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Sexy plants, ‘horn-y’ talk and mating ritual dance-off part of Manitoba Museum’s Valentines Day

If only all plants were this kissable.
If only all plants were this kissable. Wikipedia

This event isn’t for the kids.

The Manitoba Museum is spicing up Valentine’s Day with a hot, scientific, swinging event called Wild Romance.

The night will include ” tango lessons, a pop-up talk on all things “horn”-y (and antler-y) by the Curator of Zoology, and the Museum’s first ever “Animal Mating Ritual Dance-Off.”

“Your Valentine’s Day experience includes a Pollinator “Dating Game” Scavenger Hunt through the Museum Galleries and a talk by the Curator of Botany entitled, Plants Just Wanna Have Sex.”

Happening from 6-11 p.m. on Valentines Day, the event is great for friends, couples or singles (both those looking for love and those who are not.) A cash bar and snacks will be available.

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The above event may not be for the kids, but there is a party for the kids downstairs, taking over the Science Gallery.

The evening will feature hands-on crafts, demonstrations, and a dance party. The hours are also 6-11 p.m. on Feb. 14. And yes, families are welcome.

Admission for both events is $15 per person or $12 for members.

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