Friday, July 5, 2013 at 9:00 PM (MDT)
Pine, United States
Join astronomy team members for a tour of the 1937 William Baehr Observatory and an engaging look at the constellations and deep space objects. Weather permitting, peer through historic and modern telescopes.
Ages 10- adult.
There is a moderate 1/3 mile hike to the observatory. Please bring a flashlight, dress in layers, and wear sturdy hiking shoes.
Our programs are designed for individuals & families. If you are part of a group organization, (scout troop, meet-up, etc.) we ask that each family registers seperately. If you would like to register 6 or more people please contact, 720-497-7600, for more information.
Registration for this program is available one month before the date of the program. If you are registering during this time, but space is no longer available, please call Lookout Mountain Nature Center at 720-497-7600 to be placed on a waiting list.
Discover the Lookout Mountain Nature Center...where nature's riches abound and where curiosity and exploration are always rewarded.
Connect with nature at this 110 acre park. Inside experience exhibits that depict migrating birds and reveal secrets of the ponderosa pine forest. Visit the Discovery Corner and Observation Room. Outside stroll trails winding through forest and meadow, picnic beneath towering pine trees or join a naturalist-guided program.
The Lookout Mountain Nature Center creates awareness, understanding, and conservation of Jefferson County's open spaces through year-round educational programs and exhibits.
Visit http://lmnc.jeffco.us for more information.
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