This week we are presenting back-to-back programs at the Edith Wheeler Memorial Library in Monroe, CT (see http://www.ewml.org/) as part of their summer reading program for teens. On Monday, July 16 we’ll be giving a workshop on dreams, from what scientists studying them say, to how dreams have been interpreted throughout history, to how people can remember and record their own dreams! The very next day on Tuesday, July 17, we’ll be hosting an evening Skywatch at the library and will teach teens how to become “knowledgeable observers” about what they see in the night sky. We will share the equipment and software that we use to view the sky and easily identify what planets, stars, and other objects are overhead – including ones which may be unidentified! This is going to be a fun and interactive event for everyone (adults are welcome to join us too!). Handouts will be provided at both, and we will have a limited-selection of books related to these subjects available at each program at discounted prices. Can’t attended these ones? We will be hosting other similar events over the summer so you can contact us for details on when we’ll be closer to you!
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