You’ll enter the dome to view stars, identify every planet on our solar system, and be introduced to Greek mythological characters.

Navigators from Mobile Ed Productions, Inc. will use the digital planetarium projector and a laser pointer to guide students and families through the stars of the Northern Hemisphere exactly as they appear on the day of the presentation. The audience will learn how the heroes of the past can be found in the stars and learn how to identify every planet in our solar system through dramatic “flights” towards each world.

Date: Tuesday, January 7th, 2020

Time: 5:30pm

Location: The Franklin Academy, 1509 E. Victor Street, Markell Hall

Price: $10 for non-Franklin families (FREE for The Franklin Academy families, as long as they email admissions director Natalie Bennett, by Friday January 3rd to hold a spot)

Tickets: Online only for non-Franklin families:

*Tickets for the 5:30pm (open for public) are sold online ONLY and will not be sold at the door.
**A family ticket is valid for up to 4 people. All children must be accompanied by an adult.

Showing times:

  • 9am – 9:45am: 4 yrs old to 1st Grade – Franklin Students/Parents Only
  • 10am – 10:45am: 2nd – 4th Grade – Franklin Students/Parents Only
  • 2:15pm – 3:00pm: 5th – 8th Grade – Franklin Students/Parents Only
  • 5:30pm – 6:15pm: Open to the Public – Tickets Online Only

For questions, please contact:

Natalie Bennett, Admissions Director
(360)733-1750 ext. 1509