On January, the Orlando Science Center invites you to Downtown Orlando’s most scientifically unique and socially inclined experience. Cocktails and Cosmos will be dazzling patrons with a variety of activities to entice their senses.

This “event within an event” kicks off with “Happy Hour” specials from Ember Bar and an assortment of delicious offerings from a variety of Orlando's best eateries. Sample cuisine from Catina Laredo for those who love Mexican food, O’Charley’s classic American cuisine, excellent award winning smokehouse selections from 4River Smokehouse and to satisfy any sweet tooth Sprinkles Custom Cakes of Winter Park.

Cocktails & Cosmos is sponsored by Magners Irish Cider and will be providing samples of their intoxicating beverage for event guests.

Deejays from Side Project will provide the evening’s soundtrack with a unique duo performance of drummer and deejay that includes awesome lighting effects and rockin’ music to keep the crowd pumped.

Guests are also invited to peruse art works by local artist Mason Flippin who specializes in street art and urban culture.

In addition, guests to Cocktails & Cosmos can experience all the offerings of Otronicon, including Ultimate Rock Band, EA Sports Arena, the Virtual Reality of Virtusphere, plus multiple game stations, and medical and military simulators.

Ann if that wasn't enough… guests will have the opportunity to view the crisp evening sky through the telescopes in the Crosby Observatory until 10 p.m.

Otronicon and Cocktails and Cosmos are are included with general admission, which is $17 per person and free for Orlando Science Center members.

HEY PARENTS!!! The Orlando Science Center has created an excellent childcare program that includes dinner and an array of fun activities for while you enjoy date night. Drop off starts at 6 p.m. and pick up is by 12 a.m. Childcare cost is $25 for the first child and $20 for siblings. For more information or a reservation for childcare, please call 407-514-2112.

Saturday, January 15
7 p.m. to 12 a.m.
Orlando Science Center
http://www.otronicon.org/ or 407-514-2000