A-Z Trivia: Animation August
Aug
6
to Sep 24

A-Z Trivia: Animation August

A-Z Trivia gets loony this month with Animation August! Bringing you a one-of-a-kind trivia experience featuring cutting edge science videos and a plethora of animated television stars throughout the month of August! Our schedule is as follows:

Aug. 6: Matt Groening
Aug 13: Rick and Morty
Aug. 20: Kid shows made for grown ups
Aug. 27: Cacophonous Cartoon Calamity (Misc cartoons & more questions)

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Wavelength Full Moon Party Series: August
Aug
15
7:00 PM19:00

Wavelength Full Moon Party Series: August

Wavelength continues celebrating the warm weather and astronomical happenings with Augusts Full Moon Star Party! Enjoy breathtaking sights of the "Sturgeon Moon" and general cosmos from our 14" Big Friendly Telescope and one of our 14 beers on tap. Telescope viewing begins at sundown. As always our tap room is all ages so bring the family!

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Summer Meltdown Dance Party
Aug
10
7:00 PM19:00

Summer Meltdown Dance Party

2019 has the hottest summer on record for planet Earth. And with the constant fear of nuclear fallout, political turmoil, and crocs, it's not surprising that most of us are on the brink of a meltdown! But in these unknown times, there's a sure fire way to beat the heat: Dancing.
Join us for a no cover 21+ dance party event that's sure leave you radioactive. Enjoy one of our 14 craft beers on tap as DJ Dave Cutler brings the heat from 7-11 PM. See you then! ☢🎶🍻☀

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Pondering the Perseids: Earth's Most Active Meteor Shower
Aug
9
8:00 PM20:00

Pondering the Perseids: Earth's Most Active Meteor Shower

The annual Perseid meteor shower is one of the most beloved meteor showers of the year. While there is a lot of hearsay about what exactly the Perseids are, Hans will be here to set you straight on the spectacular August Light Show (that the moon will once again try to upstage.). ☄🍻🌕

Our Friday Night Science Talks are 100% free and all ages, so bring the kids! If we get some clear skies after the talk, we'll break out our 14" telescope for a look into the cosmos! Cheers!

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Jigsaw Puzzle Competition
Aug
7
6:30 PM18:30

Jigsaw Puzzle Competition

Registration: www.pacificpuzzlers.com/event-registration

Date: Wednesday, August 7th

Time: 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm

Place: Wavelength Brewing Co. at 236 Main St, Vista, CA 92084

Cost:

$30 / team (max. 4 puzzlers on a team)

or

$10 / free agent (will be assigned a team at the event)

Food within walking distance. Beer available for purchase during event.

Teams will complete a 100-piece puzzle to determine their division placement before the 500-piece main round. Complete the puzzle in the shortest amount of time to win a prize.

NEW PRIZE OPPORTUNITY: A randomly drawn registrant will win a puzzle prize!

Don't have a team? No problem! Register as a Free Agent and we will set you up with other puzzlers to form a team.

Check-in starts at 6:30 pm, event starts promptly at 6:45 pm.

Not interested in competing? Bring your old puzzles to exchange with others for something new. We now have puzzle swaps at all our events!

SPONSORED BY: eeBoo

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Total Solar Eclipse in Chile with Roderick Gagliardi.
Aug
2
8:00 PM20:00

Total Solar Eclipse in Chile with Roderick Gagliardi.

Wavelength Brewing Company is honored to welcome Astrophotographer Roderick Gagliardi to the tasting room for a Friday Night Science Talk! On July 2, 2019 a total solar eclipse was visible to parts of the Southern Hemisphere. While most of us in the Northern Hemisphere weren't able to go see it, Roderick traveled to the beaches of Chile to image the total solar eclipse! Come see his amazing work and hear about his adventure this Friday night at 8PM!

Our Friday Night Science Talks are 100% free and all ages, so bring the kids! If we get some clear skies after the talk, we'll break out our 14" telescope for a look into the cosmos! Cheers!

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Fungus Among Us with Steven Farrar
Jul
19
8:00 PM20:00

Fungus Among Us with Steven Farrar

Wavelength Brewing Company is honored to welcome Steven Farrar, CTO of M2 Ingredients, to the tasting room for a Friday Night Science Talk!

Did you know that San Diego County has a vibrant mushroom growing industry? Steven Farrar has been a part of that industry for over 25 years, growing a variety of mushrooms for both culinary and health purposes. Mushroom cultivation employs a variety of sciences and technologies, including robotic mushroom farming. Come learn about the amazing world of fungi and it's presence in our community.

As always our talks are 100% free and all ages, so bring the kids! If the skies are clear you can be sure that we'll break out our telescope for a look into the cosmos... cheers!

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A-Z Trivia: Team America & The Limits of Humanity
Jul
16
10:00 AM10:00

A-Z Trivia: Team America & The Limits of Humanity

"Oh say can you see, in the evenings last light, what so proudly we host, Trivia A to Z!"

