Join Geauga Skywatchers for a fun-filled scientific journey studying the cosmos and the universe. Did you ever wonder what those celestial constellations, mysterious black holes and Milky Way contain? Would you like to learn how to use a telescope?
This is a fun, hands-on club for all ages. Monthly classes and astronomy activities are directed to the 6th-12th grade education level, but all are welcome. Classes are taught by members of the Chagrin Valley Astronomical Society.
Geauga Skywatchers Program Series
“Constellations: Hop-Skip & Jump”
Observatory Park, Geauga Park District
10610 Clay St, Montville, OH 44064
Monday, December 9th from 6:30 p.m. -7:30 p.m.
How do you find your way around the night sky? Martin Mullet of the Chagrin Valley Astronomical Society will take you on a breathtaking guided tour of the skies. You will learn how to star-hop from place to place by identifying the constellations. Learn the interesting back-stories of these star groupings. Limited space. Unlimited Adventure!
Telescopes are now available for loan through you local Geauga County Library.
To reserve a telescope through Geauga County Library System, click here.
To reserve a telescope at Burton Public Library, click here.
These programs are made possible through collaboration Foundation for Geauga Parks, Chagrin Valley Astronomical Society, Geauga County Library System, Burton Public Libary and Geauga Park District.