A man told a Judge he would be walking home after being fined €2,500 for having green diesel in his van.Letterkenny Court.The man, a labourer, said he was unemployed and was driving around in his van some for some work. Speaking at Letterkenny District Court, Judge Paul Kelly told the man that the maximum fine was €5,000 but he was reducing it to €2,500.“It’s an expensive way to buy your diesel,” Judge Kelly told the man as he was leaving the court.The man turned around and replied “It is indeed. I think I’ll walk home now.”Everyone, including Judge Kelly, allowed themselves a smileMAN SAID HE WOULD WALK HOME AFTER BEING FINED €2,500 FOR USING GREEN DIESEL was last modified: December 3rd, 2014 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:courtdonegalgren dieselillegalJudge Paul Kellyletterkenny
The final 23 players for the 32 squads competing in South Africa’s 2010 Fifa World Cup were announced after the deadline for confirmed teams passed on 1 June. Get the low-down on the 736 footballers who will be battling it out for the sport’s biggest trophy from 11 June to 11 July.More statistics on the 32 teams 2010 FIFA WORLD CUP: FIRST STAGE GROUPS Group A South Africa Mexico Uruguay FranceGroup B Argentina Nigeria South Korea GreeceGroup C England USA Algeria SloveniaGroup D Germany Australia Serbia GhanaGroup E Netherlands Denmark Japan CameroonGroup F Italy Paraguay New Zealand SlovakiaGroup G Brazil North Korea Côte d’Ivoire PortugalGroup H Spain Switzerland Honduras Chile GROUP CENGLAND Coach: Fabio Capello # Position Player Date of Birth Caps Club GoalkeeperDavid James1 August 1970 (aged 39)50PortsmouthGoalkeeperRobert Green18 January 1980 (aged 30)9West Ham UnitedGoalkeeperJoe Hart19 April 1987 (aged 23)1Manchester CityDefenderAshley Cole20 December 1980 (aged 29)77ChelseaDefenderRio Ferdinand (captain)7 November 1978 (aged 31)76Manchester UnitedDefenderJohn Terry7 December 1980 (aged 29)59ChelseaDefenderJamie Carragher28 January 1978 (aged 32)34LiverpoolDefenderGlen Johnson23 August 1984 (aged 25)20LiverpoolDefenderLedley King12 October 1980 (aged 29)19Tottenham HotspurDefenderMatthew Upson18 April 1979 (aged 31)19West Ham UnitedDefenderStephen Warnock12 December 1981 (aged 28)1Aston VillaMidfielderSteven Gerrard30 May 1980 (aged 30)78LiverpoolMidfielderFrank Lampard20 June 1978 (aged 31)77ChelseaMidfielderJoe Cole8 November 1981 (aged 28)53ChelseaMidfielderGareth Barry23 February 1981 (aged 29)36Manchester CityMidfielderShaun Wright-Phillips25 October 1981 (aged 28)30Manchester CityMidfielderMichael Carrick28 July 1981 (aged 28)21Manchester UnitedMidfielderAaron Lennon16 April 1987 (aged 23)15Tottenham HotspurMidfielderJames Milner4 January 1986 (aged 24)7Aston VillaForwardWayne Rooney24 October 1985 (aged 24)58Manchester UnitedForwardEmile Heskey11 January 1978 (aged 32)57Aston VillaForwardJermain Defoe7 October 1982 (aged 27)39Tottenham HotspurForwardPeter Crouch30 January 1981 (aged 29)37Tottenham HotspurUNITED STATES Coach: Bob Bradley # Position Player Date of Birth Caps Club 1GoalkeeperTim Howard6 March 1979 (aged 31)49Everton2DefenderJonathan Spector1 March 1986 (aged 24)24West Ham United3DefenderCarlos Bocanegra (captain)25 May 1979 (aged 31)77Rennes4MidfielderMichael Bradley31 July 1987 (aged 22)41Borussia Mönchengladbach5DefenderOguchi Onyewu13 May 1982 (aged 28)51Milan6DefenderSteve Cherundolo19 February 1979 (aged 31)57Hannover 967MidfielderDaMarcus Beasley24 May 1982 (aged 28)90Rangers8MidfielderClint Dempsey9 March 1983 (aged 27)60Fulham9ForwardHerculez Gomez6 April 1982 (aged 28)2Puebla10MidfielderLandon Donovan4 March 1982 (aged 28)121Los Angeles Galaxy11MidfielderStuart Holden1 August 1985 (aged 24)12Bolton Wanderers12DefenderJonathan Bornstein7 November 1984 (aged 25)29Chivas USA13MidfielderRicardo Clark10 March 1983 (aged 27)27Eintracht Frankfurt14ForwardEdson Buddle21 May 1981 (aged 29)1Los Angeles Galaxy15DefenderJay DeMerit4 December 1979 (aged 30)17Watford16MidfielderJosé Francisco Torres29 October 1987 (aged 22)8Pachuca17ForwardJozy Altidore6 November 1989 (aged 20)24Hull City18GoalkeeperBrad Guzan9 September 1984 (aged 25)15Aston Villa19MidfielderMaurice Edu18 April 1986 (aged 24)12Rangers20ForwardRobbie Findley4 