Space enthusiasts of all ages are invited to take a FREE virtual trip to North Carolina’s Museum of Natural Sciences’ Annual Astronomy Days today through Sunday, January 31. This year’s line-up features subject matters experts from NASA’s Langley Research Center presenting on a range of topics including the Artemis program, advancements in fabrication technologies, how to make a spinning galaxy, and more. Students and families can participate in talks and craft tutorials, view STEM videos, complete hands-on activities focused on NASA’s Moon and Mars missions and join the museum’s virtual game night on Tuesday, January 26 at 6 p.m.
While Astronomy Days are free, attendees are required to register to attend each session.
One city Marathon Goes Virtual
|One City Marathon has returned for its seventh year. This year’s race is virtual and gives everyone the opportunity to earn more medals with the Multi-Race Challenge. Races include the marathon presented by Newport News Shipbuilding, BayPort Credit Union Half Marathon, the Maritime 8K presented by Optima Health and the Nautical Mile. |
Registration is currently open and includes a shirt, a finisher’s medal and a personalized bib for those who sign up before January 30. Participants must complete races between March 5 and March 14, and utilize the One City Marathon app to submit their race time.
To participate in the Multi-Race Challenge, runners must register for and complete two or three races. Races can be completed in any order as long as they are all done between the specified timeframe. Special combined pricing is available for the Multi-Race Challenge. To register for a race and to learn more, visit the One City Marathon website.Subscribe to NN Now Visit our website