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DAWN OF THE SPACE AGE

February 27, 2018

Magnificent adventures, danger and achievements from Sputnik to Space X! A New High Definition Projector and New Full Dome Planetarium Show! Plus A Night Sky Tour. Lobby & Box Office opens at 6:30 pm Adults $5 – 12 and under $3 Tickets Available online  Or at the Door. Recommended for all ages. BASF Planetarium at The Center for the Arts & Sciences, 400 College Drive., Clute. 979-265-7661.Thenter@bcfas.org

 

 

 

DAWN OF THE SPACE AGE

February 23, 2018

Magnificent adventures, danger and achievements from Sputnik to Space X! A New High Definition Projector and New Full Dome Planetarium Show! Plus A Night Sky Tour. Lobby & Box Office opens at 6:30 pm Adults $5 – 12 and under $3 Tickets Available online  Or at the Door. Recommended for all ages. BASF Planetarium at The Center for the Arts & Sciences, 400 College Drive., Clute. 979-265-7661.Thenter@bcfas.org

 

 

 

SCHOLASTIC BOWL

February 22, 2018

Planetarium Annual Fund Raiser Fun completion with Bragging Rights for the Winner. 7 PM. The Center for the Arts & Sciences, 400 College Drive. Clute. 979-265-7661.

DAWN OF THE SPACE AGE

February 20, 2018

Magnificent adventures, danger and achievements from Sputnik to Space X! A New High Definition Projector and New Full Dome Planetarium Show! Plus A Night Sky Tour. Lobby & Box Office opens at 6:30 pm Adults $5 – 12 and under $3 Tickets Available online  Or at the Door. Recommended for all ages. BASF Planetarium at The Center for the Arts & Sciences, 400 College Drive., Clute. 979-265-7661.Thenter@bcfas.org

 

 

 

DAWN OF THE SPACE AGE

February 13, 2018

Magnificent adventures, danger and achievements from Sputnik to Space X! A New High Definition Projector and New Full Dome Planetarium Show! Plus A Night Sky Tour. Lobby & Box Office opens at 6:30 pm Adults $5 – 12 and under $3 Tickets Available online  Or at the Door. Recommended for all ages. BASF Planetarium at The Center for the Arts & Sciences, 400 College Drive., Clute. 979-265-7661.Thenter@bcfas.org

 

 

 

DAWN OF THE SPACE AGE

February 6, 2018

Magnificent adventures, danger and achievements from Sputnik to Space X! A New High Definition Projector and New Full Dome Planetarium Show! Plus A Night Sky Tour. Lobby & Box Office opens at 6:30 pm Adults $5 – 12 and under $3 Tickets Available online  Or at the Door. Recommended for all ages. BASF Planetarium at The Center for the Arts & Sciences, 400 College Drive., Clute. 979-265-7661.Thenter@bcfas.org

 

 

 

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