August 1985 (aged 24)4Real Salt Lake21DefenderClarence Goodson17 May 1982 (aged 28)11Start22MidfielderBenny Feilhaber19 January 1985 (aged 25)31AGF23GoalkeeperMarcus Hahnemann15 June 1972 (aged 37)6Wolverhampton WanderersALGERIA Coach: Rabah Saâdane # Position Player Date of Birth Caps Club 1GoalkeeperLounès GaouaouiSeptember 28, 1977 (age 32)48ASO Chlef2DefenderMadjid BougherraOctober 7, 1982 (age 27)40Rangers3DefenderNadir BelhadjJune 18, 1982 (age 27)44Portsmouth4DefenderAntar YahiaMarch 21, 1982 (age 28)43Bochum5DefenderRafik HallicheSeptember 2, 1986 (age 23)15Nacional Madeira6MidfielderYazid Mansouri (captain)February 25, 1978 (age 32)66Lorient7MidfielderRyad BoudebouzFebruary 19, 1990 (age 20)1FC Sochaux8MidfielderMehdi LacenMarch 5, 1984 (age 25)2Racing Santander9ForwardAbdelkader GhezzalDecember 5, 1984 (age 25)18Siena10ForwardRafik SaïfiFebruary 7, 1975 (age 35)59Istres11ForwardRafik DjebbourMarch 8, 1984 (age 26)15AEK Athens12DefenderHabib BellaidMarch 28, 1986 (age 24)1Eintracht Frankfurt13ForwardKarim MatmourJune 25, 1984 (age 25)21Borussia Monchengladbach14DefenderCarl MedjaniMay 15, 1985 (age 25)0AC Ajaccio15MidfielderKarim ZianiAugust 17, 1982 (age 27)54Wolfsburg16GoalkeeperFaouzi ChaouchiDecember 5, 1984 (age 25)9ES Sétif17MidfielderAdlène GuediouraNovember 12, 1985 (age 24)1Wolverhampton Wanderers18DefenderAbdelkader LaïfaouiMay 15, 1985 (age 25)6ES Sétif19MidfielderHassan YebdaApril 14, 1984 (age 26)9Portsmouth20DefenderDjamel MesbahOctober 9, 1984 (age 25)1Lecce21MidfielderFoued KadirDecember 5, 1983 (age 26)1Valenciennes FC22MidfielderDjamel AbdounFebruary 14, 1986 (age 24)6Nantes23GoalkeeperRaïs M’BohliApril 25, 1986 (age 24)1Slavia SofiaSLOVENIA Coach: Matjaž Kek # Position Player Date of Birth Caps Club 1GoalkeeperJasmin Handanovič28 January 1978 (aged 32)3Mantova2DefenderMišo Brečko1 May 1984 (aged 26)30Köln3DefenderElvedin Džinič25 August 1985 (aged 24)0Maribor4DefenderMarko Šuler9 March 1983 (aged 27)16Gent5DefenderBoštjan Cesar9 July 1982 (aged 27)41Grenoble6DefenderBranko Ilič6 February 1983 (aged 27)36Lokomotiv Moscow7ForwardNejc Pečnik3 January 1986 (aged 24)7Nacional8MidfielderRobert Koren (captain)20 September 1980 (aged 29)45West Bromwich Albion9ForwardZlatan Ljubijankič15 December 1983 (aged 26)16Gent10ForwardValter Birsa7 August 1986 (aged 23)33Auxerre11ForwardMilivoje Novakovič18 May 1979 (aged 31)37Köln12GoalkeeperSamir Handanovič14 July 1984 (aged 25)38Udinese13DefenderBojan Jokić17 May 1986 (aged 24)33Chievo14ForwardZlatko Dedič10 May 1984 (aged 26)23Bochum15MidfielderRene Krhin21 May 1990 (aged 20)3Internazionale16GoalkeeperAleksander Šeliga1 February 1980 (aged 30)1Sparta Rotterdam17MidfielderAndraž Kirm6 September 1984 (aged 25)25Wisła Kraków18MidfielderAleksander Radosavljevič25 April 1979 (aged 31)14Larissa19DefenderSuad Filekovič16 September 1978 (aged 31)14Maribor20MidfielderAndrej Komac4 December 1979 (aged 30)40Maccabi Tel Aviv21MidfielderDalibor Stevanovič27 September 1984 (aged 25)15Vitesse22DefenderMatej Mavrič29 January 1979 (aged 31)32TuS Koblenz23ForwardTim Matavž13 January 1989 (aged 21)0GroningenPREVIOUS: GROUP B << • >> NEXT: GROUP D
10 June 2015West Coast One has reached commercial operation.The 94 megawatt (MW) wind project located 130km north of Cape Town is owned by Engie, together with partners Investec and Kagiso Tiso Holdings.The consortium was selected as preferred bidder for this project in May 2012 and signed a 20-year power purchase agreement (PPA) with Eskom, the electricity parastatal, in May 2013. Construction of the wind farm, which consists of 47 turbines of 2MW turbines, started in mid-2013.Gerard Mestrallet, the chairman and chief executive of Engie, said: “South Africa is an important market for Engie and we are a committed long-term investor in the African continent.