The Fort Worth Museum of Science and History Hosts Science on Tap

FWMSH turns 75

From News Release:

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 PM. 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.

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• 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.

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• 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.

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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 on sale now! 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.