Meet us at the ISU Planetarium to experience a free planetarium show! The Little Star That Could is the story of an average yellow star searching for planets of his own. Along his way, Little Star encounters other stars, learns what makes each star special, and discovers that stars can combine to form clusters and galaxies. Everyone will learn basic information about the planets and our solar system!
This activity is best for families with pre-school to elementary-aged children.
Registration is required for this activity and space is limited. Registration begins June 19 at 9 am. Each person (kids and adults) who will be in attendance will need to register.
Sponsored by the Normal Public Library Foundation and NASA@ My LIbrary. The NASA@ My Library project is led by the National Center for Interactive Learning at the Space Science Institute. Partners include the American Library Association (ALA) Public Programs Office, Pacific Science Center, Cornerstones of Science, and Education Development Center. NASA@ My Library is made possible through the support of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Science Mission Directorate as part of its STEM Activation program.
Please note: Children must be accompanied by an adult age 16 or older at all summer activities. If you have questions about supervision requirements, please ask!
This free activity is part of our Summer Reading Program for kids. You do not have to be registered for Summer Reading to attend this activity, but it is encouraged! Register for our Summer Reading Programs for all ages at the library or online anytime between May 29 and August 5.