The Musée de la Gaspésie invites you to Eggs

Le Musée de la Gaspésie vous invite chez œufs

Young and old will be able to dive into the chocolate world of "coconut fishing"!

Gaspé , March 24, 2022 . — For Easter, the Musée de la Gaspésie is organizing a refreshing and fun spring activity that is sure to please the whole family. On Sunday, April 10, 2022 from 12:30 p.m. to 4 p.m., the traditional "egg fishery" will be held, an unmissable annual event. The Museum invites the young and the young-at-heart to participate in a life-size “seek-and-find” game in the form of a rally. Family fun This fun activity will allow Gaspesians of all ages to spend quality time with their family. When they arrive, the children receive a card made up of 20 illustrations. Only 10 of them are in the Museum. Young explorers are therefore tasked with finding them. Sharp observers will note the presence of clues that will guide them through their exploration. In addition, to enhance the day and sweeten their mouths, each participant will receive a chocolate surprise at the end of the course in addition to a chance to win an Easter basket. An activity aimed at young audiences Playing is a natural and stimulating activity that allows children to learn a lot. The Museum therefore offers activities that allow them to move, think and imagine. To attract a younger audience and introduce children to the Museum outside of school hours, "fishing for coconuts" is part of a series of one-off events which are spread out over the year and which promote development, the analytical mind, the creativity and the aptitude for happiness of children. In addition, the activity is free for cocos under 12 years old! To your lines, get set, fish! When : Sunday, April 10, 2022, from 12:30 p.m. to 4 p.m., non-stop activity Cost : Adult: $10 Child: free if accompanied by an adult (maximum 3 children per adult) Duration : approximately 1 hour No registration required Indoor activity: rain or shine, we are waiting for you - 30 - Source: Gaspésie Museum Information: Katherine Yockell Head of cultural mediation C: │ T: 418 368-1534, ext. 109