The Ensemble for Humanity Symphony Orchestra, conducted by McGill composer Simeon Morrow, with violinists Julia Bushkova and Filip Fenrych. Works by Estonian composer Arvo Part. Proceeds to the Montreal Children's Hospital. The concert will be repeated on Saturday, April 30, at 8 pm.
A walking tour focussing on the fossils, rocks and minerals of Montreal buildings. Cost includes a copy of "What Building Stones Tell."
The mandate of the McGill Allégo Advisory Committee is to develop a strategic transportation demand management plan for McGill University. Meetings are open to all in the McGill community.
Experience Montreal through the eyes of a child from the alleyways and playgrounds to nurseries and classrooms and discover the 20th-century innovations that changed children's lives.
Permanent exhibition: By turns dazzling and dark, dignified and frivolous, steamy hot and icy cold, Montreal - city of a thousand spires, crossroads of a continent - casts its eternal spell. Over 800 objects from the McCord's famous collection will bring the great Montreal adventure to life.
A fascinating exploration of the power of an iconic Canadian photograph, "The Last Spike." An exhibition produced by the Canadian Cultural Centre, Paris, in collaboration with the McCord Museum.
Dr. Edmond Pajor, director, Center for Food Animal Well-Being, Purdue University
Dr. Craig Mandato, Anatomy and Cell Biology, McGill
Dr. Mark Voigt, Dept of Pharmacological and Physiological Sciences, Saint Louis University
The McGill Alumni Association of New York extends a cordial invitation to McGill graduates, family and friends to attend Polo Day at the Greenwich Polo Club, with a match benefiting the Hole in the Wall Gang Camp.