A-Z Trivia Celebrates America's birthday month with a plethora of subjects guaranteed to make you see stars and stripes. The ever evolving July schedule is as follows:

July 2nd: Independence Day & 5G
July 9th: Idiocracy & Einstein
July 16th: Team America: World Police & The Limits of Humanity

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Suds & Science—New Discoveries in the Human Microbiome
Jul
8
6:30 PM18:30

Suds & Science—New Discoveries in the Human Microbiome

PAID EVENT


On you and within you lies a vast and complex microbial community of bacteria, archaea, fungi and viruses, all important for players in human health and disease. This is the Human Microbiome. For years, microbes had a bad reputation, however, with more discovery, it’s becoming clear that microbes exist on a spectrum relative to human health. Some microbes are disease-causing pathogens, others are only harmful when they are in the wrong place or proliferate in great numbers, and others still are actually quite useful to the human body. Beneficial microbes play integral roles in human health, including aiding in digestion, producing essential vitamins and nutrients, fine-tuning our immune system and even manufacturing neurotransmitters that can affect our mood. Join Dr. Pedro J. Torres, Ph.D., in an open discussion about what we currently know about the role of the human microbiome in human health and disease.

Date & Time: July 8, 6:30 to approx. 8 p.m.

Location: Wavelength Brewing, 236 Main St, Vista, CA 92084

Cost: $5 online; $6 at the door. Food and drinks are available for purchase.

About Suds & Science:
Sometimes, the most interesting discussions occur over a beer or a glass of your favorite vino. (Bonus points if you can remember what was said the next morning!) That’s the concept behind Suds & Science, a monthly event that brings scientists face-to-face with the general public in a neighborhood bar. Each session kicks off with a short and enlightening presentation, after which the floor is open for discussion between the audience and the speaker. We cover a wide variety of topics that can range from the science of beer to superhero physics to the genius of genomes. We invite you to come, sit back, sip your favorite beverage and participate in the discussion. Suds & Science puts the fun and spirit(s) back into learning.

Please note: During this event, there will be photography and video recording. By attending this event you consent to and authorize without further compensation the use and reproduction of any film or photographs.

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Two Scientists Walk Into A Bar
Jun
27
6:00 PM18:00

Two Scientists Walk Into A Bar

What sounds like the beginning of a rather bad joke is actually a fun community program by the Fleet Science Center. During Two Scientists Walk Into a Bar®, local scientists will enjoy something we all do: a good conversation in a local bar.

Two Scientists Walk Into a Bar will be back on June 27! Stay tuned and visit this website regularly over the coming weeks as we confirm scientists!

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A-Z Trivia Tuesday: Animal Friendships and Disney
Jun
18
8:00 PM20:00

A-Z Trivia Tuesday: Animal Friendships and Disney

A-Z Trivia Tuesday couldn’t go through 90s Blockbuster June without something Disney, but trying to pick a single film from our childhood was impossible so we’re giving you a fantasy-packed super show of miscellaneous Disney Trivia! We’re keeping it light this week and pairing our Disney questions with a video all about fantastic (and adorable) animal friendships naturally found in the wild.

New to A-Z trivia? Each week we show a "Funducational" science video on YouTube. Our trivia then consists of 10 questions about the video, 10 questions on a Subject of the Week, and 10 random questions spanning from Cosmos to Cartoons! All wrapped up in an easy to follow multiple choice format using our favorite quiz app, "Kahoot!"

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Wavelength Brewing's Full Moon Star Party: June
Jun
17
8:30 PM20:30

Wavelength Brewing's Full Moon Star Party: June

Join us Friday, June 17, for the continuation of our 2019 Full Moon Parties! Following our Friday Night Science Talk, we'll be taking out our 14" BFT (Big Friendly Telescope) to provide amazing views of the full moon, complete with a full roster of full spectrum beers on tap! This is an all ages event, so bring the family and enjoy a beer in the name of science outreach!

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A-Z Trivia Tuesday : Nuclear Bombs and Jurassic Park
Jun
11
8:00 PM20:00

A-Z Trivia Tuesday : Nuclear Bombs and Jurassic Park

Ever wonder what would happen if every single bomb on Earth went off at once? Well not you don’t have to! Come get prehistoric with our 90s Blockbuster of the week: Jurassic Park, and learn the realities of our impending doom with another wonderful video from Kurzgesagt!

New to A-Z trivia? Each week we show a "Funducational" science video on YouTube. Our trivia then consists of 10 questions about the video, 10 questions on a Subject of the Week, and 10 random questions spanning from Cosmos to Cartoons! All wrapped up in an easy to follow multiple choice format using our favorite quiz app, "Kahoot!"

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The Hell Up There presented by Galactic Journey
Jun
7
8:00 PM20:00

The Hell Up There presented by Galactic Journey

The Hell up There: How we found the Van Allen Radiation Belts, and why they matter.

A little over six decades ago, astronomers figured they had a good handle on what outer space would be like. But with the very first satellites launched during the International Geophysical Year (1958-9), it was clear that something very strange was going on up there.

