Halloween: A Fun Weekend

October 28–30

Forget ghosts and goblins! This Halloween, reptiles and insects steal the show.

Logo: Nature Nocturne.

Halloween at Nature Nocturne

Friday, October 28—Sold out

Theme: Scales and Tails. Polish your scales and slither on over to the museum for an evening of dancing and entertaining science.

Polar bears (Ursus maritimus).

Mammals in Canada

Launch and Lecture: Nov. 2

Celebrate the publication of Histoire naturelle des mammifères du Canada and reflect on the interactions of people and urban nature.

A green tree python (Morelia viridis).


Special Exhibition
October 7, 2016 – April 8, 2017

Beautiful, deadly and alive! Get a new appreciation for these misunderstood creatures.

Richard Louv.

Author Talk

Richard Louv

Tuesday, Nov. 8: "How the more high-tech our lives become, the more nature we need". Question period and book signing to follow.

Detail of the maquette for a steel sculpture of an iceberg, by Bill Lishman.

Winner Announcements

Nature Inspiration Awards

On November 9, find out about the award winners and their extraordinary achievements.

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