Join us for a walk through McGill's leafy legacy. This 2-hour tour offers a serene stroll of the grand old trees of McGill. From the gnarled gingko on upper Peel Street to the stately maple of lower campus, this tour of the trees of McGill will tell the stories of the crabapples and black walnuts that helped to create an on-campus sanctuary. Includes a copy of the booklet: Leafy Legacy. In English. All ages welcome.
START for WALK: 2 pm. Meet at the Redpath Museum. Rain or shine. We will only cancel if the weather is not suitable for walking outside.
redpath.museum [at] mcgill.ca (ADVANCE RESERVATION necessary).
ADDITIONAL Pre-walk activity from 13h00 to 15h00: Do you know how flowering plants grow? What pollinators are? How flowers blossom? Come and learn about the life cycle of flowering plants and the science behind flower burgeoning with Let's Talk Science at McGill University. There will be hands-on activities for all ages. Location: Entrance Hall of the Museum. Bilingual. No reservation necessary.