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WiT at the Planetarium: Solar System Update!
We're taking over the planetarium for a night! Join us at the MMSD Planetarium for a WiT-only evening. We'll be viewing their "Solar System Update" program, which is appropriate for ages 3rd grade to adult, so bringing kids is highly encouraged! ABOUT THE PROGRAM "How are we currently exploring the solar system? What have scientists learned recently about our solar system? Where are the space probes now? Is Pluto a planet? Learn the answer to these questions and more as we explore the planets in our current sky." COST Admission to this event is $3 per person; if cost is a barrier to your attending, please shoot us an email at [masked] and we'll work something out. :) CAN I BRING MY KIDS? Please do! This is an excellent event for kids. The planetarium recommends the program we'll be watching for children in 3rd grade or higher. DIRECTIONS "When you arrive at Memorial High School, it is best to enter from the Gammon Road side of the building near the Planetarium sign. You may need to be buzzed through that exterior door using the intercom. Then proceed approximately 50 feet down the hallway to the planetarium entrance and wait by the door." PARKING Visitor parking for cars is available on the Mineral Point Road side of the building.

Madison Planetarium - Memorial High School

201 West Gammon Road · Madison, WI


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Madison Women in Tech is a supportive community of women and gender nonbinary folks working or interested in technology, from designers to coders to recruiters to technicians. Through regular events and a digital newsletter, we empower and elevate women working in Madison’s tech scene.

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This is a group by and for women gender nb folks; our events cater to them and are a safe space for them; generally, we ask that men not attend unless they are the guest of a woman or gender nb person attending.


Likewise, we are a child-friendly community; even when we're not set up for it specifically (which we try to do as often as possible), you're surrounded by members who understand the pressures you face as a professional parent, and would never discourage you from bringing your children to one of our events. Maybe they'll grow up to become a person in tech themselves!

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