The stars come to town in Ledyard

Marjorie Collins-Dellarocco, education coordinator at the Children's Museum of Southeastern Connecticut, outlines the Little Dipper with a laser pointer Friday as she takes a group of campers from the Ledyard summer camp program on a tour of the summer night sky inside the museum's Starlab Planetarium set-up at Ledyard Center School. The portable planetarium is one of 35 "Museum Without Walls" programs the museum uses to conduct programs in surrounding communities.
Marjorie Collins-Dellarocco, education coordinator at the Children's Museum of Southeastern Connecticut, outlines the Little Dipper with a laser pointer Friday as she takes a group of campers from the Ledyard summer camp program on a tour of the summer night sky inside the museum's Starlab Planetarium set-up at Ledyard Center School. The portable planetarium is one of 35 "Museum Without Walls" programs the museum uses to conduct programs in surrounding communities. Sean D. Elliot/The Day Buy Photo

A portable planetarium brings the summer night sky to Ledyard.

Campers from the Ledyard summer camp program emerge from the Children's Museum of Southeastern Connecticut's Starlab Planetarium after Marjorie Collins-Dellarocco, education coordinator at the museum, gave them a tour of the summer night sky inside the portable planetarium set-up Friday at Ledyard Center School. The portable planetarium is one of 35
Campers from the Ledyard summer camp program emerge from the Children's Museum of Southeastern Connecticut's Starlab Planetarium after Marjorie Collins-Dellarocco, education coordinator at the museum, gave them a tour of the summer night sky inside the portable planetarium set-up Friday at Ledyard Center School. The portable planetarium is one of 35 "Museum Without Walls" programs the museum has to do programs in surrounding communities. Sean D. Elliot/The Day Buy Photo
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