In 2008, Quebec City has been celebrating its 400th anniversary. Major shows, exhibits and events of all kinds took place throughout the year.
It’s not too late to be a part of it too. By blogging about the city, and what it means to you. Had a great meal there? Saw a good concert? Grew up there or – why not – never visited but are drawn to the city? Fantasized about the place or its people? Share that with the world – and a whole bunch of bloggers on December 31st, at the closing of the year’s festivities.
By doing so, you’ll be joining dozens and dozens of bloggers taking part in the 400 ans, 400 blogues project, started by Michel Monette, a Quebec City blogger who has been taking a census of all the blogging activity in Quebec’s capital region and sharing it on the web – and even on Twitter.
The ultimate goal is to get 400 people to blog about the city on the last day of its 400th anniversary. Knowing there are at least 177 blogs from Quebec City itself, the idea doesn’t seem too crazy – especially if all these bloggers get a couple of their friends from outside to join in.
And heck, you can even join in without having your own blog. Posting a comment on the 400 ans, 400 blogues web site will do fine too.
So jump in and take a bloggy trip to Quebec City. The more the merrier!