Rockhound State Park is located in the Little Florida Mountains southeast of Deming.
Attendees will observe highlights of the April sky, including a good view of Jupiter at program start, along with the spring constellations that are prominent in the east as the winter constellations set in the west.
The event begins with a night sky tour, followed by views of deep sky objects through a high-powered telescope.
John Gilkison will be the presenter.
The program is viewed in a dark sky setting beginning at 8:35 p.m., and attendees should arrive at the park at sunset, which is at about 7:25 p.m., so they can become familiar with their surroundings before nightfall.
The program will end at about 10 p.m.
Stars-N-Parks is sponsored by the National Public Observatory, a non-profit membership organization. More information is available at www.Astro-NPO.org.