Join space historian Gideon Marcus at the Wavelength at 8pm, June 7, 2019, for a presentation about the unprecedented weirdness that Van Allen and his team found, and its impact on the future of all spaceflight.

(and come early for a special musical performance by Wavelength favorite, Lorelei!)

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Kilauea: Creator and Destroyer
May
10
8:00 PM20:00

Kilauea: Creator and Destroyer

Wavelength Brewing Company is proud to welcome Professor Sean Figg to the tasting room for an evening of creation and destruction!

Professor Figg, an Associate Professor of Earth, Space, and Environmental Sciences at Palomar College, visited the Kilauea volcanic eruption of 2018 in Hawaii! Join us as Professor Figg shares his time exploring the eruption, as well as the incredible role that volcanoes play in creation and destruction on our planet!

After the talk, we'll be sure to break out our 14" Sky-Watcher USA telescope for our own look into the cosmos! Our talks are all ages and 100% free, so bring the kids! Cheers!

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May the 4th Be With You
May
4
12:00 PM12:00

May the 4th Be With You

That's no moon... It's the best Star Wars Party this side of Alderaan! Join us Saturday, May 4th for an all day event celebrating a story from a long time ago in a galaxy far far away.

Wavelength welcomes artist Cole Canaletti and friends for a Star Wars themed art show! Play Star Wars: Battlefront on our 12ft projection screen or win prizes during Star Wars trivia! Costumes encouraged, cheers!

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The Worlds of Star Wars
May
3
8:00 PM20:00

The Worlds of Star Wars

Wavelength Brewing Company is honored to welcome back Astrophysicist Dr. Lisa Will and Analytical Chemist Professor Shane Haggard for another great Friday Night Science Talk!

We're all familiar with scenes of the desert world of Tatooine and the cloudy skies of Bespin, but do planets like that really exist? With an ever increasing rate of exoplanet discovery, there is no shortage of far away worlds to examine and compare. Exoplanets that orbit binary stars are plentiful, and we've even discovered exoplanets around some of the closest stars to our system! Come learn about the strange worlds that are in a galaxy no-so-far-away!

Our Friday Night Science Talks are 100% free and all ages. As always, clear skies mean we'll break out the Big Friendly Telescope (B.F.T.) after the talk and peer into the cosmos! Hey, that's no moon...

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A-Z Trivia Tuesday: Mars Base & Mega Marvel Movie Madness!
Apr
30
8:00 PM20:00

A-Z Trivia Tuesday: Mars Base & Mega Marvel Movie Madness!

"I have an army" "I have a trivia show..."

Every Tuesday I bring you a one-of-a-kind trivia show. And every once in a while we have a rare 5th Tuesday of the month. And we have one this month! AND it's right after opening weekend for Avengers: End Game. So let's do that! I'll be bringing you a special extended directors cut version of A-Z trivia, complete with extra questions and prizes!

Come and learn all about, through science, why building a Mars Base right now might be a terrible idea, and test your knowledge on what is sure to be the first of a three part movie supposedly ending an 11 year long movie franchise!

New to A-Z trivia? Each week we show a "Funducational" science video on YouTube. Our trivia then consists of 10 questions about the video, 10 questions on a Subject of the Week, and 10 random questions spanning from Cosmos to Cartoons! All wrapped up in an easy to follow multiple choice format using our favorite quiz app, "Kahoot!"

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Security of Star Wars with Derek Rook
Apr
26
8:00 PM20:00

Security of Star Wars with Derek Rook

The galaxy is in turmoil. Marginalized citizens grow tired of the ever present boot on their necks. They organize, they rally, they rebel! To maintain their hold over the galaxy, the Empire begins developing terrible weapons. They conscript a brilliant scientist who is known to harbor anti-Imperial sentiment. Wait...what? Errr...next scene...

The rebels are caught in an Imperial space station. The situation is dire. Luckily, one of their droids plugs into a computer terminal, instantly accesses the Imperial network without proper authentication, and saves the day. Ugh! Next Scene!
In a desperate final action the Rebellion launches a last ditch assault against the Imperial battle station. With only outdated codes, all is lost. But they get through the security checkpoint?! Okay, does anyone bother listening to my security awareness talks?!?!

One week before May the Fourth (be with you), blast off at Wavelength Brewing to take an in-depth look at what really happens when we don't following common security advice. Professional Slicer (Star Wars-ese for Hacker) Derek Rook will be your guide as you explore the extent of these follies, including demos of real world cyber attacks!
Together we will rise as a new security power in the galaxy! Join us! It is your destiny!

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80s vs. 90s DANCE OFF
Apr
20
7:00 PM19:00

80s vs. 90s DANCE OFF

You’ve been to our 80s night, you’ve been to our 90s night, and now, you don’t have to choose! Join us on Saturday, April 20 for a battle of the decades. A $10 cover gets you a live DJ on our incredible sound system, a taster of your favorite Wavelength Brew, and a special themed door prize! Tickets on sale now!

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