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Star Parties

Discover, learn, and see the wonders of our universe!

Join us for a night of astronomy. We have hands-on activities, telescope observing, and more.

Stay tuned for an announcement about our next star party

Travel through the solar system and beyond, at any time of day or night. Planetarium shows feature interactive photos and videos.

Next Show
Date and Time: TBD
Location: TBD

Popup Planetarium

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Girls Who Code

Two different club offerings:

  • Elementary school students
  • Middle school and high school students
Girls Who Code Club, for grades 3-5, starts September 17th. Sign up now! Use the club code WI6559 here.

Girls Who Code 3rd-5th Grade Clubs are a community of girls who actively design, code, read and explore the power of computing science together.

Each meeting will include fun, interactive activities that are unique to Girls Who Code. A typical meeting stars with girls reading together from the Girls Who Code book, which leads to a discussion and a creative challenge. Some challenges are done online and some are “unplugged” but all include the qualities of bravery, resilience, and computational thinking.

Join Today! Fall sessions start September 17th.

High School Scholars


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Contribute to the
environmental health of Geneva Lake and increase community involvement with
ecological issues through a community-based action project

Research and Observing

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Participate in the exciting field of astronomy using the remotely operated Stone Edge Observatory (SEO) telescope.


IDATA is a three year project funded by the National Science Foundation to engage a group of high school age students, their teachers, professional astronomers, software engineers, and design experts in the user-centered design process of data analysis software for astronomy.

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