Meet Plato, a very curious young mole and his best friends, earthworms Alfa, Beta, and Gamma. With the help of Professor Socrates, a very distinguished beetle, children along with Plato and his friends will discover why we have night and day, why does the Moon look different every night, what are the stars and constellations, and more. There will be mysteries to solve and songs to sing while children learn basic concepts about astronomy in a fun, simple and very humorous way. This show is for children ages 4 to 8 and families.
A short “Tonight’s Sky” program showing seasonal constellations and planets currently in the night sky will follow the show.
Location: Planetarium in the Astronomy Education Building at TWC
Time: 1:00PM (Please arrive 10 minutes early.)