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Trailers and Set Lists for 12/06


Kindergarten to 1st Grade

3rd Grade to Adult

5th Grade to Adult 


The Lasers of Oz
The music of one of the most popular, enchanting films in amazing laser light featuring music from The Wizard of Oz.

Over the Rainbow
Ding Dong the Witch is Dead
The Lollipop League
We Welcome You To Munchkinland
Follow the Yellow Brick Road
If I Only Had A Brain
We're Off To See The Wizard
Merry Old Land of Oz
The End

The Beatles Anthology

Rock and Roll Music
Twist and Shout
I Want to Hold Your Hand
Help!
Yesterday
Tomorrow Never Knows
Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band
Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds
When I’m 64
I Am the Walrus
Strawberry Fields Forever
Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da
All Together Now
Octopus Garden
Get Back
The End




Saturday Nights at the Planetarium
Astronomy & Laser Shows Schedule

November 29
The Planetarium will be closed for the Thanksgiving Holiday.

December 6
4:00 - Secret of the Carboard Rocket
5:00 - Cosmic Journey
6:30 - Black Holes
8:00 - New Laser Wizard of Oz
9:00 - Beatles Anthology

Tickets

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December 13
4:00 - New Show This is Our Sky
5:00 - Cosmic Collisions
6:30 - Holiday Magic Laser Show
8:00 - Holiday Magic Laser Show
9:00 - Holiday Magic Laser Show

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Holidy Magic Laser Show Featuring
Snow Miser.

December 20
4:00 - The Moon
5:00 - The Magic Tree House
6:30 - Holiday Magic Laser Show
8:00 - Holiday Magic Laser Show
9:00 - Holiday Magic Laser Show

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2015 dates will be posted soon.

 

About Us

Title 1 Field Trips Program

The Fujitsu Planetarium at
De Anza College is the largest school Planetarium west of the Rocky Mountains and since our renovation, is one of the most modern in the world.

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What's under the dome?

The Planetarium is shared by the College Astronomy and Community Education Departments. When used as a classroom, it serves over 2700 college students per year. The Astronomy program at De Anza is the largest in the California State Community College System.

About 35,000 community members, including students from pre-school through high school, attend these shows and events every year.

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