“The West Coast One wind farm supports South Africa’s objective of increasing renewable generation and promoting local economic development. This project demonstrates Engie’s ability to deliver important renewable projects and underlines our commitment to developing sustainable sources of energy.”Investment in the wind farm was €160-million (R2.2-billion), funded by a mix of equity and debt, which has been provided by local banks. West Coast One will offset an estimated 5.6 million tons of carbon dioxide over the 20-year duration of its PPA.This project follows the start of operation of the 300MW Tarfaya wind farm in Morocco in 2014, Africa’s largest wind power project. It is owned by Engie in partnership with Nareva Holding.South Africa is implementing a 20-year plan that makes provision for 42% – 17gigawatts (GW) – of new generation to come from renewable energy, with 8GW allocated to onshore wind. The successful Renewable Energy Independent Power Producer Procurement Programme (REIPPPP) is in place, with a number of projects already closed.In addition to West Coast One, Engie is actively developing further projects in South Africa. In 2013, the group signed PPAs for two greenfield open-cycle gas turbine power plants of 335MW (Dedisa) and 670MW (Avon), which are located in Eastern Cape and in KwaZulu-Natal, respectively. This year, an Engie-led consortium with South African partners, was nominated as preferred bidder for the 100MW Kathu Solar Park in Northern Cape.Engie currently has 19GW of renewable generation capacity in operation worldwide, of which more than 4GW is wind. It holds a 43% equity interest in West Coast One, while Investec owns 34.5% and Kagiso Tiso Holdings has a 20% interest. The remaining 2.5% will be allocated to a community trust, with the purpose of developing and sustaining the surrounding community.Engie, which is based in Paris, develops its businesses (power, natural gas, energy services) around a model based on responsible growth to take on the major challenges of energy’s transition to a low-carbon economy. It has expertise in four key sectors: renewable energy, energy efficiency, liquefied natural gas and digital technology.Source: Engie
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Zach Profit, Van Wert Co.Since last Monday we’ve had 7.5 inches of rain. Every day since then we have gotten a pretty good shot of rain and there is a 50% chance tomorrow and an 80% chance on Wednesday. We got hammered pretty good and then there was an EF0 tornado that went through about a quarter mile east of our farm. It almost wiped out a new house that I bought.I bought the house at 3 on Friday and signed the paperwork and at 6:55 that night a tornado went through the north side of the lot. It threw a branch at one side of the house but it didn’t really hurt much. There were a bunch of limbs down but it messed up some corn. The corn was flat. There was green snap but since we’d had all that rain, the wind just pushed most of the plants over.The corn has goosenecked and stood back up and it is looking better. Our neighbors took it a little harder than we did. Their corn was maybe shoulder high and after that it was maybe two feet tall. We had 5 or 6 acres of damage and maybe total there were 55 or 60 acres that got wind damage. I think there will be corn there but it may be kind of a bugger to combine this fall.An EF0 tornado cause damage in a small area, including the newly purchased Profit home with the red buildings.The National Weather Service was at my new house all day Saturday. Just two or three miles away it was barely windy enough to move the leaves. We didn’t have a tornado warning or severe storm warning or anything. It looked like it tap danced in our field. It moved northwest and most tornados move to the northeast. The whole low-pressure system we had last week was counter clockwise rotation. It was wild. We were lucky.In the wetter areas the beans are a little yellow. I think they will bounce back pretty quickly. Last week we were one more big rain away from having a mess and we never got that next big rain. The ditch banks never came out but they were full to the brim. If we’d have caught one more big rain the ditches would’ve been out and we’d still be getting rid of the water. Most of the surface water is gone and most of the outlets are running about half full.Wheat around here is standing good. There could be some disease pressure. We are wet right now, too wet to get a combine out there. If we don’t get more rain they could maybe get out there late this week.For the rest of this week’s reports, click here.
