A happy hour forum for science and culture, Cafés offer a unique experience for adults to explore our world from distinct and surprising viewpoints—drawing connections between scientific research, culture, environment and everyday life. Enjoy lively talks on a variety of topics led by guest speakers from the University of Minnesota and beyond along with the atmosphere of the Bryant Lake Bowl theater in Minneapolis.
What Should a Clever Moose Eat?
7 pm (doors at 6 pm)
Tickets $5-$12, available online or at the door
Guest speaker: Dr. John Pastor, Ecosystem Ecologist, UMN-Duluth Department of Biology
Fall 2016 Cafés
September 20: The Dazzling Dr. Spilhaus
Sharon Moen, Communications Coordinator, Minnesota Sea Grant & author of "With Tomorrow in Mind: How Athelstan Spilhaus Turned America Toward the Future"
October 18: The Fungi Around Us
Kat Sweeney, Researcher, UMN Department of Plant Pathology
November 15: What Should a Clever Moose Eat?
Dr. John Pastor, Ecosystem Ecologist, UMN-Duluth Department of Biology
December 20: Moving Minnesota: Re-inventing the Bell Museum Dioramas
Don Luce, Curator of Exhibits, Bell Museum of Natural History