Redpath Discovery – Volcanoes

ON APR. 23 – Learn about lava, magma, eruptions and volcanic bombs. Make your own mini volcano to take home. The first session at 11h 30 is now FULL. Please call 514-398-4092 to reserve for the second session: 13h 00-14h 00 OR for the third session: 14h30 – 15h30. (In English) $8/child, parents free. Reservation necessary in advance:…

Redpath Special Events – Earth Day

ON APRIL 23 – Toby and the Toads: You’re Never too Young for Natural History! From 14h30 – 16h30 You’re never too young (or old) for natural history! An appreciation of nature can be nurtured from an early age. To celebrate Earth Day, come and learn the secrets to being a naturalist and hear one…

The Sixties in Montréal

ON APRIL 22 TO MAY 6 – Montréal is transforming itself. The 60’s shook up Québec – especially the bustling metropolis. Place Ville-Marie, the metro, Expo 67… Discover how Montréal came to life during this period through photos from the Montréal Archives. More info at http://www.375mtl.com/en/programming/les-annees-60-a-montreal-photographies-des-archives-de-montreal-612/

Aime comme Montréal

ON APRIL 20 TO MAY 21 – Cultural diversity is one of the most important aspects of Montreal’s identity. In celebration of Montreal’s 375th anniversary, Aime come Montreal presents an intimate and authentic look into cultural diversity with a photography project featuring 60 inspiring intercultural couples living here in Montreal. By publishing a book and…

MMFA Weekend Art Workshops

SAT. & SUN. – Join the art educators every Saturday and/or Sunday at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts to enjoy a free introduction to a unique art form workshop related to the current temporary exhibit or to one of the museum’s featured permanent collections. (Updated 03/01/17) Four-handed workshop: “A Gap in the Clouds” (mobile)…

CCA Family Workshop Fun

Montreal on the Cheap regularly promotes the frequent and free Family Workshops at the Canadian Center of Architecture (CCA), but somehow they still fly under the radar of many people. Perhaps it’s the out-of-the-way location of the CCA, tucked below St. Catherine St. beside the Fort St. entrance to the expressway. Perhaps it’s that many people…