Astronomy Nights at Lake Casitas Recreation Area 2017

Astronomy Nights at Lake Casitas Recreation Area 2017

Fun, Informative and Free.

It's Summertime - Time for Astronomy Nights at Lake Casitas! 

Far far away from city lights, Lake Casitas Recreation Area is a perfect place to stargaze with NASA accredited astronomer Ernest Underhay. Peek through our super big telescope and/or bring your own binoculars or telescope. Mr. Underhay is as entertaining as he is knowledgeable. Everyone is welcome. Park entrance fees apply. You may want to bring your blanket or lawn chair. For more information email Kyler at kheath@casitaswater.com

Meet at Picnic #1 by Santa Ana Launch Ramp 

Events start at 8:30 PM:

 

 

 

 

Saturday, August 26  - Summer Milky Way

Saturday, September 2  - Farewell to Summer  

 

 

 

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