Astronomy events, workshops, and team-building activities in Montréal
Astronomy should be accessible, affordable, and practical.
Even in the middle of a city.
Most people have some fascination with space and the night sky, but most assume you can’t enjoy astronomy when living in a big, brightly-lit city.
There's plenty to see! And I want to show you how...
Private Tours and Team Building Activities
Fun, Smart, and Engaging Tours for Your Team
Delight and challenge your group with a unique team-building activity that teaches them about space and astronomy. All centrally located in Montréal and available in English and French.Book a Tour
Presentations for Groups and Classrooms
Have a classroom or group interested in space or astronomy? Looking for a fun and engaging presenter in English or French?
You're in the right place!
Presentations are available in-person in Montréal and remote from other locations.Learn More and Book
Kids Birthday Parties and Private Events
Have a kid interested in space and astronomy who wants a unique birthday party? Let's make something happen!
Parties are curated for what your kids are interested in and their skill level. Priced reasonably for families.Contact Me
Through spring, summer, and fall, learn about what we can see with the naked eye and telescopes in Montréal. Workshops are done in parks around the Plateau and cross a wide variety of topics:
- Watch the Moonrise
- See the Sun set in a whole new way
- Spot the Space Station
- Learn astronomy smartphone apps
- And more...
Buy Prints and Postcards
I love space, photography, and Montréal. My prints and postcards try to merge all three.
Using the city as a backdrop, my photos try to capture the magic in the sky from down on the ground. Available to pickup in the Plateau and available to ship anywhere in Canada + USA.Browse Shop
About the Host
Salut! I'm Trevor!
Since I was a small kid, I've had an interest in space and the night sky.
In spring 2017, I finally got a telescope and would bring it to Parc Lafontaine almost every clear night. People would ask to take a look and were blown away by what you could see: the craters and fine details of the Moon's surface, the moons of Jupiter, and even the rings of Saturn.
They learned about the night sky – and I learned that I loved teaching it.