VIRTUAL: What's Up In The Sky?
Monday, May 166:30—7:30 PMOnlineMain Library28 Arlington Street, Dracut, MA, 01826
Len is going to take us on an overview of what's up in the sky in the Spring and how that is different from other seasons. He'll chat about constellations, the why of the seasonal changes, and how to best view the stars from your backyard (or places around town that are ideal).
Len Rabinowitz has recently been appointed NASA Solar System Ambassador. He is a retired history teacher from Ashland High School, a lifelong astronomy enthusiast, as well as a musician.
This is a HYBRID program so you can attend in person (at the Ashland Public Library) or online. All participants must register so we know how many to expect at the library and virtually.
All participants must register. If you are joining us in person, PLEASE CLICK HERE TO REGISTER ON EVENTBRITE.
If you are joining us online, PLEASE REGISTER FOR THE ZOOM LINK. You will receive confirmation of virtual registration from Zoom, and in-person registration from the Ashland Public Library. Please check your spam folder if you don't see the confirmation email in your inbox.
Sponsored by the Friends of the Ashland Library.
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