Unfortunately the weather isn't cooperating so there won't be much to see.
Cross your fingers for clear skies (and mild temperatures). The Geminids - the famous winter meteor shower - will sling bright shooting stars in mid-December, marking the brightest shower of the year. The shower peaks the night of December 13th-14th.
The Geminids are considered one of the best meteor showers every year because the individual meteors are bright, and they come fast and furious: This year, there will be more than 1 per minute, reaching 100 meteors per hour.
There is no formal presentation at the L&A Dark Sky Viewing Area, but the public is welcome to bring a camping chair or louge chair, dress (very) warmly and view the show!