Science Night Out Gala: Kaleidoscope

When: September 14, 2019

Doors open at 6pm for cocktails and auction.

Program and live auction seating at 7:30pm

Where: One World at Woolery Mill
2250 W Sunstone Dr, Bloomington, IN 47403

Attire: Formal, Fancy, Festive, or Fun!

Guests must be 21+

THANK YOU to everyone who joined us for this wonderful night of fun and fundraising at the 16th Annual Science Night Out Gala. We hope that you all enjoyed the evening and are looking forward to another year of hands-on science experiences for children and families from Monroe County and beyond, that YOU helped make possible!

This year’s entrée choices from One World’s Chef Corbin Morwick, two-time winner of the Bloomington Chefs’ Challenge:

Schawarma Style Cauliflower
with Couscous and North African Spiced Braised Kale (vegan)

Seared Duck Breast with Maple Gastrique
and Creamy Polenta with vegetable ragout

Roasted Salmon with Tapenade and Grape Tomatoes
with Potato Gratin and Seared Green Beans and Tomatoes (gluten free)

The Evening’s Speakers:

IU First Lady Laurie Burns McRobbie
Founding Chair of Serve IT in IU School of Informatics and Computing and the Women’s Philanthropy Council at IU Foundation, Laurie Burns McRobbie is a leader and advocate for the creation and utilization of technology for social good.
Dr. Linda Smith, Distinguished Professor, Psychology & Brain Sciences, Indiana University
Dr. Smith is internationally recognized for her pioneering research and theoretical work on the development of human cognition, particularly among infants and toddlers.

Learn about the science behind images of fractals, tessellations, and some of the mathematical wonders created by IU Department of Mathematics Professor Matthias Weber.

This special evening is made possible by the generous support of our sponsors: