4.3/ Custer Observatory: Vox Aquarum Concert, 4.22 & Astronomy Day, 4.29



Vox Aquarum

featuring Lutenist Christopher Morrongiello

APRIL 22 — 7:00 PM   

Although Galileo’s scientific achievements are widely known, the legendary “father of modern science” was a member of a distinguished family of virtuoso lutenists and was an accomplished lutenist himself.

In celebration of Galileo Galilei’s genius and musical interests, lutenist Christopher Morrongiello and the Long Island vocal quartet Vox Aquarum will perform a magnificent concert of songs, solos, madrigals and monodies composed by Vincenzo and Michelagnolo Galilei and their illustrious contemporaries. All welcome. Suggested donation: $15 Non-Members, $12 Members, $10 Children. 


Astronomy Day at Custer Observatory

APRIL 29 — Noon to 9 PM  

A day filled with fun, food, and education on all things Astronomy.  Activities for all ages. Solar viewing, planetarium shows, astronomy games, solar system walk, demonstrations and more during the day. Lectures, tours and stargazing at night.  Dedication ceremony and reception at 5:00pm for our new, state of the art, dome telescope.  Come for all or part of the festivities.  Suggested Donation $20/family.


ON-GOING: Custer is open to the public Saturdays, dusk until midnight for events, stargazing and more. Staff provide guided tours of the sky via powerful telescopes (weather permitting).


Custer Institute & Observatory

1115 Main Bayview Rd., Southold, NY 11971




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