An all-night vigil, searching for summer stars, takes place Friday night (Aug. 19) at Aldergrove Lake Regional Park.
Aldergrove Bowl is a great place for watching summer stars, Participants should bring a blanket and lie back to enjoy the celestial show. They can explore the solar system and beyond with help from the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada, Vancouver Centre. There will also be an interactive play from Greek mythology and a chance to navigate the constellations with park interpreters.
The evening begins at 8 p.m. and participants must arrive before 11 p.m., but can leave at any time. They should bring a flashlight, tent, blankets and snacks. Cost is $2 per person, and registration is not required. Those interested should meet at the Aldergrove Bowl entrance on Lefeuvre Road.