From late evening on August 12th to early morning on August 13th, you will have the opportunity to attend one of the greatest shows on Earth. Well, not exactly on Earth, per se, but up in the mesosphere. Some 30-50 miles above your heads, debris cast off from comet Swift-Tuttle will enter the atmosphere, pass through the very sparse thermosphere, and collide with gas particles in the relatively denser mesosphere. Fragments of rock and dust will leave their bright tracks for an instant on the night sky. Details- Doors open when the moon sets, around 9pm (best viewing after midnight), no cover charge, all ages welcome. Look northeast, around the constellation Perseus. Happy Perseids Meteor Shower!