The Museum of Life and Science in Durham is hosting an opportunity for adults to play after hours, and to tantalize their taste buds by taking part in an “invertivoria” culinary experience during the Summer Solstice After Hours 21+ event on Wednesday, June 20. Chefs at the Museum’s new Sprout Café will serve-up a four-course meal prepared with conchs, insect skewers, giant sago worms and more.
Not into “invertivoria”? Well there is so much more at this event. Dancing shoes are a must because there will be a contra caller and live music. You can also build with bamboo, take a psychedelic train ride, watch the sun set over the wetlands and visit with the Museum’s black bears and red wolves and so much more.
Food trucks will also be onsite.
The Summer Solstice event is part of the Museum’s adult 21+ series which also includes the very popular Science of Beer event on September 13. These events sell out quickly. Learn more and purchase tickets online.