Redpath Museum events
Leafy Legacy - Guided Tour of the Trees of McGill / Les arbres du campus - Visite guidée des arbres de McGill
(bilingual). Learn about hominid evolution and how skull structure changed. make a sugar skull to take home! 3 sessions for ALL ages 11h30 – 12h30 OR 13h-14h OR 14h30-15h30 Workshops include a hands-on craft.
(Joe Heath, 2011) this film sheds light on the survival of a specific Inuit population, the Sanikiluaq community living around the Belcher Islands in Hudson Bay, who have depended on the eider duck for warmth and food for centuries
Presentation by: Jean Barrette (Curator, Ernest Rutherford Collection) - The Rutherford Museum $20/ presentation @ door.
(NOVA, 2003): Seahorses' extraordinary looks and surprising behavior have earned them a mythic stature, one that now puts them in peril.
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)
(National Geographic, 2013). This film shows what a normal human body experiences in a single day of life. It shows the complexity of some actions and the simplicity of others, and how our bodies perfectly perform each.
(NOVA, 2001). This film, sponsored by Morgan Stanley, tells the extraordinary true story of polar explorer Sir Ernest Shackleton's ill-fated 1914-1916 British Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition.
Learn about bees, how they make honey and why they are important for life. Taste some honey and make your own candle to take home! 3 sessions for ALL ages 11h30 – 12h30 OR 13h-14h OR 14h30-15h30
(National Geographic). This documentary takes watchers deep into one of the world’s greatest natural creations. Viewers are able to travel to the depths of the Canyon and learn the secrets of its formation.