Join us for an out-of-this-world night of astronomical education the whole family will enjoy. Local astronomical societies will be bringing their entire toy box of telescopes, laser pointers, moon rocks, experiments and even an inflatable planetarium! Space themed crafts and snacks are included! Dark Skies, Bright Kids is held indoors and will take place rain/snow or shine.
Date: Thursday, March 19, 2020
StarLab Shows: (Please plan to come early or stay late, within the 6-8pm time frame, to ensure you have time to visit all of our stations!)
Where: The Anchor Recreation Facility
33483 Lake Rd.
Who: Fun for all ages!
The StarLab activity has a limited availability. Pre-registration for StarLab is $3 per person. A parent or responsible party must be in the StarLab with any young children to ensure fun for all. Please be sure to purchase a ticket for your children and at least one adult per group. Admission will only be accepted at the door if space is available. We strongly suggest registering in advance as we anticipate selling out. If miss out on the StarLab shows, register for FREE admission to the rest of the event.
Brought to you by The City of Avon Lake Parks & Recreation Department, in cooperation with NASA Glenn Research Center, Black River Astronomical Society, The Avon Lake Public Library, and local astronomer Suzie Dills with StarryTrails.