I have my turn! | The Journal of Quebec

After a two-year forced break, La Roche à Veillon, a real institution located in Saint-Jean-Port-Joli, in Chaudière-Appalaches, announces the return of its summer theater. From tonight it’s comedy I have my turn! by Bruno Marquis (in collaboration with Marylise Tremblay), who takes the poster. The play is directed by Sylvain Perron. The cast includes Israel Gamache, Caroline Stephenson, Ariel Charest and Élie Saint-Cyr (pictures). With I have my turn !, you will find that the hardest part of a trip is often getting to the door. For 57 years, La Roche à Veillon resto-théâtre, thanks to a unique theatrical and culinary offer, has offered summer theater that is both fun and intelligent, in addition to delicious traditional cuisine.
Information and reservations: www.rocheaveillon.com. 418-598-7409.

50 years of marriage


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Celine Goudreault and Gustave Gariepy (photo), from the Les Saules district of Quebec, is celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary today. Married 17 June 1972 in Sainte-Monique church, the couple has two children and five grandchildren. Many will remember Céline and Gustave as owners of the Goudreault Bicycles business on Masson Boulevard in Les Saules or because of their commitment to the parish of Sainte-Monique and its fair. Now retired, they enjoy life with their place at Camping Panoramique in the beautiful region of Portneuf. I join the whole family and wish them congratulations on their golden wedding anniversary.

Advantage tour in Bellechasse


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The Rayon d’Espoir Foundation invites you to its 3e Benefit walk which takes place tomorrow from 13.00 with departure from Foyer de Saint-Raphaël, 84, rue du Foyer, in Saint-Raphaël. This walk aims to raise funds to offer stimulating activities to the recipients of the four CHSLDs at Bellechasse in Saint-Gervais, Saint-Raphaël, Sainte-Claire and Saint-Anselme. The price for registration (on site) is $ 50 per person. For information, write to fondrayondespoir@hotmail.com.

In memory


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The night of June 17, 1972. The Watergate scandal begins when people are arrested in the premises of the Democratic Party in the Watergate building (pictured). Two Washington Post journalists, Carl Bernstein and Bob Woodward, are investigating to unravel a complicated key if all threads lead to the White House, through the committee for the re-election of President Richard Nixon, who is due to resign on August 9, 1974.

Birthdays


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Samuel Blais (photo) left wing in St. Louis Blues, Stanley Cup Champions in 2019, 26 years … Sam Hamad, senior vice president at Globatech, 64 years … Venus Williams, American tennis player, 42 years old … Stéphane Fiset, goalkeeper (1989-02: Nordiques , Avalanche, Kings, Canadiens), 52 years old … Robert Sauvé, former NHL goalkeeper and player agent, 67 years old .. .Fabienne Thibeault, Quebec singer, 70 years old … Pierre Beaudoin, former senior director of technical services, CAA Quebec, 70 years old … Mike Milbury, NHL defender (1975-87) with the Bruins, 70 years old.

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June 17, 2007: Serge Meunier Lancy (photo), 83-year-old violinist from Quebec … 2020: Jean Brousseau, 90 Quebec actor and comedian (Dr Jérome in Les Belles Histoires des pays d’en-haut) and president of the Union des artistes du Québec in 1974-75 … 2019: Mohamed Morsi, 67, former Egyptian president of the Muslim Brotherhood … 2016: Ron Lester, 45, American actor (Varsity Blues) … 2014: Dr. Éric Dewailly, 55, director of the CHU de Québec Research Center, professor at the Faculty of Medicine at Laval University and internationally recognized researcher in public health. 2013: Pierre-F. Côté, 85 years old, Chief Electoral Officer in Quebec (DGE) from 1978 to 1997 … 2011: Ronald France Archambeault, 74 years old, Quebec comedian … 2010: Alain Duclos, 50 years old, from Groupe Tanguay .. 2008: Jean E. Ryan, 71, founder of the Grand Prix de Trois-Rivières … 2004: Gerry McNeil, 78, goalkeeper for the Canadiens in the 1950s.

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