Sat Nov 05 – Sun Nov 06 2016
10:00 AM – 11:00 AM
Toronto Public Library – Thorncliffe
48 Thorncliffe Park Dr, East York
Photo: Henry Chan
In this special off-site Power Kids program, participants will use mold and casting techniques to create hand-made fossils. Participants will learn about how real fossils are formed, what they can tell us about the Earth’s past and what creatures used to roam the Earth. We will also explore images of Yto Barrada’s exhibition currently at The Power Plant Contemporary Gallery and be inspired by her work with fossils.
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Registration: Call 416.973.4949 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your spot at a Power Kids session today. Please note that each session is capped at 36 participants and registration is strongly recommended as spaces fill up quickly.
On the Day: Power Kids begins promptly at 3PM and ends at 5PM, any spaces that have been reserved but not claimed by 3:10PM will be released to drop-in participants. Caregivers are expected to join their children in all activities.
Tours and workshops are led by Nadijah Robinson, Power Kids Family Programs Coordinator and assisted by Erica Cristobal, Power Kids Teaching Assistant.