September 21st

Experience the wonders of space and plan a space mission, learn about the technology and math skills required to be an astronaut and fly spaceships, pilot landers and drive rovers in this exciting exhibit.

Produced by Eureka Exhibits and designed by NASA engineers, the exhibit aims to put students in the pilot’s seat of a spaceship while providing a birds-eye view of real astronaut pre-training with the use of touch screen stations, artifacts and interactive simulator pods built to look like space capsules.

The Be the Astronaut exhibit will be on display at the IMAG History and Science Center from September 21 to January 12. Entry into the exhibit will be included with general admission.

November 3rd

The IMAG History & Science center is partnering with Iron DNA Fitness to offer participants a unique yoga experience.

Enjoy the outdoors and recharge your spirits under IMAG’s solar pavilion.
Nicole will lead the class with basic, foundational yoga postures to align, strengthen, and promote flexibility in the body.

All levels of experience are welcome
Bring your own mat and spill-proof water bottle
Ages 14 & up
Pre-registration is required

Sunday, November 3rd

Check-in 8:30 AM
Class Begins 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM