The universe is awesome, and kids should know!

We remember that first walk on the moon and the possibilities and dreams that it generated. Space St. Croix is a non-profit located in Hudson, Wisconsin focused on bringing cool information and experiences about the universe to local youth.

Learning about all the work and ideas that go into something as tremendous as space travel is important to understand as part of our history — and future. By showing kids the worlds beyond our own planet, we hope they will someday reach them! Science, technology, engineering can all take you to anywhere. They just have to dream it up first.


In addition to our community events, Space St. Croix provides free classroom and large group presentation to schools within the Hudson, Wisconsin School District. If you are an educator and would like information about our programs, please view our programs per age group below:


  • Presenting at a Space Conference

    This will be my first time being a presenter at the 24th annual Space Exploration Educator Conference (SEEC) at the NASA Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas. I will be sharing a classroom presentation I…

  • Off to NASA Glenn Research Center for Training

    Space St. Croix received an education grant from the NASA Glenn Research Center (GRC) to offer their Engineering Design Challenge (EDC) to students here in Hudson. Part of the grant award requires facilitators to travel…

  • Big Things In Store for New Year

    Space St. Croix was thrilled to receive a grant from the Hudson Rotary car raffle last summer. This grant was used to purchase Galileoscopes (small portable telescopes based on Galileo’s original), tripods, kit bags and…