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Sherbrooke is the largest town in the Eastern Townships of southern Quebec, Canada.

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Sherbrooke Museum of Fine Arts (Musee des Beaux Arts)

Founded in 1982, the Musée des beaux-arts de Sherbrooke art gallery is in the historic 19th-century home of the Eastern Townships Bank in downtown Sherbrooke. Its goal is to promote the fine arts and to display both works of universal value and local flavour. It focuses on the works of artists of the Eastern Townships, but also exhibits great works from elsewhere. Exhibitions are the core of the museum’s offerings: the first and second floors offer a dozen or so exhibitions every year, while the third floor boasts the museum’s permanent collection, featuring works by Frederick Simpson Coburn (1871-1960), the famed painter originally from Melbourne in the Eastern Townships.

241 rue Dufferin





  • Le Téléphone Rouge. Local and provincial musical performances fridays and saturdays and live DJs on thursdays. Catters to a musically-aware crowd. No cover when there are no shows and thursdays, between 5$-15$ on fridays and saturdays. Quebec beers only, 6$ for a pint. 819.566.9527

38 rue Wellington Sud, Sherbrooke

  • Le Café du Palais. Rockin' in Sherbrooke since 1979. During warmer weathers, has a large terrace located in a alleyway with a stunning view on City Hall. Catters mostly to students and people in their 20's. Live improv on sundays.

184 ruelle Whiting (Wellington Nord)

  • Complexe le Living.

Club with four different rooms, each with a different setting. Hip Hop and techno. 66 rue Meadow


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