This isn’t your everyday chemistry lesson.
Science and food collide and ETHOS Science Center’s “The Science of Mixology” Thursday night, Sept. 17 with appetizers, drinks and a delicious demonstration.
Demonstrations and hands-on science education are part of ETHOS’ mission to show children science in action and support STEM-based education.
5:30 to 9 p.m., Thursday, Sept. 17
ETHOS Science Center, 2521 Industrial Parkway, Elkhart
There will be a guacamole station, a bruschetta station and a Caprese salad station, and eight appetizers will be served, said ETHOS executive director Patsy Boehler.
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While you sample different appetizers, there will be hands-on science activities and demonstrations, including former Bayer scientists making Golden Cadillac and Grasshopper-flavored Dippin’ Dots from scratch, Boehler said.
McCarthy’s will have mixology creations for the night, Boehler said, including frozen raspberry mimosa, deconstructed peanut butter and jelly and non-alcoholic mixtures.
“We just want people to come and have lots of fun,” she said.
The event is open to those 21 and over. Tickets are $50 and are still available by calling the center at 574-266-7149 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
The event is hosted by Lippert Components, Kristin and Scott Mereness, The Bill Deputy Foundation, Lisa and Ron Fenech and Mary Pat and Bob Deputy.