Adult Programming at Science North

NIGHTLIFE On the Rocks

Rediscover your science centre, all grown up. Hot topics, live experts & savvy science. It’s not your average place to play...

NIGHTLIFE on the Rocks is a series of nights just for adults. Enjoy an entertaining evening filled with creatures, cocktails and concoctions as you and your friends are dazzled by our hot topics, live experts, and savvy science. It’s a night out that you can’t find anywhere else. What are you waiting for?

Drinks & hors d'oeuvres available to purchase using NIGHTLIFE Bucks.

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Date: February 22, 2019
Time: 7pm-10pm
Location: Science North

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Thinkin’ & Drinkin’

Nightlife returns in 2019 with a reimagined fourth floor! Challenge your friends on the new racetrack, nerd out with Nickel City Trivia and create custom coasters with wood burning. Did we mention there’s live music and drinks? It’s a night out that you can’t find anywhere else!

Early Bird - $18
General - $20
Members - Free*

*Nightlife on the Rocks events are still free with membership, however, there is no longer free admission for birthday months.

Science Cafe

Explore interesting science topics in an intimate social environment. Exciting themes, experiments, activities, and guest speakers, make each Science Social an experience you can't find anywhere else. Discover a different night out!

Science Cafe

Science Cafes are a regular conversation series, aiming to break down the barriers between academia and the general public. Science Cafes democratize science, taking it out of the domain of the expert and allowing everyone to voice an opinion. It pulls science away from its usual habitats of the classroom and the laboratory, and into cafes, bars, restaurants, even theatres, demystifying new developments and opening them up for public debate. Join the Science North staff and various members of the local community in this regular event, to listen, learn and share.

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What's the Perfect Diet?

February 26, 2019

The beginning of a new year brings with it a flood of new diet and exercise programs promising a new you in the new year. We all want to look better and be healthier, but with this information overload where does one start? Your everyday diet can have major effects on your health and resistance to rampant diseases such as obesity, cardiovascular disease, and diabetes. Advice on what constitutes a healthy diet is more prevalent and more inconsistent than ever. High fat? Low fat? High carb? Low carb? How can your diet act as a preventor of disease? What other factors can affect your health? Is there one perfect diet for all?


Tammy Cheguis,
Registered Dietician Sudbury District Health Unit

Dr. Jeffrey Gagnon,
Assistant Professor, Department of Biology Laurentian University

Zak Sivret,
Lead Trainer LVX Fitness Studio, Canfit Pro Cert.


February 26, 2019


Taphouse Northern Grill + Pub
1500 Regent St, Sudbury, ON

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