Live from Orlando, it’s Science Night Live!
Next Event: Saturday, September 6, 8:00 – 11:00 p.m.
It’s an “adult swim” of the science variety! An evening reserved only for adults, enjoy everything you love about Orlando Science Center with grown-up-inspired programming:
An evening reserved only for adults, enjoy everything you love about Orlando Science Center with grown-up-inspired programming:
- Special presentations: Check back for more information!
- View stars and planets through the giant refractor telescope in the Crosby Observatory
- Experience 3D films in the Digital Adventure Theater: A National Geographic Experience
- Conduct lab experiments in Dr. Dare's Laboratory
- Participate in Science Trivia
- Delight in food and adult beverages available for purchase
Experience Science Night Live at the special evening rate of $15.
Admission includes access to all four floors of exhibits, live programming and presentations.
Members can always enjoy Science Night Live for Free! Parking is free in the Science Center parking garage. Dress code is casual attire.
Join us and see how grown-ups do Orlando Science Center!
Must be 21 and older.
For more information, call 407.514.2000.
09 June 2014
Posted in Science Night Live
It was a rockin' good time at the summer installment of Science Night Live at Orlando Science Center! The adults-only event was highlighted by live band TWITCHY (composed of Florida Institute of Technology faculty) and the return of laser light shows!
TWITCHY showcased their musical brilliance during two sets in the Digital Adventure Theater: A National Geographic Experience. Led by FIT President Anthony Catanese and featuring former NASA astronaut Winston Scott, the band performed hits such as "Happy" and a science-inspired rendition of "Don't Worry, Be Happy."
Guests were treated to a Science Center staple with the return of laser light shows in the Dr. Phillips CineDome. On this night, Beatlemania took hold with three shows featuring The Beatles.
FamiLAB offered their services in Dr. Dare's Lab to show people how to solder. Guests went home with a LED robot pin of their own handiwork.
Of course, adults could act like kids again with four floors of exhibits, science demonstrations, hands-on activities and trivia.
Join us for the next Science Night Live on Saturday, Sept. 6, 2014!
Photo Credit: Roberto Gonzalez