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Sharks are awesome

5 Dec 2021 10:00
11:00

This family friendly workshop features videos and activities from Ocean School’s latest module called “Sharks are Awesome”. We will go to the open ocean to explore technologies used to study sharks and then learn about some of the Museum’s awesome shark teeth, skin, skeletons and even Mermaid’s purses! The workshop features interactive activities with special guest marine scientists such as Victoria Glynn (Biology Dept.) who regularly swims with sharks!

Virtual - Triceratops and dino excavations

10 Dec 2021 13:00
14:00

As the museum remains closed indefinitely and the university's sanitary measures do not allow us to travel for activities yet, we are proposing a virtual activity with an energetic guide who will give everyone a taste of the museum.

Come meet our resident Triceratops SARA and learn about the main characteristics of these magnificent animals.

Virtual - Triceratops and dino excavations

20 Jan 2022 13:00
14:00

As the museum remains closed indefinitely and the university's sanitary measures do not allow us to travel for activities yet, we are proposing a virtual activity with an energetic guide who will give everyone a taste of the museum.

Come meet our resident Triceratops SARA and learn about the main characteristics of these magnificent animals.

Virtual - Triceratops and dino excavations

10 Feb 2022 10:30
11:30

As the museum remains closed indefinitely and the university's sanitary measures do not allow us to travel for activities yet, we are proposing a virtual activity with an energetic guide who will give everyone a taste of the museum.

Come meet our resident Triceratops SARA and learn about the main characteristics of these magnificent animals.

Virtual - Triceratops and dino excavations

24 Feb 2022 10:30
11:30

As the museum remains closed indefinitely and the university's sanitary measures do not allow us to travel for activities yet, we are proposing a virtual activity with an energetic guide who will give everyone a taste of the museum.

Come meet our resident Triceratops SARA and learn about the main characteristics of these magnificent animals.

Virtual - Triceratops and dino excavations

3 Mar 2022 13:00
14:00

As the museum remains closed indefinitely and the university's sanitary measures do not allow us to travel for activities yet, we are proposing a virtual activity with an energetic guide who will give everyone a taste of the museum.

Come meet our resident Triceratops SARA and learn about the main characteristics of these magnificent animals.

Virtual - Triceratops and dino excavations

10 Mar 2022 13:00
14:00

 

As the museum remains closed indefinitely and the university's sanitary measures do not allow us to travel for activities yet, we are proposing a virtual activity with an energetic guide who will give everyone a taste of the museum.

Come meet our resident Triceratops SARA and learn about the main characteristics of these magnificent animals.

Land Acknowledgement

McGill University is located on land which has long served as a site of meeting and exchange amongst Indigenous peoples, including the Haudenosaunee and Anishinabeg nations. McGill honours, recognizes and respects these nations as the traditional stewards of the lands and waters on which we meet today.

The Redpath Museum's director EDI statement.

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