Calendar

Calendar

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Guided Trail Hike with Education Naturalist (RSVP required) 10:00 am
Guided Trail Hike with Education Naturalist (RSVP required)
Jun 1 @ 10:00 am – 10:45 am
Select RSVP Here — under ABOUT US tab and CONTACT option
NEW! “Phantom of the Universe” family-friendly Planetarium noon show 12:00 pm
NEW! “Phantom of the Universe” family-friendly Planetarium noon show
Jun 1 @ 12:00 pm – 12:45 pm
NEW RELEASE: June 2017 is the first showing in this planetarium. We show three different planetarium shows each day, and we have a live orientation to what you can see in our local night sky as the initial part of each show (this is our sneaky way of getting you[...]
Live Animal Presentation 1:15 pm
Live Animal Presentation
Jun 1 @ 1:15 pm – 1:45 pm
A live animal demonstration is given daily at 1 pm, usually in the main building of the Nature Center. Meet giant friendly snakes and other lovely critters — each week is different!
PN #2: “From Earth to the Universe” Planetarium Show 2:00 pm
PN #2: “From Earth to the Universe” Planetarium Show
Jun 1 @ 2:00 pm – 2:45 pm
We show three different planetarium shows each day, and we have a live orientation to what you can see in our local night sky as the initial part of each show (this is our sneaky way of getting you dark-adapted!), followed by a fulldome planetarium “movie.” This show, from the[...]
PN #3 “Distant Worlds: Alien Life?” plus/optional “Spring Stargazing” — or Potluck! 3:00 pm
PN #3 “Distant Worlds: Alien Life?” plus/optional “Spring Stargazing” — or Potluck!
Jun 1 @ 3:00 pm – 3:45 pm
See the “Scientific Best Guess” at what alien life forms might look like on some of the exoplanets that have been discovered by the Kepler and Corot missions. Conditions are not exactly Earth-like, so neither are the expected adaptations: these “best guess” life forms are entirely speculation based on the[...]
Calusa Herpetological Society Monthly Meeting 7:00 pm
Calusa Herpetological Society Monthly Meeting
Jun 1 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Meeting is held in the Iona House. Non-members pay $3 at the door. Dedicated to education, conservation and enjoyment of reptiles and amphibians. For details of this month’s meeting, please see http://calusanature.org/events
Southwest Florida Astronomical Society Monthly Meeting 7:30 pm
Southwest Florida Astronomical Society Monthly Meeting
Jun 1 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm
Open to the public.  Meetings are held in the Planetarium. Formed to educate the public, school children and scouts about the wonders of the night sky!  For details/specifics of this month’s meeting and speaker topic, please see http://calusanature.org/events (Monthly Events tab), and scroll down to the first Thursday.
SW Florida Astronomical Society Monthly Evening 7:30 pm
SW Florida Astronomical Society Monthly Evening
Jun 1 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm
SW Florida Astronomical Society Monthly Evening
This month’s speaker will be L. Scott Flaig. His topic is “Cosmology: The Nature of Time” Scott Flaig presents a composite view (which he likens to a full spectrographic view of a cosmic object) of time as understood through science, theology and philosophy. Mr. Flaig’s position is that all three viewpoints are essential[...]
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Solar Observing (Weather Permitting) at 11:00 Fridays 11:00 am
Solar Observing (Weather Permitting) at 11:00 Fridays
Jun 2 @ 11:00 am – 11:45 am
Solar Observing (Weather Permitting) Every Friday at 11:45, (clear skies permitting) Live solar observing using the Coronado Solar Telescope: Are there sunspots today? Prominences? A flare? Planetarium volunteers and/or staff will show you the Sun “live” as few people get to see it. Catch our narrow-band filter’s detailed view of[...]
NEW! “Phantom of the Universe” family-friendly Planetarium noon show 12:00 pm
NEW! “Phantom of the Universe” family-friendly Planetarium noon show
Jun 2 @ 12:00 pm – 12:45 pm
NEW RELEASE: June 2017 is the first showing in this planetarium. We show three different planetarium shows each day, and we have a live orientation to what you can see in our local night sky as the initial part of each show (this is our sneaky way of getting you[...]
Live Animal Presentation 1:15 pm
Live Animal Presentation
Jun 2 @ 1:15 pm – 1:45 pm
A live animal demonstration is given daily at 1 pm, usually in the main building of the Nature Center. Meet giant friendly snakes and other lovely critters — each week is different!
PN #2: “From Earth to the Universe” Planetarium Show 2:00 pm
PN #2: “From Earth to the Universe” Planetarium Show
Jun 2 @ 2:00 pm – 2:45 pm
We show three different planetarium shows each day, and we have a live orientation to what you can see in our local night sky as the initial part of each show (this is our sneaky way of getting you dark-adapted!), followed by a fulldome planetarium “movie.” This show, from the[...]
PN #3 “Distant Worlds: Alien Life?” plus/optional “Spring Stargazing” — or Potluck! 3:00 pm
PN #3 “Distant Worlds: Alien Life?” plus/optional “Spring Stargazing” — or Potluck!
Jun 2 @ 3:00 pm – 3:45 pm
See the “Scientific Best Guess” at what alien life forms might look like on some of the exoplanets that have been discovered by the Kepler and Corot missions. Conditions are not exactly Earth-like, so neither are the expected adaptations: these “best guess” life forms are entirely speculation based on the[...]
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National Trails Day – Hike one of our trails today!
National Trails Day – Hike one of our trails today!
Jun 3 all-day
National Trails Day - Hike one of our trails today!
Hit the Trails today! We have two hikeable loop trails, with shade, of different lengths, and one there-and-back boardwalk through the cypress swamp. Then relax, “space out” and cool off in our air conditioned Planetarium, or attend a live animal demonstration in our Living History Museum. Sorry this is not[...]
NEW! “Phantom of the Universe” family-friendly Planetarium noon show 12:00 pm
NEW! “Phantom of the Universe” family-friendly Planetarium noon show
Jun 3 @ 12:00 pm – 12:45 pm
NEW RELEASE: June 2017 is the first showing in this planetarium. We show three different planetarium shows each day, and we have a live orientation to what you can see in our local night sky as the initial part of each show (this is our sneaky way of getting you[...]
Live Animal Presentation 1:15 pm
Live Animal Presentation
Jun 3 @ 1:15 pm – 1:45 pm
A live animal demonstration is given daily at 1 pm, usually in the main building of the Nature Center. Meet giant friendly snakes and other lovely critters — each week is different!
PN #2: “From Earth to the Universe” Planetarium Show 2:00 pm
PN #2: “From Earth to the Universe” Planetarium Show
Jun 3 @ 2:00 pm – 2:45 pm
We show three different planetarium shows each day, and we have a live orientation to what you can see in our local night sky as the initial part of each show (this is our sneaky way of getting you dark-adapted!), followed by a fulldome planetarium “movie.” This show, from the[...]
PN #3 “Distant Worlds: Alien Life?” plus/optional “Spring Stargazing” — or Potluck! 3:00 pm
PN #3 “Distant Worlds: Alien Life?” plus/optional “Spring Stargazing” — or Potluck!
Jun 3 @ 3:00 pm – 3:45 pm
See the “Scientific Best Guess” at what alien life forms might look like on some of the exoplanets that have been discovered by the Kepler and Corot missions. Conditions are not exactly Earth-like, so neither are the expected adaptations: these “best guess” life forms are entirely speculation based on the[...]
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NEW! “Phantom of the Universe” family-friendly Planetarium noon show 12:00 pm
NEW! “Phantom of the Universe” family-friendly Planetarium noon show
Jun 4 @ 12:00 pm – 12:45 pm
NEW RELEASE: June 2017 is the first showing in this planetarium. We show three different planetarium shows each day, and we have a live orientation to what you can see in our local night sky as the initial part of each show (this is our sneaky way of getting you[...]
Live Animal Presentation 1:15 pm
Live Animal Presentation
Jun 4 @ 1:15 pm – 1:45 pm
A live animal demonstration is given daily at 1 pm, usually in the main building of the Nature Center. Meet giant friendly snakes and other lovely critters — each week is different!
