Saturday public showsPresented by Associate Professor David Ludwikoski, Planetarium Director. These shows have been arranged for the general public to attend free of charge. View the current schedule »
Star partiesPresented by Dr. M.J. Clark. These will be conducted, weather permitting, free of charge for the general public. More information »
School showsThe following shows are offered for elementary, middle or high school groups, during our fall and spring semesters. We also offer summer shows on a limited basis.
|Types of shows||Different shows for different age levels
(see list below)
|Times||Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday
|Length of show||Tuesday and Thursday shows run 45 minutes to an hour depending on the age group.
Wednesday and Friday shows run 30 to 40 minutes depending on the age group.
|Attendance requirements||Minimum of 15 and maximum of 65. Due to fire regulations the maximum of 65 people cannot be exceeded.|
|Book a show||Email Angie Black at firstname.lastname@example.org (preferred) to schedule a show or you may call 443-840-5939.|
Mathematics and Science Hall, Room 030A
800 S. Rolling Road
Catonsville, MD 21228
|"The Boy Who Hated the Nighttime"||Kindergarten through Second Grade|
|"Pickles Means Pluto"||Kindergarten through Second Grade|
|"Dudley the Curious Duckling"||Kindergarten through Second Grade|
|"My House has Stars"||First through Sixth Grade|
|"Investigating Earth and Space"||Third through High School|
|"A Camper's Canopy"
This show qualifies for the Boy Scout Astronomy Merit Badge