Celestial Cycles: Winter Solstice
While enjoying the beauty of Dog Canyon at sundown, learn about celestial cycles and how early cultures used the night sky to time their daily lives. Often celebrated as Yule, Winter Solstice started at 10:11 am this morning, and marks the longest night of the year. Dress warmly, while you view the stars and constellations in the dark skies over Oliver Lee Memorial State Park. Meet at Group Shelter. Contact: Charles Wood 575-437-8284.
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409 Dog Canyon Rd.
Alamogordo, NM 88310