First Science Pub todayNovember 04,2012CASTLETON — The first Science Pub of the season is slated for 4 p.m. today at the Iron Lantern Restaurant on Route 4A in Castleton.
The topic of discussion is “Opinion Polls, Surveys and Exit Polls: What do they really tell us?” and will feature Richard Clark, director of the Castleton Polling Institute. He will be discussing the uses and misuses of polls and what election polls are really telling us today.
The Iron Lantern Restaurant is located at 272 Route 4A in Castleton. The event is open to the public and free, except for drinks or food ordered.
The Science Pub is sponsored by the Friends of Castleton Free Library and the Rutland Free Library. For more information, email email@example.com or call 468-5125.
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