Sirius Astronomy Cle Elum Overnight Star Party



Type: Sirius Astronomy

Held on: Jul 12, 2024 (Fri) at 06:00 PM to Jul 14, 2024 (Sun) at 12:00 PM

Event Coordinator: Aaron Yoon (he/him)


*Open to all BIPOC and/or multiracial identifying peoples


Please join us for our first ever overnight weekend Star Party tucked into the foothills of the Cascades near Cle Elum, WA! (Just a 90-minute drive)

We will gather Friday and depart Sunday morning but you are welcome to join us for one night only if needed. Telescopes and binoculars encouraged but if you don't have anything we will be happy to share and bring some extra gear. We will hangout at Lake Easton on Saturday during the day. All experience levels welcome!


Suggested $20 per person donation to help cover some costs. (Optional!)

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