Kids POP Crawl: Book Reading and Activities
Time & Location
About the Event
Join Melanie Proulx, Ashley Lanni, and Amelia Hart, the authors and illustrator of "The Bum Drum Conundrum", for a book reading and afternoon of educational activities for kids!
The Bum Drum Conundrum explains consent in a fun and straightforward way by telling the story of Malina, a young girl who is pressured into a playing a game that she does not want to play.
Bring your little ones to teach them about the importance of not being afraid to say no and always respecting other people's boundaries!
Kids POP Crawl promises an afternoon of excitement and adventure in Montreal’s Mile End district. Pick up your map at Clubhouse POP and follow it to a bunch of exciting stations around the neighborhood, each organized and designed by local artists. Each Kids POP Crawl location is within easy walking distance, and activities can be completed quickly enough to ensure that you can sample everything. Some stations are limited and will continue while supplies last. Snuggle up for storytime at La Petite Librairie Drawn + Quarterly, make buttons at Monastiraki, craft your dream sticker with Lovestruck Prints, visit the Bubble Wizards, and let loose with Angie Cheng at her costume extravaganza! Once you’ve completed the last station, come claim your prize at our Clubhouse table!
Librairie Drawn & Quarterly recognizes that our events and bookstores are located on the unceded territory of the Kanien’kehá:ka. Many of us refer to Montreal as our home, but it is named Tiohtiá:ke. This has always been a gathering place for many First Nations and continues to be home to a diverse population of Indigenous peoples. It is important to think about how each and every one of us has arrived here. We are grateful that creating and sharing stories has been a part of this land for thousands of years and we urge you to seek out a story that is different from your own.
La Petite Drawn and Quarterly Accessibility information:
- Our event space uses StopGap.ca ramps in an effort to encourage accessibility. Both the step at the entrance, followed by a half step and a door have StopGap ramps. The door opens inward and is not automated. Once inside, there are no additional steps.
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