Montpellier: a science festival on climate for young people aged 7 to 77

tradition. Since 1991, every October, the Science Festival has been going in full swing. For this edition, scheduled until October 17, the program of events for the public announced in Montpellier and the city is plentiful with no less than 80 appointments, all free of charge!

On a general theme (“Climate, shall we talk about it?”) most activities were planned in six media libraries in the capital (Jules-Verne in Saint-Jean-de-Vedas, Albert-Camus in Clapiers, Aimé-Césaire in Castelnau, and Émile Zola). in Montpellier, Lagarde in Benin, and Jean Gionno in Birol). All of them, or almost all, are intended for a young audience.

From the Faber Museum to the Aquarium

For its part, the Fabre Museum offers two guided tours (“Climate in Painting”, “Climate History through the Fabre Museum Collections”) and a workshop for artistic practice (“Atelier de l’ours blanc”) younger than 7 years old.

Planet Ocean Aquarium, located in the Odysseum, plays the game with a series of short animations (five minutes at a time) about the effects of climate change on the ocean. And only this Saturday, October 8, from 3 p.m., the Henri Prades Archaeological Museum in Lattes will host a conference on the history of the Black Gulf Coast.

Finally for three days (Saturday to Monday) a scientific village was established at 2 Place Marcel-Godechot. Cultural and scientific institutions compare the arts and sciences.

www.montpellier.fr/fetedelascience

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