Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Grand Opening of CESSE September 17th (Saturday)

9am - 5pm Public Tours of CESSE. We'll also have an ASET booth in the courtyard and be speaking with the public about being part of the club.

From 7-until ASET Star Party (open to the public) There will be AC power and red lighting to help preserve our night vision.

Please come out and visit us to celebrate the opening of the new Center for Earth & Space Science Education.


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