FREE Public Stargazing Every Friday Night at Broemmelsiek Park
Date: Jul 01, 2022 | Time: 8:00 pm
The St. Charles County Parks Department and the Astronomical Society of Eastern Missouri (ASEM) host a public stargazing every Friday night (weather permitting) after sunset (Spring, Summer, Fall; 7pm in the Winter) at the outdoor Astronomy Site in Broemmelsiek Park. Bring your own telescope or gaze through one of the professionals' telescopes. All ages are welcomed. This event is FREE! Stargazing takes place outdoors year round, dress appropriately.
Please check the ASEM website for the exact time of each event and for other up-to-date information.
Broemmelsiek Park features fishing lakes, a dog area, and trails for hiking, biking and equestrian use. The park has a unique feature, an area for astronomy viewing with concrete pads equipped with electricity and hosts free weekly Friday night public star viewing sessions (weather permitting). The park hosts several events throughout the year.
Directions: Located in Wentzville, Missouri. Take Interstate 64/40 to the Highway DD and Winghaven Blvd exit. Go 4 miles west on Highway DD. Turn right on to Schwede Road. Broemmelsiek Park Astronomy Complex is less than one mile and on the right side (north side) off of Schwede.
1615 Schwede Road,