New series this May for Children ages 7 to 9!
Why is the ancient civilization of Iran so important to historians and to all the proponents of old history? Discover how the Persian ancient civilization preserved stories of its roots in poetry. In collaboration with Dr. Farshid Sadatsharifi and Mrs. Ghazaleh Ghanavizchian and the Islamic Studies Library of McGill University, this new series explores the historical events, the colorful medieval paintings and the beautiful collection of poems kept within the pages of the book Persian Epic of the Kings!
Please note that these workshops are for children aged from 7 to 9 years old. To ensure that our content is suitable for this age group, this program is not intended for younger children. Thank you for your understanding.
In English. Each workshop is $10+tax per child. We are now accepting credit card payments through our secure phone line at 514-398-4861 or you may also pay in person at the museum.
A maximum of 1 adult per child can attend the workshop.
Please arrive 20 minutes in advance to check-in at the Welcome Desk.
Space is limited and all registrations must be received before Wednesday May 1.
Please register here.
For children aged between 10 and 12 years old, please see the Persian Culture Workshops in JUNE.
IMAGE: Page from the book Persian Epic of Kings.
For more information about Persian culture, please visit the Islamic Studies Library of McGill University.