“It’s social. It’s science. It’s 21 and up” is the slogan Orlando Science Center has been using to describe Science Night Live, and many agree. The event has been a hit for years.

The Orlando Science Center changes things up every month and goes adults-only with an evening devoted to hands-on demonstrations and presentations on a variety of topics. This variety pack comes with drinks: beer, wine and cocktails.

Orlando Science center is main purposes are to provide interactive, hands-on methods for learning about both science and technology. The mission being to promote the public’s understanding of science.

Science Night Live is simply an extension of OSC’s mission.

There are grown-up inspired programming. There is something for every personality type. Science trivia with prizes for the competitive. Special presentations and seminars for the pensive or studious. Experiments for the more adventuresome. 3D films for the observant types. There is even laser light for the tech enthusiasts. Stars and planets viewing for the inner stargazer. The giant telescope used for observing, just so happens to be Florida’s largest publicly accessible refractor telescope.

This event is a great chance to enrich the mind while feeling entertained. Spark your curiosity and let your more inquisitive childlike self out for at least the night. The drinks can help with that. Enjoy being a pseudo astronomer, meteorologist, archaeologist, paleontologist, engineer or biologist. The drinks can help with that, too.

In the fast pace of 2018, it is difficult to find opportunities to stop and rediscover that sense of exploration and adventure. Science Night Live at the Orlando Science Center is an opportunity with doors opened wide. There will be special superhero content during the upcoming June Science Night Live, which will be seen in the summer exhibit Hall of Heroes. There, guests will find superheroes, crime fighters, gadgets and spies through five disciplines: Powers of the Body, Powers of the Mind, Mastery, Gadgets and Elements. Guests will be able to learn and test their skills with interactive stations. Some may find that some disciplines are easier to grasp than others.

Orlando Science Center will still have some of its primary exhibits out and open to guests. The Dino Dig exhibition hall, Nature Works, and Our Planet; just to name a few. Along with these classic Orlando Science Center staples comes a new and exciting feature: the virtual reality Flight Lab!

Replenish between all the excitement with some light bites and adult beverages all available for purchase from Hard Rock Café.

Let’s face it: geeking out can be very rewarding. Science Night Live is a great opportunity for adults to enjoy themselves while enriching their minds. It’ll be fun to let go of inhibitions and be a kid for a night.

Science Night Live!

Saturday, June 2, 2018, 8–11:30PM

For tickets and info visit: www.osc.org/SNL