PN #2: “From Earth to the Universe” Planetarium Show 2:00 pm
PN #2: “From Earth to the Universe” Planetarium Show
Jun 4 @ 2:00 pm – 2:45 pm
We show three different planetarium shows each day, and we have a live orientation to what you can see in our local night sky as the initial part of each show (this is our sneaky way of getting you dark-adapted!), followed by a fulldome planetarium “movie.” This show, from the[...]
PN #3 “Distant Worlds: Alien Life?” plus/optional “Spring Stargazing” — or Potluck! 3:00 pm
PN #3 “Distant Worlds: Alien Life?” plus/optional “Spring Stargazing” — or Potluck!
Jun 4 @ 3:00 pm – 3:45 pm
See the “Scientific Best Guess” at what alien life forms might look like on some of the exoplanets that have been discovered by the Kepler and Corot missions. Conditions are not exactly Earth-like, so neither are the expected adaptations: these “best guess” life forms are entirely speculation based on the[...]
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NEW! “Phantom of the Universe” family-friendly Planetarium noon show 12:00 pm
NEW! “Phantom of the Universe” family-friendly Planetarium noon show
Jun 5 @ 12:00 pm – 12:45 pm
NEW RELEASE: June 2017 is the first showing in this planetarium. We show three different planetarium shows each day, and we have a live orientation to what you can see in our local night sky as the initial part of each show (this is our sneaky way of getting you[...]
Live Animal Presentation 1:15 pm
Live Animal Presentation
Jun 5 @ 1:15 pm – 1:45 pm
A live animal demonstration is given daily at 1 pm, usually in the main building of the Nature Center. Meet giant friendly snakes and other lovely critters — each week is different!
PN #2: “From Earth to the Universe” Planetarium Show 2:00 pm
PN #2: “From Earth to the Universe” Planetarium Show
Jun 5 @ 2:00 pm – 2:45 pm
We show three different planetarium shows each day, and we have a live orientation to what you can see in our local night sky as the initial part of each show (this is our sneaky way of getting you dark-adapted!), followed by a fulldome planetarium “movie.” This show, from the[...]
PN #3 “Distant Worlds: Alien Life?” plus/optional “Spring Stargazing” — or Potluck! 3:00 pm
PN #3 “Distant Worlds: Alien Life?” plus/optional “Spring Stargazing” — or Potluck!
Jun 5 @ 3:00 pm – 3:45 pm
See the “Scientific Best Guess” at what alien life forms might look like on some of the exoplanets that have been discovered by the Kepler and Corot missions. Conditions are not exactly Earth-like, so neither are the expected adaptations: these “best guess” life forms are entirely speculation based on the[...]
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NEW! “Phantom of the Universe” family-friendly Planetarium noon show 12:00 pm
NEW! “Phantom of the Universe” family-friendly Planetarium noon show
Jun 6 @ 12:00 pm – 12:45 pm
NEW RELEASE: June 2017 is the first showing in this planetarium. We show three different planetarium shows each day, and we have a live orientation to what you can see in our local night sky as the initial part of each show (this is our sneaky way of getting you[...]
Live Animal Presentation 1:15 pm
Live Animal Presentation
Jun 6 @ 1:15 pm – 1:45 pm
A live animal demonstration is given daily at 1 pm, usually in the main building of the Nature Center. Meet giant friendly snakes and other lovely critters — each week is different!
PN #2: “From Earth to the Universe” Planetarium Show 2:00 pm
PN #2: “From Earth to the Universe” Planetarium Show
Jun 6 @ 2:00 pm – 2:45 pm
We show three different planetarium shows each day, and we have a live orientation to what you can see in our local night sky as the initial part of each show (this is our sneaky way of getting you dark-adapted!), followed by a fulldome planetarium “movie.” This show, from the[...]
PN #3 “Distant Worlds: Alien Life?” plus/optional “Spring Stargazing” — or Potluck! 3:00 pm
PN #3 “Distant Worlds: Alien Life?” plus/optional “Spring Stargazing” — or Potluck!
Jun 6 @ 3:00 pm – 3:45 pm
See the “Scientific Best Guess” at what alien life forms might look like on some of the exoplanets that have been discovered by the Kepler and Corot missions. Conditions are not exactly Earth-like, so neither are the expected adaptations: these “best guess” life forms are entirely speculation based on the[...]
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NEW! “Phantom of the Universe” family-friendly Planetarium noon show 12:00 pm
NEW! “Phantom of the Universe” family-friendly Planetarium noon show
Jun 7 @ 12:00 pm – 12:45 pm
NEW RELEASE: June 2017 is the first showing in this planetarium. We show three different planetarium shows each day, and we have a live orientation to what you can see in our local night sky as the initial part of each show (this is our sneaky way of getting you[...]
Live Animal Presentation 1:15 pm
Live Animal Presentation
Jun 7 @ 1:15 pm – 1:45 pm
A live animal demonstration is given daily at 1 pm, usually in the main building of the Nature Center. Meet giant friendly snakes and other lovely critters — each week is different!
PN #2: “From Earth to the Universe” Planetarium Show 2:00 pm
PN #2: “From Earth to the Universe” Planetarium Show
Jun 7 @ 2:00 pm – 2:45 pm
We show three different planetarium shows each day, and we have a live orientation to what you can see in our local night sky as the initial part of each show (this is our sneaky way of getting you dark-adapted!), followed by a fulldome planetarium “movie.” This show, from the[...]
PN #3 “Distant Worlds: Alien Life?” plus/optional “Spring Stargazing” — or Potluck! 3:00 pm
PN #3 “Distant Worlds: Alien Life?” plus/optional “Spring Stargazing” — or Potluck!
Jun 7 @ 3:00 pm – 3:45 pm
See the “Scientific Best Guess” at what alien life forms might look like on some of the exoplanets that have been discovered by the Kepler and Corot missions. Conditions are not exactly Earth-like, so neither are the expected adaptations: these “best guess” life forms are entirely speculation based on the[...]
Riverwatch Meeting 6:30 pm
Riverwatch Meeting
Jun 7 @ 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm
Riverwatch meets every other month at the Calusa Nature Center & Planetarium in the Iona House.  Meetings are open to the public. See http://calusanature.org/events for details of this month’s meeting.
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Guided Trail Hike with Education Naturalist (RSVP required) 10:00 am
Guided Trail Hike with Education Naturalist (RSVP required)
Jun 8 @ 10:00 am – 10:45 am
Select RSVP Here — under ABOUT US tab and CONTACT option
NEW! “Phantom of the Universe” family-friendly Planetarium noon show 12:00 pm
NEW! “Phantom of the Universe” family-friendly Planetarium noon show
Jun 8 @ 12:00 pm – 12:45 pm
NEW RELEASE: June 2017 is the first showing in this planetarium. We show three different planetarium shows each day, and we have a live orientation to what you can see in our local night sky as the initial part of each show (this is our sneaky way of getting you[...]
Live Animal Presentation 1:15 pm
Live Animal Presentation
Jun 8 @ 1:15 pm – 1:45 pm
A live animal demonstration is given daily at 1 pm, usually in the main building of the Nature Center. Meet giant friendly snakes and other lovely critters — each week is different!
PN #2: “From Earth to the Universe” Planetarium Show 2:00 pm
PN #2: “From Earth to the Universe” Planetarium Show
Jun 8 @ 2:00 pm – 2:45 pm
We show three different planetarium shows each day, and we have a live orientation to what you can see in our local night sky as the initial part of each show (this is our sneaky way of getting you dark-adapted!), followed by a fulldome planetarium “movie.” This show, from the[...]
PN #3 “Distant Worlds: Alien Life?” plus/optional “Spring Stargazing” — or Potluck! 3:00 pm
PN #3 “Distant Worlds: Alien Life?” plus/optional “Spring Stargazing” — or Potluck!
