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1899 :
Construction of "Villa Crystal"
1972 : "Boutique Lili" opens in a small locale in Hôtel Sainte-Agathe (350 square feet).
1975 : "Boutique Lili" moves to "Villa Crystal" as tenant.
1978 : Liliane Bruneau buys "Villa Crystal" and restoration of the heritage building begins. Works last 6 months.
1988 : "Fashion Event of the Year" at Hôtel Chantecler in Ste-Adèle, with the participation of designer Jean-Claude Poitras.
Changes corporate name to "Boutique Liliane Bruneau".
1994 : "La Belle Victorienne" (Villa Crystal) has a brand new look and changes its colours. The green and burgundy make it more authentic and contemporary.
1995 : Opens the dairy bar "Vachement-Chouette" in the boutique's basement. "Fleurette" the cow welcomes the first customers.
"Fashion Event" at Ste-Agathe church with the participation of designers Simon Chang, Jean-Claude Poitras, Michèle Cousineau of Saint-Sauveur and Franco Mirabelli of Toronto.
1996 : Another "Fashion Event" at Sainte-Agathe-des-Monts church.
1997 :

Three events to benefit the Canadian Cancer Society. Over $35,000 is raised:

"Fashion Event of the Year" at Château Mont-Tremblant with the participation of designers Simon Chang, Jean-Claude Poitras, Paula Lishman and Adrienne Vittadini. Twenty fashion presentations and twenty musical comedy numbers, sung live to the delight of 800 spectators.

"Liliane Bruneau Tennis Classic" inter-municipal tennis tournament with the participation of 10 municipalities of the Laurentians (250 players).

"Pasta Festival" dance with the collaboration of chef Carlo Zopeni of École Hôtelière des Laurentides.

1998 : Fashion, Art and Philanthropy: three events at Boutique Liliane Bruneau attended by designers Simon Chang, Jean-Claude Poitras and Linda Lundstrom. A total of $6,500 is raised from these events and distributed to the Canadian Cancer Society, Moisson des Pays-d'en-Haut and Fondation médicale des Laurentides.
Fondation Liliane Bruneau is created.
The Laurentians Tourism Association pays tribute to Liliane Bruneau by awarding her a "Mention d'Honneur" in the "Events" category for the "Fashion Event of the Year" at Château Mont-Tremblant.
1999 :

Two events to aid the construction and maintenance of Ste-Agathe church. Over $22,000 is raised:

"The Bell Tower Ball" with the collaboration of Louis Desrosiers (Desrosiers Ford).

"Fashion at the Opera" with the participation of Orchestre Philharmonique du Nouveau-Monde. Fashion and opera come together to enchant over 600 people.

2000 : "Mission: Scanner" gala evening at Hôtel La Sapinière in Val-David. An exciting mix of fashion, dancing and music attracts more than 250 people and raises over $33,000 for Fondation médicale des Laurentides.
"Long Live the Bride" party to benefit the Ste-Agathe-des-Monts figure skating club. This colourful event attracts more than 200 people, including 135 women in bridal gowns. Over $6,000 is raised.
"Sainte-Agathe Madness" Trade Show , gathers some twenty merchants and exhibitors under a tent, for the enjoyment of hundreds of visitors.
In Québec City, Liliane Bruneau receives, from the Minister of Industry and Commerce , the "Ordre du Mérite du Commerce de Détail" for her involvement in the community.
2001 : "Model of the Day" contest open to all residents of the Laurentians with the collaboration of the newspapers "Information du Nord" and "Les Pays-d'en-Haut". The final is held at the Bourbon Street bar in Piedmont and is a huge success.
Evening "Sainte-Agathe-des-Monts , 150 Years of History" at Auberge La Calèche in Sainte-Agathe, on Saturday, September 15, 2001.
Villa des Arts Liliane Bruneau opens , an art gallery showcasing Québec painters.
2002 : Fashion show at Hôtel Chanteclerc in Sainte-Adèle , as part of the Canadian Cancer Society convention. The Honourable Lise Thibault, Lieutenant Governor of Québec is in attendance.
2003 : Chrismas concert at Sainte-Agathe-des-Monts church to benefit APHIL , Association des personnes handicapées intellectuelles des Laurentides (for the intellectually disabled). The evening raises over $12,000 for APHIL.
2004 : The new pavilion Villa des Arts Liliane Bruneau is inaugurated in the presence of the Honourable Lise Thibault, Lieutenant Governor of Québec and designer Simon Chang.
2005-2006 :

Several varnishings, exhibitions, shows and concerts took place at the Villa des Arts Liliane Bruneau.

2007 :

« MOD’ART » Fashion show and music performances in Mont-Tremblant made it possible to raise more than $26,000 for the Laurentian’s Contemporary Art Museum

2007 :

The Liliane Bruneau Foundation donated $1,000 to the theatre troop « Les Clés Magiques » to help encourage this company to continue its excellent work with young people.

2008 :

Liliane Bruneau received the title of ambassadress from the Laurentian’s Contemporary Art Museum Foundation for her commitment in the fashion show MOD' ART in Tremblant in 2007. Her devotion showed no limit in this event.

2008 :

The Liliane Bruneau Foundation gave cheques of $2,428 to the Contemporary Art Museum Foundation, $500 to the Canadian Cancer Society,. $500 to the St-Bernard Church Foundation of Sainte-Adèle, and $500 to the Richelieu Club of Sainte Agathe des Monts.