Join members of the Shoreline Amateur Astronomical Association on Saturday, October 15
for a one hour indoor program called Legends and Lore of the Fall Constellations at 7:30 p.m.
at the Nature Education Center.
This program will focus on the stories behind the constellations of our autumn sky and delve into information on the Roman gods, Greek goddesses, and animals immortalized in the heavens.
This program will be held rain or shine.
Following the indoor program, there will be a two hour outdoor viewing session (weather permitting).
For the outdoor viewing, telescopes will be provided, or you may bring your own. Bring a lawn chair and binoculars (if you have them). There are no fees and advanced registration is not required. The program and viewing are for adults and older children.
The Nature Education Center is located at Hemlock Crossing in Port Sheldon Township. From US 31, travel west on Croswell St. to West Olive Rd. Travel south on West Olive Rd. to the park entrance. The center is at the end of the park drive. Call 616-786-4847 if you need more information.