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Night of 5s: Science Mill Benefit

Celebrate the Science Mill’s 5th anniversary and support future STEM programs at their annual benefit on Nov. 16, 5-9pm. Indulge in gourmet bites and beverages from an all-star roster that includes Treaty Oak Distillery, Tillie's at Camp Lucy, William Chris Vineyards, Real Ale Brewing Co. and more. Dance to DJ Peytonius and live jazz by Armin Marmolejo Quintet, and bid on original artworks by renown, regional artists including Cruz Ortiz, Denise Prince, Jason Archer and many others. Austin and San Antonio guests can take advantage of complimentary transportation via luxury coach. All proceeds from the event help the Science Mill grow its nonprofit mission and empower kids to follow a love of science learning.

Venue Details

  • Science Mill

    101 S. Ladybird Lane, Johnson City Road Trip

    (844) 263-6405

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