Snoqualmie Point Park Star Party



Type: Star Party

Keywords: Snoqualmie Point Park Star Party

Held on: Jun 25, 2022 (Sat) at 08:00 PM to Jun 25, 2022 (Sat) at 11:55 PM

Sunset Times:

  • Official at 09:08 PM
  • Civil at 09:49 PM
  • Nautical at 10:45 PM
  • Astronomical at 12:14 AM

Lunar Phase:

Location: 37580 Winery Rd, North Bend, WA 98045

Event Coordinator: David W. Ingram


Beautiful, star spangled Snoqualmie Point Park will be the site of a SAS public star party open to  the public and to all interested persons.. SAS members will be present with telescopes for public viewing, and all attendees are welcome to bring telescopes if they are telescope owners. Since Snoqualmie is about a forty minute drive east of Seattle and away from the city light pollution dimming the universe, the skies are dark and offer a thrilling observing experience, especially for city dwellers accustomed to city light pollution.  The observing experience will be a great new experience for for city dwellers accustomed to seeing the universe only with the interference of city light pollution.  Save this date for a night of wonder and awe open to all!


Latitude 47.5101909, Longitude -121.8415751

There are no notes for this event.


Other Star Party Events

  • Previous Star Party

  • JUN

    2022 SAS Brooks Memorial Star Party (June)

    Thu at 04:00 PM
    Open to Public

    What to expect: Join us for an annual tradition of stargazing from one of the darkest spots in Washington state. This year we are hosting 4 star parties at Brooks Memorial State Park near Goldendale, WA. One each in the month of June, July, August and September. One note to clarify, although there is camping, this event is first and foremost a Star Party for SAS Members and guests to enjoy. This is an event for new astronomers and veterans to get together to share a love of the night ... more

    10 attending
  • Next Star Party

  • JUL

    Covington Park Star Party

    Fri at 06:00 PM
    Open to Public

    The Seattle Astronomical Society is hosting an evening of star gazing at Covington Community Park to safely observe interesting astronomical objects and to learn about the universe. Astronomers from area astronomical societies have been invited to share telescope views of planets, stars, clusters, galaxies, and other celestial objects of the season.Please feel free to bring your own equipment and/or monthly star charts. This event is weather dependent so please check back for possible ... more

    2 attending

Interested Members

about 7 hours ago

Garland Family Garland Family is planning on attending.

about 13 hours ago

Greg Vermilion Greg Vermilion is planning on attending.

about 19 hours ago

Ankit Pandey Ankit Pandey is planning on attending.

1 day ago

Alexis Alexis is planning on attending.

1 day ago

nickswimsfast nickswimsfast is planning on attending.

1 day ago

William Thomas William Thomas is planning on attending.

6 days ago

Steve Case Steve Case is planning on attending.

16 days ago

donnelly.david donnelly.david is planning on attending.