Celebrate the 11th Annual CITO WeekendGeocachers search parks, trails and forests to earn a smiley, but during a Cache In Trash Out (CITO) event they’re not looking for geocaches. They’re clearing litter and trash from geocaching-friendly areas around the world. Thousands of geocachers will walk away from their CITO events with bags of trash and a sense of pride. They’re preserving the natural beauty of our world. It’s often more than litter clean up. Some CITO events remove of invasive species, plant trees or build trails.You can be a part of the movement. CITO events are held all year long, but you’ll have more than 140 to choose from on April 20, 21 and 22. It’s the 11th annual International CITO Weekend coinciding with Earth Day.This year, more than a thousand geocachers from at least 30 countries are combining in the annual worldwide environmental effort. The locations range from Croatia to Hong Kong and include more than 40 U.S. States.Share this new CITO video and log your “Will Attend” for a CITO event near you. For a limited time, Shop Geocaching will include a free CITO trash bag in each order (U.S. orders, while supplies last).[vsw id=”5eIwxTAaxKw” source=”youtube” width=”425″ height=”344″ autoplay=”no”]Share with your Friends:More SharePrint RelatedAnnouncing the 2014 CITO Weekend and SouvenirJanuary 26, 2014In “Cache In Trash Out”Groundspeak Weekly Newsletter – April 18, 2012April 18, 2012In “Cache In Trash Out”CITO 2013 – It Takes a VillageApril 22, 2013In “Cache In Trash Out”
Several students’ bodies of the north-eastern region have decided to observe a “bandh” on Tuesday in support of the call given by an influential students’ union to protest the proposed Citizens Amendment Bill, 2016. The Mizo Zirlai Pawal (MZP), the All Arunachal Pradesh Students’ Union (AAPSU), the Naga Students’ Federation (NSF) and the All Assam Students Union (AASU) have extended their support to the 11-hour “bandh” called by the North East Students’ Organisation (NESO).The “bandh” has also been called to condemn Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s recent statement that the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill, 2016 would be passed in Parliament soon, a NESO leader said. “Despite staging various dharnas even in New Delhi by students’ bodies from the north-east, the Centre is continues to be particular about passing the controversial bill, undermining the sentiments of the indigenous people of the region,” NESO coordinator Pritambai Sonam told reporters at Itanagar on Sunday.Mr. Modi had said at a rally near Silchar in Assam’s Barak Valley on Friday that the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill, 2016 would soon be passed in Parliament as a “penance against the injustice and many wrongs done in the past.” MZP general secretary Lalnunmawia Pautu said the 11-hour bandh would begin from 5 a.m. in Aizawl on Tuesday.He added that the people of the north-east were against the proposed amendment as it would grant citizenship to people on religious grounds. In Mizoram, it would mean legalising thousands of Buddhist Chakmas who had illegally entered the state from Bangladesh, Pautu said.The Citizenship (Amendment) Bill, 2016 was introduced in the Lok Sabha to amend the Citizenship Act, 1955 to grant Indian citizenship to Hindus, Sikhs, Buddhists, Jains, Parsis and Christians, who fled religious persecution in Bangladesh, Pakistan and Afghanistan and entered India before December 31, 2014.Demanding immediate scrapping of the bill, AAPSU president Hawa Bagang said, “If the bill is passed, we will be left with no option but to take up arms to protect our indigenous population.” The NSF, in a press release, said as a constituent of the NESO, it had apprised the Centre of the detrimental effects of the bill, if it was passed in Parliament.Samujjal Kumar Bhattacharyya, the chief advisor of the NESO and AASU, had told a press conference in Guwahati on Saturday that the “bandh” was called by the two organisations, along with 30 allied ethnic organisations in Assam, to oppose the bill and condemn the prime minister’s statement.
