Nature By Firelight at Lichterman Nature Center

Lichterman Nature Center

Take a Night Hike around the lake, then warm up by camp fires, and enjoy toasted s’mores and beverages.  Check out the night sky with the staff of the MoSH Planetarium.

Fossil Fest – You’ll Dig It!

Walk like a dinosaur, dig for fossils, study plants, go on scavenger hunts, learn about the KT extinction, and so much more. Stop by for fossils, fun and food trucks.

Isaac Hayes: Black Moses Gives Back – Grand Opening

Black Moses Gives Back is a fun and colorful exhibit which shows audiences a unique collection of dashikis worn by the late soul singer, Isaac Hayes. Beyond displaying the African clothing worn by Hayes, this exhibit will highlight Hayes’s philanthropic efforts in the African nation of Ghana and also his hometown of Memphis.

Movies & Mixers – Shaft 1971

Join us for socializing and drinks before an in-theater pre-show and Giant Screen feature presentation of Shaft 1971.

Taste of Ghana

Experience an evening of Ghanaian music, food, shopping, and more at Taste of Ghana. Enjoy the flavors of Ghana with authentic small plates and soups served between 6pm - 7pm, dance to the rhythms of live traditional music by Obruni Dance Band, and hear and share personal stories from the local Ghanaian community.

Lunar Eclipse + “Dark Side of The Moon” Laser Show

50 years ago, a soon to be super group entered the studio to record their latest music. Over the next 9 months they created one of the greatest albums of all time. The group was Pink Floyd and the album was (of course) Dark Side of the Moon. On May 15, an astronomical event helps us to commemorate that creative masterpiece by observing a total lunar eclipse.

The Tea Garden at the Mallory-Neely House

Come have a cup of tea (or 2) with us at The Tea Garden. Enjoy some tasty pastries and a good cup of tea at the Mallory-Neely House. Dress to impress and enjoy a nice stroll through the newly installed gardens.

Rise Up: Stonewall and the LGBTQ Rights Movement

Rise Up: Stonewall and the LGBTQ Rights Movement is hugely popular national traveling exhibit created by the Newseum in Washington, D.C. that explores how the police raid of the Stonewall Inn in New York’s Greenwich Village in June 1969 became the spark that ignited the modern gay rights movement in the United States.