Public Planetarium Shows
Here are this fall's shows2015/2016 season
3, 10, 17, 24, 31
of our methods of timekeeping are based on the motions of the sun, moon
This fascinating show describes the astronomical reasons for
It also presents many of the world’s wonderful
and elaborate mechanical clocks and how they work.
Hubble Space Telescope
Images from the Hubble Space Telescope have revolutionized the way
modern-day astronomers view the universe. These images
space are strange and beautiful. Don't miss the
the life and technology of the Hubble Space Telescope.
Show: 3-2-1 Blastoff
A magical video game turns real
and takes the audience on a journey past the sun, moon
and planets in our solar
system. Join us as we see the Earth from space, land on the surface of Mars,
and even fly through the rings of Saturn.
At the end of the show, we return
everyone safely back to Earth.
Great for all ages.
Every ½ hour
6:30 - 9 pm
(Great for all ages)
In this program, audiences travel to the Islands of Hawaii as well as to the
Polynesian Islands to learn how early ocean travelers navigated by the stars.
Famous stories from long ago, told by native Hawaiians, are also featured
in this absolutely wonderful sea and sky adventure!
Waukesha Reads Couponfree
7, 14, 21, 28
The Sky Tonight
up and paint the sky blue, make a rainbow,
sing and clap to
the music as we all meet Joe Star,
Marsha Moon, and Mike Meteor in this
and space experience.
Join our “experts”- Hopeful and Skeptical
as they try to convince each other
whether or not life exists beyond the earth.
Follow their astrobiology arguments from the
ocean floor to a journey across the galaxy.
children's holiday program takes the audience around
the world to
explore the most fascinating traditions
and celebrations of Christmas,
and the “winter solstice.”
The Season of Light
beautiful holiday season show investigates the most interesting
beautiful winter solstice celebrations from all over the world.
The show also takes us back 2000 years to offer possible
for the mysterious “Christmas Star.”