Archive for Star Gazing

STORIES OF THE METHOW LECTURE: Myth & Mystery in the Night Sky

The Methow Valley Interpretive Center along with Washington State Parks present a Stories of the Methow Lecture: Myth & Mystery in the Night Sky with David Ward.

David Ward started looking at the stars when he was 5 years old. He built his own telescope as a teenager. Currently he writes a monthly column on stargazing for the Methow Valley News. For many years he has presented stargazing programs throughout the west, from the North Cascades to Death Valley, California. David loves to combine ancient people’s stories about the stars along with our modern understanding of the amazing cosmos.

The lecture will be held at the Pearrygin Lake State Park Amphitheater – a Discover Pass is required and can be obtained at the Park entrance.