A monthly adult gathering celebrating brains and brew, presented at a local watering hole by the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History. Free event to those 21+.
Learn about current science topics, local and national history, and other brainy subjects, all while enjoying a cool libation at favorite local bar or restaurant. Each first Tuesday of the month we’ll feature guests from a variety of fields with diverse and relevant experience. But don’t expect a one-sided presentation from a lofty, oak-clad podium. Instead you’ll hear from a resident expert in an informal atmosphere where you can interact, ask questions, and share ideas. From first-hand stories of research and discovery, to current topics that challenge our ideas and opinions about the world around us, the Museum’s PUBlic Knowledge happy hours will serve up a frothy combination of brains and brews that’s sure to feed your thirst for knowledge.
Tuesday, June 5 | 7 PM | Acre Distilling
Join us at Acre Distilling for a night all about relationships! Discover the science behind attraction with TCU graduate student Summer Mengelkoch, explore our love of little animals with TCU professor David Aftandilian and hear about mother-infant health with UNT Health Science Center researcher Amy Raines-Milenkov. It will be an hour of great drinks, fascinating science and lots of fun!
Free event to anyone 21+. Seating is limited.
Thank you for quenching your thirst for knowledge!