Show Schedule

 

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Planetarium and Rock Laser 

    STAR SHOW TIMES - February 1-24

    February Family Astronomy Night

    Saturday, February 24, 2018, 6:00 to 8:30 p.m.

    6:00 p.m. |  Follow the Drinking Gourd
    7:00 - 8:30 p.m. | Telescope Viewing (weather permitting)
    7:15 p.m. |  More Than Meets the Eye

    Star Show Admission

    • Barlow members: Free admission
    • Adults (age 18+): $8 
    • Students (age 13-17): $7 
    • College students (with ID): $7
    • Children (age 3-12): $6
    • Seniors (age 60+): $6
       
    • Multi-show discounts are available
    • Group discounts are available
    • Free for eligible Association of Science-Technology Centers (ASTC) passport members!

    ASTC Pass Program Restrictions

    • Based on your science center’s or museum’s location: Science centers/museums located within 90 miles of each other are excluded from the Travel Passport Program unless that exclusion is lifted by mutual agreement.
    • Based on residence: To receive Travel Passport Program benefits, you must live more than 90 miles away from the center/museum you wish to visit. Admissions staff reserve the right to request proof of residence for benefits to apply. Science centers and museums requesting proof of residence are marked by (Check IDs).
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    ROCK LASER SHOW TIMES - January 27

    Rock Laser Show Admission

    • Barlow members: Free
    • Single feature:  $10  per person
    • Double feature:  $18 per person (if purchased before the first show)
    • Triple feature: $25 per person (if purchased before the first show)
    • Pink Floyd Double Feature: $18 per person
       
    • Multi-show discounts are available
    • Group discounts are available
    • Discounts available for eligible ASTC passport members

      NEWSTAR Astronomy Club

      • Date: Wednesday, February 21
      • Time: 7:00 p.m.
      • Location: UW-Fox Valley

      NEWSTAR is the Fox Cities local astronomy club. Our meetings are held on the third Wednesday of every month at UW-Fox Valley. Meetings are free and open to the public. Meetings usually include lectures, demonstrations, or discussions on all things astronomical. Additional information about NEWSTAR can be found on the NEWSTAR web page.