Astronomy Night

(5-Adult) Enjoy outdoor activities including guided star gazing, looking through the telescope, and other activities or games. All adult and child participants must register due group capacities for social distancing. Canceled if raining or snowing.


Boardwalk Astronomy

(8-Adult) What's new in the night sky? Join park naturalists as they take you on a tour of constellations, comets and other current events happening in the heavens above. Children must be accompanied by adult also registered.


Exploring the Moon Webinar

(8- Adult) The Moon is as old as the Earth, and its surface is marked by craters and lava flows billions of years old. Explore these lunar features through pictures from high-powered telescopes and learn about their origins. See where the Apollo lunar landings occurred and discuss what the astronauts found. This virtual program is hosted in an online Zoom meeting by staff and volunteers of the Analemma Society.


Introduction to Astronomy Webinar

(8- Adult) This course provides a general introduction to some fundamentals of astronomy and the universe we see in the sky around us. We will discuss the basic types of astronomical objects from the small to the large, the motions of the planets and stars, and interesting phenomena in the night sky. This virtual program is hosted in an online Zoom meeting by staff and volunteers of the Analemma Society. The program link will be emailed to all registered participates on the day of the program up to an hour before the start time.


Night Sky Tour Webinar

(6-Adult) This program is a fun tour of planets, constellations, stars, nebulas, and galaxies in the night sky that can be seen with the eye and in telescopes. No knowledge of astronomy is needed, just an interest in learning about the universe around our planet. This virtual program is hosted in an online Zoom meeting by staff and volunteers of the Analemma Society. The program link will be emailed to all registered participates on the day of the program up to an hour before the start time.


Night Sky: Intro to Star Maps Webinar

(8-Adult) This presentation will cover an introduction to sky coordinates, how astronomical objects are represented on maps of the sky, and how to read star maps to find your way among the stars in the sky. The talk will be illustrated by a variety of star atlases. This virtual program is hosted in an online Zoom meeting by staff and volunteers of the Analemma Society.


Outdoor Science Lab at Huntley

(6-Adult) Explore the exciting world of science with fun hands-on experiments, activities, and challenges! Enrich your understanding of various science and engineering topics using scientific investigations, observations, and lab skills with the guidance of a park naturalist. Each outdoor class will focus on a different science theme. Check session notes for details. All supplies included. No indoor restrooms available, portable restrooms available. Children must be accompanied by a registered adult.


Roblox: Imaginative Game Design (10-14 yrs)

(10-14 yrs) In this Cybertek Academy course, students will learn how to use coding fundamentals to strategically engineer an immersive, imaginative cosmos for one of the fastest-growing gaming platforms in the world. “Roblox, Imaginative Game Design” provides students with hands-on experiences in innovation and the underlying mechanics of 3D gaming.


Roblox: Imaginative Game Design (6-9 yrs)

(6-9 yrs) In this Cybertek Academy course, students will learn how to use coding fundamentals to strategically engineer an immersive, imaginative cosmos for one of the fastest-growing gaming platforms in the world. “Roblox, Imaginative Game Design” provides students with hands-on experiences in innovation and the underlying mechanics of 3D gaming.


Topics in Astronomy Webinar

(8-Adult) Explore everything from space missions to planets, stars, and galaxies with a different monthly topic. The topic presentations are for the general public and do not require any specific knowledge of astronomy. This virtual program is hosted in an online Zoom meeting by staff and volunteers of the Analemma Society. Check the Analemma Society website for the monthly topics (www.analemma.org). The program link will be emailed to all registered participates on the day of the program up to an hour before the start time.


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