If you're planning on picnicking this summer in Montreal, you may want to consider these friendly rules.
Let's face it, there's nothing worse than unwanted disturbances when you're trying to enjoy a peaceful lunch or friendly bbq gathering in your neighborhood park. Be a good picnic neighbor, Montreal, and keep these 5 tips in mind!
Keep your grilling in check
If you're planning on bringing a barbecue to your picnic, make sure to do it in permited parks only! You'd be suprised at the places where you can and can't barcecue, Montreal. Consult the official guidelines here!
Don't leave your trash behind
This one's kind of a given, but make sure to pick up after yourself. There's nothing worse than picnickers who leave a trail of wrappers and trash behind them.
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Keep the volume to a minimum!
If you plan on bringing a speaker to play music (or tune in to The Beat 92.5!), remember that your neighbors have ears too. Just keep the volume on low and you're all set!
Don't be a bother with your balls...
Although playing spikeball, football, or soccer in the park can be a ball, make sure to stay respectful! Nobody wants to receive a ball on the head while they're trying to read their favourite book...
Nobody wants a pooch party pooper
This one's fairly simple...be a friendly neighbor when bringing your pet pooch to your picnic!