June 10: ANNULAR SOLAR ECLIPSE - A partial solar eclipse will be visible in southeast Michigan beginning at 5:55am, reaching its peak at 5:58am, and ending at 6:37am.
June 20: SUMMER SOLSTICE - On this day the Sun reaches its highest and northernmost points in the sky, marking the start of summer in the Northern Hemisphere. It is also the longest day of the year!
June 24: FULL MOON - In the evening, just after sunset, look towards the southeast to watch the Full Moon rise. June’s Full Moon is traditionally called the Strawberry Moon. According to the Old Farmer’s Almanac, this name has been used by Algonquin, Ojibwe, Dakota, and Lakota peoples, among others, to mark the ripening of “June-bearing” strawberries that are ready to be gathered.