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Cutting Edge Lecture in Science: Tiny animals, big stories

10Nov201618:00
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Tiny animals, big stories: the natural history of insects and spiders in Canada’s fragile Arctic By Chris Buddle (Associate Professor, Dept. of Natural Resource Sciences, Dean of Students, McGill)

Cutting Edge Lecture in Science: Chaotic Music and Fractal Art

13Oct201618:00
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Chaotic Music and Fractal Art - A Glimpse into the Neurophysiology of Aesthetics By Leon Glass (Isadore Rosenfeld Chair in Cardiology and Professor of Physiology, Dept. Physiology, McGill)

Cutting Edge Lecture in Science: Spies and Lies

15Sep201618:00
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20:00

Phones and recording devices of any kind are not permitted in the Auditorium.

Stones and Beer Bike Tour

25Sep201616:00
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20:00

Exciting bike trip exploring local history, fossils and rocks, architecture, secret spots and building stones.

Wild Family Nature Club on Mount Royal

9Jul201610:00
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11:30

Wild Family Nature Club: July 9 from 10:00-11:30

FULL - Pour le mois d'archeologie: Hands-on Archaeology Dig / Fouille archéologique

21Aug201613:00
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15:00

Immerse the whole family in a hands-on, interactive archaeological dig. Participants will learn about archeological tools, methods and the techniques used to uncover the artifacts from the past.

Pest/Peste @ Redpath Museum

19Jun201613:00
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18Sep201617:00

French word peste : the plague, an annoying person, a nuisance. Temporary exhibit by Amy Swartz.

Seahorses @ Redpath Museum

6Nov201615:00
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17:00

Seahorse Taxonomy and Conservation by Dr. Sara Lourie, Redpath Museum Associate and Honorary Curator (In English)

Desert Architecture @ Redpath Museum (in french)

17May201614:00

Lecture (in French) by Miloud Boukhira, architect and Brahim Benyoucef, urban planner on Desert Architecture (to reserve, call 514-284-3322, ext.221). Free.

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