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Join us for a free guided hike to learn how the changing seasons change the night sky.
The Winter solstice is the shortest day of the year, and the longest night.
This year it occurs just before the Christmas holiday, so we’re celebrating a week early!
Indigenous Celebrations occurred on this day to celebrate the Moon.
Hike meets in the Lower Ranch Parking Lot-GPS 1936 Lake Dr, 90210