All about science at Houston museum

July 26, 2012 by  

The Houston Museum of Natural Science has been a leading educational and fun establishment since its inception in 1909. With a plethora of exhibits available to guests of all ages, the museum sees well over 2,000,000 guests a year. While the museum offers many exhibits and events for people of all ages, there is a more mature side as well with ‘LaB 5555’, which is next scheduled to take place August 17.

Cleverly named after the two elements Lanthanum and Boron, the Houston Museum of Natural Science now offers an occasion for the parents to leave the kids at home and have some fun in a scientific setting.

During this upscale and affordable event, one is likely to see plenty to do as a variety of drinks will be concocted for the brave and experimental guests, food trucks from several different restaurants are expected to be on hand for hungry attendees, and live music by Vockah Redu will play for the listening ears and dancing feet of guests attending the event.
As LaB 5555 is on the horizon, the marketing specialists at the museum are bound to be hard at work with printing companies for the purpose of flyer printing and poster printing services. Taking advantage of these services will allow word to get out on this spectacular event to more potential attendees around the Houston area.

Ticket prices to attend are $20 per person. More information can be found at the Houston Museum of Natural Science homepage, including details of other scheduled events.

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