The Space Foundation Discovery Center is crossing all frontiers by teaching everyone about the many wonders of our universe.
“Family Star Party means that we have activities for kids of all ages and the star party are all the telescopes set up outside,” said Space Education Manager Ellias Molen.
From scavenger hunts and virtual reality to gravitarium demonstrations, this party is out of this world.
“We know that space is a topic all kids like,” Molen said. “The first question my kids loved asking was ‘Where is the moon?’ and they loved identifying the moon.”
It’s an educational party unlike any other, with kids being one small step closer to becoming space Einsteins.
“My friend Everett actually told me there are some different realms and that’s the reason we can’t travel beyond our universe,” said 9-year-old Abigail.
The next Family Star Parties are scheduled for April 24 and May 29.