Bundle up for the cold weather and come to the Dover Public Library on Tuesday,February 17, at 6:30pm to participate in a “SkyWatch”, under the tutelage of the New HampshireAstronomical Society. We’ll start out inside with a brief (about 20 minutes) informational session and slide show on “What’s up in Tonight’s Sky”. Then we’ll move outside to set up telescopes and dosome star-gazing!
.It’s important to stay warm! Bring about twice as much warm clothing as you think you 'll need. Winter calls for insulated boots, thermal underwear, corduroy jeans, parka, flannel shirt, gloves, and, very important, a warm knit cap!
Participants may bring their own telescopes if they desire, but the Library’s telescopes, as well as
Society members’ telescopes, will be available to use. In the event of a cloudy night, the informational
slide show will still take place at 6:30pm. Families are encouraged to attend. This program is free and
open to the public. For more information call the Dover Public Library at 603-516-6050.