Celebrate the beauty of America’s National Parks with photography and music by composer Stephen Lias. Walk through the Gates of the Arctic and Rocky Mountain National Park, plus hear Grofé’s Grand Canyon Suite.
For Older Children and Adults | March 11–June 24
The International Space Station has more interior space than a six-bedroom house. In this show, take a tour with ultra-high-definition video surrounding you on the Planetarium’s wraparound video system.
A pianist of "arresting freshness" (TIME Magazine) international star Simone Dinnerstein joins the RPO for two of Bach's most inventive concertos. Plus, Michael Butterman leads a suite from Stravinsky's neoclassical ballet score, Pulcinella.
It’s supercalifragilisticexpialidocious! Ashley Brown originated the role of Mary Poppins on Broadway and starred as Belle in Beauty and the Beast. Now the singer makes her RPO debut with an evening of show tunes, Disney melodies, and other favorites.
You’ll find the luck of the Irish at Kodak Hall on St. Patrick’s Day weekend with Cathie Ryan, “one of the leading voices in Celtic music.” (L.A. Times). Cathie Ryan brings her endearing charm and wit to the RPO for this special engagement.
What would it be like if a child had to describe the music of Beethoven? Such is the premise for “Beethoven Lives Upstairs,” a musical story that follows a young boy’s letters to his uncle about the new tenant in the upstairs room.
Calling all Earth Campers! Join us for an introduction to Earth Camp to get to know the Nature Center and get excited for your week of camp. You don’t need to be signed up for earth camp to join in the fun. All families are welcome.
NEW this summer, we’d like to give you one more chance to enjoy camp with your family! This end-of-summer, 3-day weekend is the perfect final celebration to finish out the summer and enjoy a little more family time.
Friday, August 18–Monday, August 21: 11am–3pm
Join us for a celebration of the awe-inspiring fields of earth and space science. Explore fun hands-on activities, meet local scientists, and connect with current NASA science research.
The YMCA is a safe and educational place for youth and families. We have a strong passion for supporting the community and our neighbors in it. That’s why on the third Thursday of every month we host a Family Night. This event is FREE and open to the public.