03-16-2019 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Sky’s the Limit Observatory and Nature Center
Address: 9697 Utah Trail, 29 Palms, CA, United States

Sky’s the Limit: A Different Look at Our Solar System with Suandra Newberry

Saturday, March 16 

Event time: 6:30 pm

Sky’s The Limit Observatory and Nature Center continues the Full Moon Cultural Series with A Different Look at Our Solar System with Suandra Newberry on Saturday, March 16 at 6:30 pm. The Observatory is at 9697 Utah Trail in Twentynine Palms, just outside the main (north) entrance to Joshua Tree National Park.

Mankind has been looking to the stars for guidance since the beginning of time. Suandra will provide a look at the history of Astrology along with how it has been utilized by various cultures throughout the years. She will discuss the various ways Astrology can be used in one’s personal life, and also look at current influences as they relate to the planetary situation we are experiencing.

With more than 35 years of counseling and teaching experience as an expert AstrologerSuandra understands the rhythms of life and the world around us from an Astrological perspective. She embraces the natal horoscope as an “owner’s manual” that reveals infinite insights into one’s unfolding life journey. Suandra follows the current planetary movement for insights and understanding of the global “state of affairs.”

An anonymous gift makes possible these Full Moon programs, exploring how diverse cultures understand the significance of the desert, earth, and sky. The gatherings take place on Saturdays under the bright desert moon.

Guests are urged to dress for desert winter night weather and bring comfortable camp chairs and water. The campus will open at 5:30 pm to allow time to explore the setting. Parking is limited, so carpooling is encouraged. A suggested donation of $10 per vehicle will help sustain this series.

There are no overnight stays and NO CAMPING anywhere on the Observatory and Nature Center property. No pets, no smoking or alcohol allowed, and visitors must carry out all trash. Adults must accompany and take responsibility for the safety and behavior of children under 16.

Desert weather is very unpredictable, and this event may have to be delayed, rescheduled, or cancelled due to rain or excessive wind.  Check @skysthelmit29 or follow @STL29Palms to learn the latest status of an event.

For more information and to see photos taken through STL’s 14” Celestron Schmidt–Cassegrain telescope, visit the STL web site atwww.skysthelimit29.org. STL is an all-volunteer tax-exempt nonprofit organization. Donations to support Sky’s The Limit’s educational programs are gratefully accepted.