This was a fascinating astronomy program, with some serious telescopes! We got to take turns looking through both of these, seeing a close-up of the moon, Saturn's rings, and several other interesting stars. With these telescopes you can key in known coordinates of stars or planets and the telescopes move themselves to line up!
This is the 'Bayside Astronomy Program', run by the Bruce Peninsula Biosphere Association. It extends 8 weeks, and provides three telescopes with experts to show you the skies, 4 days of the week, in 4 different locations. Each week a different short talk is provided, and a chance to look at different celestial objects.
I was right about standing around to take turns, so I practised getting some sky shots myself. I've always been fascinated with the constellations, and managed to capture three of them. This is the Big Dipper, with the North Start off to the right.