Exposcience 2019 – a world of discovery
The Stewart Hall Cultural Centre is hosting the 36th edition of the Exposcience on Saturday, November 9 and Sunday, November 10, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Many fun and educational activities are planned for inquisitive people of all ages during a weekend of discovery.
The animal kingdom will be explored in workshops featuring beaks and feathers, rainforest animals, other less familiar birds and animals, and insect tastings.
History buffs can explore various aspects of mummies and ancient Egypt, while paleontology, fossils, stones and minerals will cease to be a mystery for those interested in how our planet was formed.
The International Year of Chemistry will be highlighted in a workshop to create a magic spinning top, while a family art workshop will bring together young and old to experiment with colours.
Organized in collaboration with Concordia University, this major exhibition aims to make science accessible to the general public. The following organizations will be in attendance: Concordia Space Club, Women in Engineering, Society of Automotive Engineers, Building and Civil Engineering, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Unmanned Aerial Vehicles. Other topics will include health, geography and the environment.
Entrance is free.
The Stewart Hall Cultural Centre is located at 176 Du Bord-du-Lac – Lakeshore Road.
Information: 514-630-1220, firstname.lastname@example.org