Library event

Discover & Write from Natural History - Session 1

4May201911:30
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13:00

Come discover and create with poet/essayist Maureen Scott Harris and the treasures of natural history in McGill's Blacker Wood Collection.

Hugh MacLennan Lecture | Esi Edugyan in conversation with Amanda Parris

29Apr201917:30
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19:00

This lecture is now full. To be placed on the waiting list, please email rsvp.libraries [at] mcgill.ca with your name and number of seats. Thank you.

Therapy Dogs visit the Library during exams

16Apr201912:00
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30Apr201913:30

The dogs are coming! Courtesy of Caring Paws, our furry friends are visiting multiple Library branches to help you de-stress.

Healthy McGill student study space at the Library

17Apr201914:00
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18Apr201916:00

Come visit the Healthy McGill study space during the week of exams to make your own free exam kits, grab other resources, grab some snacks or if you just need a "chill" break from all the studying!

Workshop - Discover & Write from Natural History

4May201914:00
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16:00

Come discover and create with poet/essayist Maureen Scott Harris and the treasures of natural history in McGill's Blacker Wood Collection.

Reading - Discover & Write from Natural History with Maureen Scott Harris

5May201913:00
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15:00

Come discover and create with poet/essayist Maureen Scott Harris and the treasures of natural history in McGill's Blacker Wood Collection.

Earth Day Pop-up Exhibition

23Apr201914:00
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17:00

Rare Treasures of the Natural World in McGill’s Special Collections & Archives

Exhibition Vernissage | Sir William Osler's Leonardo da Vinci Collection: Flight, Anatomy and Art

2May201917:30
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19:30

All are invited to attend a vernissage to celebrate the opening of our newest exhibition, Sir William Osler's Leonardo da Vinci Collection: Flight, Anatomy and Art,  May 2, 2019, at 5:30 pm.

Predictor Unveiled | The First Reliable Home Pregnancy Test & its Little-Known Connection to Montreal

7May201917:00
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19:00

A roundtable discussion featuring inventor Meg Crane (NYC), Prof. Jenna Healey (Queens Univ.), Prof. Christabelle Sethna (Univ. Ottawa), and Prof. Alanna Thain (McGill Univ.).

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