Date(s) - 08/12/2014 - 08/13/2014


Have you ever seen the Perseids Meteor Shower? Join us on August 12, from 9 to midnight, to view the action from the most famous of all meteor showers. 
The Perseids gets its name because it appears to emanate from the constellation Perseus. Although the phenomenon is seen in North America from the last week in July, the greatest number of meteors is visible by August 12 – usually 50 to 80 meteors per hour.
Meet at the gazebo at 8:45 p.m. Bring lawn chairs or blankets, flashlights, bug spray and snacks. Let’s hope for a clear night!
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