How Fiction Works - What computers have to tell us about the nature of storytelling
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)
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)
Phones and recording devices of any kind are not permitted in the Auditorium.
Exciting bike trip exploring local history, fossils and rocks, architecture, secret spots and building stones.
Wild Family Nature Club: July 9 from 10:00-11:30
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.
French word peste : the plague, an annoying person, a nuisance.
Temporary exhibit by Amy Swartz.
Seahorse Taxonomy and Conservation
by Dr. Sara Lourie, Redpath Museum Associate and Honorary Curator
Lecture (in French) by Miloud Boukhira, architect and Brahim Benyoucef, urban planner on Desert Architecture (to reserve, call 514-284-3322, ext.221). Free.