The Science Museum of Virginia is transforming into a speakeasy and encouraging adults to party like it’s 1919 at the third Science on Tap event on Jan. 17.
This transformation is to celebrate the 100th anniversary of its building.
Get ready for a night of fun at The Science Museum of Virginia:
- Throw-back science
- Jazz music by The Grace Street Seven Quartet from 6-8 p.m.
“Guests can create an inkblot and have Freud interpret it; see what we’ve learned in the last century about space in the Dome; play a game of Two Truths and a Lie to discover 100-year-old science; meet Edison, Tesla and Marie Curie; take a swing dance lesson with Jazz Den; use fun props to capture the night at the photo station; and sample cocktails from Hamilton Beach’s new cocktail maker.”
Break out a flapper dress, fedora, Homberg or suspenders. If you don’t have something to wear, make you own headpiece or bow tie in The Forge during the event.
Guests wearing the best costumes will be invited to take part in a contest for the chance to win a prize.
The event is from 6-10 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 17.
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