A unique gift idea for family and friends!
Celebrate a birthday, a wedding, an anniversary or just show you care by giving this special gift. The Edmonton Space & Science Foundation's Be a Star program is perfect for any gift giving occasion and also offers a lasting sentiment as a memorial or tribute.
Prices range from $50 to $1,000 and star purchases are tax deductible with net proceeds supporting programming at TELUS World of Science - Edmonton.
Please note it may take up to 5 weekdays to process a star.
PLESAE NOTE: The final day to order your Be A Star and have it delivered by mail in time for the holidays is December 8. The final day to order and have it ready for pick-up in time for the holidays will be December 19.
Donors and recipients are now able to view their star on the new Be a Star interactive screen located in the re-imagined lobby of your new science centre!
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TELUS World of Science™ - Edmonton s 11211 142 Street, Edmonton, AB T5M 4A1 s Tel: 780-451-3344 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Be a Star is a fundraising endeavour of the Edmonton Space & Science Foundation, to support the programs of TELUS World of Science™ - Edmonton, and is not an official astronomical designation.
Milky Way Mosaic Program
The Milky Way Mosaic program provides donors with all of the benefits of the Be a Star program plus a physical star in our Milky Way Mosaic mounted on select glass panels near the Skywalk on the second level of TELUS World of Science. These stars can be engraved with up to 50 characters of text for personal messages or dedication. Stars range in size from 15" to 25".
Milky Way Mosaic Stars range in price from $2,500 to $15,000 depending on the size of the star.
Call 780-451-3344 to find out more about our Be a Star program.
The Edmonton Space & Science Foundation is a non-profit organization that operates TELUS World of Science – Edmonton.
Charitable Registration # 10728 3236 RR0001.
This is a fundraising endeavour of the Edmonton Space & Science Foundation to support the programs of the TELUS World of Science - Edmonton and is not an official astronomical designation.