Science of Cocktails!


Science World has publicly release tickets for their largest annual fundraising event, Science of Cocktails. On February 6, 2020, event goers will be consuming knowledge along with their beverages as they dive into all the realms of the science behind an abundance of cocktails.

With more than 30 cocktail stations, each offering uniquely tested and tasted beverages, guests will experience the minutiae of cocktails, designed and served by award-winning bartenders. The drinks served will be accompanied with savoury bites created by local notable restaurants and chefs, and complemented by engaging demonstrations, alluring science activities, and specialized Science World programming.

All proceeds from the Science of Cocktails event support the Class Field Trip Bursary Program, allowing over 9,000 kids from underserved schools in British Columbia to visit Science World at TELUS World of Science. The Field Trip Bursary program makes it possible for students to visit Science World in the next school year who otherwise might not have been able to visit. Since its inception in 2016, over 23,000 students have participated in the program.

Entering its fifth year, Science of Cocktails has raised a total of $943,000 for this program and aims to add another $280,000 to that number with this year’s event, which would see the program surpass over $1million raised.

Event details:

  • When: February 6, 2020
  • Time: 8:00PM – 12:00AM
  • Where: TELUS World of Science | 1455 Quebec St, Vancouver, BC
  • Price: General Tickets $165 with a charitable tax receipt for $50, VIP Tickets $289 with a charitable tax receipt for $150, group rates available for more than 10 tickets
  • Tickets:

Event attendees can anticipate cocktails & bites provided by participating bars and restaurants, such as: Parallel 49 Brewing, Phillips, Empress 1908, Merridale, Bacardi, Nutrl Vodka, The Botanist. Bao Down, Hapa Izakaya, Notch8, Showcase Restaurant & Bar, and Uva.


EAT! Vancouver Food + Cooking Festival

90RGmaF-Vancouver’s premier Food and Cooking Festival is coming to the city from November 4-9, 2019 and there is an event for every foodie! In its 18th year, the festival is one of Canada’s most anticipated culinary festivals in Vancouver. This year, there are EAT! Dinner Series, EAT! Harvest, EAT! Pastry Day and EAT! Expert Classes. While most of the events are already sold out, I’ve listed a few that you can still get tickets for!!

  1. EAT! Pastry Day | November 9 at the Vancouver Club. This dessert filled event will feature 15 pastry chefs and chocolatier. A MUST for those with a sweet tooth.
  2. Swine Out Vancouver | November 5 at Heritage Hall. Join 6 Mount Pleasant breweries with 8 charcuterie tastings.
  3. Edmonton’s Christine Sandford of Biera | November 6 at The Acorn. Be ready to eat a delicious vegan meal.
  4. Portland’s Cathy Whims of Nostrana | November 7 at Cippinos.
  5. Toronto’s Carl Heinrich of Richmond Station | November 7 at Wildebeest.
  6. Toronto’s Craig Harding from La Palma | November 7 at Campagnolo.

For more information and to purchase tickets, please click here.