Saturday, Oct. 10
10 am – 8 pm
This Saturday is a Solarbration at Tellus! Come tour the Solar Decathlon House, the newest addition to Tellus. The Solar House was built by Georgia Institute of Technology faculty and students for an international competition and is designed to be self-sufficient.
Tours of the house will be led by the Georgia Tech students involved in the building of the house. In addition, children’s activities will be ongoing inside the museum; a new planetarium show, “Heart of the Sun” premieres with showings throughout the day; movies of the Solar House will be showing in the theater; and weather permitting, our observatory will be open with our telescope pointed at the sun!
The Solarbration continues at 7 pm with the Tellus Lecture Series presenting Jason Brown and Lane Duncan, both from Georgia Tech’s College of Architecture. Brown worked on the Solar House and Duncan works with Green Habitats, a non-profit that promotes green living.
Solarbration is free for members and included with paid admission for not-yet members.
|Natural History of Bats Start the Halloween season early with bat biologist and
Tellus volunteer Dr. Jackie Belwood as she explores the
fascinating world of bats at 7 pm on Friday, Oct. 23. The lecture is free for members and covered in the cost of admission for not-yet members.
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a full list of upcoming speakers in the Tellus Lecture Series.
Second Annual Gala
January 9, 2010
Mark your calendars for Northwest Georgia’s premier fundraising event – the Supernova Gala!
With more than 400 supporters attending our first gala, this year promises to be even better, featuring dinner, live music, dancing, and silent and live auctions.
Support the Supernova Gala and help make a difference within our community by attending our biggest fundraiser of the year.
Seating is limited! Please RSVP by December 4 to Lisa Weeks at 770-606-5712 or e-mail her at [email protected].
New Planetarium Show premieres
See our Sun in a new light in “Heart of the Sun,” premiering in the Tellus planetarium Saturday, Oct. 10. Take a tour of our closest star with images unlike any seen before. Planetarium shows are $3 for not-yet members and $2 for members.