Night Hike: Fall Equinox
Friday, September 23 | 7:30 - 9:00 p.m.
What is the significance of the fall equinox?
During the equinox, both halves of the Earth are receiving the sun's rays equally. In the Northern Hemisphere, the fall equinox officially brings summer to an end and kicks off autumn.
The night sky and the cosmos have been a source of inspiration and amazement throughout human history. Join us for an evening at Pleasant Hill and explore the starry sky and our nocturnal animals. On this gentle hike through the Preserve, take in the wonders of the prairie and forest at night while learning about some of the mysteries and curiosities of the universe. Along the way, we will listen to the enchanting sounds of the night, observe the night sky, and learn the importance of the fall equinox
Annual Passholder: $15
Non-Annual Passholder: $20
Participants should meet at the Welcome Center by 7:00 p.m. All participants should bring flashlights to assist in returning to vehicles or rooms at the conclusion of the evening.
Questions? Call 859.734.5411 or email [email protected] for more information.