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CANCELLED – Storyteller’s Night Sky @ the State Theatre
July 6 @ 9:30 am - 10:00 am| The State Theatre
**This program has been cancelled and will be rescheduled during the fall months.**
Once upon a time, every star had a name, and in every name was a story…
So begins a magical session of the storytelling of the stars with Star Lore Historian Mary Stewart Adams, founding member of the team that established one of the first ten international dark sky parks in the world, and host of the weekly radio segment “The Storyteller’s Night Sky” heard each Monday morning on Interlochen Public Radio.
About the New Moons program: July promises to be terrific for star gazing because there are two New Moons this month, a rare event that augments the 50th anniversary of the Apollo Moon landing. This presentation will include fun facts in the history of astronomy, as well as stories that connect us to the stars overhead in this season (such as Rumplestiltskin, The Terrible Tantagabogus, and Little Red Riding Hood). Mary’s presentations are interactive and informative, and while you may walk away with a star map in hand, you will also leave with a star song in your heart!
*This program starts 30 minutes before the featured movie. Attendees must buy a movie ticket to attend.
This program at the State Theatre is part of TADL’s A Universe of Stories Summer Reading Club.