Science on Tap, the monthly science cafe in Manchester run by the SEE Science Museum, is moving. Its Sept. 8 session, titled “Humans and Space: Is Mars in the Future?” will be at the Foundry Restaurant, 50 Commercial St.
- Chris Carberry: the Executive Director and co-founder of Explore Mars, Inc.
- Joe Cassady: Aeojet Rocketdyne, Executive Director, Space – DC office
- David McDonald, M.Ed. STEM Educator, Belmont High School, NH former Education Director, McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center
The museum notes that the Founday is “behind the parking deck on Commercial Street at the corner of Granite Street (prior location of Jillian’s and World Grill). For GPS directions use 50 Cote Drive.”
The series starts at 5:30pm every second Tuesday from September to June. The events are free to the general public. Drop-ins are welcome but attendees are encouraged to register in advance using the Eventbrite web page. http://www.see-sciencecenter.org/visitors/Science-on-Tap.aspx
It’s unrelated to Science Cafe NH, which I moderate, or Portsmouth Science Cafe or Science Pub at Salt Hill in Hanover. We are brimming over with science cafes in New Hampshire.