The Parc des Chutes Coulonge announces its Festival des lumières
Article published on 14 November 2019
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The parc des Chutes Coulonge recently announced the return of the Festival des lumières for the month of December. Every Saturday night in December, families are invited to visit the one-kilometer illuminated trail leading to the Chutes Coulonge. A different theme and activities will be celebrated per evening. The first Saturday of the Festival will be on December 7th, from 5pm to 9pm.

On the same topic, the Parc des Chutes Coulonge is looking for a new park manager to ensure the smooth running of the site.

Job Description :
Under the supervision of the Board of Directors, the primary objective of the appointed candidate will be to manage customer service and zip-lining, and to ensure the proper, responsible and safe operation of the park. To ensures that the customers enjoy the excellent experience, from booking to the visiting. The Manager must work towards continuous progress and team development.

The one year contract begins in December 2019 with the possibility of renewal, subjected to a favourable evaluation and performance.

The deadline to apply is November 22 at 11 am at dg chutescoulonge.qc.ca
More information their Facebook page; Parc des Chutes Coulonge.

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