Science Museum Is Not All-Ages

The Science Museum of Minnesota recently started a great new program–child-free programming. By child-free, I mean no one under the age of 21 and featuring science aimed at adults. Tonight, we’re talking brewing.

Wednesday, September 21, 2011
7 p.m. – 11 p.m.

Eat, drink and be nerdy. Explore the science of beer brewing and wine making, and roam the museum during a special adult-only evening. Enjoy music, games, live demonstrations and more, and of course all our galleries are open for you to explore.

Prices are cheap for a museum event, and all the cool geeks (what?) are going to be there, my husband and I included. Come hang out!

Science Museum Is Not All-Ages
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3 thoughts on “Science Museum Is Not All-Ages

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    They do this at OMSI in Portland, too. They have OMSI After Dark, as well as Science Pubs in Portland, Hillsboro, and Corvallis, where (as the name implies) scientists gives lecture in pubs, followed by group discussion. It’s pretty cool.

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    Allie, our science museum does something similar, with what they call their Beaker and Brush series, in which they specifically pair up an artist and a scientist to speak on a topic. A museum connected to our university also does a Cafe Scientifique.

    Jodi, the calendar doesn’t exist beyond October at this point, for any of these events. We’ll check closer to your trip.

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