Consacreted on October 30th 1927, the Saint-François-Xavier Church in Prévost is the location of around twenty shows and concerts every year. Offering exceptional acoustics, the church presents a unique opportunity to enjoy a rewarding musical experience.
At the heart of the first valleys and mountains of the Laurentians.
Prévost is a town with a rural setting between city and nature where people choose to settle for its environment, quality of life and quietude. Over 11,300 people live there according to most recent statistics. Nestled 55 km North of Montreal in the heart of the first valleys and mountains of the Laurentians, the Town of Prévost offers a unique environment surrounded by nature.
Considering its geographical location, Prévost is close to everything and easy to access due to the road 117 and Highway 15 wich it pass through from side to side. Crossed by the North River and the linear park Le P'tit Train du Nord, it is also easy to access the Riviere-du-Nord regional park as well as many cross country skiing, snowshoeing, biking or walking tracks. Its many parks and recreation infrastructure make it the perfect place for the whole family, but also for recreational enthusiasts and outdoor.
With its centennial train station, located along the linear park Le P'tit Train du Nord, which is also used for popular gathering and the Church of St. Francis Xavier, transformed into a multifunctional venue used for community needs, meetings or shows, Prevost offers a rich and varied cultural life from family activities, parties of all sorts, with shows and annual exhibitions (The exhibition of artists and artisans, the paint Symposium and L’En Verre du décor on Glass crafts profession).