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Acadia and the night sky, too!

Posted by David Lyon  September 14, 2009 07:45 AM

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Bright lights are fine in the big city, but the night sky without light pollution is a bedazzling sight. The Acadia Night Sky Festival in Bar Harbor and Acadia National Park begins at sunset on Sept. 17 and ends at dawn on Sept. 21. Look for guided and interpretive stargazing every night, night walks by park rangers to view nocturnal wildlife, and a workshop (advance registration required) in nighttime digital photography led by Todd Nordgren. There will also be storytelling, singalongs and other programs. For details, see www.nightskyfestival.org.

Posted by David Lyon, Globe Correspondent

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1 comments so far...
  1. Hi Julie,

    Saw this article on boston.com today....are you involved in this event??

    Posted by Mom September 14, 09 04:47 PM
 
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