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Beer Science City Pub at Colburn Earth Science Museum

WHO: The Colburn Earth Science Museum, soon to be renamed Asheville Museum of Science

WHAT: Asheville Museum of Science (AMOS) Beer City Science Pub

WHERE: The Colburn Earth Science Museum, 2 South Pack Square, Pack Place, Asheville, NC  28801

WHEN: Friday, February 26th from 5:30 p.m. — 8:00 p.m.

The Colburn Earth Science Museum is offering a free evening of science.  Join other science enthusiasts at the Colburn for a night of excellent scientific programming and local craft beer. Grab a beer, tour the museum, and listen to a presentation by Jake Crouch on The State of Our Climate 2015: A U.S. and Global Perspective at 6:30pm.

“The year 2015 was one for the record books. According to data and information compiled by NOAA’s National Centers for Environmental Information in Asheville, North Carolina, the 2015 global surface temperature was the warmest on record, while the contiguous U.S. temperature was the second warmest.  This talk will put 2015 into a historical perspective and examine what the warmest year on record for the globe meant for North Carolina.” – Jake Crouch.

Jake Crouch is a Physical Scientist, for NOAA’s National Centers for Environmental Information (NCEI) – Center for Weather and Climate (CWC) branch. Beer will generously be provided by Twin Leaf Brewery.

About Jill Lieberman

I grew up in Western North Carolina, and like many who grew up here, left for bigger and better things. I ended up choosing to come right back where I started. I have lived in cities from Manhattan to San Francisco to Atlanta. Asheville is my favorite. After getting a master’s degree in journalism with a public relations focus, my first job was with an agency in Greenville working on crisis communications for the hospital system. That began a career where I’ve handled almost every job there is in PR/marketing /media, from copywriter to media buyer to event planner to salesperson. I was in the trenches during the first dot com boom and bust and worked with Google before it became a verb. I’ve written regular columns for publications on beauty products and how to navigate the internet.

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