**RESCHEDULED to January 7**

Saturday, November 26 6:00 – 9:00 pm

We invite you to enjoy an evening of stargazing and telescope viewing at the Charles and Kathryn Heide Schoolyard Observatory at Hawthorn Hollow Nature Sanctuary and Arboretum in celebration of the installation of our new telescope. Take a trip through our solar system as we discover sizes and distances of our nearest neighbors. Learn about the moon, it’s phases, and why the moon is so important to live on Earth.  There will be variety of telescopes on hand with volunteers to guide you in seeing the night’s brightest objects. Visitors are welcome to bring personal binoculars or telescopes.
Please reserve and donate today.
This is an adult & family outdoor event with no set viewing schedule (arrive or depart when you want), weather permitting (less 30% clouds). Dress appropriately for being still in nighttime outdoor weather.
Questions? Feel free to email: observatory@hawthornhollow.org