Pointe-a-calliere Montreal to-do list to do events

To-Do List: Jan. 11

Pointe-à-Callière exhibitions, a deep dive into the music of Max Martin, free winter sports gear rental and more.

Hit Songs Deconstructed take a deep dive into the work of pop producer Max Martin in an exclusive online masterclass. Online, 5 p.m., $249

Max Martin has produced hits for Taylor Swift, Katy Perry and many others.

Parc Beaubien is lending out free equipment for winter sports practice, as part of Parc Beaubien en action. 5 p.m., free

Get the most out of winter at Parc Beaubien.

The exhibitions Italian Montreal and It’s Circus Time continue at archeology and history museum Pointe-à-Callière until Jan. 16 and March 6, respectively. 350 Place Royale, 10 a.m.–5 p.m., $25/$24 seniors/$17 ages 13–30/$8 ages 5–12

It’s Circus Time continues at Pointe-à-Callière

Marianne Derycke offers a weekly yoga class, FLOW. Online, 6:30 p.m., $18–$210

FLOW is a weekly yoga class by local instructor Marianne Derycke.

Until Jan. 22, several Little Burgundy businesses are taking part in Vitrines d’hiver, presented by Lola Petite Bourgogne. 2652 Notre-Dame W., 10 a.m.–5 p.m.

Lola Petite Bourgogne and other Little Burgundy shops take part in Vitrines d’hiver.

FuboTV is “Canada’s home to streaming live soccer,” with access to games from Coppa Italia, Ligue 1 and many other esteemed leagues. Online, $8.33–$14.99

FuboTV is Canada’s home for elite-soccer streaming.

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