Cocktails & Cosmos

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CORRECTION: C&C happens quarterly, not monthly.

If you’ve never thought of the Science Center as a great date night spot… think again! On Saturday, September 19th, the OSC will be presenting Cocktails and Cosmos, an evening event for adults that’s a mix of happy hour beverages, fascinating experiences and engaging entertainment.

There's usually a Cocktails and Cosmos event scheduled each month at the Science Center, but the event coming up on the 19th is sure to be extra special. This ‘Polynesian’ themed evening will feature Lanakila –a Polynesian dance troupe – who’ll perform their native dances throughout the evening. The OSC will also be premiering the film Sharks on their eight-story tall Dr. Philips Cinedome. Screening at 7 and 9 p.m., Sharks offers an astonishing, up-close encounter with nature’s ultimate, yet endangered predator while delivering a compelling conservation message.

Revelers at this oceanic experience can also visit A-Mazing Sea, a new exhibit that premieres earlier that day. A walk-through exploration of sea turtles, sharks, octopi, and whales, A-Mazing Sea is a series of mazes representing the undersea kingdom.

BUT WAIT… THERE’S MORE!! For parents looking for that “rare couple’s night out,” the Science Center will be providing an excellent childcare program that includes dinner and an array of fun activities. Drop off starts at 5 p.m. and pick up is by 10 p.m. Cost is $25 for the first child and $20 for siblings.

Oh, and guests are invited to dress in “Island” attire to fully participate in the evening’s festive vibe.

Cocktails & Cosmos
Saturday, September 19
6 to 10 p.m.
Orlando Science Center
$12/peron
407-514-2000
www.osc.org


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