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OBSERVATORY HILL NOW TRULY A DESTINATION IN RICHMOND HILL AND YORK REGION

110 acres (45 hectares) of the municipal park, conserved from the pre-2008 David Dunlap Observatory and Park, are now confirmed as destination green space in Richmond Hill, and will be supported by a $54 million budgetary allocation from the Town of Richmond Hill. This conserved park is adjacent to the projected 79-acre (32-hectare) Observatory Hill subdivision...

THESE ASTRONOMY PROGRAMS ARE OUT OF THIS WORLD

Great news for all stargazers! The David Dunlap Observatory is now open to the public and is hosting a series of programs all summer long.

Help your children stay safe at school during COVID

As COVID-19 cases rise, many families are worried about their children. We’re here to offer you some friendly advice about how to send them to school safely.

A FULL CHRISTMAS

Here at Observatory Hill we’re all a little obsessed with outer space, and for good reason. Our whole development is inspired by Richmond Hill’s historic David Dunlap Observatory (The DDO,) sure, but let’s be real, why wouldn’t we be? Space is just cool! It’s awe inspiring, it’s almost entirely undiscovered, and it helps us build our dreams and aspirations. Not everyone can live at Observatory Hill though, so not everyone will get to experience great leaps of discovery or see what an astronomer sees; however, something really cool is coming that people all over the world can check out.

NASA has announced that this year we’ll get to experience a Christmas full moon. Not since 1977 has this happened, and it won’t happen again until 2034. So, in between gifts, family, and cheer, don’t forget to peek out your window to catch a glimpse of something rare and special in the night sky. Who knows, maybe you’ll catch a silhouette of old Santa too!  

If you want to see more than just the moon, visit the DDO to enjoy some of its public offerings, and think about making Observatory Hill home. You can’t live amongst the stars, but you can get a lot closer.
Happy Holidays from everyone at Observatory Hill.

A FULL CHRISTMAS

Here at Observatory Hill we’re all a little obsessed with outer space, and for good reason. Our whole development is inspired by Richmond Hill’s historic David Dunlap Observatory (The DDO,) sure, but let’s be real, why wouldn’t we be? Space is just cool! It’s awe inspiring, it’s almost entirely undiscovered, and it helps us build our dreams and aspirations. Not everyone can live at Observatory Hill though, so not everyone will get to experience great leaps of discovery or see what an astronomer sees; however, something really cool is coming that people all over the world can check out.

NASA has announced that this year we’ll get to experience a Christmas full moon. Not since 1977 has this happened, and it won’t happen again until 2034. So, in between gifts, family, and cheer, don’t forget to peek out your window to catch a glimpse of something rare and special in the night sky. Who knows, maybe you’ll catch a silhouette of old Santa too!  

If you want to see more than just the moon, visit the DDO to enjoy some of its public offerings, and think about making Observatory Hill home. You can’t live amongst the stars, but you can get a lot closer.
Happy Holidays from everyone at Observatory Hill.

OBSERVATORY HILL NOW TRULY A DESTINATION IN RICHMOND HILL AND YORK REGION

110 acres (45 hectares) of the municipal park, conserved from the pre-2008 David Dunlap Observatory and Park, are now confirmed as destination green space in Richmond Hill, and will be supported by a $54 million budgetary allocation from the Town of Richmond Hill. This conserved park is adjacent to the projected 79-acre (32-hectare) Observatory Hill subdivision...

THESE ASTRONOMY PROGRAMS ARE OUT OF THIS WORLD

Great news for all stargazers! The David Dunlap Observatory is now open to the public and is hosting a series of programs all summer long.

Help your children stay safe at school during COVID

As COVID-19 cases rise, many families are worried about their children. We’re here to offer you some friendly advice about how to send them to school safely.

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