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Season of Light is a family friendly, visually rich show about the darkest and coldest time of year, winter.  Despite the chilly weather, winter is home to some of the warmest and brightest celebrations.  The show explains why we have seasons and traces the origins of many of the world’s most enduring customs from Christmas trees to the Hanukkah Menorah, Santa to the Star of Bethlehem.

Season of Light also includes astronomy. The audience will discover constellations of the Northern Hemisphere and why we have seasons. Season of Light concludes with a discussion of the possible astronomical explanations for the Star of Bethlehem.

If you are a fan of the Imaginarium’s classic show Star of Bethlehem, you will love Season of Light.


Produced by Loch Ness Productions

Narrated by  Noah Adams (National Public Radio)

Runtime: 35 min

Audience: suitable for grades K and up

Season of Light was made possible by the generous donation of Dr. Jacqueline