This summer there will be a series of Astronomy Nights at Robbins Farm Park. Each night we'll have at least one telescope out to view objects in the night sky. There'll be plenty to see -- the sky is the limit!
The events are totally informal and fun for all ages. Weather permitting, the dates are as follows:
August 3 (8:45pm): Jupiter is now high in the southern sky at sundown and Saturn is well up in the South-East, displaying its rings in increasing clarity as it rises higher in the sky. A small sliver of the Moon is setting at dusk, What does this tell us about where the Moon is relative to the Sun?
more info at arlingtonastronomy.org