Aldrich Astronomical Society’s Annual Open House Event:STARFEST 2016July 30th 6PM Anna Maria College – Paxton MA• NASA Astronaut Heidemarie Stefanyshyn-Piper (STS-115 & STS-126) will deliver the keynote address, and will be available for pictures & autographs• Airburst, Stomp Rockets, and balloon rockets for the kids to launch outside• View the Sun LIVE through Aldrich’s safe Solar telescopes (H-alpha and white light filters reject 99.999% of the Sun’s light)• Touch real meteorites, and learn how to tell them from meteor-wrongs• Try on a flight suit! Take a picture at our Lunar Lander diorama, talk to members about the night sky, raffles, and the ever popular ‘Chef Jim’ makes a Comet live for the kids• Talk to experts on Astrophotography, award winning Amateur Telescope Makers, and more!• Learn about Aldrich: Library Telescope Program, Astrophotography, amateur mirror grinding & telescope making, upcoming guest speaker series, observatory, much more…• After dark public viewing of the planets, star clusters, and deep sky objects through club telescopes including our giant 20” Obsession and an award winning 10’ DobsonianPlenty of free parkingThis is a Free event (donations to cover our costs are encouraged)Membership is NOT required – visitors of all ages and backgrounds are most welcome!Rain or shine! We have plenty of indoor space, booths, talks, and moreSee http://aldrich.club/ for more details, directionsRegistration is not required, but PLEASE rsvp to: firstname.lastname@example.org (This will help us plan seating, hand-outs, and the number of telescopes needed accordingly)
When: Jul 30, 2016 6pm to Jul 30, 2016 10pm in Paxton, MA Cost: (Donations to cover our costs are most welcome though)
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The Town of Paxton Massachusetts was founded in 1765 and is located in Worcester County.
Those visiting Paxton should visit the Moore State Park which has over 400 acres and houses many of the historical sites as well as combining with the beauty of thousands of azaleas and rhododendrons. The azaleas and rhododendrons were planted by Florence Morton who was one of the first women in Massachusetts to earn a degree in landscape architecture.
Paxton Residents give an open invitation to visitors to join them in savoring the richness of their past.