photo utaplanetariumseasonoflight_zpsab0ad5be.pngStarting Thursday, December 4, the UTA Planetarium will start holding special holiday-themed star shows to get you into the spirit of the season! These shows will run through Jan. 4. Here are some of the shows you can expect to see:

(Through Dec. 21)
Thursdays
6:00
Season of Light – Discover winter solstice traditions of the Celtic, Nordic, Irish, Mexican, Hopi, Christian,   and Jewish. Learn some astronomical possibilities for the Christmas Star.

Fridays
6:00
Holiday Music Magic – This music entertainment show features a variety of holiday songs from Mannheim Steamroller and Burl Ives to Brenda Lee and Kurt Bestor.

Sundays
1:30
Holiday Music Magic – This music entertainment show features a variety of holiday songs from Mannheim Steamroller and Burl Ives to Brenda Lee and Kurt Bestor.

(Dec. 23 to Jan. 4)
Tuesdays
2:00
Season of Light – Discover winter solstice traditions of the Celtic, Nordic, Irish, Mexican, Hopi, Christian, and Jewish. Learn some astronomical possibilities for the Christmas Star.

Wednesdays
2:00
Holiday Music Magic – This music entertainment show features a variety of holiday songs from Mannheim Steamroller and Burl Ives to Brenda Lee and Kurt Bestor.

Sundays
1:30
Holiday Music Magic – This music entertainment show features a variety of holiday songs from Mannheim Steamroller and Burl Ives to Brenda Lee and Kurt Bestor.

Of course, there are also plenty of non-holiday-themed shows going on too. See the full schedule here. UTA Planetarium is at 700 Planetarium Place on the UTA campus.