Classroom visit explains how understanding the basic physics of skiing can help students be better on the slopes.
Did you know that some stars throb and pulse like a heartbeat? That some stars change their color or their brightness back and forth over days or months? Or that one of the brightest stars in our sky has suddenly dimmed quite noticeably, and astronomers don’t know why? Save the date for the next family astronomy and telescope event on Friday,…
Local youth participated in designing and 3D printing each element, purposely removing text and using sign language and braille.
Join us rain or shine on January 21 at 6:30 p.m. for the indoor presentation followed by outdoor viewing if weather permits.
Teachers and student organization leaders are welcome to attend these free events in February and March.
Join us on Veterans Day to watch the transit of Mercury across the sun. This unique occurrence will not happen again until 2049!
Join us as Harry Knopke, president of Aqua Clara International, discusses current research and efforts to bring clean drinking water to communities around the world.
Join us for a special presentation on Jupiter, Saturn, and Halloween!
Learn all about Jupiter and Saturn on Friday, September 27 from 7:00 to 9:00 PM.
Area students show off their final projects after completion of the eight-week research experience.