The Fort Worth Museum of Science and History’s halls are usually filled with children and families, but that won’t be the case on April 1 from 6-10 p.m. During this time, the Museum will once again host Science on Tap, an adult-only event for those who are 21+. The after-hours extravaganza will feature a cash bar, small plates and live music. Guest can also explore exhibits and galleries while participating in hands-on activities geared towards grown-ups.
Here are just a few of the activities planned for Science on Tap:
• Live Chats with interesting speakers and experts.
• Smart Phone Holograms: Turn your smart phone into a 3D hologram viewer.
• The Art of Visual Notetaking: Let your doodles increase your comprehension.
• Handle state-of-the-art drones, hear expert pilot advice and learn FAA rules.
• Learn Chinese through pictures and stories.
• Meet engineering artisans.
• Take part in a taste lab – who knows what you might try?
• Trickery abounds as we celebrate April Fools’ Day.
• Take part in Trivia on Tap.
Science on Tap would not be possible without the volunteers from area organizations who will be present to facilitate chats and activities. Participating organizations include DFW Makers; Dallas Personal Robotics Group; Fort Worth Camera/NTXDrone; International First Fruits Education; The Maker Spot at North Richland Hills Library; Panther Lab-Northwest Branch, Fort Worth Library; Texas Christian University; University of North Texas and University of North Texas-Health Science Center.
Science on Tap tickets are 20 for non-members and $15 for members. Guests will receive one free beer, wine or soda per ticket when tickets are purchased in advance.
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