Join us on Saturday, Sept. 3 at 9 p.m. at Park Site #52 at the south end of Quaker Lake to enjoy naked eye viewing of our beautiful night sky.
You are probably familiar with the Big Dipper but can you find the Little Dipper? And how about the graceful swan gliding across the summer sky? We’ll learn about these and other celestial wonders.
We’ll also seek out a few good binocular targets. Long time amateur astronomer, Bert Probst, will lead us on a tour of the splendors of the summer sky. Be sure to dress warm and bring a lawn chair or blanket to sit on. Also, bug repellent is not a bad idea. Please no pets or unshielded flash lights. Red cellophane covering a flash light will provide adequate illumination and yet preserve our night vision. Please join us for an informative evening under the stars. In case of clouds or rain the event will be cancelled.