In November of 1833, every person in North America awed as the heavens rained stars upon the earth. Stock brokers, laundresses, pioneers, holy men, and hunters wondered if the meteor storm was a harbinger of prophecy or a portent of disaster. The Cheyenne call it “The Night the Stars Fell.” Join us on the peak night of the Leonids Meteor Shower as we talk about this remarkable event, and how it captured the imagination of Americans. Campfire and refreshments included!
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South Suburban Parks and Recreation6631 S University BlvdCentennial, CO 80121