Bring your monster-loving friends to see “Destroy All Monsters” — the ninth film in the original Japanese sci-fi Godzilla series. This campy show is complete with live music played by Richmond’s own Goldrush with its unique blend of pop, indie rock and classical! $5
Spend an evening in the Museum! Explore three floors of interactive exhibits and see a special presentation of 2001: A Space Odyssey in The Dome at 8:30 pm. Before the movie, take a look at how closely predictions about the future come to our current space technologies in Science After Dark: 2014: A Space Perspective at 6:30 pm. Fifteen minutes after sunset, weather permitting, share telescopes with Richmond Astronomical Society members.
Internationally renowned theoretical physicist, Dr. James Gates, will explore the intriguing insights of Superstring/M-Theory, the creativity of the scientific process, the parallel quests of science and religion for certainty in the face of mystery, and his own personal belief in both science and spirit. Presented by the Chrysalis Institute. Pre-registration is required. Register online at chrysalisinstitue.org.
Join us for an interactive celebration of creativity and ingenuity featuring local innovators, hobbyists and hands-on demonstrations in science, art, technology, engineering, sustainability, food, music, crafts, fashion and more. RVA Makerfest will also feature workshops and speakers, with select makers offering handmade creations for sale. Find out more here.
Middle school girls join forces with professional women scientists to develop soft circuits and create their own wearable technology! Please call 804.864.1400 to make a reservation. $10.
Join us for a black-tie evening as we honor Mr. and Mrs. John H. Wick III, raise awareness and support for the Museum’s mission: Inspiring Virginians to enrich their lives through science. For tickets and information click here or call 804.864.1548.
Ice Cream That Doesn't Melt? presented by Kelly Walker, Chef and Owner, Chocolates by Kelly.