pancake Capital of the South – Gatlinburg, Tennessee – fans will be able to book a unique stay at the Eggo House of Pancakes and enjoy this short-stack-shaped home-away-from-home in the heart of the Smoky Mountains. Flapjack-loving fans and families visiting this unique vacation destination will be transported into a pancake paradise from the moment they step inside. Breathe in the scent of sweet syrup-infused mountain air. Get cozy in the fluffy pancake beds and bean bag chairs. Toast up Eggo Mini Pancake s'mores at the fire pit overlooking the Smokies. Pour it on thick at the maple syrup fountain. Dive into game night in the basement gameroom, complete with an Eggo pancake-fied pool table and more. Enjoy the game room in the Eggo House of Pancakes - courtesy of Eggo/HomeToGo The best part? Parents can actually relax because vacationing here is easy, from start to finish. First, HomeToGo's seamless booking process ensures your pancake-filled vacation begins effortlessly. Then, Eggo's array of products ensure you don't have to worry about breakfast once you're there. That's right. We've packed the freezer full of Eggo pancakes for chaos-free mornings throughout your stay. Expertly crafted and irresistibly fluffy, Eggo pancakes are a convenient, ready-in-30-seconds breakfast classic that come in a variety of flavors and sizes: Buttermilk, Blueberry, Chocolatey Chip, Minis & Chocolatey Chip Minis. All you need is a microwave… and butter and syrup. "Eggo and waffles are an iconic combination, so much so that fans might forget about our pancakes. That's why we're flipping our focus with this unexpected experience that celebrates Eggo pancakes as a breakfast go-to that's equally good at making parents' lives easier and making breakfast delicious," said Joe Beauprez, Senior Director of Marketing for Frozen Foods at Kellanova. "Plus, we know that planning a family vacation can be chaotic, so we're helping parents check one more thing off their to-do list for spring break season with this deliciously fun house."The kids room features pancake wallpaper - courtesy of Eggo/HomeToGo The Eggo House of Pancakes will be exclusively listed on HomeToGo.com, a vacation rental marketplace specializing in making incredible homes easily accessible to everyone. According to HomeToGo data, Gatlinburg not only tops the charts as the most-searched destination in Tennessee, but also ranks as one of the top ten most searched destinations in the entire U.S., making it the perfect pancake haven for this mouthwatering collaboration. "At HomeToGo, we're on a mission to make vacation planning as delightful as the trips themselves. And, we love pancakes. That's why we are thrilled to partner with Eggo to bring their House of Pancakes to fans of unique vacation rentals," said Danielle Finch, Director of Customer Experience at HomeToGo. "We look forward to inspiring adventure-seeking families to embark on unforgettable journeys, all while showcasing the simplicity of booking their dream stays using HomeToGo. We believe booking a vacation rental should be as easy as a pancake breakfast with Eggo: without any chaos and full of fun." How to book your stacked stayThe living room of the Eggo House of Pancakes - courtesy of Eggo/HomeToGo Families and fans can request to book one of four different three-night stays at the Eggo House of Pancakes beginning on National Pancake Day, February 28th, at the chaos-solving cost of $0 a night, by visiting www.hometogo.com/EggoHouseofPancakes. And yes, you can bring the whole crew, as the House accommodates up to 8 guests. Set your alarms! Bookings will be available throughout the month of March. The first weekend opens for booking on National Pancake Day (2/28 at 12 PM EST) and the rest will open on Mondays at 12 PM EST on a rolling basis through Monday, March 18th.* Guests are responsible for their own travel to and from the Eggo House of Pancakes. See below for exact booking dates and openings. *The four 3-night stays are not a contest. The stays will be available for booking as follows: Wednesday, Feb. 28: March 7-10 open for bookingMonday, March 4: March 14-17 open for bookingMonday, March 11: March 21-24 open for bookingMonday, March 18: March 28-31 open for booking