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Admission to the museum is $1 for kids, $2 for seniors and $3 for adults; for information, call 303-526-0744 or go to -- Patricia Calhoun

Star Power
The Tesoro Foundation takes a peek at the past
SAT, 11/15

The Leonids meteor storm of November 13, 1833, which lit up Colorado's dark night sky with thousands of flashes of light, is the subject of The Night the Stars Fell, a lecture and dinner sponsored by the Tesoro Foundation, Bent's Old Fort National Historic Site and the Denver Astronomical Society."There were many different interpretations of what was happening," says Tesoro executive director Holly Arnold Kinney. "Some people thought it was the end of the world, and some saw it as a divine revelation."

Medal of Honor winners fill Nick Del Calzo's frames.
Medal of Honor winners fill Nick Del Calzo's frames.
These boots were made for gawking.
These boots were made for gawking.

The event takes place tonight at the Fort Restaurant, 19192 Highway 8 in Morrison, where guests will dine on a four-course meal while National Park Service ranger Greg Holt shares detailed accounts from the time. Cocktail hour begins at 6 p.m., followed by the dinner and lecture at 7. Telescopes will be set up in the courtyard for spectacular views of the cosmos.

Tickets are $55 for the general public, $45 for Tesoro members, and reservations are required. Call 303-697-2282 or go to -- Julie Dunn

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