The Museum of Discovery’s monthly adults-only Science After Dark explores “The Science of Fear” this month. With this being the Halloween season, tonight, Wednesday, October 30 from 6-8 p.m. the program is looking at fear.
Face your fears as your learn the science behind fear. (And for some people when they were in school, a fear WAS science.) There will be creepy live animals, a phobia tent, spooky films, insect eating (optional) and UAMS students will discuss two conditions that affect the way the brain and body process fear.
They’ll also be a costume contest so wear your Halloween best!
Tickets are $5 or free for members. There will be a cash bar.
Science after Dark occurs the last Wednesday of each month from 6pm to 8pm. Museum educators pick a science-related topic, and develop an event around it. The event is for ages 21 and older.
It is a great chance to explore the museum’s exhibits and enjoy downtown Little Rock.