All events listed are free to the public unless otherwise noted, made possible by the Herrett Center, the College of Southern Idaho, the Associated Students of CSI, the CSI Foundation, or as listed. Please join us!
Safe, close-up views of the Sun's spots, prominences (gas eruptions), and active regions. Bright stars and planets visible even in the daytime with the 24" telescope! Weather permitting. Free admission.
"Asteroid Shadows by Starlight: Research at the Centennial Observatory" by Chris Anderson, Observatory Coordinator
Asteroids appear as tiny specks in a telescope, so measuring their size and shape requires an indirect method, employed at the Centennial Observatory since 2014.
Admission (doors open at 6:15 p.m.):
Children (7-17) & CSI students, staff, and faculty: $1.50
Ages 0-6: Free
"Standards in Journalism: Can We Trust It?" by Travis Quast and Matt Christenson, Times-News
Herrett Forum lectures are usually presented on the 2nd Tuesday, Sept. - Nov. and Feb. - May. Topics are coordinated by the Herrett Forum Committee, local citizens dedicated to bringing high-quality speakers, scholars, and artists to Twin Falls. Free admission. Doors open at 7 PM.
Five-course dinner, a gift for your sweetheart, a rose, and a special planetarium presentation of "Romance Under the Stars: Tales of Love, Lust, and Longing." Seating options begin at $80 per couple. Limited space. Reservations accepted until Feb. 7th or until sold out.