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Saturday, August 2, 2014
Examine the role museums play in our ever changing cultural landscape and their position in the future.
Grab your crayons, paintbrushes and pencils and get ready to open your ears, eyes and minds for an around- the-world artistic adventure!
Join us as we uncover evidence of aliens in the world around us. Unravel myths of the origins of human culture, look way up for signs of life in space, then see the effects of alien plants and animals on fragile eco-systems, and identify the most successful alien species of all...people!
Learn about legends, monsters, scrolls, and weapons from the actual cultures and artifacts upon which Dungeons & Dragons-style games are based. Use your imagination to bring it all to life while playing an on-going campaign in the ROM-inspired D&D world of Elaran.
Interested in a career in museums, science, or culture? Join us for a one week intensive introduction to the ROM and the work that goes on here.
Prepare yourself for an action packed journey to ancient times and places as you participate in a different historical adventure every day.
Explore all corners of the Museum to unlock life's greatest mysteries!
Are you ready a week full of ooey, gooey, icky, sticky, slimy, smelly and awe-inspiring adventures? Try your hand at creepy crafts, revolting recipes and squishy science experiments.
Search the Museum from top to bottom to discover extraordinary objects from ancient civilizations, zany creatures from the natural world and some of the earth’s rarest treasures. Meet a mossy frog, peer at amazing fossils and create wacky art projects. You’ll amaze your fa
Exclusively for ROM Members. Registration is required as space is limited.
Visit the Gothic Revival Bloor Street United Church and view mid-20th century stained glass by Celtic Studio, focusing on the Great South Window.
Members only. Registration is required. Space is limited.
Kate Cooper will reveal the story of the 'Minoan' Goddess and discuss whether science is today able to resolve the question of date.