November brings an end to Daylight Savings Time, which means it's easier to stay up late and celebrate the dark! In honor of all things night and dark, the Headlands will host a night hike and star gazing event,Saturday, Nov. 2 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., beginning at the Guest House.
"Nocturnal habitat is an important aspect of night sky preservation, so on this night we will take a walk along one of the Headlands trails to explore the nocturnal habitat, and we will follow up our hike with stargazing. We'll be between the Orionid and Leonid Meteor Showers, which also makes for great night-sky viewing," said Program Director Mary Stewart Adams
Like all events at the Headlands, this program is free and open to the public, with no reservations required. Event takes place rain, snow or shine!