Tuesday, May 17, 2016

Kick Off Cool Summer Nights at the Desert Museum With the Full Moon Festival

Posted By on Tue, May 17, 2016 at 11:00 AM

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The Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum's annual Cool Summer Nights program is getting started this Saturday, May 21. 

This weekend's festivities include live music by the Napskippers and Mr. Nature's Music Garden, a free "How to Take Great Animal Photos" workshop, crafts and access to the International Society of Scratchboard Artists 5th Annual Exhibition. This Saturday also marks the first of the summer's four Full Moon Festivals. 

The fun continues each Saturday through Sept. 3, with each event running 5 to 10 p.m. Regular admission rates apply.

Here's the schedule for the rest of the summer (details can be found on the museum website):

May 28 - Creatures of the Night

June 4 - World Ocean Night

June 11 - Living in Harmony with the Sun

June 18 - Full Moon Festival

June 25 - Monsoon Madness

July 2 - Creatures of the Night

July 9 - Volcanoes & Vaquitas

July 16 - Full Moon Festival

July 23 - Astronomy Night

July 30 - Creatures of the Night 

Aug. 6 - Insect Insanity

Aug. 13 - Astronomy Night

Aug. 20 - Full Moon Festival

Aug. 27 - Teacher Appreciation Night

Sept. 3 - Pollinator Party (Bats)


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