Come on up to Haramokngna to experience the annular solar eclipse on Sunday, May 20, 2012 from 1 p.m. to sundown. Learn about traditional Native American astronomy and star stories.
The eclipse begins about 5:30 p.m. with a Tataviam sing - so bring your drum, clappersticks, gourd rattles, conch shells, and help chase away the creature trying to eat the sun.
Look through a professional telescope . . . or bring your own! There will be filters for viewing the eclipse safely.
Throughout the day, we will do sun and star activities and We will have family friendly sunshine activities:
There will be sun tea, coffee, and snacks.
Suggested donation of $5 for adults, $3 for children.
Please carpool, and bring your own chair.
Location: Angeles Crest Highway & Mt. Wilson Road in the Angeles National Forest, 14 miles north of the 210 freeway at La Canada. Go to www.haramokngna.org for a map. An Adventure Pass is required for parking in the National forest.
Check out the wonderful exhibit in our Toypurina Gallery - by our own Bernie Granados - and Marcos promises to do BBQ! A book sale, a raffle, and the sun setting in our beautiful mountains!
[Haramokngna is a project of Pukuu Cultural Community Services and a permittee of the Angeles National Forest. For more information, email www.haramokngna.org.]
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