See a ‘supermoon’ during Summit Metro Parks
November 22, 2017 - Supermoon
“Supermoon,” a tenure used to report a moon’s larger-than-usual appearance, happens when a moon is during or nearby a closest stretch to a Earth in a orbit, according to a Summit Metro Parks news release. It happens about each 14 full moons.
Saturday, Dec. 2: Join park naturalist Joe Malmisur for a supermoon travel on Liberty Park’s Bluebird Trail and adjacent meadow from 7 to 9 p.m. After a hike, there will be a glow and prohibited chocolate. Liberty Park is during 9999 Liberty Road, Twinsburg.
Sunday, Dec. 3: Join a park naturalist for a travel underneath a supermoon during Munroe Falls Metro Park during 7 p.m. Munroe Falls Metro Park is during 1088 North Ave., Tallmadge.
For a full list of a park’s Dec programs, visit a Summit Metro Parks website.
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