Here are some pictures from before it got too dark for photos:
This is one of the telescopes brought by the Milwaukee Astronomical Society (MAS).
Another MAS 'scope.
One of the members of the Northwest Suburban Astronomical Society answers a question about the illumination of the Moon.
Here are two of the best worksheets from the Telescope Scavenger Hunt (where the students interviewed the owners of the telescopes to learn more about them:) one worksheet (students: Brian Kelly, Diane Love, and Shearrisa Phillips). This telescope was owned by Scott Laskowski, of the Milwaukee Astronomical Society, and yes, it really does say (under "Objects Viewed"): "tree and leaves" and "light in golf shack"... it was a little cloudy!
...and the other worksheet (students: LaLaniya Swain, D'Sheadra Benford, and Juan Wright). This telescope was made by John Briggs to the specifications of Rich Kron (both of Yerkes Observatory); it was designed to be similar to the one used by Galileo in 1610.