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Almost 4,000 years ago a tribe of barbarians built a large stone structure for some unknown reason. The circle of stone may have been a pagan temple, burial site or maybe a stone-age computer for predicting astronomical events. The circle of stones and their purpose has always been a mystery. We will explore the stone circle and search for alignments of stars and planets.
Due to limited seating, reservations are necessary and may be made by telephoning Chesapeake Public Schools between 8 AM and 4 PM weekdays at (757) 547-0153.