March Main Meeting - 3rd Mar 2017
The next meeting of the 2016-2017 session is the March Main Meeting, to be held on Friday the 3rd of March 2017 starting at 7:30pm. The subject is Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star - Members' evening. The talk is at the usual location of West Berkshire Mencap Centre in Newbury, off Enbourne Road. (click here for a map and further details of the session's meetings).
If you wish to be a member of the society for this season and haven't completed your membership form yet, please complete a copy and bring it with you to the meeting.
By Steve HarrisThe February editions of the Society Newsletter and What's Up of items to see over the coming month are now both available to read from the below links. Featured this month are the constellation Orion & the Cassini probe's last few months of operation. February 2017 Newsletter
What's Up: February 2017
Coach - £15 for adults, £12 for under 18s
IMAX - £9 adults, £7 for under 18s
Definite bookings are required in March, with payment in May (at either the beginners or main meetings).
The next proposed observing evening will be on Friday 20th January 2017, starting from 19:00 and finishing about 21:30. These observing events are to be held at short notice to take advantage of clear skies. Preferred evenings will be selected for the month ahead with evenings finally selected as guided by the latest weather forecast. The next proposed observing evening dates are:
20th January 2017
26th January 2017
16th February 2017
23rd February 2017
24th February 2017
An e-mail will be sent out, to those who have submitted their name as wishing to attend, on the evening before the proposed event. A second e-mail will be sent in the afternoon of the event day confirming or cancelling the event depending on the weather.
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