Beer & Bones Science of Ancient China

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Beer & Bones is back for a second round. And this time with MORE - more bars, bar tenders, food and fun. Join us June 16, 2011.

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Beer & Bones Science of Ancient China

  1. 1. DATE: June 16, 2011TIME: 7-10pmPLACE: Museum of Nature & Science,Science Building | 1318 S. 2nd Avenue in Fair ParkAges 18+ only!Our rst Beer & Bones party was such an overwhelmingsuccess, we’re serving up another round! And this time withMORE… more bars, bartenders and food!Beer & Bones is an after-hours, adults-only party.This “next round” will celebrate ancient China as wellas Asian dino discoveries as seen in Chinasaurs, our new summer traveling exhibit.In addition to after-hours access to Chinasaurs and our general collection featured in theScience Building, Beer & Bones guests will get an interactive look at the science behind reworksand the process of making silk.Plus, look for representatives from the Crow Collection of Asian Art to show o one of their mostpopular pieces and demonstrate the beauty of Chinese calligraphy.MNS Membership Has BenefitsWant to get the discounted rate to Beer & Bones and other great Museum perks year-round?Visit natureandscience.org to nd out more and become a member today! Tickets Members: $8* in advance; $10 at the door Non-members: $12* in advance; $15 at the door Purchase advanced tickets online today. *Total cost, including the $2 surcharge applied to all online ticket sales. Click on June 16 and then Beer & Bones to 1318 South Second Avenue in Fair Park purchase online. natureandscience.orgPrint out and bring your online ticket to the event. MNS is an AAM accredited institution that is the result of the merger of the Dallas Museum of Natural History, The Science Place, and the Dallas Children’s Museum. Supported in part by the City of Dallas Office of Cultural Affairs, the Texas Commission on the Arts and HP.

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