ALL TIMES: 5:30 – 7:30
INCLUDES: 2 Superior Bathhouse Drink Tickets & Hors d’oeuvres per evening
APRIL 14 | Ferment-to-Be
TOPIC: Some pairs simply make sense: peanut butter and jelly, bacon and eggs, cookies and milk – you get the idea. On rare occasions, however, two elements come together to create something new and delicious.
Join Superior Bathhouse owner and lead brewer, Rose Schweikhart, as she walks us through the process of transforming the National Park’s geothermal waters into some of her famous, frosty elixirs.
AUGUST 11 | I Spy the Night Sky
TOPIC: Stars, they’re just like us! If we were “huge celestial bodies that produce light and heat from the churning nuclear forges inside their cores,” that is. For centuries, humans have looked to the skies for everything from poetic inspiration to navigation. Today, light pollution from urban areas makes appreciating the night sky a bit trickier.
With NASA anticipating the 2022 Perseids meteor shower to be active from July 14 to August 24, what better time to space out and learn a bit more about stars, meteors, and other out-of-this-world elements.
OCTOBER 13 | Don’t Drink That!
TOPIC: If you’ve ever bitten into a chocolate chip cookie only to discover raisins, you don’t need to be told that looks can be deceiving. When it comes to water found in nature, survivalists and scientists are quick to remind us that water may appear clear but contain dangerous bacteria and contaminants.
What is the importance of water quality in the National Park? How do we know if water is safe to use or consume? Are there steps we can take to improve water quality? It’s time to find out!
DECEMBER 8 | You’re in Hot Water, Pal.
TOPIC: For centuries, travelers have come to the National Park to soak in our famous hot springs. These geothermal waters were once believed to have medicinal qualities. Today, the waters help relax aching our muscles, soften our skin, and quench our thirst (once they’ve cooled off).
What makes our geothermal waters so toasty and delightful? How do the springs travel to the surface? What do experts mean when they talk about “recharge zones?” Let’s take a closer look at the waters everyone wonders about!
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