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Science World Hosts Science Of Cocktails

Science World is inviting Vancouverites to mix, mingle and be merry, for a great cause. This fundraising event, for Science World’s Class Field Trip Program, boasts uniquely crafted libations from local, award-winning bartenders, along with mouth-watering food pairings, thoughtfully prepared by Railtown Catering. The Science of Cocktails will shake up your world of libations on Thursday, February 4, 2016, from 8pm to 12am.

VANCOUVER —Think molecular mixology, snappy suits and dazzling dresses. For one night only, the Science of Cocktails will transform Science World at TELUS World of Science into Vancouver’s largest cocktail laboratory of the year.

Science World is inviting Vancouverites to mix, mingle and be merry, for a great cause. This fundraising event, for Science World’s Class Field Trip Program, boasts uniquely crafted libations from local, award-winning bartenders, along with mouth-watering food pairings, thoughtfully prepared by Railtown Catering. The Science of Cocktails will shake up your world of libations on Thursday, February 4, 2016, from 8pm to 12am.

Jesse Brydle demonstrating how to use the Vaccuum Chamber 2.

Imagine phenomenal physicists, creative chemists and master mixologists, complementing 25 open bars! The Science of Cocktails will include fun, hands-on activities and programming that explore the physics, chemistry and biology of cocktails. Discover the science of shaking, the pertinence of pairing and the thrill of the chill—guests will get to experience their favourite drinks like never before.

Trevor Kallies and Bryan Tisdale CEO and President of Science World.

“This event is about paying it forward and providing 6,000 kids from underserved local schools the opportunity to experience the magic of Science World for free. Guests of Science of Cocktails are helping us inspire future leaders, innovators and entrepreneurs,” said Bryan Tisdall, President and CEO of Science World.

Purchase Tickets ($145 general; $250 VIP) for the event online at scienceworld.ca/cocktails.

For more information on the Science of Cocktails, contact Clare Charnley at 604.443.7484 or by email at ccharnley@scienceworld.ca.

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