Dates: Feb 7, 2019 to Feb 7, 2019
Location: Telus World of Science, 1455 Quebec Street, Vancouver

Tickets go on sale October 30 for Science World’s biggest annual fundraising event, Science of Cocktails, presented by New Avenue Capital. On February 7, 2019, eventgoers will experience the physics, chemistry and biology behind cocktails at more than 25 beverage stations offering uniquely crafted libations from award-winning bartenders. Guests will also enjoy mouth-watering food pairings prepared by locally renowned restaurants and caterers, science activities, hands-on demos and Science World programming.


All proceeds from Science of Cocktails support the Class Field Trip Bursary Program, allowing over 8,000 kids from underserved schools to visit the geodesic dome in the next school year by covering their entry and school bus fee.


Entering its fourth year, Science of Cocktails has raised a total of $666,000 for this program and aims to add another $275,000 to that number with this year’s event.


EVENT DETAILS 
When: February 7, 2019
Where: Telus World of Science | 1455 Quebec St., Vancouver, B.C.
Price: General tickets $159 with a charitable tax receipt for $50; VIP Tickets $289 with a charitable tax receipt for $150; group rates available for 10 or more tickets
Hashtag: #ScienceOfCocktails


About Science World
Science World is a B.C.-based charitable organization that engages the people of British Columbia in STEM literacy. Its mission is to ignite wonder and empower dreams through science and nature. Its vision is that within a generation, Canada will be a country of thriving, sustainable communities rooted in science, innovation and a deep connection to nature.


About Class Field Trip Bursary Program
Class Field Trip Bursary Program allows children from underserved schools to attend Science World through a bursary program. Bursaries subsidize 50-100 percent of general admission and school bus fees for one to two classes per request. Since the program began in 2017, over 10,000 students have attended Science World under a Class Field Trip Bursary.