“The Sweet Science of Chocolate” at Tellus Museum

"If chocolate is wrong, I don't want to be right."

“If chocolate is wrong, I don’t want to be right.”

If you’ve ever said to yourself, “If chocolate is wrong, I don’t want to be right,” you’re going to love the “Sweet Science of Chocolate” lecture at Tellus Science Museum on Wednesday, February 26th at 12:15 PM.

The Sweet Science of Chocolate presentation by Tellus Director of Education Cantey Smith is part of Tellus’s Lunch and  Learn series.

Call your office and tell them you can’t make it to work because of a “continuing education” commitment.  Then, round up your friends and head on over to Tellus for this tasty message on the history, chemistry and possible health benefits of the world’s most perfect food: chocolate!

Lunch and Learn takes place on the fourth Wednesday of every month at 12:15 PM in the Private Dining Room at Tellus.  These fascinating demonstrations are free for members and included in regular admission for non-members.

No outside food is allowed but you can purchase food from the Tellus Café and enjoy Lunch and Learn the right way.

Presentations are recommended for ages 8 and up (unless otherwise indicated) and begin promptly at 12:15 PM.

Evening Lecture

Stan Bearden will visit Tellus on Friday, February 28 to discuss Mining in Bartow County.  He will explain the county’s geology and how it relates to local mine activity and reclamation.

The lecture starts at 7 PM and is free for members!

If the weather permits, Tellus’ observatory will be open to members from 5-10 PM.

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