Museum hosting February ‘Sky Program’


RANGELEY — The Wilhelm Reich Museum will host a “Sky Program” from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Monday, Feb. 13, at its Conference Center, Dodge Pond Road.

Since it is getting dark later in the day, the time has changed. The program will be held only if the sky is clear. The telescopes will be set up before the program. If it is cloudy, the program will be postponed or will take place the following night depending on the weather forecast.

Call 864-3443 to find out if the program is on or listen to Rangeley Radio Station WRGY 90.5 FM.

The best time to view the night sky is in the winter, so participants need to be prepared. Cookies, coffee and hot chocolate will be served inside, but there will not be a program inside. Bring binoculars and lawn chairs, as the museum has a limited supply.

The “Sky Program” has been created for all ages as part of the museum’s natural science program and is free.