Science en Route Public Outreach


Coming to a portable planetarium near you!


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Under the Same Stars: Minwaadiziwin

The First People were scientists and innovators, carefully tracking and moving with the seasons and creating inventions that allowed them to survive in the northern forests of our country. With this close connection to the natural world, the Indigenous People of Canada developed a strong culture, rooted in respect for the environment. "Under the Same Stars: Minwaadiziwin" aims to give visitors a chance to learn about the Indigenous worldview and sit at the fire with two people who are connected to the traditional ways. Visitors will leave the planetarium with an understanding of common constellations visible in the night sky and the Anishinaabe stories that define them. Minwaadiziwin is an Ojibwe term which refers to the hope for all living things to lead a good life. As we are all on this planet together and sit under the same stars, we hope for a good life for all.

Public Show Times

(shows run every 30 minutes on the hour & half hour)
FREE admission!

City Date Location Time
NORTH BAY July 11 North Bay Public Library 2:00 pm - 6:00 pm
PARRY SOUND August 1 Bobby Orr Community Centre 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
MOONBEAM August 17 Moonbeam Dome 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
(French & English shows will be playing)


Fees & Requirements

Minimum two (2) day booking in Northern Ontario, plus mileage and accommodation.

  • 100 - 299km: $895 per day*
  • 300 - 599km: $995 per day*
  • 600 - 899km: $1095 per day*
  • 900km or more: please contact us for a quote
* Mileage is charged at $0.50 per kilometre from Science North

We require eight (8) large tables, access to electricity and water and shelter from the elements (if needed).

If you have special needs for your event, or have questions about Science North En Route, contact our Outreach Team: 1-800-461-4898 ext 345, or by email outreach@sciencenorth.ca