Jun 8 @ 3:00 pm – 3:45 pm
See the “Scientific Best Guess” at what alien life forms might look like on some of the exoplanets that have been discovered by the Kepler and Corot missions. Conditions are not exactly Earth-like, so neither are the expected adaptations: these “best guess” life forms are entirely speculation based on the[...]
Southwest Florida Photographic Society Monthly Meeting 6:30 pm
Southwest Florida Photographic Society Monthly Meeting
Jun 8 @ 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm
Open to the public, to all photographers at all skill levels, to share techniques, knowledge and friendships. Meeting is in Iona House. For details of this month’s meeting, please see http://calusanature.org/events
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Solar Observing (Weather Permitting) at 11:00 Fridays 11:00 am
Solar Observing (Weather Permitting) at 11:00 Fridays
Jun 9 @ 11:00 am – 11:45 am
Solar Observing (Weather Permitting) Every Friday at 11:45, (clear skies permitting) Live solar observing using the Coronado Solar Telescope: Are there sunspots today? Prominences? A flare? Planetarium volunteers and/or staff will show you the Sun “live” as few people get to see it. Catch our narrow-band filter’s detailed view of[...]
NEW! “Phantom of the Universe” family-friendly Planetarium noon show 12:00 pm
NEW! “Phantom of the Universe” family-friendly Planetarium noon show
Jun 9 @ 12:00 pm – 12:45 pm
NEW RELEASE: June 2017 is the first showing in this planetarium. We show three different planetarium shows each day, and we have a live orientation to what you can see in our local night sky as the initial part of each show (this is our sneaky way of getting you[...]
Live Animal Presentation 1:15 pm
Live Animal Presentation
Jun 9 @ 1:15 pm – 1:45 pm
A live animal demonstration is given daily at 1 pm, usually in the main building of the Nature Center. Meet giant friendly snakes and other lovely critters — each week is different!
PN #2: “From Earth to the Universe” Planetarium Show 2:00 pm
PN #2: “From Earth to the Universe” Planetarium Show
Jun 9 @ 2:00 pm – 2:45 pm
We show three different planetarium shows each day, and we have a live orientation to what you can see in our local night sky as the initial part of each show (this is our sneaky way of getting you dark-adapted!), followed by a fulldome planetarium “movie.” This show, from the[...]
PN #3 “Distant Worlds: Alien Life?” plus/optional “Spring Stargazing” — or Potluck! 3:00 pm
PN #3 “Distant Worlds: Alien Life?” plus/optional “Spring Stargazing” — or Potluck!
Jun 9 @ 3:00 pm – 3:45 pm
See the “Scientific Best Guess” at what alien life forms might look like on some of the exoplanets that have been discovered by the Kepler and Corot missions. Conditions are not exactly Earth-like, so neither are the expected adaptations: these “best guess” life forms are entirely speculation based on the[...]
“From the Ashes” pre-release screening: Planetarium. Sierra Club and All Faiths Unitarian hosting. 6:30 pm
“From the Ashes” pre-release screening: Planetarium. Sierra Club and All Faiths Unitarian hosting.
Jun 9 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
"From the Ashes" pre-release screening: Planetarium. Sierra Club and All Faiths Unitarian hosting.
Price: $5.00 /per person It’s pre-release MOVIE NIGHT at the Calusa Nature Center Planetarium!   Come see the National Geographic and Bloomberg Philanthropies 2017 Tribeca Selected Film screening of From The Ashes well ahead of its upcoming global release and learn more about the reality of the coal industry: a compelling[...]
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Get Outdoors Day – Family Fun All Day!
Get Outdoors Day – Family Fun All Day!
Jun 10 all-day
Join us for awesome summery fun including a Guided Nature Hike every 45 minutes, Water Wars, a masterful wood-carving display by the Caloosa Carvers Club and a Watermelon Eating and Seed Spitting contest, with fabulous prizes like laser show tickets or ice cream certificates!
NEW! “Phantom of the Universe” family-friendly Planetarium noon show 12:00 pm
NEW! “Phantom of the Universe” family-friendly Planetarium noon show
Jun 10 @ 12:00 pm – 12:45 pm
NEW RELEASE: June 2017 is the first showing in this planetarium. We show three different planetarium shows each day, and we have a live orientation to what you can see in our local night sky as the initial part of each show (this is our sneaky way of getting you[...]
Live Animal Presentation 1:15 pm
Live Animal Presentation
Jun 10 @ 1:15 pm – 1:45 pm
A live animal demonstration is given daily at 1 pm, usually in the main building of the Nature Center. Meet giant friendly snakes and other lovely critters — each week is different!
PN #2: “From Earth to the Universe” Planetarium Show 2:00 pm
PN #2: “From Earth to the Universe” Planetarium Show
Jun 10 @ 2:00 pm – 2:45 pm
We show three different planetarium shows each day, and we have a live orientation to what you can see in our local night sky as the initial part of each show (this is our sneaky way of getting you dark-adapted!), followed by a fulldome planetarium “movie.” This show, from the[...]
PN #3 “Distant Worlds: Alien Life?” plus/optional “Spring Stargazing” — or Potluck! 3:00 pm
PN #3 “Distant Worlds: Alien Life?” plus/optional “Spring Stargazing” — or Potluck!
Jun 10 @ 3:00 pm – 3:45 pm
See the “Scientific Best Guess” at what alien life forms might look like on some of the exoplanets that have been discovered by the Kepler and Corot missions. Conditions are not exactly Earth-like, so neither are the expected adaptations: these “best guess” life forms are entirely speculation based on the[...]
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NEW! “Phantom of the Universe” family-friendly Planetarium noon show 12:00 pm
NEW! “Phantom of the Universe” family-friendly Planetarium noon show
Jun 11 @ 12:00 pm – 12:45 pm
NEW RELEASE: June 2017 is the first showing in this planetarium. We show three different planetarium shows each day, and we have a live orientation to what you can see in our local night sky as the initial part of each show (this is our sneaky way of getting you[...]
Live Animal Presentation 1:15 pm
Live Animal Presentation
Jun 11 @ 1:15 pm – 1:45 pm
A live animal demonstration is given daily at 1 pm, usually in the main building of the Nature Center. Meet giant friendly snakes and other lovely critters — each week is different!
PN #2: “From Earth to the Universe” Planetarium Show 2:00 pm
PN #2: “From Earth to the Universe” Planetarium Show
Jun 11 @ 2:00 pm – 2:45 pm
We show three different planetarium shows each day, and we have a live orientation to what you can see in our local night sky as the initial part of each show (this is our sneaky way of getting you dark-adapted!), followed by a fulldome planetarium “movie.” This show, from the[...]
PN #3 “Distant Worlds: Alien Life?” plus/optional “Spring Stargazing” — or Potluck! 3:00 pm
PN #3 “Distant Worlds: Alien Life?” plus/optional “Spring Stargazing” — or Potluck!
Jun 11 @ 3:00 pm – 3:45 pm
See the “Scientific Best Guess” at what alien life forms might look like on some of the exoplanets that have been discovered by the Kepler and Corot missions. Conditions are not exactly Earth-like, so neither are the expected adaptations: these “best guess” life forms are entirely speculation based on the[...]
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NEW! “Phantom of the Universe” family-friendly Planetarium noon show 12:00 pm
NEW! “Phantom of the Universe” family-friendly Planetarium noon show
Jun 12 @ 12:00 pm – 12:45 pm
NEW RELEASE: June 2017 is the first showing in this planetarium. We show three different planetarium shows each day, and we have a live orientation to what you can see in our local night sky as the initial part of each show (this is our sneaky way of getting you[...]
Live Animal Presentation 1:15 pm
Live Animal Presentation
Jun 12 @ 1:15 pm – 1:45 pm
A live animal demonstration is given daily at 1 pm, usually in the main building of the Nature Center. Meet giant friendly snakes and other lovely critters — each week is different!
PN #2: “From Earth to the Universe” Planetarium Show 2:00 pm
PN #2: “From Earth to the Universe” Planetarium Show
Jun 12 @ 2:00 pm – 2:45 pm
We show three different planetarium shows each day, and we have a live orientation to what you can see in our local night sky as the initial part of each show (this is our sneaky way of getting you dark-adapted!), followed by a fulldome planetarium “movie.” This show, from the[...]
