Earth Day @ the Museum: Seeds, paper and plants


Musée Redpath Room 106, 859, rue Sherbrooke Ouest, Montréal, QC, H3A 0C4, CA
8 $ / child. Parents: FREE

Learn about seeds, pollinator plants and why they are important for the environment. 

One workshop for the whole family. $8 / child, all other family members are free.

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Learn about seeds, how they work and plant your own pollinator plant seed in an earth-friendly piece of McGill pulp to take home.

One session for the whole family. $8 / child, all other family members free.

Earth Day Canada helps people across the country recognize and celebrate the largest environmental event in the world, every year on April 22nd.  Don’t miss out on this day to mark how a little seed can go a long way to a sustainable future for earth.