Star-Crossed Lovers Valentine's Astronomy Shows

Adults-only stargazing shows

Windward Community College
Larry N Wiss, (808) 235-7350
Interim, Imaginarium Mgr, Career and Community Education
Posted: Feb 10, 2016

Looking for something uniquely entertaining this Valentine’s Day? Windward Community College’s Hōkūlani Imaginarium presents Star-Crossed Lovers, a special Valentine’s Day show for adults 21+ yoa (with Identification). Two evening live Stargazing shows will feature the uncensored tales of affairs of the heart in the constellations. Classic Greek tales have always fascinated mere mortals, with traditional astronomy shows usually avoiding discussion of the bawdy details of adult themes that run through mythology—not so in the two Star-Crossed Lovers adults-only stargazing shows on Valentine’s Day. Gaze through the universe and back in time as Krissie Kellogg shares the often censored details of mythological love, loss, and affairs of the heart between the constellations in her own distinctive style!

Sunday, February 14, 2016, $15 per person (singles and couples welcome) includes admission, glass of wine or non-alcoholic beverage, flower, Valentine’s Day favor and photo booth opportunity.

1st Seating: 6:30–7 p.m. Social Time (wine, favor, photo booth) and 7–8 p.m. show.

2nd Seating: 8–8:30 p.m. Social Time (wine, favor, photo booth) and 8:30–9:30 p.m. show.

Reservations and proof of age required, call 235-7433 Mon–Fri from 8 a.m.–3 p.m. for reservations. Box Office will only sell tickets with prior reservations. No walk-up tickets will be available. Note: Credit cards are not accepted.

The Hōkūlani Imaginarium is located on the Windward Community College campus at 45-720 Kea‘ahala Rd. in Kane‘ohe. Hōkūlani is Hawaiian for Starry Heavens. The Imaginarium is a high-tech planetarium and multi-media facility. The 84-seat theater operates a Definiti 4K fulldome system from Sky-Skan. The Digital Sky 2 technology allows audiences to experience immersive adventures in a true 360° environment. Viewers feel like they are part of the unfolding scene, whether it is falling through a black hole, flying through Saturn’s rings or witnessing the beginnings of the universe.