Date & Time:

Saturday 06/15/2024
7:00 pm-10:00 pm

Organizer:

Southern Nevada Conservancy

Location:

Meeting location confirmed when registered

Category

  • Evening
  • Family
  • Guest Presenter


Event Details

About the Event
Join the Las Vegas Astronomical Society for a night of stargazing on Mount Charleston! The public can view the night sky through the telescopes of volunteer members of the Las Vegas Astronomical Society and possibly catch a glimpse of Comet 13P/Olbers, a rare sight that graces our sky once every 70 years!
Chat with a representitive from The Las Vegas-Clark County Library District about summer reading challenges and library card sign-up. We’ll have snacks and drinks for sale along with retail items.
It may warm down in the Valley, but temperatures in the Spring Mountains can be 20-30 degrees cooler than in Las Vegas. Be sure to bring a jacket and warm layers. There will be a guest speaker for this event so chairs and blankets are welcome if desired. Flashlights with red light options are recommended to keep light pollution to a minimum.
Dogs are welcome but need to be on a leash at all times.

About the Location
Registration is required for this event. Meeting location confirmed with registration.
Any questions about this event can be directed to [email protected]

*This event is for visitors of all ages

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