Exposcience 2023 – Finally back!
Stewart Hall Cultural Centre is hosting the 37th edition of Exposcience on Saturday November 11 and Sunday November 12, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Inquisitive visitors of all ages are invited to take part in the wide range of fun and educational activities for a weekend of discovery.
The animal world will be on full display through workshops on the marine mammals of the St. Lawrence and on the process of pollination with the GUEPE organization. Come and discover a wide variety of animals, including amphibians, small mammals, reptiles, birds and much more with Éducazoo!
Paleontology, fossils, stones and minerals will no longer be an enigma for those interested in the evolution of our planet, with two workshops offered that weekend.
The International Year of the Millets will be celebrated through a workshop, in which you will be able to create a clay medallion, while a family art workshop entitled “When art meets science” will surely bring together the young and young at heart.
Organized in collaboration with Concordia University, this major exhibition aims to make science accessible to the general public. Many fields are represented: physics, biology, biochemistry, mathematics, computer science, engineering, linguistics, kinesiology, geography, psychology, design and space club.
Admission is free.
Stewart Hall Cultural Centre is located at 176, Bord-du-Lac–Lakeshore Road.
Information: 514 630-1220, email@example.com