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Portable planetarium visiting Baldwin

Adults can explore the night sky and learn more about constellations and planetary orbits inside a portable planetarium from the Michigan Science Center at Baldwin Public Library, which will be hosting sessions on Thursday, June 20, at 6:15 or 7 p.m.

As part of Baldwin Library's Summer Reading Program, a Universe of Stories, adult librarian Lauren Ziolkowski planned and coordinated the program which will allow attendees to experience a 30-minute tour of the actual nighttime sky and learn how to identify objects displayed during the show.

“I’m excited to have the Michigan Science Center at BPL providing a high quality and unique experience for our patrons. Who better to explain the wonders of the sky than the Michigan Science Center?” asked Ziolkowski.

Advance registration is requested and can be done on Baldwin's website or by calling the Adult Services Department at 248.554.4650.

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