This coming week on February 9th, the Science of Cocktails signature fundraiser will transform Science World at TELUS World of Science into Vancouver’s largest laboratory.
The city’s most talented bartenders and chefs will showcase the chemistry, biology and physics behind preparing modern cocktails and mouth-watering molecular gastronomy.
Attendees get to sip and taste their way through an evening that includes complimentary cocktails from over twenty bar stations and twelve food stations.
The best part of this event is that it is a fundraiser - proceeds support Science World’s class field trips for underserved schools in Vancouver and the Lower Mainland.
Now that is a evening mixer with a twist that is hard to turn down.
While this year’s Science of Cocktails is sold out, pre-sale tickets for the Science of Cocktails 2018 are now selling at a special discounted rate.
And if you are more interested in imbibing knowledge than alcohol, you can still attend as the evening features a variety of hands-on science demonstrations and classic Science World fun.
To learn more about the Artistry of Mixology and the science behind it please go to www.scienceworld.ca/cocktails.
About Bursary – Who can apply?
BC ministry-funded classes in grades K-12. Classes must clearly demonstrate need for financial assistance. Classes must describe how learning will be extended beyond the field trip, and how it is connected to school or district goals and/or community resources.
This bursary subsidize 50-100% of general admission, a reserved program and school bus fees for 1-2 classes per request.
The balance of the fees must be provided by the school. The school bus portion of the bursary will be confirmed following a conversation about transportation requirements.
Science World class field trip bursaries do not fund overnight trips or the cost of parking.
The field trip bursary will not be applied to additional program, OMNIMAX film, and exhibition charges.