Mix, mingle and have fun like a kid—without the kids
Join us after hours for exclusive adult-only programming. If you've ever wanted to explore our science centre with your friends and without the youngsters around, here's your chance. Our Science World After Dark adult evenings take place every 2 months, but we also host other adult events from time to time.
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Science World After Dark
It's our first adult night of 2016. Get an exclusive chance to explore ANIMAL INSIDE OUT in a 19+ atmosphere. KiSS Radio will be on-site spinning tracks for a 3 hour dance party and we'll be hosting an exclusive stage show on the topic of crazy animal mating rituals. Mix, mingle and have fun like a kid—without the kids.
Friday, February 19
Early Bird: $24* | Early Bird Combo (w/ OMNIMAX): $30*
Regular: $29 | Regular Combo (w/ OMNIMAX): $35
Add-on BODY WORLDS: ANIMAL INSIDE OUT: +$11
7pm OMNIMAX Film: America Wild: National Parks Adventure
- *Early Bird rates available until Tuesday, February 9
- Tickets to ANIMAL INSIDE OUT are limited in order to provide a quality gallery experience. Once sold out, extra tickets will not be available.
- The Feature Exhibition Gallery has a maxium capacity. If reached, you may be asked to wait a few minutes for visitors to leave the gallery before being able to enter.
- Beer or wine will be available for purchase at the event ($6 per drink ticket).
Café Scientifique: Co-Existing with BC's Wildlife
Home to more than half of Canada’s wildlife and fish species, BC is the most biologically diverse province in Canada. Join us for discussion and dessert as we hear from professionals working in wildlife management and wilderness conservation to better understand how we can support the well-being of our province’s wildlife.
Monday, February 29
7pm–9pm (doors open at 6:30pm)
Terrestrial Campaigns Director
Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society - BC Chapter
Urban Wildlife Programs Coordinator
Stanley Park Ecology Society
Dr Lance Barrett-Lennard
Head, Cetacean Research Program, Vancouver Aquarium Marine Science Centre
Adjunct Professor, Department of Zoology, University of British Columbia
The event will be moderated by Bruce Claggett, Senior Managing Editor for NEWS 1130.
Please note: this is a private, adult-oriented event and TELUS World of Science will be closed during this discussion.