Natural Horror Picture Show: “The Outer Limits: Demon with the Glass Hand”
December 7, 7pm
Days ago Trent awoke with no memory of his past. Since then, sinister men have pursued him constantly. He manages to stay one step ahead of them by following the advice of ... his hand! Made of glass and capable of speech, Trent’s hand can answer many of his questions. But it cannot tell him who he is or why his enemies seek him until he finds his hand’s three missing fingers. The trouble is they’re in the grasp of his enemies. Will he recover his missing metacarpals? And when he finally talks to his completed hand, what will it tell him?
The Museum and the new Nature Research Center stay open from 5 to 9 pm on the First Friday of every month, inviting visitors to witness a (classic) sci-fi or horror movie, wander through eye-catching exhibits, or enjoy food and beverages at the Daily Planet Café. “Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition ” is now open and First Friday visitors can see it at a discounted rate ($3 off adult tickets). Additionally, the Museum Stores offer after-hours shopping and an opening reception (6:30-8:30pm) for quilter Charlotte Ziebarth, whose show “Visions of Trees Dance in My Head” runs December 7–January 7 in the Nature Art Gallery. All exhibited art is for sale.