Have you ever wondered which constellations are visible in Whistler? Or which planets are bright enough to see? Maybe you're curious about how a telescope works?
We're excited to be hosting Bill Burnyeat, Program Manager at Canadian Planetariums, to answer all of your stargazing questions! Join us for a question & answer session with Bill, who has over 30 years of experience facilitating astronomy programs.
There will be two ways to join this event: you can email email@example.com to sign up for the Zoom meeting, or you can visit the Whistler Public Library Facebook page to join us for the Facebook livestream!
However, if you have a burning question for our Astronomer, your best bet is to register and submit your question in advance, because those questions will get top priority.
Children of all ages are welcome!
About Bill Burnyeat:
I am program manager for Canadian Planetariums, which has brought portable planetariums to schools since 2012. I am also on staff at BCIT, where I have operated the planetarium on campus since 2005. Previous to 2008, I did outreach astronomy for the Macmillan Space centre. I am from Vancouver and studied at UBC. I have also taught astronomy at SFU and for the Vancouver school board.