- Flickr user Stephen Rahn
April’s Full Moon, also famous as a Full Pink Moon (and, also, for your nickname edification, Sprouting Grass Moon, Egg Moon, and Fish Moon), takes place Tues. Apr 11, appearing fullest during 2:08 a.m.
To applaud this pleasing healthy occurrence, sweetFrog in Goose Creek will be hosting a full moon observation celebration Tues. Apr 11 from 8 to 10 p.m. All kids ages 14 and underneath who travel by a doorway will accept a tiny giveaway representation of pinkish yogurt. Participants and their relatives will be speedy to “create their possess galaxies” during a toppings bar regulating sprinkles as stars and mango and orange poppers as planets.
Local educators will move telescopes and binoculars so kids can perspective a moon up-close, as good as constellations like a Big Dipper and Orion’s Belt. The observation parties are partial of a Leap Forward educational beginning that sweetFrog stores offer nationwide.