Cafe Scientifique | Why should Pinoys bother with Science?

Truthfully, I am really bad at math. Ask me to compute something I need a calculator. My favorite subject in school was English, but of course! And my second favorite was Science. In the UK, our Science class was held in a laboratory, where we were required to wear the white lab coats and goggles if needed, we had access to petri dishes, bunsen burners and chemicals. I was a sucker for experiments and yes we did get to work on frogs (blegh!). 

I remember seeing and visiting the booth of The Mind Museum in Blogapalooza and said that I would love to take my kids there. Then just last week I received an invite to join Cafe Scientifique's: Why should Pinoys bother with Science?

I told my husband excitedly hoping for his approval that he would allow us to go since it will also be our Dumpling's birthday and good thing that he is also a science fanatic, so I confirmed!

If you wish to partake and join #CafeScientifique for an open discussion with guest scientists from Phivolcs, Pagasa, and the Manila Observatory.

Then Please RSVP via email:
Kindly keep in mind that seats are LIMITED. 

This will be on Saturday, November 30, 2013, 4pm,at the Canopy Plaza. 

Again, This event is FREE and open to the public and I am sure that it will stimulate your mind. In the tradition of hitting 2 birds with one stone there will also be the Science Sa Plaza event which is celebrating Andres Bonifacio's 150th year. 

Come celebrate Andres Bonifacio's 150th year by engaging in passionate science with The Mind Museum's Science sa Plaza at Bonifacio Global City!

Saturday, November 30, 2013, 1 pm - 5 pm at the Canopy Plaza of Fort Bonifacio, Global City, Taguig.

Since you'll be there might as well catch the last day of the Da Vinci Museum (which I am very excited about) and drop by the ongoing display of science at The Mind Museum. 

Details and ticket prices can be found at their website (links below). 

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