Come to Big Oak Canyon for an evening of stargazing and stories! Bring a chair or mat to lie on, and warm clothing to get cozy. Learn how to read the night sky and observe its patterns like humans have done for millennia. Learn some of the constellations and the stories that connect them. You’ll have the opportunity to look through a telescope at the stars and moon, and will hopefully leave oriented better to the natural rhythms of the sky and the seasons.
Participants are invited to camp (optional) at Big Oak Canyon over night for an additional fee. Campers may arrive at 4 PM on the day of the class and depart by 10 AM the next morning.
Telescopes will be available for star gazing.
Hot tea will be provided. Due to Covid-19, please provide your own reusable mug.
Saturday, October 29th, 6-8 PM, Day of the Dead Astonomy Night
*Optional campout available, please arrive at 4 pm to camp
Who: All ages welcome
Where: Big Oak Canyon (in Silverado Canyon), driving directions will be sent to you via email upon registration
Price: $32 per person, optional campout is an additional $30 per family
Please see our Covid-19 Policy for current protocols.
What is included:
- Camping area on lower terrace
- Potable water for washing
- Picnic tables
What to bring:
- Drinking water
- Food or snacks
- Tent (optional if you want to sleep under the stars)
- Sleeping items: sleeping bag, mat, blankets, pillow
- Warm clothing
- Any dishes, cookware, or stove you may want for the morning
Earthroots is committed to creating nature connection opportunities for BIPOC (Black, Indigenous and People of Color) participants. We are offering two full BIPOC Scholarships for this program.
It is Earthroots Field School’s policy and pleasure to make scholarship space available in its programs for those in need.