About the authorCarlos VolcanoShare the loveHave your say Fiorentina boss Montella insists no regrets over his time with AC Milanby Carlos Volcanoa month agoSend to a friendShare the loveFiorentina boss Vincenzo Montella has no regrets over his time with AC Milan.The Viola meet Milan later tonight.“It was a fantastic experience, we won a trophy, which some people conveniently forget,” said Montella, referring to the Italian Super Cup against Juventus.“We didn’t purchase practically any players and still qualified for Europe, which hadn’t happened for a few years. I don’t consider that a negative time at all.“When I was at Milan, Suso, Patrick Cutrone and Davide Calabria were set to be sold. I think we did good work with homegrown talents like Manuel Locatelli and Gianluigi Donnarumma.”
PITTSBURGH, PA – MARCH 17: Grayson Allen #3 of the Duke Blue Devils looks on against the Rhode Island Rams during the second half in the second round of the 2018 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament at PPG PAINTS Arena on March 17, 2018 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Justin K. Aller/Getty Images)Duke and Louisville are locked into a tight battle at Cameron Indoor Stadium. The Blue Devils led by as many as 14 but now trail late in the contest.During the second half, Duke’s Grayson Allen drove to the basket and was knocked down. While he was on the ground, he appeared to intentionally trip Louisville’s Raymond Spalding, who had corralled the ball and was dribbling up court.yep, that’s a trip by Grayson Allen … https://t.co/hAfZbZaFGb— Ryan Fagan (@ryanfagan) February 9, 2016Definitely looks like he meant to do that.
“Springtime in Montréal always has a special vibe, and this festive, happy and electric evening captures that feeling perfectly. It’s a terrific event to organize, and it supports a vital cause: the Foundation of the MAC. Being a part of it is a very hands-on way to support the Foundation and, in so doing, remind people of the importance of contemporary art in the affirmation and development of our culture and its immeasurable value to our society,” says Stefanie Stergiotis(Transat A.T.), Co-chair of the Printemps du MAC Organizing Committee.ELO LEO: A timeless soirée enlivened by beatnik sounds and geometric designsCreated by La Maison W, in collaboration with the Printemps du MAC Organizing Committee, the evening theme is a phonetic salute to Leonard Cohen’s work and will cap the Leonard Cohen – Une brèche en toute chose / A Crack in Everything exhibition in memorable fashion.The theme is also inspired by the beatnik movement. “This period is synonymous with freedom and rebirth, just like spring. So we took this artistic movement and added a touch of modern. As soon as guests arrive, they will be immersed in a monochromatic graphic universe, where shapes, lines, curves and crosshatching will create a hypnotic effect,” explains Nikolaos Lerakis, Managing Director at La Maison W Montréal.TICKETS ON SALE NOWPrice: $175A receipt for charitable donations will be issued for the eligible portion of the amount.To buy tickets:www.printempsdumac.comOr contact us at 514-847-6272 / email@example.comPrintemps du MAC 2018 Organizing Committee, Montréal’s can’t-miss event this springThe Foundation of the MAC wishes to offer its heartfelt thanks to Honorary Chair Martin-Luc Archambault (AmpMe), Co-chairs Alexandra Mohsen (SSENSE Canada) and Stefanie Stergiotis (Transat A.T.), as well as the members of the Printemps du MAC 2018 Organizing Committee, who so graciously put in the time and effort to make the event a success.Members: Alexandra De Roy (SNC-Lavalin), Ariane Bisaillon (Blakes), Catherine Plourde (De Grandpré Joli-Coeur), Isabelle Nazon (McCarthy Tétrault), Luana-Ann Church (Quebecor), Lysandre Laferrière (Gowling WLG), Marie-Josée Therrien (BDC), Marion-Isabelle Muszynski (BNC), Shady Ahmad (Budge Studios), Virginie Bourgeois (Danone Waters), Annette Nguyen (Newad), Benjamin Lessard-Nguyen (Freedom 55 Financial), Isabelle Nazon (McCarthy), Marc-Antoine Dufresne(BFL Canada), Sophie La Flèche (Stingray).Printemps du MAC was created in 2006 as a means to raise awareness among younger generations of contemporary art and the crucial role the MAC plays in protecting and promoting this heritage in Quebec, Canada and the world.Every year, the event dazzles under the guidance of the Printemps du MAC Organizing Committee, a group of young philanthropists passionate about contemporary art, whose mission is to plan a unique event with genuine added value for guests as well as