90 Years in the making
CELEBRATE THE ANNIVERSARY OF PLUTO’S DISCOVERY FEB 15 & 18, 2020
Come show your love for our frosty ninth planet in cold and snowy Flagstaff, Arizona, where it was discovered by Clyde Tombaugh 90 years ago on February 18, 1930.
Food & DrinkTastes that honor our favorite planet from local businesses
Mother Road Brewing Co. is creating a special limited time “Pluto Porter”. This brew will be created with the help of Lowell Observatory astronomers and released on Feb 15 at the 4pm Art Gallery Reception at Lowell Observatory.
Following Clyde Tombaugh’s discovery of Pluto on Feb 18, 1930, he had dinner at what is now Karma Sushi Bar Grill. For a limited time only, Karma Sushi is proud to bring back the legendary Pluto Roll, available Sat, Feb 15, through Wed, Feb 19.
Peruse Pluto-themed art during the opening reception of the I Heart Pluto art show on February 15, featuring artists from the The International Association of Astronomical Artists (IAAA).
STEM to Bloom Magazine
A special Lowell/Pluto edition of the STEM to Bloom kids’ magazine will be available free to kids who come to the I Heart Pluto Festival. Plus, the magazine’s creator, Jeff Gonyea, will be available to sign them.