Upgraded with new Digistar 5® full-dome technology!
Now taking registrations for our Spring Session.
We are now taking registrations for the Spring session of Eyes to the Skies, the Museum’s beginner astronomy course for adults. Classes will be held on Tuesday evenings, beginning on April 9th and running until May 14th. A minimum number of registrants are needed, so don’t hesitate to join today.
Have you owned a telescope for years, but all it does is collect dust in your basement? Having trouble telling Orion’s belt from Cassiopeia’s throne? Does looking at the night sky cause you to scratch your head in wonder? Then we have the answer for you! The Manitoba Museum is hosting a six-evening program on the basics of astronomy and navigating the night sky. Eyes to the Skies will take participants on an in-depth tour of our night sky including constellations, planets, the Moon and much, much more.
Using images and video, hands-on demonstrations, handouts and the unique Digistar 5® technology of the Planetarium Star Theatre, even the most beginner of stargazers will be able to navigate the night sky like a pro by the end of this course.
The cost is $125 per person ($99 for Museum members) for the full course. For more information, contact instructor Mike Jensen at 988-0613 or email@example.com or you can register for the next session by contacting our Programs and Registration Coordinator at 988-0626 or firstname.lastname@example.org.