See The Universe at Potawatomi Wildlife Parkby Potawatomi Wildlife Park on November 14, 2014
Tippecanoe- The Warsaw Astronomical Society will be conducting a public observing night hosted by Potawatomi Wildlife Park Saturday evening November 22th, 1 hour after dark at the park observing field. Observing is pending clear skies. Call ahead if partly cloudy.
Plan to attend and discover the Universe for yourself! Society members will be in attendance to share the night sky through telescopes of all sizes. Objects will include various constellations, and an array of other near and deep sky objects. Questions may be directed to the Potawatomi Wildlife Park director at (574)498-6550 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Potawatomi Wildlife Park: Potawatomi Wildlife Park is a free-admission 317 acre park along the Tippecanoe River south of Bourbon, IN. It is in Marshall County, just over the Kosciusko County border. Coming from the north, the park entrance is located approximately 1/2 mile south of State Road 10 directly across from 17th Road. Coming from the south, the entrance is approximately 1/2 mile north of the Tippecanoe Bridge on State Road 331.
Recognized as Indiana's first official dark-sky preserve, the property is a favorite site for local and regional amateur astronomers. The Park is open daily from sunrise to sunset for you to walk the trails and observe or study wildlife or learn about the historic features the park preserves.
About Potawatomi Park Inc: Potawatomi Park, Inc is a 501(c)3 nonprofit that operates 317 acre Potawatomi Wildlife Park on State Rd 331 and 10 acre "The Wall" Historic Park on Birch Road.
The mission of Potawatomi Park, Inc is to:
**Maintain a place for low-impact recreation where the public can enjoy the solitude of nature, commune with wildlife, and gain an understanding of local history.
**Provide educational programs and opportunities for all people
**Provide a community and regional gathering place