Yoga and Stargazing
Join Kate for a yoga class outdoors in beautiful Quinan, at Deep Sky Eye Observatory, followed by snacks and stargazing with the amazing Tim Doucette & team!
** Space is limited to 16 people**
If event is cancelled due to inclement weather refunds will be issued
Special Offer: Lodging is available onsite at a special rate for those who wish to stay overnight.
There are a few options:
SKY BUBBLE TENTS—fall asleep gazing up at the stars!
Cost: $90/tent per night (reg price: $180+)
- Sky Bubble #1 with one Queen Size bed—sleeps 2
- Sky Bubble #2 with two Double beds—sleeps 2
Includes Queen size bed, pull out double bed, and blow up bed
Cost: $125/night (reg price: $200)
Occurs Tuesday, July 30, 2019 until Tuesday, July 30, 2019
Deep Sky Eye Observatory
338 Frotten Rd, Quinan, NS, Quinan, NS
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Yoga @ 7:00pm
Enjoy a beginner-level yoga class led by Kate Giglio at one of the most beautiful sites in Quinan. Class starts at 7pm, so arrive a little bit early to get settled. Bring a yoga mat and a refillable water bottle. While this class will not be strenuous, you will be asked to move around a bit, so wear comfortable, clothing you enjoy being active in! The class will last approximately 1 hour long and will be take place outside. Bring an extra layer or two to keep you warm when the sun sets.
Snack Time @ 8:30pm
Refreshments will be provided.
Stargazing @ 9:00pm
Start the experience in the observatory's presentation room to learn about astronomy basics, telescopes, protecting the night sky, using a starfinder, and which celestial objects you will discover in the night sky!
Outside under the beauty of the Milky Way you will learn the basics of navigating the night sky using points of reference such as Polaris (North Star) and various constellations. Discover hidden gems in the night sky using binoculars (provided, or bring your own). It will surely spark your interest! Then, it's back to the observatory where you will discover the beauty of the night sky through the large telescope. See planets, nebulae, and distant galaxies close up!