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Friday, Sept. 11 6:30 – 8 p.m. via Facebook Live
Join State Parks Interpretive Specialist Troy Carpenter for a lively presentation about stars — including our sun — and how stars appear in our sky and what you can see in dark skies versus city skies. Girl Scouts are encouraged to register for this event and will receive a special email on Sept. 8, with a link to the Astronomy Hour and Saturday’s Zoom workshop, a special printable State Park passport, and bonus outdoor video content to view at leisure. Girl Scouts can work on their Space Science badge as part of this event. The Virtual Astronomy Hour is open to the public.
Virtual Camping and Outdoor Skills Workshop
Saturday, Sept. 12 10 – 11 a.m. Via Zoom (available only to Girl Scouts who register)
Participants and their families can brush up their outdoor skills and also hear about career opportunities at Washington State Parks from Ranger Diana Dupuis, Inland Northwest area manager.
For more information about the Girl Scouts Love State Parks Day events, contact State Parks executive assistant Becki Ellison at email@example.com.