CLARK, NJ – The Clark Public Library is doing its part to honor the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 landing and first space walk with a multitude of spaced-themed events this year. Far-out summer reading programs, stargazing, alien invasions, guest speakers and more are all happening and the public is invited to share in the fun.
On Monday, July 15, at 7 p.m. guest speaker, space enthusiast and local Clark realtor Wayne Zuhl will be presenting “What’s Up in the Summer Sky.” Zuhl will be speaking about the Perseid Meteor shower, how to use the library’s telescope and sharing his meteorite collection with attendees. The event is free and open to all ages.
Zuhl is an avid space aficionado and looks forward to sharing his knowledge and time. “I work here in Clark, and I want to give back to the town when I can. I am planning a light, informative evening that will explain to folks what they can see in the night summer skies,” said Zuhl. “I collect meteorites too, most people don’t get a chance to hold one, so they can do that here.”
The Clark Library is located at 303 Westfield Avenue. For more information call 732-388-5999.
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