PN #3 “Distant Worlds: Alien Life?” plus/optional “Spring Stargazing” — or Potluck! 3:00 pm
PN #3 “Distant Worlds: Alien Life?” plus/optional “Spring Stargazing” — or Potluck!
Jun 12 @ 3:00 pm – 3:45 pm
See the “Scientific Best Guess” at what alien life forms might look like on some of the exoplanets that have been discovered by the Kepler and Corot missions. Conditions are not exactly Earth-like, so neither are the expected adaptations: these “best guess” life forms are entirely speculation based on the[...]
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NEW! “Phantom of the Universe” family-friendly Planetarium noon show 12:00 pm
NEW! “Phantom of the Universe” family-friendly Planetarium noon show
Jun 13 @ 12:00 pm – 12:45 pm
NEW RELEASE: June 2017 is the first showing in this planetarium. We show three different planetarium shows each day, and we have a live orientation to what you can see in our local night sky as the initial part of each show (this is our sneaky way of getting you[...]
Live Animal Presentation 1:15 pm
Live Animal Presentation
Jun 13 @ 1:15 pm – 1:45 pm
A live animal demonstration is given daily at 1 pm, usually in the main building of the Nature Center. Meet giant friendly snakes and other lovely critters — each week is different!
PN #2: “From Earth to the Universe” Planetarium Show 2:00 pm
PN #2: “From Earth to the Universe” Planetarium Show
Jun 13 @ 2:00 pm – 2:45 pm
We show three different planetarium shows each day, and we have a live orientation to what you can see in our local night sky as the initial part of each show (this is our sneaky way of getting you dark-adapted!), followed by a fulldome planetarium “movie.” This show, from the[...]
PN #3 “Distant Worlds: Alien Life?” plus/optional “Spring Stargazing” — or Potluck! 3:00 pm
PN #3 “Distant Worlds: Alien Life?” plus/optional “Spring Stargazing” — or Potluck!
Jun 13 @ 3:00 pm – 3:45 pm
See the “Scientific Best Guess” at what alien life forms might look like on some of the exoplanets that have been discovered by the Kepler and Corot missions. Conditions are not exactly Earth-like, so neither are the expected adaptations: these “best guess” life forms are entirely speculation based on the[...]
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NEW! “Phantom of the Universe” family-friendly Planetarium noon show 12:00 pm
NEW! “Phantom of the Universe” family-friendly Planetarium noon show
Jun 14 @ 12:00 pm – 12:45 pm
NEW RELEASE: June 2017 is the first showing in this planetarium. We show three different planetarium shows each day, and we have a live orientation to what you can see in our local night sky as the initial part of each show (this is our sneaky way of getting you[...]
Live Animal Presentation 1:15 pm
Live Animal Presentation
Jun 14 @ 1:15 pm – 1:45 pm
A live animal demonstration is given daily at 1 pm, usually in the main building of the Nature Center. Meet giant friendly snakes and other lovely critters — each week is different!
PN #2: “From Earth to the Universe” Planetarium Show 2:00 pm
PN #2: “From Earth to the Universe” Planetarium Show
Jun 14 @ 2:00 pm – 2:45 pm
We show three different planetarium shows each day, and we have a live orientation to what you can see in our local night sky as the initial part of each show (this is our sneaky way of getting you dark-adapted!), followed by a fulldome planetarium “movie.” This show, from the[...]
PN #3 “Distant Worlds: Alien Life?” plus/optional “Spring Stargazing” — or Potluck! 3:00 pm
PN #3 “Distant Worlds: Alien Life?” plus/optional “Spring Stargazing” — or Potluck!
Jun 14 @ 3:00 pm – 3:45 pm
See the “Scientific Best Guess” at what alien life forms might look like on some of the exoplanets that have been discovered by the Kepler and Corot missions. Conditions are not exactly Earth-like, so neither are the expected adaptations: these “best guess” life forms are entirely speculation based on the[...]
Sierra Club Monthly Meeting in Iona House 6:00 pm
Sierra Club Monthly Meeting in Iona House
Jun 14 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm
Open to the public, in the Iona House.  To explore, enjoy and protect the wild places of the earth.  The Calusa Group covers a four county area in SW Florida. For details of this month’s meeting, see http://calusanature.org/events
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Guided Trail Hike with Education Naturalist (RSVP required) 10:00 am
Guided Trail Hike with Education Naturalist (RSVP required)
Jun 15 @ 10:00 am – 10:45 am
Select RSVP Here — under ABOUT US tab and CONTACT option
NEW! “Phantom of the Universe” family-friendly Planetarium noon show 12:00 pm
NEW! “Phantom of the Universe” family-friendly Planetarium noon show
Jun 15 @ 12:00 pm – 12:45 pm
NEW RELEASE: June 2017 is the first showing in this planetarium. We show three different planetarium shows each day, and we have a live orientation to what you can see in our local night sky as the initial part of each show (this is our sneaky way of getting you[...]
Live Animal Presentation 1:15 pm
Live Animal Presentation
Jun 15 @ 1:15 pm – 1:45 pm
A live animal demonstration is given daily at 1 pm, usually in the main building of the Nature Center. Meet giant friendly snakes and other lovely critters — each week is different!
PN #2: “From Earth to the Universe” Planetarium Show 2:00 pm
PN #2: “From Earth to the Universe” Planetarium Show
Jun 15 @ 2:00 pm – 2:45 pm
We show three different planetarium shows each day, and we have a live orientation to what you can see in our local night sky as the initial part of each show (this is our sneaky way of getting you dark-adapted!), followed by a fulldome planetarium “movie.” This show, from the[...]
PN #3 “Distant Worlds: Alien Life?” plus/optional “Spring Stargazing” — or Potluck! 3:00 pm
PN #3 “Distant Worlds: Alien Life?” plus/optional “Spring Stargazing” — or Potluck!
Jun 15 @ 3:00 pm – 3:45 pm
See the “Scientific Best Guess” at what alien life forms might look like on some of the exoplanets that have been discovered by the Kepler and Corot missions. Conditions are not exactly Earth-like, so neither are the expected adaptations: these “best guess” life forms are entirely speculation based on the[...]
Audubon of Southwest Florida Monthly Meeting 6:00 pm
Audubon of Southwest Florida Monthly Meeting
Jun 15 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm
Open to the public. Meeting is usually held in the Iona House (but for example the March 2015 meeting was in the planetarium: see http://calusanature.org/events/ for important monthly details, or the Audubon Society of SW Florida Facebook page (opens in new tab): https://www.facebook.com/AudubonSWFL).  To protect birds, plants and other animals[...]
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Laser Shows in the Planetarium 7 pm, 8 pm, 9 pm, 10 pm
Laser Shows in the Planetarium 7 pm, 8 pm, 9 pm, 10 pm
Jun 16 all-day
Laser Shows in the Planetarium 7 pm, 8 pm, 9 pm, 10 pm
Select “Laser Shows” from Planetarium tab to see the schedule! Tickets sold at the door.
Solar Observing (Weather Permitting) at 11:00 Fridays 11:00 am
Solar Observing (Weather Permitting) at 11:00 Fridays
Jun 16 @ 11:00 am – 11:45 am
Solar Observing (Weather Permitting) Every Friday at 11:45, (clear skies permitting) Live solar observing using the Coronado Solar Telescope: Are there sunspots today? Prominences? A flare? Planetarium volunteers and/or staff will show you the Sun “live” as few people get to see it. Catch our narrow-band filter’s detailed view of[...]
NEW! “Phantom of the Universe” family-friendly Planetarium noon show 12:00 pm
NEW! “Phantom of the Universe” family-friendly Planetarium noon show
Jun 16 @ 12:00 pm – 12:45 pm
NEW RELEASE: June 2017 is the first showing in this planetarium. We show three different planetarium shows each day, and we have a live orientation to what you can see in our local night sky as the initial part of each show (this is our sneaky way of getting you[...]
