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News & Other Items
 

Regular Meeting

Kingston Centre meetings are normally held in Mackintosh-Corry Hall Room D214 on Queen's University Campus. Parking is free after 5 p.m. on the Mackintosh-Corry Parking Lot nearby (access from Union Street near Frontenac St).

Updated: 2019 April 09

This month's meeting (7-9pm) agenda includes:

The plan is to meet for dinner at the Queen's Inn Sports Tap and Grill on Brock St near Bagot for 4:30-5pm.

The weather is *NOT* looking good for an observing session *AND* the Camden Lake Conservation Area is wet.. very very wet.

Regular Meeting

Kingston Centre meetings are held in Mackintosh-Corry Hall Room D214 on Queen's University Campus. Parking is free after 5 p.m. on the Mackintosh-Corry Parking Lot nearby (access from Union Street near Frontenac St).

This month's meeting (7-9pm) agenda includes:

We have a great guest speaker this month – Dr Kristine Spekkens from RMC will talk to us about Galaxies.

After the break We'll start with the draw for the lovely Messier images poster donated by Steve Craig - come and buy your tickets for a chance to win this great example of local talent.

KAON - Queen's Observatory Open House

Sat 12 Jan
Day Sunny -9°C
Night Clear -15°C

The KAON (Kingston Astronomy Outreach Network) Queen's University Ellis Hall Observatory Open House coming up this Saturday 2019 January 12th starting at 7:30 pm.

This month's speaker is: Joe Bramante speaking on"Dark Matter and Exploding Stars."

Ellis Hall is located on University Avenue, between Jeffrey Hall (Math) and Richardson Hall (Administration), across the street from Grant Hall (the big clock tower thing),on Queen's University Campus in Kingston Ontario Canada.

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