DateTimeStar ShowAges
Saturday, March 33pmPerfect Little Planet6-12
Saturday, March 34pmLaser Pop Rock6-12
Saturday, March 35pmThe Sky Above *sensory friendlyAll Ages
Saturday, March 37pmAstronomy Tonight8+
Saturday, March 38pmPink Floyd's Dark Side of the Moon10+
Saturday, March 103pmPerfect Little Planet6-12
Saturday, March 104pmLaser Pop Rock612
Saturday, March 107pmFrom Earth to the Universe10+
Saturday, March 108pmPink Floyd's Dark Side of the Moon10+
Saturday, March 173pmPerfect Little Planet6-12
Saturday, March 174pmLaser Pop Rock6-12
Saturday, March 177pmFrom Earth to the Universe10+
Saturday, March 178pmLaser Led Zeppelin10+
Saturday, March 243pmRockin’ Rocket Ride3-8
Saturday, March 244pmSkyLights3-8
Saturday, March 247pmFrom Earth to the Universe10+
Saturday, March 248pmLaser Led Zeppelin10+

*closed March 31*

Perfect Little Planet, Saturdays, March 3, 10, 17, 3 p.m.
A family from another star system is seeking the perfect vacation spot. Fly over the surface of Pluto, our best known dwarf planet; sail through the rings of Saturn; feel Jupiter’s lightning storms; and walk on the surface of Mars. Which destination will they choose? (Recommended for ages 6-12)

Laser Pop Rock, Saturdays, March 3, 10, 17, 4 p.m.
Lasers dance across the dome while music is played.  Songs include "The Lion Sleeps Tonight" by The Tokens, "Campfire Song Song" by Spongebob Squarepants, and "Shake It Off" by Taylor Swift to name just a few.  (recommended for ages 6-12)

Rockin’ Rocket Ride, Saturday, March 24, 3 p.m.
Put on your space suit and blast-off into outer space to visit the Moon, Sun and planets. A lively experience for young people with selected music from "Journey Into Space" by Jane Murphy. (recommended for ages 3-8)

*The Sky Above, Saturday, March 3, 5 p.m.
“The Sky Above” show includes music, laser lights, stories, and information about the planets, the Moon and constellations. Content is presented on a kindergarten level.

SkyLights, Saturday, March 24, 4 p.m.
Our youngest audience members can sing along with songs by mr. RAY (Family Ride, Kalien the Alien) and Jane Murphy (Moon Rock Rock, The Planet Song).  Some songs are illustrated with lasers and other songs feature video images. (recommended for ages 3-8)

Astronomy Tonight, Saturdays, March 3, 7 p.m.
Using the Planetarium’s DigitalSky digital theater, experience a guided tour of the night sky. Learn about some of the popular constellations visible from sunset to sunrise, as well as the stories behind them. Hear about how and where in the sky to find the brightest planets. Weather permitting, the 3M Observatory will be open after the show. (Recommended for ages 8 to adult)

From Earth to the Universe, Saturdays, March 10, 17, 24, 7 p.m.
Learn which stars and constellations are visible in tonight’s sky, then experience Astronomy 101 in under an hour.  The sky has been a place of wonder.  Philosophers and scientists, from the Greeks to Galileo, began to unravel some of its mysteries.  The invention of the telescope has allowed for still more discoveries.  Fly by all the planets in our solar system, then travel beyond to view the birthplace and death of stars, and still farther to the myriad galaxies in our Universe.
Weather permitting, the 3M Observatory will be open after the show.  (Recommended for ages 10-adult)

Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of the Moon laser concert, Saturdays, March 3 and 10, 8 p.m.
Enjoy songs from Pink Floyd’s hit album while lasers dance on the dome.  Songs include “Time,” “Money,” and “Eclipse.”

Laser Led Zeppelin, Saturdays, March 17 and 24, 8 p.m.
Features the group’s hit songs “Battle of Evermore,” “Stairway to Heaven,” and “Houses of the Holy.”

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