Live Animal Presentation 1:15 pm
Live Animal Presentation
Jun 16 @ 1:15 pm – 1:45 pm
A live animal demonstration is given daily at 1 pm, usually in the main building of the Nature Center. Meet giant friendly snakes and other lovely critters — each week is different!
PN #2: “From Earth to the Universe” Planetarium Show 2:00 pm
PN #2: “From Earth to the Universe” Planetarium Show
Jun 16 @ 2:00 pm – 2:45 pm
We show three different planetarium shows each day, and we have a live orientation to what you can see in our local night sky as the initial part of each show (this is our sneaky way of getting you dark-adapted!), followed by a fulldome planetarium “movie.” This show, from the[...]
PN #3 “Distant Worlds: Alien Life?” plus/optional “Spring Stargazing” — or Potluck! 3:00 pm
PN #3 “Distant Worlds: Alien Life?” plus/optional “Spring Stargazing” — or Potluck!
Jun 16 @ 3:00 pm – 3:45 pm
See the “Scientific Best Guess” at what alien life forms might look like on some of the exoplanets that have been discovered by the Kepler and Corot missions. Conditions are not exactly Earth-like, so neither are the expected adaptations: these “best guess” life forms are entirely speculation based on the[...]
Kids’ Laser Show: Legends of the Night Sky 4:00 pm
Kids’ Laser Show: Legends of the Night Sky
Jun 16 @ 4:00 pm – 4:30 pm
Kids' Laser Show: Legends of the Night Sky
“Legends of the Night Sky: Orion” or “Legends of the Night Sky: Perseus and Andromeda” are the two shows on offer for the 4 pm Kids’ Laser shows. We will alternate these according to the schedule on the Planetarium tab, choose “Laser Shows” to see the schedule, and scroll down[...]
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Laser Shows in the Planetarium 7 pm, 8 pm, 9 pm, 10 pm
Laser Shows in the Planetarium 7 pm, 8 pm, 9 pm, 10 pm
Jun 17 all-day
Laser Shows in the Planetarium 7 pm, 8 pm, 9 pm, 10 pm
Select “Laser Shows” from Planetarium tab to see the schedule! Tickets sold at the door.
NEW! “Phantom of the Universe” family-friendly Planetarium noon show 12:00 pm
NEW! “Phantom of the Universe” family-friendly Planetarium noon show
Jun 17 @ 12:00 pm – 12:45 pm
NEW RELEASE: June 2017 is the first showing in this planetarium. We show three different planetarium shows each day, and we have a live orientation to what you can see in our local night sky as the initial part of each show (this is our sneaky way of getting you[...]
Live Animal Presentation 1:15 pm
Live Animal Presentation
Jun 17 @ 1:15 pm – 1:45 pm
A live animal demonstration is given daily at 1 pm, usually in the main building of the Nature Center. Meet giant friendly snakes and other lovely critters — each week is different!
PN #2: “From Earth to the Universe” Planetarium Show 2:00 pm
PN #2: “From Earth to the Universe” Planetarium Show
Jun 17 @ 2:00 pm – 2:45 pm
We show three different planetarium shows each day, and we have a live orientation to what you can see in our local night sky as the initial part of each show (this is our sneaky way of getting you dark-adapted!), followed by a fulldome planetarium “movie.” This show, from the[...]
PN #3 “Distant Worlds: Alien Life?” plus/optional “Spring Stargazing” — or Potluck! 3:00 pm
PN #3 “Distant Worlds: Alien Life?” plus/optional “Spring Stargazing” — or Potluck!
Jun 17 @ 3:00 pm – 3:45 pm
See the “Scientific Best Guess” at what alien life forms might look like on some of the exoplanets that have been discovered by the Kepler and Corot missions. Conditions are not exactly Earth-like, so neither are the expected adaptations: these “best guess” life forms are entirely speculation based on the[...]
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Laser Shows in the Planetarium 7 pm, 8 pm, 9 pm, 10 pm
Laser Shows in the Planetarium 7 pm, 8 pm, 9 pm, 10 pm
Jun 18 all-day
Laser Shows in the Planetarium 7 pm, 8 pm, 9 pm, 10 pm
Select “Laser Shows” from Planetarium tab to see the schedule! Tickets sold at the door.
NEW! “Phantom of the Universe” family-friendly Planetarium noon show 12:00 pm
NEW! “Phantom of the Universe” family-friendly Planetarium noon show
Jun 18 @ 12:00 pm – 12:45 pm
NEW RELEASE: June 2017 is the first showing in this planetarium. We show three different planetarium shows each day, and we have a live orientation to what you can see in our local night sky as the initial part of each show (this is our sneaky way of getting you[...]
Live Animal Presentation 1:15 pm
Live Animal Presentation
Jun 18 @ 1:15 pm – 1:45 pm
A live animal demonstration is given daily at 1 pm, usually in the main building of the Nature Center. Meet giant friendly snakes and other lovely critters — each week is different!
PN #2: “From Earth to the Universe” Planetarium Show 2:00 pm
PN #2: “From Earth to the Universe” Planetarium Show
Jun 18 @ 2:00 pm – 2:45 pm
We show three different planetarium shows each day, and we have a live orientation to what you can see in our local night sky as the initial part of each show (this is our sneaky way of getting you dark-adapted!), followed by a fulldome planetarium “movie.” This show, from the[...]
PN #3 “Distant Worlds: Alien Life?” plus/optional “Spring Stargazing” — or Potluck! 3:00 pm
PN #3 “Distant Worlds: Alien Life?” plus/optional “Spring Stargazing” — or Potluck!
Jun 18 @ 3:00 pm – 3:45 pm
See the “Scientific Best Guess” at what alien life forms might look like on some of the exoplanets that have been discovered by the Kepler and Corot missions. Conditions are not exactly Earth-like, so neither are the expected adaptations: these “best guess” life forms are entirely speculation based on the[...]
Kids’ Laser Show: Legends of the Night Sky 4:00 pm
Kids’ Laser Show: Legends of the Night Sky
Jun 18 @ 4:00 pm – 4:30 pm
Kids' Laser Show: Legends of the Night Sky
“Legends of the Night Sky: Orion” or “Legends of the Night Sky: Perseus and Andromeda” are the two shows on offer for the 4 pm Kids’ Laser shows. We will alternate these according to the schedule on the Planetarium tab, choose “Laser Shows” to see the schedule, and scroll down[...]
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NEW! “Phantom of the Universe” family-friendly Planetarium noon show 12:00 pm
NEW! “Phantom of the Universe” family-friendly Planetarium noon show
Jun 19 @ 12:00 pm – 12:45 pm
NEW RELEASE: June 2017 is the first showing in this planetarium. We show three different planetarium shows each day, and we have a live orientation to what you can see in our local night sky as the initial part of each show (this is our sneaky way of getting you[...]
Live Animal Presentation 1:15 pm
Live Animal Presentation
Jun 19 @ 1:15 pm – 1:45 pm
A live animal demonstration is given daily at 1 pm, usually in the main building of the Nature Center. Meet giant friendly snakes and other lovely critters — each week is different!
PN #2: “From Earth to the Universe” Planetarium Show 2:00 pm
PN #2: “From Earth to the Universe” Planetarium Show
Jun 19 @ 2:00 pm – 2:45 pm
We show three different planetarium shows each day, and we have a live orientation to what you can see in our local night sky as the initial part of each show (this is our sneaky way of getting you dark-adapted!), followed by a fulldome planetarium “movie.” This show, from the[...]
PN #3 “Distant Worlds: Alien Life?” plus/optional “Spring Stargazing” — or Potluck! 3:00 pm
PN #3 “Distant Worlds: Alien Life?” plus/optional “Spring Stargazing” — or Potluck!
Jun 19 @ 3:00 pm – 3:45 pm
See the “Scientific Best Guess” at what alien life forms might look like on some of the exoplanets that have been discovered by the Kepler and Corot missions. Conditions are not exactly Earth-like, so neither are the expected adaptations: these “best guess” life forms are entirely speculation based on the[...]
