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Sunday, Jun. 24 @12:00 am
Summer Music Camps
Workshop / Seminar
WSU Pullman

Cougar String Camp, Summer Keyboard Explorations, Horn Camp and Oboe Camp

Sunday, Jun. 24 @5:00 pm
WSU Planetarium: The Science of Star Trek
Presentation
WSU Pullman

Logical, yet wild, conjecture has both dangers and opportunities. We’ll step through some of the props and plot devices from the storied Star Trek franchise, which debuted in the late 1960s. Are warp drives a thing? Transporter beams? Dilithium? Vulcans? We shall reveal all.

Tickets at the door are $5…

Tuesday, Jun. 26 @7:30 pm
Summer Keyboard Explorations Guest Recital
Performance
WSU Pullman

The School of Music hosts Summer Keyboard Explorations June 24-29 in Kimbrough Music Building, with a guest recital by Kenji Bunch, viola, and Monica Ohuchi, piano.

Friday, Jul. 6 @7:00 pm
WSU Planetarium: Hubblevision
Presentation
WSU Pullman

Hubble Space Telescope’s dazzling images are known around the world, but its scientific legacy is even more amazing. This mixed-bag tour shows you the locations on the sky of some of the most recognizable HST images, reviews the history of HST, and charts the science legacy of this mind-expanding robotic,…

Sunday, Jul. 8 @5:00 pm
WSU Planetarium: Hubblevision
Presentation
WSU Pullman

Hubble Space Telescope’s dazzling images are known around the world, but its scientific legacy is even more amazing. This mixed-bag tour shows you the locations on the sky of some of the most recognizable HST images, reviews the history of HST, and charts the science legacy of this mind-expanding robotic,…

Friday, Jul. 20 @7:00 pm
WSU Planetarium: Magnificent Desolation
Presentation

This presentation focuses on the exploration of the moon. The amazing history of the Apollo program interweaves with the science of this familiar yet enigmatic natural satellite.

Tickets at the door are $5 (cash or check, no credit). Children 6 and under free. The WSU Planetarium is located in 231…

Sunday, Jul. 22 @5:00 pm
WSU Planetarium: Magnificent Desolation
Presentation
WSU Pullman

This presentation focuses on the exploration of the moon. The amazing history of the Apollo program interweaves with the science of this familiar yet enigmatic natural satellite.

Tickets at the door are $5 (cash or check, no credit). Children 6 and under free. The WSU Planetarium is located in 231…

Friday, Jul. 27 @8:00 pm
Nunsense II: The Second Coming
Performance
WSU Pullman

Nunsense II: The Second Coming takes place six weeks after the sisters have staged their first benefit. The sisters are back presenting a “thank-you” show for all the people who supported them in the past. But now, they’re a bit slicker, having been “bitten by the theater bug.” Things get…

Saturday, Jul. 28 @8:00 pm
Nunsense II: The Second Coming
Performance
WSU Pullman

Nunsense II: The Second Coming takes place six weeks after the sisters have staged their first benefit. The sisters are back presenting a “thank-you” show for all the people who supported them in the past. But now, they’re a bit slicker, having been “bitten by the theater bug.” Things get…

Sunday, Jul. 29 @2:00 pm
Nunsense II: The Second Coming
Performance
WSU Pullman

Nunsense II: The Second Coming takes place six weeks after the sisters have staged their first benefit. The sisters are back presenting a “thank-you” show for all the people who supported them in the past. But now, they’re a bit slicker, having been “bitten by the theater bug.” Things get…

Friday, Aug. 24 @7:00 pm
WSU Planetarium: Galaxies like Dust
Presentation
WSU Pullman

The scale of the universe, from atom to cosmic web, expands the mind. In this show, we dive into the frothy spacescape of galaxies. Composed of gas and dark matter, galaxies are the crossroads of astrophysics, where everything from stellar structure to black holes to cosmology seems to have some…

Sunday, Aug. 26 @5:00 pm
WSU Planetarium: Galaxies like Dust
Presentation
WSU Pullman

The scale of the universe, from atom to cosmic web, expands the mind. In this show, we dive into the frothy spacescape of galaxies. Composed of gas and dark matter, galaxies are the crossroads of astrophysics, where everything from stellar structure to black holes to cosmology seems to have some…