MOON AND CRATERS | June 23 @ 7 p.m. | $3, ages 3 and younger Free
Griffith Observatory Astronomist Stephanie Stawinski will deliver an amazing presentation of our closest celestial object: the Moon. Her visual representation of the Moon circling the Earth will include an interactive demonstration with flashlights and balls, followed by an activity exploring craters. Participants will create their own craters and simulate crater effects using marbles and sand boxes.
For more information, call or visit the Prime Desert Woodland Preserve Interpretive Center during open hours, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Sunday and Wednesday. (661) 723-6230
Fees to attend presentations will be collected at the door of the Interpretive Center on the day of each presentation. All presentations & walks last approximately one hour. Presentations are free for children three years & under. Meet at the Interpretive Center at posted times for all group walks. Call (661) 723-6230 for more information.
• Attendance is limited for events in the Interpretive Center.
• Meet at the Interpretive Center at posted times.