Luck and Probability are on the bill for Science After Dark this month

4 cloversBecause of Spring Break travels on the last Wednesday of the month, this month the Museum of Discovery has moved their “Science After Dark” adults only event to the third Wednesday. This month, they explore “The Science of Luck and Probability.” (With brackets being filled out all over for basketball tournaments, as well as Oaklawn still in full swing, a discussion of luck and probability is HIGHLY timely.)

Push your luck at our monthly adult program, Science After Dark! What is the probability of winning the lottery? You’ll learn the equation along with other odds that are and aren’t in your favor. If you are a fan of math, gambling or are just plain unlucky, you are sure to have a great time at Science After Dark. It is a great chance to explore the museum’s exhibits and enjoy downtown Little Rock.

There will be a cash bar and pizza for sale by the slice from Damgoode Pies.

Wednesday, March 19 from 6-8 p.m.
@ Museum of Discovery

Ages 21 and older

Cash Bar Available

Admission: $5 per person; members FREE

Science of Good and Bad Habits is focus of January Science after Dark

scienceafterdarkThe Museum of Discovery’s monthly adults-only Science After Dark explores “The Science of Good and Bad Habits ” this month.

The new year often brings a resolve to try new things or break harmful practices. This month the event explores the science behind habits.  There will be junk food experiments, demonstrations about nicotine, recycling and much more!

Damgoode Pies will sell pizza by the slice and Juanita’s will provide a cash bar

Wednesday, January 29 from 6-8 p.m.
@ Museum of Discovery

Ages 21 and older

Cash Bar Available

Admission: $5 per person; members FREE

Watch this month’s Science After Dark video 

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.

November Science After Dark: Science of PI(E)

Usually the Museum of Discovery’s SCIENCE AFTER DARK takes place on the final Wednesday of the month. Because that is Thanksgiving Eve, they have moved it to the final Tuesday in November.
In honor of Thanksgiving, the Museum of Discovery’s monthly adult event, Science After Dark, will focus on the science of pi as well as pie.

  • Enjoy pi-centric math activities as well as a pi-based art project
  • Learn the secret to the perfect pie crust with Rock Town Distillery
  • Get a pie thrown in your face
  • Participate in a pie eating contest
  • Learn about the latest dough recipe from Damgoode Pies
  • Enjoy complimentary pie from local bakeries

Damgoode Pies will sell pizza by the slice and Juanita’s will provide a cash bar
Tuesday, November 26 from 6-8 p.m.
@ Museum of Discovery
Ages 21 and older

Cash Bar Available

Admission: $5 per person; members FREE