Nothing more fascinating to see God’s celestial creation dancing above us during a clear night sky. The Newark’s Planetarium will be hosting this coming weekend a gazing event for all those “Star Trekkers” who cannot get enough of those brilliant objects floating millions of miles from us but with the help of our imagination and technology bring both stars and fans of all age groups together.
Starting March 16th, Saturday, Newark’s Planetarium will host, “Legends of the Night Sky.” An animated adventure of the Greek mythological character Orion and his battles against mythical beast and his placed among the stars. The show will be available during the month of March from 3 to 3:30 PM every weekend for the exception of March 23rd. Cost is $5.00 per person and is fun filled event to children and families to enjoy. It’s easy to get to the museum either by car or mass transit. For more information either click on the link below or contact the planetarium at (973) 596-6529.
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