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20th Annual Jersey Starquest

October 18, 2009 @ 12:00 am - October 20, 2009 @ 12:00 am

Held at the Hope Conference and Renewal Center, Hope, NJBeginning at 5 PM Friday, Oct. 18th, 2009 and running through 12 PM Sunday, Oct. 20th
Please note: This event will take place regardless of the weather conditions!
Featuring
Stargazing at a star-filled, dark sky location
DOZENS OF ASTRONOMICAL TELESCOPES IN OPERATION
AAAP-sponsored “Deep Sky Observing” contest
Free space available for astronomical swap meet
Heated cabin accommodations (most with private bath; first come, first served)
Ample space for camping & RV’s, hot showers for all
Saturday full meals
Spectacular Raffle & Door prizes
Scheduled Lecture Program
Intriguing Afternoon Guest Speaker!
Other Planned Activities Include
Solar Observing (H-alpha)
Astrophotography Presentations, Tutorials, and CCD Demo’s
Field Trip to AAAP Observatory Facility at Jenny Jump State Park
Workshop: Learning to Use Your New Telescope
Plus
Fishing, Volleyball, Basketball, Hiking, Game room
Kayaking/canoeing (bring your own) on two lakes and nearby Pequest and Paulins Kill Rivers
Registration Fees
Camping and RV -- $35.00 per person ($45 after October 10), children (6-12yrs.) $25
Bunkhouse -- $45.00 per person ($55 after October 10), children (6-12yrs.) $35
Children under 6 years of age – Free
Meals
Scrumptious Food Catered by AAAP Chefs, for Saturday ONLY
Volunteers needed to help the Chefs
Saturday brunch, and dinner: Adult -- 30.00 per person
Child (ages 6 – 12) -- $20.00 per person ; Children under 6 years of age – Free
Please send registration form and your check or money order (payable to AAAP) to:
Amateur Astronomers Association of Princeton
Jersey Star Quest 2008 Registration
P.O. Box 2017
Princeton, NJ 08543

Details

Start:
October 18, 2009 @ 12:00 am
End:
October 20, 2009 @ 12:00 am
Event Category:

Venue

USA – New Jersey
New Jersey USA
Phone:
609 292 6303

Organizer

Bill Murray
Phone:
609-298-1179
Email:
strgazr1@verizon.net
Website:
www.princetonastronomy.org