Bright & Smart: Enchanted STEM, Parent & Me

Learning STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) is so much fun! Young children learn to pay attention to detail, think critically, and be patient by designing, creating, and putting together contraptions (with the help of a parent/caregiver) using curriculum developed primarily for them. Parent/caregiver participation is required.

Eyes to the Skies

(Recommended for Ages 7+) Join us for an intro to astronomy! These FREE, informal events are held in the Camino parking lot behind the Explorium, weather permitting, where will explore the skies with our professional-grade 16-inch Meade LX200 Schmidt-Cassegrain telescope. In the case of poor weather, we’ll take a fantastic journey through the sky in our indoor, inflatable STARLAB planetarium.

Eyes to the Skies

(Recommended for Ages 7+) Join us for an intro to astronomy! These FREE, informal events are held in the Camino parking lot behind the Explorium, weather permitting, where will explore the skies with our professional-grade 16-inch Meade LX200 Schmidt-Cassegrain telescope. In the case of poor weather, we’ll take a fantastic journey through the sky in our indoor, inflatable STARLAB planetarium.

Eyes to the Skies

(Recommended for Ages 7+) Join us for an intro to astronomy! These FREE, informal events are held in the Camino parking lot behind the Explorium, weather permitting, where will explore the skies with our professional-grade 16-inch Meade LX200 Schmidt-Cassegrain telescope. In the case of poor weather, we’ll take a fantastic journey through the sky in our indoor, inflatable STARLAB planetarium.

Eyes to the Skies

(Recommended for Ages 7+) Join us for an intro to astronomy! These FREE, informal events are held in the Camino parking lot behind the Explorium, weather permitting, where will explore the skies with our professional-grade 16-inch Meade LX200 Schmidt-Cassegrain telescope. In the case of poor weather, we’ll take a fantastic journey through the sky in our indoor, inflatable STARLAB planetarium.