Hi everyone!  We'll have a few of our sidewalk astronomers out tonight at Monrovia's Library Park from 5:45 - 8:30 p.m.  On display (as you may have noticed lately), will be the moon, Jupiter and Saturn. Venus may be visible low in the west right after sunset. 

There's a nice graphic of tonight's sky our astronomer Gary created, and I posted it on twitter here https://twitter.com/otastro

We've been getting a lot of requests from schools and community groups for astronomers/events. Let us help you select your date, and give us two months (preferably) lead time , to planso we don't end up with too many events for our small group of astronomers all in the same week. Thanks, Jane and the rest of the Old Town Sidewalk Astronomers.

PS This month's NASA What's Up podcast is here :-) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fzeK4TcOSPU
Jane Houston Jones, retired JPLer
Twitter: @jhjones @otastro 
Instagram @janehoustonjones