TUESDAY: Summer Solstice sunset watch – plus eclipse info – with Alice Enevoldsen

(WSB photo: Summer solstice sunset watch 2016)

Summer officially starts at 9:24 pm next Tuesday (June 20th) – and that’s less than half an hour after sunset, so Alice Enevoldsen‘s 33rd seasonal sunset watch will be close to the actual solstice moment. You’re invited to watch it with her at Solstice Park (7400 Fauntleroy Way SW) as usual, and there’s an informational bonus this time:

This is also my last currently scheduled event before the solar eclipse in August! Come and I’ll give tips and resources on safely observing the eclipse from Seattle, as well as at sites in Oregon. I’ve got more resources than anyone (practically) on safe observing for kids aged 18-months to 6 years, so bring the kiddos.

Alice’s events are free, fun, and informative, and part of what she does as a volunteer NASA Solar System Ambassador.

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