The 50th anniversary of the first moon landing is on Saturday and the Door Peninsula Astronomical Society is celebrating with a special viewing night of the moon. The viewing night begins at 7 PM on Saturday where the night will start off with planetarium shows at the Astronomy Center. Tours of the Astronomy Center will be given until 10:48 PM when the moon will rise. Dave Lenius, a member of the board, says they will use their new telescope technology to show live pictures of the moon.
It is free and open to the public. The Astronomy Center is located at 2200 Utah Street in Sturgeon Bay.