Kids’ Laser Show: Legends of the Night Sky 4:00 pm
Kids’ Laser Show: Legends of the Night Sky
Jun 19 @ 4:00 pm – 4:30 pm
Kids' Laser Show: Legends of the Night Sky
“Legends of the Night Sky: Orion” or “Legends of the Night Sky: Perseus and Andromeda” are the two shows on offer for the 4 pm Kids’ Laser shows. We will alternate these according to the schedule on the Planetarium tab, choose “Laser Shows” to see the schedule, and scroll down[...]
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NEW! “Phantom of the Universe” family-friendly Planetarium noon show 12:00 pm
NEW! “Phantom of the Universe” family-friendly Planetarium noon show
Jun 20 @ 12:00 pm – 12:45 pm
NEW RELEASE: June 2017 is the first showing in this planetarium. We show three different planetarium shows each day, and we have a live orientation to what you can see in our local night sky as the initial part of each show (this is our sneaky way of getting you[...]
Live Animal Presentation 1:15 pm
Live Animal Presentation
Jun 20 @ 1:15 pm – 1:45 pm
A live animal demonstration is given daily at 1 pm, usually in the main building of the Nature Center. Meet giant friendly snakes and other lovely critters — each week is different!
PN #2: “From Earth to the Universe” Planetarium Show 2:00 pm
PN #2: “From Earth to the Universe” Planetarium Show
Jun 20 @ 2:00 pm – 2:45 pm
We show three different planetarium shows each day, and we have a live orientation to what you can see in our local night sky as the initial part of each show (this is our sneaky way of getting you dark-adapted!), followed by a fulldome planetarium “movie.” This show, from the[...]
PN #3 “Distant Worlds: Alien Life?” plus/optional “Spring Stargazing” — or Potluck! 3:00 pm
PN #3 “Distant Worlds: Alien Life?” plus/optional “Spring Stargazing” — or Potluck!
Jun 20 @ 3:00 pm – 3:45 pm
See the “Scientific Best Guess” at what alien life forms might look like on some of the exoplanets that have been discovered by the Kepler and Corot missions. Conditions are not exactly Earth-like, so neither are the expected adaptations: these “best guess” life forms are entirely speculation based on the[...]
Kids’ Laser Show: Legends of the Night Sky 4:00 pm
Kids’ Laser Show: Legends of the Night Sky
Jun 20 @ 4:00 pm – 4:30 pm
Kids' Laser Show: Legends of the Night Sky
“Legends of the Night Sky: Orion” or “Legends of the Night Sky: Perseus and Andromeda” are the two shows on offer for the 4 pm Kids’ Laser shows. We will alternate these according to the schedule on the Planetarium tab, choose “Laser Shows” to see the schedule, and scroll down[...]
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NEW! “Phantom of the Universe” family-friendly Planetarium noon show 12:00 pm
NEW! “Phantom of the Universe” family-friendly Planetarium noon show
Jun 21 @ 12:00 pm – 12:45 pm
NEW RELEASE: June 2017 is the first showing in this planetarium. We show three different planetarium shows each day, and we have a live orientation to what you can see in our local night sky as the initial part of each show (this is our sneaky way of getting you[...]
Live Animal Presentation 1:15 pm
Live Animal Presentation
Jun 21 @ 1:15 pm – 1:45 pm
A live animal demonstration is given daily at 1 pm, usually in the main building of the Nature Center. Meet giant friendly snakes and other lovely critters — each week is different!
PN #2: “From Earth to the Universe” Planetarium Show 2:00 pm
PN #2: “From Earth to the Universe” Planetarium Show
Jun 21 @ 2:00 pm – 2:45 pm
We show three different planetarium shows each day, and we have a live orientation to what you can see in our local night sky as the initial part of each show (this is our sneaky way of getting you dark-adapted!), followed by a fulldome planetarium “movie.” This show, from the[...]
PN #3 “Distant Worlds: Alien Life?” plus/optional “Spring Stargazing” — or Potluck! 3:00 pm
PN #3 “Distant Worlds: Alien Life?” plus/optional “Spring Stargazing” — or Potluck!
Jun 21 @ 3:00 pm – 3:45 pm
See the “Scientific Best Guess” at what alien life forms might look like on some of the exoplanets that have been discovered by the Kepler and Corot missions. Conditions are not exactly Earth-like, so neither are the expected adaptations: these “best guess” life forms are entirely speculation based on the[...]
Kids’ Laser Show: Legends of the Night Sky 4:00 pm
Kids’ Laser Show: Legends of the Night Sky
Jun 21 @ 4:00 pm – 4:30 pm
Kids' Laser Show: Legends of the Night Sky
“Legends of the Night Sky: Orion” or “Legends of the Night Sky: Perseus and Andromeda” are the two shows on offer for the 4 pm Kids’ Laser shows. We will alternate these according to the schedule on the Planetarium tab, choose “Laser Shows” to see the schedule, and scroll down[...]
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Guided Trail Hike with Education Naturalist (RSVP required) 10:00 am
Guided Trail Hike with Education Naturalist (RSVP required)
Jun 22 @ 10:00 am – 10:45 am
Select RSVP Here — under ABOUT US tab and CONTACT option
NEW! “Phantom of the Universe” family-friendly Planetarium noon show 12:00 pm
NEW! “Phantom of the Universe” family-friendly Planetarium noon show
Jun 22 @ 12:00 pm – 12:45 pm
NEW RELEASE: June 2017 is the first showing in this planetarium. We show three different planetarium shows each day, and we have a live orientation to what you can see in our local night sky as the initial part of each show (this is our sneaky way of getting you[...]
Live Animal Presentation 1:15 pm
Live Animal Presentation
Jun 22 @ 1:15 pm – 1:45 pm
A live animal demonstration is given daily at 1 pm, usually in the main building of the Nature Center. Meet giant friendly snakes and other lovely critters — each week is different!
PN #2: “From Earth to the Universe” Planetarium Show 2:00 pm
PN #2: “From Earth to the Universe” Planetarium Show
Jun 22 @ 2:00 pm – 2:45 pm
We show three different planetarium shows each day, and we have a live orientation to what you can see in our local night sky as the initial part of each show (this is our sneaky way of getting you dark-adapted!), followed by a fulldome planetarium “movie.” This show, from the[...]
PN #3 “Distant Worlds: Alien Life?” plus/optional “Spring Stargazing” — or Potluck! 3:00 pm
PN #3 “Distant Worlds: Alien Life?” plus/optional “Spring Stargazing” — or Potluck!
Jun 22 @ 3:00 pm – 3:45 pm
See the “Scientific Best Guess” at what alien life forms might look like on some of the exoplanets that have been discovered by the Kepler and Corot missions. Conditions are not exactly Earth-like, so neither are the expected adaptations: these “best guess” life forms are entirely speculation based on the[...]
Kids’ Laser Show: Legends of the Night Sky 4:00 pm
Kids’ Laser Show: Legends of the Night Sky
Jun 22 @ 4:00 pm – 4:30 pm
Kids' Laser Show: Legends of the Night Sky
“Legends of the Night Sky: Orion” or “Legends of the Night Sky: Perseus and Andromeda” are the two shows on offer for the 4 pm Kids’ Laser shows. We will alternate these according to the schedule on the Planetarium tab, choose “Laser Shows” to see the schedule, and scroll down[...]
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Laser Shows in the Planetarium 7 pm, 8 pm, 9 pm, 10 pm
Laser Shows in the Planetarium 7 pm, 8 pm, 9 pm, 10 pm
Jun 23 all-day
Laser Shows in the Planetarium 7 pm, 8 pm, 9 pm, 10 pm
Select “Laser Shows” from Planetarium tab to see the schedule! Tickets sold at the door.
Solar Observing (Weather Permitting) at 11:00 Fridays 11:00 am
Solar Observing (Weather Permitting) at 11:00 Fridays
Jun 23 @ 11:00 am – 11:45 am
Solar Observing (Weather Permitting) Every Friday at 11:45, (clear skies permitting) Live solar observing using the Coronado Solar Telescope: Are there sunspots today? Prominences? A flare? Planetarium volunteers and/or staff will show you the Sun “live” as few people get to see it. Catch our narrow-band filter’s detailed view of[...]
