We’re excited to announce that our free, public stargazing events have moved to the Center for the Arts located in downtown Jackson. This move allows us to reach more people thanks to a more convenient location to both locals and tourists, as well as receiving support from the Center for the Arts itself.
In addition, this move also helps us to educate people on the threats that light pollution pose, which you will be hearing about much more from us as Wyoming Stargazing takes a more active stance in helping Jackson reclaim its night skies. To see what’s at stake, you can watch a short film on the subject on this blog post.
We’ll be meeting on the south side of the building (facing Snow King) on the lawn for the following dates throughout the winter:
- December: 12th and 26th
- January: 9th and 23rd
- February: 13th and 27th
- March: 13th and 27th
- April: 10th and 24th