Public Planetarium Programs (Teachers: Click HERE for School Programs)
Printable Planetarium Program Schedule with Program Times - JANUARY, FEBRUARY, MARCH 2018 (prints best on legal-sized paper)
Kids’ Special—Programs aimed at elementary school aged children:
Programs for the General Public:
Planetarium Special Events
Printable Planetarium Activities Schedule (prints best on letter-sized paper)
Discover what can be found in the current sky, acquire many helpful viewing hints and use your telescope in an outdoor observing session
(weather permitting). Plan to attend both sessions and bring your telescope. Be sure to dress appropriately for evening temperatures
for the observing session. If your telescope is driven by a computer, plan also to attend the computer pre-class — computers
will not be covered in the telescope class itself.
Combine astronomy and music with this special presentation by electronic music composer and musician Jonn Serrie and Planetarium Curator
Dave Hostetter! Learn some astronomy; discover the fusion of science, technology, and inspiration in electronic music; and enjoy
live performances of Serrie’s music. Serrie has 23 albums in release and has created music for planetariums, movies, documentaries,
World’s Fair exhibits, aerobatic acts, and NASA (including NASA’s 30th anniversary celebration of the Apollo 11 moon landing mission).
He owns a section of the original Star Wars Death Star prop model, which will be on display in the planetarium lobby!
International Day of Planetaria
March 11, 2018, is the International Day of Planetaria, celebrated in domes around the world. We’ll be open!
Join us at the Mini Maker Faire for Sun-Earth Day, our annual celebration of the sun and its effects on Earth every year around the
March equinox. Weather permitting, a solar telescope will be set up for safe viewing of the sun. See any sunspots that may be visible