Events around The Bakken Museum

Celebrate Romance : Valentine's Day Dinner
Food&Drink

Celebrate Romance : Valentine's Day Dinner

Wednesday 6:00pm (14 February)
Simon Pearce, Quechee

Rednecks with Paychecks Spring Break 2018
Sport

Rednecks with Paychecks Spring Break 2018

Thursday 9:00am (15 March)
Rednecks with Paychecks Offroad, Saint Jo

Jon Wayne - Book Signing - Barnes & Noble Minneapolis
Art

Jon Wayne - Book Signing - Barnes & Noble Minneapolis

Saturday 1:30pm (27 January)
Barnes & Noble, Minneapolis

WSET Level 1
Food&Drink

WSET Level 1

Monday 6:00pm (12 February)
France 44 Wine & Spirits, Minneapolis

Paul Oakenfold at The Exchange | 2/4
Music

Paul Oakenfold at The Exchange | 2/4

Sunday 10:00pm (04 February)
CLM Presents, Minneapolis

Free Community BOOT CAMP at Snap Fitness Edina
Fitness

Free Community BOOT CAMP at Snap Fitness Edina

Saturday 9:30am (27 January)
Snap Fitness France Avenue, Edina

Morningside After Dark 'Second Chances'

Morningside After Dark "Second Chances"

Monday 7:30pm (29 January)
Edina Morningside Community Church, Edina

Michael Dawson presents Mashmaker: A Citizen Brewer's Guide

Michael Dawson presents Mashmaker: A Citizen Brewer's Guide

Friday 7:00pm (26 January)
Magers & Quinn Booksellers, Minneapolis


Frankenstein: 200 Years of LIFE

Frankenstein: 200 Years of LIFE


When?

Start time: Saturday 10:30am (13 January)
End time: Saturday 3:30pm (13 January)

Where?

The Bakken Museum
3537 Zenith Ave S, Minneapolis
Book

About

Celebrate the 200th anniversary of Mary Shelley's groundbreaking work of science fiction, "Frankenstein" on Saturday, January 13th from 10:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at The Bakken Museum.

Learn how science inspired the fiction and create your own monsters with activities, educational shows, eye-popping exhibits and a visit from the author and her monster!

Experts from The Bakken Museum will share history and creativity behind the story of Frankenstein, and the Great Hall will feature a collection of works inspired by the tale from artist Barry Moser.

You can even participate in an alternate reality game that immerses players in a modern-day Laboratory for Innovation and Fantastic Explorations (L.I.F.E.). This fictional storyimagines what might happen if a character named Dr. Tori Frankenstein picked up where her ancestor Victor Frankenstein left off.

This event is part of a one-in-a-lifetime celebration that includes science and technology centers across the country and features interactive learning experiences developed by a national team led by Arizona State University including educators from The Bakken Museum, distributed in collaboration with the NISE Network.

Activities are free with museum admission, and Bakken Museum members get in free.

Visit Frankenstein200.org to play the ARG (starting on January 1st) or to learn more about the project!