Please note that this workshop has been canceled. Thank you for your understanding.
Learn about the importance of insects such as bees, butterflies, ants, beetles and flies for plant pollination. Watch and identify them as they gather nectar in the Museum's pollinator patch and then release a butterfly into the world.
IMAGE: Bee pollinating a Gerbera daisy near the museum.
These workshops invite families with children aged 4 - 7 years old.
Two sessions each Sunday: 10h00 - 11h00 (in English) AND 11h30 - 12h30 (in French)
COST: $10.00 (+ taxes) /child / workshop. One parent / child is FREE.
Your reservation is only guaranteed with payment in advance. We are now accepting credit card payments through our secure phone line at 514-398-4861, or you may also pay at the museum.
No refunds. No discounts for late arrival regardless of advance registration and/or payment.
- If you choose to make a payment for the first date only, future unpaid reservations will be cancelled.
- There will be no refunds, but we will do our best to accommodate changes depending on availability. Contact us by email (office.redpath [at] mcgill.ca) on the Thursday preceding the workshop.
- If you arrive later than the starting time of the workshop, your place is no longer guaranteed, regardless of having made a reservation and/or paid.