September 13, 2014
2:00 pm – Night Sky Wonders. This show is designed for preschoolers who are interested in outer space. Night Sky Wonders is a live, interactive show that starts with the constellations and planets that are visible in the night sky and continues with a tour of our solar system and the galaxy we live in.
Click here to reserve tickets for the 2:00 Night Sky Wonders show.
3:00 pm – Magic Tree House Space Mission. For K-2nd grade kids. This show joins Jack and Annie as they use their magic tree house to explore the universe we live in.
Click here to reserve tickets for the 3:00 Magic Tree House show.
October 11, 2014
2:00 pm – Chronicles of a Journey to Earth. For general audiences. After a brief tour of the solar system, this show focuses on the Sun/Earth/Moon relationship, answering questions about why the moon changes shape in our sky, why we have seasons, eclipses, and more.
3:00 pm – The Planets. For older audiences. From the birth of our Sun to the outer reaches of the Kuiper Belt, this show takes you on a grand tour of our solar system.
November 8, 2014 – TBD
December 13, 2014
2:00 – Secret of the Cardboard Rocket. For general audiences. Take an imaginary rocket ship ride through the solar system, learning about each planet along the way.
3:00 – Hubble Vision 2. For older audiences. Celebrate some of the many discoveries made by the Hubble Space Telescope.
January 8-17, 2015 - The return of Laser, Music, and Stars.
Schedule to be announced.
February 14, 2015
2:00 – Magic Tree House Space Mission. For K-2nd grade kids. This show joins Jack and Annie as they use their magic tree house to explore the universe we live in.
3:00 – Astronaut. For general audiences. Learn about the training involved in preparing astronauts for the harsh enviroment of outer space. After the show, touch real space shuttle tiles and food prepared for eating in outer space.