If you’re looking for something to do in the coming Thursday nights, the California Academy of Sciences will not be able to accommodate your exotic cocktail dreams and unique activities until January 9, 2014, where they will resume their regular weekly schedule of themed events.

Therefore, make a note that there will be no Nightlife events on December 26 or January 2.

When the Nightlife events do continue, mark your calendars for the following themes:

•    ‘How-To’ NightLife (January 9): An array of ‘how-to’ workshops that include learning how to make fresh mozzarella, urban beekeeping, letter pressing, taxidermy, plant identification, line dancing, juggling, Google Glass, and 3D printing.

•    Mind & Body NightLife (January 16): In the planetarium, an exploration of the brain and body will include guided meditation led by a neuroscience expert. Hip hop music by DJ Qbert provides live entertainment. The African Hall offers a yoga workshop for healing of the body and mind. A medicinal plant expert will hold a discussion centered on edible and medicinal plants. Also, prepare for a mind-controlled music, light and sculpture installation with NeuroDisco.

•    Gallery Crawl NightLife – (January 23): Browse the pop-up art museum, while interactive activities are found in African Hall. Art showcases by Mission-based Roll Up Gallery and Modern Eden Gallery of North Beach are sure to entertain. Listen to live music and DJ tunes provided by LA’s 100% Silk DJs, Bobby Browser, Magic Touch, Roche, and Cherushii. Art lovers will truly enjoy catching a glimpse of the rare collection of animal-inspired Andy Warhol prints.

The Nightlife events at the Academy are only for the 21 and over crowd ,who come with valid identification. The festivities begin at 6 p.m. and continue on until 10 p.m. Tickets cost $10 for members and $12 for non-members.

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