Events tagged with Star Party

Green Lake Public Star Party

Default event

Open to Public

Type: Outreach

Keywords: Green Lake Public Star Party

Held on: Jul 21, 2018 (Sat) at 09:00 PM to Jul 21, 2018 (Sat) at 11:00 PM

Location: Bathhouse Theater, Green Lake, Seattle, US

Event Coordinator: Mary Anderson

Please join us for an evening of learning about the universe by observing interesting astronomical objects, including the moon, constellations, planets, and stars.  Telescopes and/or binoculars will be provided by SAS volunteers, but participants are also welcome to bring their telescopes.  Also, participants might want to bring their favorite cell phone sky app or a sky map from www.skymaps.com , but these helps are not required.  Dress warmly and plan to meet in the peninsula area just south of the Bathhouse Theatre and east of the Bathhouse parking lot near the trail around the lake.

Shown in date descending order.

  • APR
    25

    Paramount Park Star Party

    Sat at 08:00 PM Open to Public

    Join us at Paramount Park in Shoreline on Saturday, March 28, 2015, at 7:00 p.m., for an evening of public observing and learning about the universe.

  • MAR
    28

    Paramount Park Star Party

    Sat at 07:00 PM Open to Public

    This Paramount Park Star Party (star party event) scheduled for Mar 28, 2015, 07:00 PM is cancelled due to inclement weather.

  • FEB
    28

    Paramount Park Star Party

    Sat at 06:00 PM Open to Public

    Join us at Paramount Park on Saturday, February 28, 2015, 6:00 p.m., for an evening of public observing and exploration of the universe.

  • DEC
    27

    Paramount Park Star Party

    Sat at 06:00 PM Open to Public

    This Paramount Park Star Party (star party event) scheduled for Dec 27, 2014, 06:00 PM is cancelled due to inclement weather.

  • DEC
    26

    Green Lake Public Star Party

    Fri at 06:00 PM Open to Public

    This Green Lake Public Star Party (star party event) scheduled for Dec 26, 2014, 06:00 PM is canceled due to lack of volunteers with telescopes and threat of inclement weather.