By Britt Way
Find out how stars work and then weave a simple star ornament with Chinese ribbon to take home. This presentation led by Redpath Museum educators in collaboration with the ribbon weave artist Yat Wing Rock Mt Lo. In English. In Room 106.
Cost: $7 per child who creates the craft, all other family members FREE. Reserve in advance: call 514-398-4092 or email redpath [dot] museum [at] mcgill [dot] ca.
By Bruno Paul Stenson.
Water is Life! exhibit will be part of the 13e
Colloque d'éducation relative à l'environnement
Ce colloque réunit chaque année près de 400 acteurs de l'éducation relative à l'environnement et au développement durable d'horizons variés : milieu scolaire, organismes communautaires et non-gouvernementaux.
Il offre l'opportunité de réfléchir, d'échanger et de partager son expérience autour des enjeux soulevés par la thématique.
The McGill Community for Lifelong Learning is holding an Open House on Tuesday November 26, 2013, from 1 to 4 p.m. This is a prime opportunity to: discover a unique concept; explore fascinating topics; meet moderators, lecturers and workshop leaders; experience a vibrant community; plan for a stimulating Winter 2014. Everyone is welcome at 688 Sherbrooke St. W., Suite 229. Info: 514 398-8234; www.mcgill.ca/mcll.
By Denis Brault, professor of Latin and Greek for La Fondation Humanitas.
Join the guides from the Redpath Museum Club for a night of flashlight tours of dinosaurs and mummies, mammoths and polar bears! Tours start at 10pm and leave on the hour, every hour until 2 am. All tours are given in English. Suggested contribution: $ 2 regular adult / children and students FREE. At the door. Everyone welcome. No reservations necessary. INFO: 514-398-4094 or science [dot] outreach [at] mcgill [dot] ca.
Secret Science Spots Campus Tour
The study of science at McGill University goes back 150 years, but there are hidden pockets of history that will surprise even the most avid McGill chronicler. From the underground stream near Burnside Hall and the role it played in the life of geologist George Mercer Dawson, to the Duke of Edinburgh’s unpublicized visit to the toilets at the old Biology (now James) Building in 1952, this tour will enlighten and entertain. (In English).