3-1-1 and a half: Where should the snow go?

Young Public, in English and French, Shaughnessy House, 16 February 2019, 11am to 3pm

In Montréal, snow is a big part of our reality. Mandatory detours, endless noise from snow plows, buried cars, dangerous and slippery intersections—you know the drill. Since children might see possibilities that adults don’t, we need their help. In this program, we’ll develop new possibilities for what to do with all the snow that is collected over the winter. Instead of a problem, what if it was a seasonal opportunity to build?

Families will build models and record videos addressed to the City of Montréal to explain their designs. For children aged 7 to 12, accompanied by an adult.


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