Stars and Songs by the Fire at ONSC
Time & Location
About the Event
In celebration of the 10th anniversary of the Artosphere Festival in 2019, which also coincides with the 50th anniversary of man walking on the moon, we have collaborated with the Walton Arts Center to plan a spectacular evening at the Ozark Natural Science Center! Rain or shine, we will begin with dinner at 6:30pm, followed by story time around a campfire and/or interpretive walk. Evening campfire fun with Smores is sure to be a big hit for all! An outdoor, story-telling and acoustic musical performance by "Still On the Hill", will begin at 8:30pm as the sky darkens and the fire dies down. At dark (approximately 9:30pm) we will walk into the meadow for star gazing. Participants can use binoculars and star charts to identify constellations with the help of our teacher naturalists. We will also setup a large telescope (weather/visibility permitting) and view some planets or stars up close or move into our Education Building for an indoor PowerPoint presentation. Once the program is over, guests are free to drive home or stay overnight in one of our cozy lodges. Coffee and a light breakfast will be served to overnight guests the following morning. Registration is required due to limited space in the camp.
No refunds or transfers to other programs after June 8th.
For more details and events celebrating the Artosphere Festival in 2019, please visit https://waltonartscenter.org/artosphere/.
- Adult ticket (13 and up)$35$350$0
- Child ticket (5-12 years)$20$200$0
- Pre-K ticket (under 5 years)$10$100$0
- Sold Out2-bed lodging & breakfast$60$600$0
- 4-bed lodging & breakfast$100$1000$0
- 6-bed lodging & breakfast$130$1300$0