Broad Street Station, the Museum’s home, turns 100 in January. So we’re partying like it’s 1919! Science on Tap: Speakeasy will be a night of throw (way) back science, prohibition-era cocktails, jazz music - from Jay Brown's Grace Street Seven Quartet - and dancing.
Channel the past and break out your flapper dress, headpiece, fedora, Homberg or suspenders. The best costumes will be invited to take part in our contest for the chance to win a sweet prize. Don’t have something to wear? Make your own flapper headpiece or bow tie that night.
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And if all this wasn’t enough, sample cocktails from Hamilton Beach’s new cocktail maker – not even on the market yet! Preview the future while partying like you’re in the past. Mind blown.
As always, we’ll have food trucks and lots of beverages on tap. And our friends from Belle Isle Moonshine and Garden Grove are back again. But this time, we’ve stashed them in our hidden speakeasy…
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When: Thursday, January 17 from 6 to 10 pm
$10 admission ($8.50 for Museum members); food and drink is extra. Guests must be 21 or older to attend. ID required for entry, no exceptions.
Science on Tap is presented by WestRock.
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