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“Kids Corner: Interactive Stargazing”
March 10 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm$3.00
“Kids Corner: Interactive Stargazing” March 10, 7:30pm
The Dubois Museum will present, "Kids Corner: Interactive Stargazing " as part of our Bailey Tire & Pit Stop Travel Centers Children's Exploration Series on March 10th at 7:30pm.
Wyoming Stargazing is a nonprofit organization based in Jackson, Wyoming that excels at making the often difficult to understand concepts of astronomy accessible to everyone. They will set up Celestron telescopes to entertain everyone by showing all that the extraordinary night skies of Dubois have to offer! Throughout the night they will show you planets, stars, nebulae, galaxies, and more. You'll get individualized attention from their knowledgeable and enthusiastic Stargazing Leaders, allowing you to finally get answers to all your burning questions about the Cosmos. You'll leave the program with a new understanding of the Universe and a sense of how you are connected to everything in the Cosmos. Their mission is to educate and inspire through Wyoming's extraordinary skies and the Universe beyond. They offer public and private stargazing programs, solar astronomy programs, planetarium programs, indoor astronomy presentations, and virtual astronomy programs.
Contact the Dubois Museum at 1-307-455-2284 to be on the list! This event is for kids, but everyone is welcome. May change date if it looks too cloudy. Call ahead to be put on a list. $3.00 per person.