Friday, April 20, 2018
Location: Carolina Beach State Park, 1010 State Park Road, Carolina Beach
Join Cape Fear Museum, Carolina Beach State Park, Cape Fear Astronomical Society and many other community partners for a fun-filled evening of stargazing and astronomy-themed activities! This year’s theme, Anyone Out There?, explores the question of whether there is life elsewhere in the universe, how we might find it, and what it might look like.
Be part of an event that is happening statewide! And, bring a flashlight!
At this FREE event, visitors can:
Star Party community partners include:
The sixth annual Statewide Star Party is made possible with the support of NC Space Grant and the NC Science Festival. Participating organizations and institutions across the state will be hosting sky-watching parties to help people discover the wonders of their night skies.
Star Party will happen rain or shine. However, some activities are weather dependent. In the event of cloudy/overcast skies, telescope viewings and laser-guided constellation tours will be cancelled. In the event of rain, outdoor activity stations will be canceled and only those inside the park’s visitor center will remain, however, space and parking will be limited.
Check here for weather and event updates right up until the event begins.
Event parking is at the marina, located at the back of the park. Complimentary shuttle service is generously provided by the Wilmington Trolley Company. Handicap transportation via golf cart is available upon request.