Join us on Saturday, March 24th for this unique event to raise some coin and learn more about Berthoud’s own Little Thompson Observatory!
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SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
$1/beer sold ALL DAY will be donated to the Little Thompson Observatory, so drink up!
3:00pm | Telescope viewing in the beer garden: peer through the solar telescope at the sun’s prominences and solar spots.
4:00pm | Telescope viewing in the beer garden: view the moon and Venus.
About the Little Thompson Observatory (LTO):
The Observatory is located on the grounds of Berthoud High School in Berthoud, CO. They’re an all-volunteer organization that survives on donations of time, talent, and money. The Observatory offers no-charge public access to the wonders of the night sky, either on one of our regularly scheduled public nights, or as a private group affair. When the weather co-operates, each session includes a guided tour of the sky using our large 18-inch telescope. Operated by the Little Thompson Science Foundation, the LTO has supported K-12 science education since 1996.
More Information: www.starkids.org
Photo: Joshua Hardin, Colorado Life Magazine