Every year on the Saturday of Martin Luther King weekend the Central Appalachian Astronomy Club (CAAC) hosts an Astronomy Day event, free for the public. They have an inflatable planetarium for those interested in checking it out (especially the younger generations), and feature three speakers on different topics in astronomy and space exploration. They also have an array of telescopes set up for people to look through, handouts for people to take, and refreshments - all for free!
This video is a compilation of stills and time-lapse sequences I shot during the CAAC's Astronomy Day on January 14, 2012. A Canon SD 1100 digicam and a Nikon D7000 were used to shoot the time-lapse sequences. Motion in some of the time-lapse provided by a Dynamic Perceptions Stage Zero dolly