Nerd Nite Denver

🍻 Nerd Nite Denver Turns 5! Star Wars, Geography, and Plastic! 💡

WED
MAY
15
7:00 PM
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NERD NITE DENVER TURNS 5!
Wear your nerdiest shirt and compete in our "dry" T-shirt contest! Plus we have a great lineup for you as well. So grab your friends to think and drink!

If you are a fan of TED talks, the Discovery Channel, Wikipedia binges, and drinking, Nerd Nite Denver is the show for you!
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When: Wed, May 15 – doors at 6:30pm, show at 7:00pm
Where: The Bug Theatre
Tickets: ONLINE ONLY 5 tickets for $25; individual $8 online; $10 at the door

**Online ticket sales end (or sell out) at 6:00pm on the day of the show but plenty are still available at the door. **

LINEUP
How the Vietnam War Impacted Star Wars
The Vietnam War ended in 1975 and would go on to change the culture of the United States and the rest of the world drastically. Star Wars debuted in 1977 as George Lucas's masterpiece. Like the rest of Hollywood at the time, George Lucas had changed his views and ideals as well, implementing them into the core ideas of what would become the Skywalker Saga. Learn all about these details with Josh Taylor of Modern Mouse podcast and network1901.com!

Why Geography Matters in the 21st Century
From using maps on your smartphone for day to day navigation, to how your breakfast food was delivered to your grocery store, how your bus was routed, to how your city is planned for a sustainable future and beyond, geography is more relevant than ever before. Join geographer Joseph Kerski on a journey into why geography and Geotechnologies affect our everyday lives and what you can do to ensure that it is taught and used in schools and society. 

Plastic
Plastics help make the modern world possible. These ubiquitous materials are used in our clothing, electronics, vehicles, and even implanted in our bodies. Come hear material scientist, Nolan Wilson, explain what makes plastics so great, and how we can engineer a new generation of plastics for a more sustainable economy.

As always, a huge thanks to our photography partners From the Hip Photo, our crafty friends at The Craft Box, and the best venue in Denver, The Bug Theatre!

The Bug Theatre

3654 Navajo St
Denver, Colorado 80211
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