Follow the Science
FOLLOW THE SCIENCE to the Petroleum Museum as we celebrate our 47th Birthday on Thursday, September 22, 2022. Leave your tiny lab assistants at home, throw on a lab coat, and make sure that pocket protector is in place because we will be following the science by performing explosive scientific experiments. Paint with a robot, light bubbles on fire, experience an elephant toothpaste reaction, design your own fire coaster, and much, much more!
The evening will include Gastronomical delights catered by Midland Meat Market, spirited Libations concocted by Mix it Up, hands-on Science Experiments and Exhibitions, and a Silent Auction featuring out-of-the-ordinary scientific items.
Your support helps us offer quality learning opportunities to visitors of all ages, showcase exceptional exhibits, and serve as an advocate for the energy industry.
You won’t want to miss this evening of hands-on exploration and experimentation. So, let your inner geek out, put on your classiest cocktail attire with a scientific twist, and see where the science leads you!
All sponsors are acknowledged in invitation & on event signage
◊ $5,000 Robert Boyle (1627-1691) 10 tickets to the event, premier seating – Robert Boyle – Founder of modern chemistry and pioneer of the modern scientific method
◊ $4.000 Isaac Newton (1642-1727) 8 tickets to the event, premier seating – Isaac Newton – Established classical mechanics, laws of motion, and universal gravitation
◊ $3,000 Antoine Lavoisier (1743-1794) 6 tickets to the event, reserved seating – Antoine Lavoisier – Chemist, discovered the role oxygen plays in combustion
◊ $2,000 Michael Faraday (1791-1867) 4 tickets to the event, reserved seating – Michael Faraday – Discovered benzene, principles underlying the electromagnetic induction, diamagnetism, and electrolysis *Einstein had a picture of Faraday on his study wall!
◊ $1,000 Charles Goodyear (1800-1860) 2 tickets to the event, reserved seating – Charles Goodyear – Developed vulcanized rubber and invented the chemical process to manufacture pliable, moldable, waterproof rubber which revolutionized the auto industry
◊ $150 Hedy Lamarr (1914-2000) 1 ticket to the event, open seating – Hedy Lamarr – Actress and scientist who co-invented an early technique for spread spectrum communications – the key to many wireless communications of present day
All underwriters are acknowledged in invitation & on event signage. Does NOT include admittance to the event.
◊ $500 Cocktail Mixology
◊ $500 Explosive Exhibitions
◊ $250 Molecular Decor
◊ $250 Science Labs
**Attendee information is not required at this time. We will contact you at a later date for that information.**
For more information or questions, email Luanne Thornton or call her at 432-683-4403.