DeBRUYN TO SPEAK
Join us at 7:00 p.m. on April 10th in the planetarium at Macatawa Bay School
The Shoreline Amateur Astronomical Association will host the Chaffee Planetarium’s David DeBruyn, who will give a fascinating talk on the planet Mars. Don’t miss this opportunity to hear one of West Michigan’s leading authorities describe the history and observations of the Red Planet.
Free and open to the public. See event calendar for details.
|January 25||7:00 pm||Hemlock Crossings||Winter/Spring Constellations|
|February 22||7:00 pm||Hemlock Crossings||Stellar Evolution|
|March 22||7:00 pm||Hemlock Crossings||Supernovae and Black Holes|
|April 26||7:00 pm||Hemlock Crossings||The Moon|
|May 24||7:00 pm||Hemlock Crossings||Summer/Fall Constellations|
|June 28||7 – 11 pm||Hemlock Crossings||Star Gazing|
|July 26||7 – 11 pm||Hemlock Crossings||Star Gazing|
|August 23||7 – 11 pm||Hemlock Crossings||Star Gazing|
|September 27||7:00 pm||Hemlock Crossings||Famous Spacecraft|
|October 25||7:00 pm||Hemlock Crossings||Space Telescopes|
|November 22||7:00 pm||Hemlock Crossings||Meteor Showers|
Curtis Center Park is located downtown Holland on the corner of 8th Street and College Ave next to JP’s Coffee and Espresso Bar
Hemlock Crossings is an Ottawa County park located at 8115 West Olive Road, in Port Sheldon Township
SAAA meetings occur monthly throughout the school year, starting in September and ending in June. Meeting time is 7pm on the second Thursday of the month. The location is Macatawa Bay School in the planetarium. Our meetings are open to the public. See event calendar for details.
Looking for New Members
Wanted – astronomy enthusiasts. The SAAA wants to grow the astronomy community in West Michigan. If you have an interest in astronomy, telescopes or just curious about the cosmos, we’d like to hear from you.