Rocks come in all shapes, sizes and colours. What's more, they are made up of different minerals. Come and discover how humans use rocks as tools, building materials and even musical instruments! 2-3 pm for ages 4-6; 3:30-4:30 pm for ages 7-12. Includes a hands-on craft. Parents encouraged to attend. Registrations taken Wednesday and Thursday mornings each week.
Skates and rays possess a cartilaginous skeleton. What does that mean? It means that they lack true bones, which other fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds and mammals all have. Come and learn about these fascinating sea creatures. 2:00 pm-3:00 pm for ages 4-6; 3:30 pm-4:30 pm for ages 7-12. Includes a hands-on craft. Parents encouraged to attend. Registrations taken Wednesday and Thursday mornings each week.
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Dr Jude Poirier, Douglas Hospital Research Centre
Jack Siemiatycki, U de M, McGill
Dr Janet Wittes, Statistics Collaborative Inc.
Dr Thomas A. Louis, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
Stan Shapiro, McGill
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Dr John Lynch, University of Michigan
Dr Andrzej Weber, University of Alberta