The North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences in downtown Raleigh invites you to be a part of the coolest cocktail party in town, Saturday, November 14, from 8 to 11 pm. Chill out in the ultra cool Arctic Lounge, order a frosty cocktail at the Ice Bar, heat things up on the dance floor to the live music of Whammy Fish, or enjoy sumptuous appetizers and desserts. Party goers can also meet Jonathan Waterman, creator of our newest special exhibit, “Journey through the Arctic Refuge,” a photographic expedition through Alaska’s 19.2-million-acre Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.
Cocktail attire suggested; valet parking available; must be 21 to attend.
Fee: $50 Friends (Free for Brimley Society members); $60 General Public. Tickets are available online at https://tickets.naturalsciences.org/public/show.asp through Monday, November 9. Proceeds sustain the Friends of the Museum’s ongoing efforts to support the Museum’s educational programs, research and exhibits.
For questions about the event or about becoming a Brimley Society member, e-mail Elizabeth.Iaquinta[at]ncdenr.gov or call 919.733.7450 x352.
The North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences, 11 West Jones St., downtown Raleigh, documents and interprets the natural history of the state through exhibits, research, collections, publications and educational programming. Visit us at naturalsciences.org. Hours: Mon-Sat., 9am-5pm and Sun., Noon-5pm. General admission is free. The Museum is an agency of the NC Department of Environment and Natural Resources, Dee Freeman, Secretary.