Redpath Museum

22Oct201711:30
to
12:30

NEW! Two sessions every Sunday:

11h30 – 12h30 in English

13h – 14h  in French

All Discovery Workshops include a hands-on craft.

COST: $8.00/child or $25 for 4 workshops with advance registration before October 1st.

RESERVATIONS : 514-398-4092 OR on line registration form here.

Classified as: Sundays
22Oct201711:30
to
12:30

NEW! Two sessions every Sunday:

11h30 – 12h30 in English

13h – 14h  in French

All Discovery Workshops include a hands-on craft.

COST: $8.00/child or $25 for 4 workshops with advance registration before October 1st.

Check out the full schedule of Fall 2017 Discovery Workshops.

Classified as: Sundays
Category:
27Oct201712:00
to
13:00

. . . when McGill scientists bust myths and clarify science. This fall a NEW series of Freaky Fridays focuses on HOW science gets done.

Once a month you will hear one McGill scientist explain “how” they did their “science”.

HOWDUNNIT?

How I mapped all the lakes in the world and figured out how much water they contain

By Bernhard Lehner (Geography, McGill)

 

 

Classified as: Public talks
27Oct201712:00
to
13:00

. . . when McGill scientists bust myths and clarify science. This fall a NEW series of Freaky Fridays focuses on HOW science gets done.

Once a month you will hear one McGill scientist explain “how” they did their “science”.

HOWDUNNIT?

How I mapped all the lakes in the world and figured out how much water they contain

By Bernhard Lehner (Geography, McGill)

Classified as: Public talks
Category:
28Oct201713:30
to
14:30

Join Louise Chenevert to explore the indigenous trees of McGill campus as well as a few on the slopes of Mont Royal.

In English. 

Learn how to differentiate native trees from imports, hybrids and naturalized species. You will get to know the environmental benefits of native trees. We will discuss climate change and its impacts on our native tree species.  

Rain or shine, please dress appropriately. The walk features some uphill, but it is mainly on flat ground. Suitable for all. Children over 10 years of age should be able to stay with the group. In English. 

Classified as: Sundays
Category:
28Oct201713:30
to
14:30

Join Louise Chenevert to explore the indigenous trees of McGill campus as well as a few on the slopes of Mont Royal.

In English. 

Learn how to differentiate native trees from imports, hybrids and naturalized species. You will get to know the environmental benefits of native trees. We will discuss climate change and its impacts on our native tree species.  

Rain or shine, please dress appropriately. The walk features some uphill, but it is mainly on flat ground. Suitable for all. Children over 10 years of age should be able to stay with the group. In English. 

Classified as: Special Events, out and about
Category:
29Oct201711:00
to
12:15

Join us as for this Wild Family Nature Club as we play games, jump in a few leaves and learn how the plants and animals around us are starting to prepare for winter. Ages 4-8 with adult. We will be outdoors so please dress for the weather. Presented by the Canadian Wildlife Federation. 

Free. Registration required here: http://cwf.tiged.org/wfnc/calendar/event/35675.

 

Classified as: Special Events, out and about, Sundays
29Oct201711:30
to
12:30

NEW! Two sessions every Sunday:

11h30 – 12h30 in English

13h – 14h  in French

All Discovery Workshops include a hands-on craft.

COST: $8.00/child or $25 for 4 workshops with advance registration before October 1st.

RESERVATIONS : 514-398-4092 OR on line registration form here.

Classified as: Sundays
29Oct201711:30
to
12:30

NEW! Two sessions every Sunday:

11h30 – 12h30 in English

13h – 14h  in French

All Discovery Workshops include a hands-on craft.

COST: $8.00/child or $25 for 4 workshops with advance registration before October 1st.

Check out the full schedule of Fall 2017 Discovery Workshops.

Classified as: Sundays
Category:
29Oct201714:00
to
16:30

Join the graduate students from McGill's chapter of Let's Talk Science for some fun interactive (and a little spooky) science.

Murder Math Mysteries (Age 12-16): Determine the direction of blood splatters (simulated) through math and trigonometry. You will learn how to calculate angles.

Crime Lab (Age 8-16): Create your own fingerprints and understand the basic workings of DNA fingerprinting.

Classified as: Sundays, Redpath Museum
Category:
29Oct201714:00
to
16:30

Join the graduate students from McGill's chapter of Let's Talk Science for some fun interactive (and a little spooky) science.

Murder Math Mysteries (Age 12-16): Determine the direction of blood splatters (simulated) through math and trigonometry. You will learn how to calculate angles.

Crime Lab (Age 8-16): Create your own fingerprints and understand the basic workings of DNA fingerprinting.

Classified as: Sundays, Special Events
Category:
29Oct201715:00
to
17:00

(CatBird films, 2015).  The film takes us across the globe, retracing the history of lost urban rivers by plunging into archival maps and going underground with clandestine urban explorers. We’ll search for the disappeared Petite Rivière St-Pierre in Montreal, the River Tyburn in London, England, the Saw Mill River in New York, and the Bova-Celato River in Bresica, Italy. Could we see these rivers again? To find the answer, we’ll meet visionary urban thinkers, activists and artists from around the world.

AND Finding Dory

Classified as: Sundays
Category:
29Oct201715:00
to
17:00

(CatBird films, 2015).  The film takes us across the globe, retracing the history of lost urban rivers by plunging into archival maps and going underground with clandestine urban explorers. We’ll search for the disappeared Petite Rivière St-Pierre in Montreal, the River Tyburn in London, England, the Saw Mill River in New York, and the Bova-Celato River in Bresica, Italy. Could we see these rivers again? To find the answer, we’ll meet visionary urban thinkers, activists and artists from around the world.

AND Finding Dory

Classified as: Sundays
Category:
29Oct201715:00
to
17:00

(CatBird films, 2015).  The film takes us across the globe, retracing the history of lost urban rivers by plunging into archival maps and going underground with clandestine urban explorers. We’ll search for the disappeared Petite Rivière St-Pierre in Montreal, the River Tyburn in London, England, the Saw Mill River in New York, and the Bova-Celato River in Bresica, Italy. Could we see these rivers again? To find the answer, we’ll meet visionary urban thinkers, activists and artists from around the world.

AND Finding Dory

Classified as: Sundays
Category:
5Nov201711:30
to
12:30

NEW! Two sessions every Sunday:

11h30 – 12h30 in English

13h – 14h  in French

All Discovery Workshops include a hands-on craft.

COST: $8.00/child or $25 for 4 workshops with advance registration before October 1st.

RESERVATIONS : 514-398-4092 OR on line registration form here.

Classified as: Sundays

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