provide the MAC with exposure benefitting the Foundation of the Musée d’art contemporain.Since its inception, the Printemps du MAC event has raised nearly $1,200,000 for the Foundation. When you buy tickets, you are supporting the MAC and its Foundation in a very real way, while also contributing to our society’s cultural and artistic enhancement.About the MAC FoundationThe Foundation of the Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal is dedicated to supporting the museum in its various activities, with a focus on building the collection, mounting exhibitions and maintaining educational programs. To achieve this mission, the Foundation’s mandate is to raise funds from organizations and individuals interested in promoting and preserving contemporary art from Québec, Canada and abroad. In this way, the Foundation helps raise the profile of the collection at the heart of Canada’s premier institution devoted exclusively to contemporary art.About the Musée d’art contemporain de MontréalLocated in the heart of the Quartier des Spectacles, the Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal makes today’s art a vital part of Montréal and Québec life. For more than fifty years, this vibrant museum has brought together local and international artists, their works and an ever growing public. It is also a place of discovery, offering visitors experiences that are continually changing and new, and often unexpected and stirring. The Musée presents temporary exhibitions devoted to outstanding and relevant current artists who provide their own, particular insight into our society, as well as exhibitions of works drawn from the museum’s extensive permanent collection. They may feature every form of expression: digital and sound works, installations, paintings, sculptures, ephemeral pieces, and more. In addition to its wide range of educational activities familiarizing the general public with contemporary art, the Musée organizes unique artistic performances and festive events. It is a window onto a myriad of avant-garde expressions that extend the reach of art throughout the city and beyond.macm.org/en/About La Maison WLa Maison W has offices in Montreal and Paris, comprising a team of strategic advisors, designers, architects and copywriters. La Maison W mobilizes its expertise in design, branding and architecture to help brands build unique and memorable client experiences. La Maison W’s most notable clients include Maripier Morin, Ivanhoé-Cambridge, Montreal Museumof Contemporary Art, Roland-Garros, Sofitel and Pernod Ricard. The Printemps du MAC (CNW Group/Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal) LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Advertisement Twitter Advertisement Facebook MONTRÉAL, March 15, 2018 – The Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal (MAC) is the place to be this coming Friday, April 13, from 9 p.m. on, when it holds the 12th edition of the famous Printemps du MAC event. The exceptional event, inspired by this year’s theme ELO LEO, will offer a nod to Leonard Cohen with a geometric take on the Beat culture, and will take place in a museum that has been utterly transformed for the occasion. All proceeds from the evening will go to the Musée Foundation, whose mission is to support the MAC in its various areas of activity: building the collection, producing exhibitions, promoting contemporary art and offering educational programs.This essential event on Montréal’s spring social calendar is well known for its inventive celebratory style, its eye-popping themes, its trendy attendees and its avant-garde taste. This year, the event will once again welcome more than 1,000 young professionals to an exclusive cocktail reception where all present will be invited to share in cultural and gastronomic discovery. Throughout the evening, participants will be able to groove to the music of DJ Thomas H, bid on various prizes offered in the silent auction and enjoy a very special opportunity to visit the Musée’s exhibitions in a unique, elegant and festive atmosphere.“What makes this event unlike any other fundraiser is its twofold mission: raise money to support the MAC’s activities and expose young professionals to contemporary art by having them spend an evening at the Musée,” explains Alexandra Mohsen (SSENCE), Co-chair of the Printemps du MAC Organizing Committee. “It’s much more than a party. The Committee plans the artistic side of the evening for months to put on an event like no other, year after year.” Advertisement Login/Register With: