Public Lecture at 7pm (Willie Miller Auditorium)
Observations from 8pm - 11pm (College of Arts and Sciences)
Astronomical Observatory Open House nights at ERAU's Daytona Beach campus! These free events allow the campus community and members of the general public of all ages to view the night sky through the Observatory's telescopes, ask questions, and learn about our universe. Weather permitting, celestial objects will be visible through a collection of telescopes from the roof-top observing deck and through our new 1-meter telescope from within the large dome.
There are typically several open house events during the fall and spring semesters hosted by ERAU's student Amateur Astronomy Club. Events are on selected Friday nights.
View the sky through many of the Observatory's telescopes and binoculars. We have step stools so kids can reach the eyepiece!
In addition to viewing the night sky through our telescopes, explore our astronomy posters and take a walking tour of the solar system. There is no fixed program for observations and no reservations are necessary. Just drop by to see the stars!
**1-meter Telescope Tickets**
Free tickets with tour times are distributed on the 2nd floor on a first come first served basis. Tickets are only available in person, and not distributed until 6:45pm the night of. Due to space limitations in the 1-meter dome there is a limit to how many people can observe through the 1-meter in a single night.
There are many other activities to explore: view a 3D poster gallery of images from Mars, interact with different types of telescopes and learn how they work, take a walking guided tour of the solar system, interact with our gravity-well simulator, see microscopic meteorites, see rockets built by students, perform physics and chemistry demonstrations with students, view informational astronomy posters, view our astrophotography gallery, and more! There is no fixed program for observations and no reservations are necessary.
2019 Ormond Beach Follies present "What The World Needs Now". The Ormond Beach Follies are the Performing Arts Center's own community theater group. The Follies include the award winning Follies Dancers, the beautiful harmonious singing of the Chorus, and and the hilarious comedy skits. Come and enjoy and you will see why The Ormond Beach Follies are the longest running community theater show in the area.
Join us for an evening walk on our boardwalk and enjoy the beauty of the fireflies as they light up the sky. Visitors are invited to come to the park before closing and stay for one hour after closing to take in the view. Visitors will learn about firefly behavior and why it is important to protect their habitat.
Visitors must obtain an after hours pass from the Ranger Station or CSO table to stay for the event.
Park entrance fees apply to all visitors.
Event Fee: $10 per vehicle (All funds go to CSO and donated to the park for park improvements)
All visitors attending the event must obtain an after hours pass. The after hours pass can be obtained at the Ranger
Physics Extravaganza & Fluorescent Minerals
Stetson’s chapter of the Society of Physics Students will offer a dazzling display of physics experiments in the laboratories of Sage Science Center; and in the museum, young scientists will have a chance to explore the physics of fluorescent minerals in our Underground World. Move and learn about forces in the physical world.
The 2019 Spring Skate Competition is a one day event hosted by Port Orange Community Trust.
Points count towards the Volusia County Skateboarding Championship Circuit.
Champions can represent the Port Orange Team at Regional/State Tournaments
Contact Name: Hector
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Registration $10. Cash prizes.
For families with special needs. Free. Call Trudy for more information, 386-848-3285.
Payit4ward Non Profit and The Hard Rock Hotel Culture Club Daytona Beach will be conducting a beach cleanup on Saturday March 23 from 8 am-10 am. We will meet on the beach in front of The Hard Rock and begin promptly at 8 am sharp. Free parking is available at the public parking lot next to the Hard Rock Hotel. All ages are welcome! Bring the entire family out for some fun in the sun, while we clean up our beautiful beach. We will be walking the beach in both directions. Community service hours can be signed off for those in need. Clean up supplies provided by Advent Health. All we need is you! Come join us for some fun and lets keep our beach beautiful. There will be fun, food, contests and giveaways!
There is a difference between sibling rivalry and sibling conflict. Learn to identify these two very different behaviors and how to correct them.
FREE for YMCA members &
$15/person or $20/parenting couple for non-members
SEATING IS LIMITED!
RESERVE YOUR SPACE TODAY!
YMCA members may register for these programs at the front desk.
Non-members may register by calling, texting, or emailing:
(386) 233-9996 ~ RCBDaytona@gmail.com
The Iranian American Society of Daytona Beach proudly presents the 5th Annual Nowruz Festival, including Nowruz special dance by Pars National Ballet, live music, Persian cuisines and desserts, authentic Persian Tea House, Hookah tent, haft-seen display, and a kids zone!
We invite you to join us for the Bethune-Cookman University Reading Initiative Program as we host "Books and Bears” on the campus of the university in Swisher Library. The program invites local children between the ages of 4 and 11 to read books, make arts/crafts and enjoy refreshments. This initiative seeks to increase community engagement, enhance early reading skills and promote the use of library resource materials. The program is a partnership between the B-CU Swisher Library, the Bethune Foundation and the B-CU School of Education.