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Kent State University Planetarium Presents “The Skies of Winter”Posted Nov. 19, 2012
The Kent State University Planetarium’s holiday presentation “The Skies of Winter: Holidays in the Planetarium” has been scheduled for Friday, Nov. 30, Saturday, Dec. 1, and Friday, Dec. 7, at 8 p.m. each night in Room 108, Smith Hall on the Kent Campus.
The program continues this year with an exploration of the skies of winter and their connection to religious and cultural observances throughout the world. Join the planetarium to explore what you can see in the lovely clear skies of winter and how the people of the world structure their lives around the heavens.
This hour-long program is open to all, but is not recommended for children under age six. As always, there is no admission charge.
Individuals needing accommodations for this event are encouraged to contact the Physics department by calling 330-672-2246 or faxing 330-672-2959. Although there is no admission charge, reservations are necessary and can be made by calling 330-672-2246 to indicate your interest.
For more information, visit http://planetarium.kent.edu.