3-1-1 and a Half

Young Public, 18 June

In Montreal, construction is a big part of our reality. Mandatory detours, endless noise, messy streets, dangerous intersections—you know the list. Since children might see possibilities that adults don’t, we need their help. In this program, they will address real questions and complaints posed by people in Montreal, analyze them, and develop imaginative responses that reveal the unforeseen possibilities of building sites. At the end of the activity, each participant will record a video reply, which we will then send to the people who asked for our help.

For children aged 6 to 12, accompanied by an adult. Free, but spaces are limited. Please reserve ahead: 514 939 7002 or public@cca.qc.ca.


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