Dust off your gown and kick off the Philadelphia Science Festival with a prom! Part of The Franklin Institute’s popular Science After Hours event series, join us for the ultimate scientific soiree, where the punch will be spiked and the science will shine brightly like a sequined gown.
Tickets are $20 for Non-Members and $15 for Members. Details here: bit.ly/2kUfUzq.
In the Fels Planetarium, join DJ Robert Drake (WXPN) under the stars for a night of throwback dance hits from the 70s, 80s and 90s as well as some ‘out of this world’ tracks.
“Prom” is one of eleven amazing 21+ Science After Hours events at The Franklin Institute in 2017.
Other highlights on the calendar include our groovy Sixties party on July 11 and the return of Wizard School on September 26. bit.ly/1O2p5mm
Check out the full schedule and pick up your tickets now online. bit.ly/1O2p5mm
Prom/formal attire is encouraged (but not required).
About Science After Hours
Hosted by The Franklin Institute, Science After Hours events are part of a series designed for adults ages 21 and up. Working with organizations across the city each evening features experiments, live demonstrations, and games around different themes providing a unique experience every month. Each evening includes access to many of the museum’s hands-on exhibitions as well as the opportunity to view the skyline and gaze at the stars from our rooftop observatory (weather permitting). We invite you grab your favorite costume and join us as we explore science after the sun sets. Learn more about the Science After Hours series: bit.ly/1O2p5mm
Due to the popularity of this event, we strongly recommend that you purchase tickets in advance as capacity is limited. Science After Hours events are 21+ and IDs are checked at the door.
This event is part of the 2017 Philadelphia Science Festival, a nine-day long celebration of science happening at locations throughout the Philadelphia region from April 21, 2017 through April 29, 2017. bit.ly/1Xvtbqw
The Philadelphia Science Festival culminates on April 29, 2017 with the Science Carnival at Penn’s Landing. Learn more: bit.ly/21gn3ZE