A Night of Science and Surprises

Thursday, December 26th, 2013

In our second event this season at the Museum of Science, we embraced science and technology – in contrast to our previous nautical clambake, Sunset at the Museum of Science.  Outside of the Museum of Science, rotating searchlights projected high into the sky welcoming guests.  Inside, “lab assistants” passed beverages in test tubes, while sporting white coats and chemistry goggles.  Red, green, and blue carpets directed guests to three wings each decorated and lit with the same colors.  Décor was elegant, yet edgy and upbeat, and each wing featured tables with red, green or blue linens topped with fun and interactive scientific centerpieces.  Guests loved seeing and playing with the hand boilers, plasma balls, pin boxes and Newton’s Cradles from their youth.

During the event, guests wandered through the museum discovering all sorts of scientific facts with all of their senses.   A roving mad scientist and magician entertained guests with their tricks and experiments.  In the Blue Wing, a DJ spun popular music while mad scientist bartenders served Sinister Ciders in beakers at a custom ice bar.  Guests were also invited to attend a wide variety of educational shows throughout the evening including Adrenaline Rush at the Omni Theater or Lightning! in the Theater of Electricity.

We can’t wait to hold our next electrifying event at the Museum of Science!

Lab Assistants Beakers Test Tubes

Main Wing Dance Floor Glow Tray

Museum of Science

Goggles Hand Boiler

Museum of Science

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Eat, Drink and Be Merry!

Tuesday, December 24th, 2013

The CE Team would like to wish all of our friends, families, clients and vendors a wonderful holiday season and joyful new year!  Thank you to all that helped make 2013 such a great one.  We can’t wait to see what 2014 brings!

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Sunset at the Museum of Science

Tuesday, December 10th, 2013

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Earlier this fall, the same group that enjoyed a Rousing Ragtime Reception experienced another unique Boston venue – The Museum of Science!  A leading cultural institution in Boston, the museum was the perfect location for a classic New England clambake dinner.

Guests began their evening on the Museum’s pavilion where they were treated to amazing views of Boston’s skyline and a magnificent sunset!  Scattered wine barrels topped with bronze telescopes allowed guests to perch with their cocktails and hors d’ouevres while the Sea Chanteys played traditional maritime folk music in the background.

Following cocktails, guests enjoyed all the fixings of a clambake dinner in the pavilion’s tent.  Elegant, long wooden tables decorated with shells, sea glass, and sail boats transformed the space into a nautical-themed escape.  After finishing their lobster, shrimp, and kielbasa everyone was invited to explore the museum and sample some delectable desserts.  The Museum of Science is filled with innovative and interactive exhibits and attendees spent the remainder of their evening being entertained and educated!

Sea Chantey Quartet

Sunset

Event Decor Nautical Theme

Event Decor Nautical Theme

Event Decor Nautical Theme New England

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