NEW! “Phantom of the Universe” family-friendly Planetarium noon show 12:00 pm
NEW! “Phantom of the Universe” family-friendly Planetarium noon show
Jun 23 @ 12:00 pm – 12:45 pm
NEW RELEASE: June 2017 is the first showing in this planetarium. We show three different planetarium shows each day, and we have a live orientation to what you can see in our local night sky as the initial part of each show (this is our sneaky way of getting you[...]
Live Animal Presentation 1:15 pm
Live Animal Presentation
Jun 23 @ 1:15 pm – 1:45 pm
A live animal demonstration is given daily at 1 pm, usually in the main building of the Nature Center. Meet giant friendly snakes and other lovely critters — each week is different!
PN #2: “From Earth to the Universe” Planetarium Show 2:00 pm
PN #2: “From Earth to the Universe” Planetarium Show
Jun 23 @ 2:00 pm – 2:45 pm
We show three different planetarium shows each day, and we have a live orientation to what you can see in our local night sky as the initial part of each show (this is our sneaky way of getting you dark-adapted!), followed by a fulldome planetarium “movie.” This show, from the[...]
PN #3 “Distant Worlds: Alien Life?” plus/optional “Spring Stargazing” — or Potluck! 3:00 pm
PN #3 “Distant Worlds: Alien Life?” plus/optional “Spring Stargazing” — or Potluck!
Jun 23 @ 3:00 pm – 3:45 pm
See the “Scientific Best Guess” at what alien life forms might look like on some of the exoplanets that have been discovered by the Kepler and Corot missions. Conditions are not exactly Earth-like, so neither are the expected adaptations: these “best guess” life forms are entirely speculation based on the[...]
Kids’ Laser Show: Legends of the Night Sky 4:00 pm
Kids’ Laser Show: Legends of the Night Sky
Jun 23 @ 4:00 pm – 4:30 pm
Kids' Laser Show: Legends of the Night Sky
“Legends of the Night Sky: Orion” or “Legends of the Night Sky: Perseus and Andromeda” are the two shows on offer for the 4 pm Kids’ Laser shows. We will alternate these according to the schedule on the Planetarium tab, choose “Laser Shows” to see the schedule, and scroll down[...]
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Laser Shows in the Planetarium 7 pm, 8 pm, 9 pm, 10 pm
Laser Shows in the Planetarium 7 pm, 8 pm, 9 pm, 10 pm
Jun 24 all-day
Laser Shows in the Planetarium 7 pm, 8 pm, 9 pm, 10 pm
Select “Laser Shows” from Planetarium tab to see the schedule! Tickets sold at the door.
NEW! “Phantom of the Universe” family-friendly Planetarium noon show 12:00 pm
NEW! “Phantom of the Universe” family-friendly Planetarium noon show
Jun 24 @ 12:00 pm – 12:45 pm
NEW RELEASE: June 2017 is the first showing in this planetarium. We show three different planetarium shows each day, and we have a live orientation to what you can see in our local night sky as the initial part of each show (this is our sneaky way of getting you[...]
Live Animal Presentation 1:15 pm
Live Animal Presentation
Jun 24 @ 1:15 pm – 1:45 pm
A live animal demonstration is given daily at 1 pm, usually in the main building of the Nature Center. Meet giant friendly snakes and other lovely critters — each week is different!
PN #2: “From Earth to the Universe” Planetarium Show 2:00 pm
PN #2: “From Earth to the Universe” Planetarium Show
Jun 24 @ 2:00 pm – 2:45 pm
We show three different planetarium shows each day, and we have a live orientation to what you can see in our local night sky as the initial part of each show (this is our sneaky way of getting you dark-adapted!), followed by a fulldome planetarium “movie.” This show, from the[...]
PN #3 “Distant Worlds: Alien Life?” plus/optional “Spring Stargazing” — or Potluck! 3:00 pm
PN #3 “Distant Worlds: Alien Life?” plus/optional “Spring Stargazing” — or Potluck!
Jun 24 @ 3:00 pm – 3:45 pm
See the “Scientific Best Guess” at what alien life forms might look like on some of the exoplanets that have been discovered by the Kepler and Corot missions. Conditions are not exactly Earth-like, so neither are the expected adaptations: these “best guess” life forms are entirely speculation based on the[...]
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Laser Shows in the Planetarium 7 pm, 8 pm, 9 pm, 10 pm
Laser Shows in the Planetarium 7 pm, 8 pm, 9 pm, 10 pm
Jun 25 all-day
Laser Shows in the Planetarium 7 pm, 8 pm, 9 pm, 10 pm
Select “Laser Shows” from Planetarium tab to see the schedule! Tickets sold at the door.
NEW! “Phantom of the Universe” family-friendly Planetarium noon show 12:00 pm
NEW! “Phantom of the Universe” family-friendly Planetarium noon show
Jun 25 @ 12:00 pm – 12:45 pm
NEW RELEASE: June 2017 is the first showing in this planetarium. We show three different planetarium shows each day, and we have a live orientation to what you can see in our local night sky as the initial part of each show (this is our sneaky way of getting you[...]
Live Animal Presentation 1:15 pm
Live Animal Presentation
Jun 25 @ 1:15 pm – 1:45 pm
A live animal demonstration is given daily at 1 pm, usually in the main building of the Nature Center. Meet giant friendly snakes and other lovely critters — each week is different!
PN #2: “From Earth to the Universe” Planetarium Show 2:00 pm
PN #2: “From Earth to the Universe” Planetarium Show
Jun 25 @ 2:00 pm – 2:45 pm
We show three different planetarium shows each day, and we have a live orientation to what you can see in our local night sky as the initial part of each show (this is our sneaky way of getting you dark-adapted!), followed by a fulldome planetarium “movie.” This show, from the[...]
PN #3 “Distant Worlds: Alien Life?” plus/optional “Spring Stargazing” — or Potluck! 3:00 pm
PN #3 “Distant Worlds: Alien Life?” plus/optional “Spring Stargazing” — or Potluck!
Jun 25 @ 3:00 pm – 3:45 pm
See the “Scientific Best Guess” at what alien life forms might look like on some of the exoplanets that have been discovered by the Kepler and Corot missions. Conditions are not exactly Earth-like, so neither are the expected adaptations: these “best guess” life forms are entirely speculation based on the[...]
Kids’ Laser Show: Legends of the Night Sky 4:00 pm
Kids’ Laser Show: Legends of the Night Sky
Jun 25 @ 4:00 pm – 4:30 pm
Kids' Laser Show: Legends of the Night Sky
“Legends of the Night Sky: Orion” or “Legends of the Night Sky: Perseus and Andromeda” are the two shows on offer for the 4 pm Kids’ Laser shows. We will alternate these according to the schedule on the Planetarium tab, choose “Laser Shows” to see the schedule, and scroll down[...]
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NEW! “Phantom of the Universe” family-friendly Planetarium noon show 12:00 pm
NEW! “Phantom of the Universe” family-friendly Planetarium noon show
Jun 26 @ 12:00 pm – 12:45 pm
NEW RELEASE: June 2017 is the first showing in this planetarium. We show three different planetarium shows each day, and we have a live orientation to what you can see in our local night sky as the initial part of each show (this is our sneaky way of getting you[...]
Live Animal Presentation 1:15 pm
Live Animal Presentation
Jun 26 @ 1:15 pm – 1:45 pm
A live animal demonstration is given daily at 1 pm, usually in the main building of the Nature Center. Meet giant friendly snakes and other lovely critters — each week is different!
PN #2: “From Earth to the Universe” Planetarium Show 2:00 pm
PN #2: “From Earth to the Universe” Planetarium Show
Jun 26 @ 2:00 pm – 2:45 pm
We show three different planetarium shows each day, and we have a live orientation to what you can see in our local night sky as the initial part of each show (this is our sneaky way of getting you dark-adapted!), followed by a fulldome planetarium “movie.” This show, from the[...]
