Indian River State College’s Hallstrom Planetarium will be presenting "Space Songs," this weekend. It’s kind of like some weird blend of planetarium sky show and karaoke. You’ll hear such classic songs as, the “Black Hole Hokey-Pokey”, “Tumbling Asteroids,” “Moon Rovers,” “There Are Plenty of Stars,” and the ever-popular, “What is Gravity?” And just so I don’t have all the fun, the audience will be invited to sing along too, as we project the words up on the planetarium dome. “Space Songs” is highly recommended for families with kids ages four and older. Shows are this Friday night at 6 or 7:30 PM, and on Saturday afternoon at 1 or 2:30. If skies are clear on Friday night, the Treasure Coast Astronomical Society will be on hand to provide guided views of outer space through their telescopes. Call the IRSC box office at 462-4750, or from Martin, Indian River and Okeechobee counties call toll free: 1-800-220-9915.