By Joan Mieritz
Special to The PREVIEW
Astronomy Day this spring is May 14, and the San Juan Stargazers will have educational and fun activities to celebrate the wonders of our amazing Universe. It is free and will be held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
We have a new location which is both noticeable and safe. We will be meeting across from the Ruby Sisson Library, north of U.S. 160 on 8th street and Rosita Street, which is the frontage road between Martie’s Mercantile and Old Town Market. We will be using Martie’s umbrella tables for activities and hope to have a solar telescope set up.