PN #3 “Distant Worlds: Alien Life?” plus/optional “Spring Stargazing” — or Potluck! 3:00 pm
PN #3 “Distant Worlds: Alien Life?” plus/optional “Spring Stargazing” — or Potluck!
Jun 26 @ 3:00 pm – 3:45 pm
See the “Scientific Best Guess” at what alien life forms might look like on some of the exoplanets that have been discovered by the Kepler and Corot missions. Conditions are not exactly Earth-like, so neither are the expected adaptations: these “best guess” life forms are entirely speculation based on the[...]
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NEW! “Phantom of the Universe” family-friendly Planetarium noon show 12:00 pm
NEW! “Phantom of the Universe” family-friendly Planetarium noon show
Jun 27 @ 12:00 pm – 12:45 pm
NEW RELEASE: June 2017 is the first showing in this planetarium. We show three different planetarium shows each day, and we have a live orientation to what you can see in our local night sky as the initial part of each show (this is our sneaky way of getting you[...]
Live Animal Presentation 1:15 pm
Live Animal Presentation
Jun 27 @ 1:15 pm – 1:45 pm
A live animal demonstration is given daily at 1 pm, usually in the main building of the Nature Center. Meet giant friendly snakes and other lovely critters — each week is different!
PN #2: “From Earth to the Universe” Planetarium Show 2:00 pm
PN #2: “From Earth to the Universe” Planetarium Show
Jun 27 @ 2:00 pm – 2:45 pm
We show three different planetarium shows each day, and we have a live orientation to what you can see in our local night sky as the initial part of each show (this is our sneaky way of getting you dark-adapted!), followed by a fulldome planetarium “movie.” This show, from the[...]
PN #3 “Distant Worlds: Alien Life?” plus/optional “Spring Stargazing” — or Potluck! 3:00 pm
PN #3 “Distant Worlds: Alien Life?” plus/optional “Spring Stargazing” — or Potluck!
Jun 27 @ 3:00 pm – 3:45 pm
See the “Scientific Best Guess” at what alien life forms might look like on some of the exoplanets that have been discovered by the Kepler and Corot missions. Conditions are not exactly Earth-like, so neither are the expected adaptations: these “best guess” life forms are entirely speculation based on the[...]
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NEW! “Phantom of the Universe” family-friendly Planetarium noon show 12:00 pm
NEW! “Phantom of the Universe” family-friendly Planetarium noon show
Jun 28 @ 12:00 pm – 12:45 pm
NEW RELEASE: June 2017 is the first showing in this planetarium. We show three different planetarium shows each day, and we have a live orientation to what you can see in our local night sky as the initial part of each show (this is our sneaky way of getting you[...]
Live Animal Presentation 1:15 pm
Live Animal Presentation
Jun 28 @ 1:15 pm – 1:45 pm
A live animal demonstration is given daily at 1 pm, usually in the main building of the Nature Center. Meet giant friendly snakes and other lovely critters — each week is different!
PN #2: “From Earth to the Universe” Planetarium Show 2:00 pm
PN #2: “From Earth to the Universe” Planetarium Show
Jun 28 @ 2:00 pm – 2:45 pm
We show three different planetarium shows each day, and we have a live orientation to what you can see in our local night sky as the initial part of each show (this is our sneaky way of getting you dark-adapted!), followed by a fulldome planetarium “movie.” This show, from the[...]
PN #3 “Distant Worlds: Alien Life?” plus/optional “Spring Stargazing” — or Potluck! 3:00 pm
PN #3 “Distant Worlds: Alien Life?” plus/optional “Spring Stargazing” — or Potluck!
Jun 28 @ 3:00 pm – 3:45 pm
See the “Scientific Best Guess” at what alien life forms might look like on some of the exoplanets that have been discovered by the Kepler and Corot missions. Conditions are not exactly Earth-like, so neither are the expected adaptations: these “best guess” life forms are entirely speculation based on the[...]
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Guided Trail Hike with Education Naturalist (RSVP required) 10:00 am
Guided Trail Hike with Education Naturalist (RSVP required)
Jun 29 @ 10:00 am – 10:45 am
Select RSVP Here — under ABOUT US tab and CONTACT option
NEW! “Phantom of the Universe” family-friendly Planetarium noon show 12:00 pm
NEW! “Phantom of the Universe” family-friendly Planetarium noon show
Jun 29 @ 12:00 pm – 12:45 pm
NEW RELEASE: June 2017 is the first showing in this planetarium. We show three different planetarium shows each day, and we have a live orientation to what you can see in our local night sky as the initial part of each show (this is our sneaky way of getting you[...]
Live Animal Presentation 1:15 pm
Live Animal Presentation
Jun 29 @ 1:15 pm – 1:45 pm
A live animal demonstration is given daily at 1 pm, usually in the main building of the Nature Center. Meet giant friendly snakes and other lovely critters — each week is different!
PN #2: “From Earth to the Universe” Planetarium Show 2:00 pm
PN #2: “From Earth to the Universe” Planetarium Show
Jun 29 @ 2:00 pm – 2:45 pm
We show three different planetarium shows each day, and we have a live orientation to what you can see in our local night sky as the initial part of each show (this is our sneaky way of getting you dark-adapted!), followed by a fulldome planetarium “movie.” This show, from the[...]
PN #3 “Distant Worlds: Alien Life?” plus/optional “Spring Stargazing” — or Potluck! 3:00 pm
PN #3 “Distant Worlds: Alien Life?” plus/optional “Spring Stargazing” — or Potluck!
Jun 29 @ 3:00 pm – 3:45 pm
See the “Scientific Best Guess” at what alien life forms might look like on some of the exoplanets that have been discovered by the Kepler and Corot missions. Conditions are not exactly Earth-like, so neither are the expected adaptations: these “best guess” life forms are entirely speculation based on the[...]
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Solar Observing (Weather Permitting) at 11:00 Fridays 11:00 am
Solar Observing (Weather Permitting) at 11:00 Fridays
Jun 30 @ 11:00 am – 11:45 am
Solar Observing (Weather Permitting) Every Friday at 11:45, (clear skies permitting) Live solar observing using the Coronado Solar Telescope: Are there sunspots today? Prominences? A flare? Planetarium volunteers and/or staff will show you the Sun “live” as few people get to see it. Catch our narrow-band filter’s detailed view of[...]
NEW! “Phantom of the Universe” family-friendly Planetarium noon show 12:00 pm
NEW! “Phantom of the Universe” family-friendly Planetarium noon show
Jun 30 @ 12:00 pm – 12:45 pm
NEW RELEASE: June 2017 is the first showing in this planetarium. We show three different planetarium shows each day, and we have a live orientation to what you can see in our local night sky as the initial part of each show (this is our sneaky way of getting you[...]
Live Animal Presentation 1:15 pm
Live Animal Presentation
Jun 30 @ 1:15 pm – 1:45 pm
A live animal demonstration is given daily at 1 pm, usually in the main building of the Nature Center. Meet giant friendly snakes and other lovely critters — each week is different!
PN #2: “From Earth to the Universe” Planetarium Show 2:00 pm
PN #2: “From Earth to the Universe” Planetarium Show
Jun 30 @ 2:00 pm – 2:45 pm
We show three different planetarium shows each day, and we have a live orientation to what you can see in our local night sky as the initial part of each show (this is our sneaky way of getting you dark-adapted!), followed by a fulldome planetarium “movie.” This show, from the[...]
PN #3 “Distant Worlds: Alien Life?” plus/optional “Spring Stargazing” — or Potluck! 3:00 pm
PN #3 “Distant Worlds: Alien Life?” plus/optional “Spring Stargazing” — or Potluck!
Jun 30 @ 3:00 pm – 3:45 pm
See the “Scientific Best Guess” at what alien life forms might look like on some of the exoplanets that have been discovered by the Kepler and Corot missions. Conditions are not exactly Earth-like, so neither are the expected adaptations: these “best guess” life forms are entirely speculation based on the[...]