Connecticut

Boothe Memorial Astronomical Society

NAME Boothe Memorial Astronomical Society ADDRESS Boothe Memorial ParkMain St. PutneyStratfordConnecticut 06614 USA CONTACT Mark S. Holden PHONE 203-375-9673 EMAIL info@bmas.org URL http://www.bmas.org NUMBER OF MEMBERS OTHER INFORMATION Meetings are held the 1st and 3rd Friday at 8:00. Visitors are welcome.

Fairfield County Astronomical Society

NAME Fairfield County Astronomical Society ADDRESS 39 Scofieldtown Rd. Stamford, CT Stamford Connecticut 06903 USA CONTACT William Bambrick PHONE 203-977-6537 EMAIL jb2269@aol.com URL www.stamford-observatory.com/fcas.html NUMBER OF MEMBERS 26 OTHER INFORMATION Active in variable star research. 22-inch Maksutov telescope. Observatory open to public Friday evenings (not during winter). Associated planetarium.

John J. McCarthy Observatory

NAME John J. McCarthy Observatory ADDRESS P.O. Box 1144New MilfordConnecticut 06776 USA CONTACT Monty Robson PHONE 860-354-1595 EMAIL Contact@McCarthyObservatory.org URL http://www.mccarthyobservatory.org/obsmain/obs001.htm NUMBER OF MEMBERS OTHER INFORMATION

Litchfield Hills Amateur Astronomy Club

NAME Litchfield Hills Amateur Astronomy Club ADDRESS 155 Sycamore Drive Torrington Connecticut 06790 USA CONTACT Mark Croce PHONE EMAIL lhaacsec@gmail.com URL www.lhastro.org NUMBER OF MEMBERS 25 OTHER INFORMATION meets 2nd Friday each month. Monthly observing sessions at White Memorial Conservation Center in Litchfield as noted on website

Olin Observatory

NAME Olin Observatory ADDRESS Box 5361Connecticut CollegeNew LondonConnecticut 06320 USA CONTACT Leslie Brown PHONE 860-439-5022 EMAIL lfbrown@blazar.physics.conncoll.edu URL NUMBER OF MEMBERS OTHER INFORMATION

Rolnick Observatory

NAME Rolnick Observatory ADDRESS 182 Bayberry LaneWestportConnecticut 06880-2802 USA CONTACT Phil Flynn PHONE 203-227-0925 EMAIL darkenergies@gmail.com URL http://www.was-ct.org/ NUMBER OF MEMBERS OTHER INFORMATION Public nights are Wednesdays and Thursdays 8-10 pm Always Free The Observatory houses a 12.5-inch f/4.8 Newtonian telescope; on moonless nights, we also use a 25-inch Dobsonian telescope. WAS holds its regular…