Celebrate the fall equinox at Solstice Park in West Seattle

That photo from Twitter shows some of the silky pink that stretched across the sky after tonight’s final sunset of summer; tomorrow night, fall arrives, and you can greet its arrival with Alice Enevoldsen, who you may remember as the heroic volunteer WSB mapmaker during Snowpocalypse last winter. Alice is among many other things, author of alicesastroinfo.com, and is welcoming you to join her at Solstice Park (over the tennis courts northeast of Lincoln Park; map) tomorrow night to greet the arrival of fall at 7:06 pm our time. Could be some stargazing involved if the weather holds; read Alice’s full invite here.

1 Reply to "Celebrate the fall equinox at Solstice Park in West Seattle"

  • Alice September 21, 2009 (11:16 pm)

    Arrive a bit early, 7:06 is the actual sunset time for a flat horizon, and we’ve got some mountains. I’m planning to show up around 6:30ish, definitely by 6:45pm.

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