George Washington’s Ferry Farm, Saturday, November 12: 6:00 p.m.–9:00 p.m. Come join us at Ferry Farm to learn about the history in the night sky through the constellation stories known to George Washington and other early Americans. Witness a theater scene depicting Revolutionary War soldiers by their campfire. Discover how early Americans used lanterns, candles, and other ingenious lighting technology to banish the dark. Weather permitting, RAC will offer stargazing opportunities for children and adults. Other children’s activities will include making a paper-bag “tin punch” luminary or their own constellation, and everyone can enjoy a campfire and roasted marshmallows. There is an admission charge for this fundraising event. For more details, visit NA and scroll down to the announcement of this event.