Why Should Kids Have All The Fun?
Science After Dark was developed by the Delaware Museum of Natural History as a unique, 21-and-over science series exploring a wide range of mind-expanding topics. This after-hours, adult program brings together curious minds for informal evenings of wine, beer, conversation, and fun.
What is Science After Dark?
An ongoing adult science program aimed at stirring engaging conversations in a fun, casual atmosphere. Visitors can grab a drink, explore the Museum, and experience science first-hand.
When Is It?
The Science After Dark series occurs throughout the year, usually coordinated in conjunction with the Museum's latest special exhibit.
Science After Dark: Evolution of Love
Thursday, February 13, 2014
5:30 -7:30 p.m.
$5 for pre-registration; $7 at the door
Enjoy an evolutionary adventure of your own at the Museum after hours. Visit our new exhibit, Charlie & Kiwi’s Evolutionary Adventure, while enjoying an adult beverage (wine or beer). Plus, meet some new people, hang with old friends, and learn some fun facts about the evolution of love, dating, and mating in our natural world.
Supported by Cabot Cheese.
[Image: Kriebel Art]