COLUMBUS, Ind. — The “Star of Bethlehem,” an annual Christmas season program, returns this weekend at the Noblitt Planetarium of Columbus East High School.

Visitors will be able to experience a constellation sky show, music and imagery on the Sky Dome. The presentation incorporates history, science and biblical reference.

Bob Kasting, retired chairman of the high school science department, will lead the presentation.

Seating can accomnodate up to 50 people for each show.

Tickets are $5 for 7 p.m. shows planned tonight, Saturday and Sunday.

Columbus East is located at 230 S. Marr Road. Enter using Door E near the flag pole.