FALL FLORA AND FIRMAMENT FROLIC AT SKY’S THE LIMIT

FALL FLORA AND FIRMAMENT FROLIC AT SKY’S THE LIMIT

The Fall Flora and Firmament Frolic is this Saturday at Sky’s the Limit. Reporter Taylor Thacker has more…
Families and life-long learners of all ages are welcome to this month’s Sky’s The Limit Observatory “Fall Flora and Firmament Frolic” Discovery Day. On Saturday, October 26, from 10 a.m. to noon, activities such as hunting for fall flora with desert naturalist Darrell Shade and viewing the firmament with Rick Hiestand are sure to interest and delight you. Other activities include a solar energy demo with Matt Dunphy, delving into Cryptobiotics with Tera Bottorff, and frolicking in the firmament with Ken Drummond. This event takes place at the Sky’s The Limit Observatory and Nature Center located just north to the entrance of the Joshua Tree National Park on Utah Trail. Everyone is advised to bring snacks, plenty of water, hats, sunscreen, and to dress for unpredictable desert weather. This event is limited to 40 people, and children under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult. Register today at the 29 Palms Park and Recreation Office or call 760-367-7562. For more information call 760-408-6099.

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