• Bones & Brews at the Museum Night Owl

    The remains of animals, plants and other organisms can be found in the fossil record, as can their impressions and molds of the physical forms, but what sets a fossil apart from a bone? Learn that and more during Night Owl: Bones and Brews on September 23, from 7-9:30 p.m.
    And have a brew while you’re at it.
    The Pacific Grove Museum of Natural History is again partnering with Bottoms Up Homebrew Supply for this exciting evening event. Bottoms Up Homebrew Supply will coordinate with local home brewers to offer a wealth of alcoholic concoctions for this event. The band P.G. 13, which can often be heard during First Saturday’s Art Walk in Pacific Grove, will provide music for the event.
    “We’re excited about another wonderful Night Owl event here at the Museum and hope you will join us as we delve into our basement collection to share some truly amazing fossils and bones. Paired with a nice beverage courtesy of Bottoms Up, it will be a memorable night at the Museum,” said Museum Executive Director Jeanette Kihs.
    Pre-purchase tickets for Night Owl are $12 for general admission and $10 for Museum members. Tickets can be purchased at the door for $15. For more information, and to order tickets online, visit the Museum’s website at pgmuseum.org/night-owl. Please have identification ready at the door for drinks.

    posted to Cedar Street Times on September 14, 2017

    Topics: Front PG News


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