Full Moon Snowshoe

Full Moon Snowshoe

February 13, 2016| Categories: Planetarium News, Programs and Events, StarGazing

February 23 from 7-9 p.m.  – Fairbanks Museum & Planetarium and St. Johnsbury Recreation Department are pleased to announce a fun family event at the Rankin Family Conservation Lands on Clark Rd. in Danville. From 7-9PM on February 23rd our full moon snowshoe event will feature a walk through fields and forest without the aid of headlamps or flashlights. After our walk to warm up, museum educator Bobby Farlice-Rubio will host a short talk about the moon with a telescope for closer observation of February’s “snow moon” or “wolf moon.”

Address for event:  791 Clark Road, Danville There is a gravel parking lot with signage. https://www.google.com/maps/place/791+Clark+Rd,+Danville,+VT+05828/@44.4083564,-72.0592427,2226m/data=!3m1!1e3!4m2!3m1!1s0x4cb448b6d4b40233:0x185e0e4ed372df6

Suggested $5 donation per person.
Please bring a set of snowshoes if you have them.

We ask that you please RSVP to this event. Please e-mail Leila Nordmann at lnordmann@fairbanksmuseum.org

Tags: Eye on the Night Sky, Fairbanks Museum, Family, Field Outing, Northeast Kingdom