Saturday was an exciting night for planet and star viewing once the clouds cleared out. One volunteer astronomer, Keith, talked about how the Philae lander managed to land on a comet and how different the gravity is on it. Mike did his wonderful star tour with jokes and all. Through the telescopes we viewed Mars, Uranus, the Andromeda galaxy and a ring nebula just to mention a few. Just looking up we saw a satellite, shooting stars and more. A highlight of the evening was a big green fireball in the sky just as the event was ending. Thank you to all our volunteer astronomers: Mike, Gary, James, Keith, Dennis and Spencer, for sharing their expertise, knowledge and equipment.