"...the students had a blast and learned a lot! We can't wait till next year having Timmy Telescope come again! It's such an experience for kids to have the opportunity to learn about our solar system in such a fun, hands on way." 
Things to consider before scheduling an event
A sunny location outside with an unobstructed view of the sun for at least two hours.
Access to electricity within 200' of our set up is required for our Calcium-K filtered telescope. We provide the power cords.
Our setup consists of the telescopes and two 6’ tables which we bring with us. If you plan additional activities we ask that you supply an additional table and someone to help with those activities. Other than that we do all the work.
Email your choice of date(s) to Roger Kennedy, Solar Astronomy Outreach Coordinator:
What does a Program include?
Our educators can provide a Solar Astronomy Program for your community organization, state or feceral agency, library, school or classroom. Appropriate for grades 4 through adult.
Public events can be tailored to your needs. Teachers: Our educators can develop a special solar astronomy lesson for your students in grades 4 and above. All activities address NGSS and STEM goals. A typical class lesson lasts about one hour or one normal class period.