Centennial Soiree Series: Astronomy: The Science of Stars

Centennial Soiree Series

Themed Dinner and Wine Pairing with Curator Conversations in Celebration of the Museum’s 100 years of Discovery

Celebrate the Cleveland Museum of Natural History’s 100 years of discovery in a unique and engaging way with the Centennial Soiree Series- four events featuring dinner and wine pairings and engaging conversations with Museum experts on a variety of science topics.

Each evening features a unique four-course dinner designed and prepared by Aaron Coon, executive chef of Zack Bruell Events, with wine pairings developed by wine expert Greg Miller, DipWSET. The special menus can be adjusted to accommodate food allergies and dietary restrictions, such as gluten-free or vegan. 


These not-to-be-missed special events will run 6:30 pm to 10pm at the Museum and will also have live music and opportunities to visit exhibits. 



Centennial Soiree Series I Astronomy: The Science of the Stars  

Friday, June 18, 2021

6:00 PM Doors Open

6:30 PM Program begins

 The first Centennial Soiree will celebrate summer solstice and allow guests to explore astronomy and enjoy an expertly prepared 4-course dinner in the Museum’s newly updated Courtyard. The evening will feature a lively discussion with the Museum’s astronomy experts, Jason Davis, Peter Hedman and Nick Anderson Guests will also have the chance to experience live planetarium shows and weather permitting, stargaze in the observatory. 

The mostly outdoor event will have limited, spaced seating with members of the same households seated together. Current Covid safety protocols will be in place including temperature checks and masks worn at all times unless seated for dinner.


Registration also includes free parking in the Museum garage. 


Please indicate how many people at your table (2-8 guests) and their names.

Please indicate any food allergies/restrictions.



Tickets: $150 per guest/ $540 for full four-dinner series

This event is no longer on sale.