“What’s Up-December Skies” UNO Planetarium Show

January 5, 2019 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
UNO Durham Science Center
Address: 6601 University Dr N, Omaha, NE 68182, USA

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UNO would like to invite you to a planetarium show involving a discussion and a star simulated presentation of the seasonal constellations present in our skies.

“What’s Up” programs feature seasonal constellations, mythology and star patterns that are visible during the current season. Discussion includes our Sun, Moon, and other planets. Additional topics include active spacecraft operating within our solar system.

The event is priced at $4/person at the door. Doors open about 20 min. prior to the show.  Open parking for the weekend starts at 5 pm on Fridays at the Durham Science Center at UNO. See our website for information.

The first show will be at 6:30 on Saturday the 5th of January and will last approximately 1 hour, though there will be a a second showing at 8:00 p.m. as well 

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    The Omaha Kennedy Elementary STEAM Team would like to invite you (and/or your organization) to be apart of our STEAM family night! STEAM Night is a fun, community event that highlights careers, real-world examples, and community organization that use Science, Technology, Engineering, Art (language, visual and performing), and Mathematics. In past years, groups have brought a small display with information and/or an interactive display to connect, educate and show-off their organization. This event is scheduled for Thursday, April 18, 2019 from 5:30 - 7:00pm. It's a great event and popular with students, families and community. If you are interested in attending you can e-mail Melissa Zeizler (teacher at Kennedy Elementary and community leader) for more information. Please notify Melissa by March 1st  if you are interested or available to join Kennedy's STEAM Night and help expose students to the great things of science, technology, engineering, art and mathematics available to them in the Omaha community. Also, please feel free to email any questions, concerns or comments. Thank you!

    Melissa Zeizler: Melissa.Zeiszler@ops.org