Pete Kennedy sent me this account of the Chester County Astronomical Society's Sept. 10 Sky Tour at the Tino Leto Athletic Fields at Anson B. Nixon Park:
"Well, the clouds held out until 9:30. We had about 30-40 people
there, 7 scopes. The clouds were as big a treat as the night sky. Saturn with rings,
orange/red Mars, 2 true twin stars (one set was yellow and green), a quarter
waxing moon (which bleached out a lot of the stars), constellations, nebulas,
a red giant large enough to hold most of our solar system, a satellite which
got brighter as we watched it for 30 seconds... And the best of all was a small glimpse of the Milky Way."