Bernheim’s night programs add mystery, magic and make for memorable experiences. Autumn and the coming of winter provide rewards for those who bundle up and venture outdoors. The stars and planets appear to sparkle more brightly, and there is nothing like coming into the warmth after a short brisk adventure outdoors. Listen for owls calling and the crunch of frost beneath your boots as you and your family experience the gifts that can best be discovered on cool autumn nights.
To optimize your enjoyment of these astronomical experiences, Bernheim star programs begin with a short but essential indoor orientation portion. Star Stories happen rain or shine. Under certain weather conditions the outdoor portion may be substituted for an engaging indoor star program.
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