Silhouette of a telescope at the starry night and bright milky way galaxy.

What better way to say goodbye to summer than with some evening stargazing with Hickory Nut Gap?

On Saturday, Sept 12, from 8:30–10 p.m.,  enjoy late Summer Stargazing at the Farm will be an event you don't want to miss. Gather under the last evening skies of summer to observe the night sky and its wonders. Local astronomer, Stephan Martin will give a tour of the stars and constellations of the summer sky while discussing some of their myths and the astronomical phenomena happening at this time.

You may even see a few Taurid meteors cross our skies. For more info, visit

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