A rare sighting of a green comet in the night sky during January-February 2023 triggered excitement among astronomy enthusiasts and the public. In response, SPSTI with support from the Department of Science, Technology & Renewable Energy, Chandigarh Administration organized an awareness program, aided by the student volunteers and a telescope provided by the Astronomy Club IISER Mohali. Leveraging electronic media for publicity, the event garnered attention and inquiries from diverse regions, including Amritsar and Karnal. At Leisure Valley, Sector 10, Chandigarh, the telescopes set up at 6:00 PM included a 6-inch f/4 Newtonian Astrograph Reflector Telescope, a 4-inch 700 focal length AZ Mount Telescope Laser Astronomy green 532nm, a 2.36-inch Power Seeker 60AZ Refractor telescope (60mm aperture, 700mm focal length), and a 5-inch f/7.9 (1000mm) Newtonian Reflector Telescope. One telescope was directed at the green comet, another alternated between Venus and Jupiter, and the third focused on star clusters. As the crowd swelled to form three queues of 100 people each by 7:30 PM, an LCD projector powered by SPSTI’s generator displayed a video show, a short distance from the telescopes. Ms. Chitra, a Science Communicator from Hisar, engaged in interactions during the event. Guiding the Sky-watch were Prof. J. S. Bagla and Prof. Harvinder Kaur Jassal from IISER Mohali, supported by six volunteers from their Astro-Club. Demonstrators from SPSTI’s Mobile Science Lab facilitated telescope setup and offered guidance for optimal viewing. Supervising the program were SPSTI Manager Sh. Mahi Paul, former manager and volunteer Sh. Anuj Goel, and Sh. Dharam Vir. Prof. Arun K. Grover and Prof. Keya Dharamvir, President and General Secretary of SPSTI respectively, played pivotal roles in overseeing the event