SUMMER SOLSTICE 2016: Sunset watch Monday with Alice Enevoldsen

(WSB photo from Summer Solstice Sunset Watch 2014)

Will the sun be out at sunset Monday night, so you can see what the people in our photo saw two years ago – the sun aligning with the solstice path/marker at West Seattle’s Solstice Park? Alice Enevoldsen invites you to come find out firsthand. She’s published her official Summer Solstice Sunset Watch invitation; be there at 8:45 pm, to see the sun slip behind the Olympics about 15 minutes after that. The Solstice moment is actually 5+ hours earlier – 3:34 pm – but Alice’s quarterly season-change sunset watches are usually set for the sunset closest to the solstice/equinox, and that means, in this case, Monday night. All ages welcome; dogs too, if leashed. Not familiar with Solstice Park? Read about it on Alice’s website.

P.S. Alice says this will be her 29th solstice/equinox sunset watch. (First one we covered was the autumn equinox watch in 2009.)

1 Reply to "SUMMER SOLSTICE 2016: Sunset watch Monday with Alice Enevoldsen"

  • Alice June 20, 2016 (5:50 pm)

    Does anyone reading this know if Solstice Park has been buggy at sunset lately? It is in spring, but I don’t remember if the bugs are still out in summer.


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