What could possibly be more fun than reading under the stars? Gazing into them! Floresta’s March Title I Family Learning Event offered both of these opportunities, and much, much more. Families brought their blankets, sleeping bags, and pillows so they could stretch out and enjoy a good book together under the twinkling stars. Members of The Treasure Coast Astronomical Society were on location manning their reflector telescopes, allowing visitors a close up look at the moon, the stars, and the planets Jupiter, Venus, and Mars. Charlie Alonso, from Mrs. Browning’s class was one of the first to get a glimpse of the moon. On display was a real meteorite, one of the oldest items in the universe, with an estimated age of 4.6 billion years. At the energy center, families were encouraged to take the Energy Star Pledge, promising to make energy conscious product changes in their homes and in their everyday behaviors, such as turning out lights when leaving a room. Each child in attendance received their very own book, and a stellar time was had by all. Pictured is Charlie Alonso and his mother looking into a telescope.