It is on the right-hand side of the road, 4.7 miles north of The Dorset Inn.
It can be tricky to locate because it is poorly marked.
There is a very small sign that reads “Mettowee Valley Community Center”.
We will meet at 8 pm to set up equipment, and chat.
We will make the go/no-go call by 6 pm based upon the weather and will send out an email to members and post on this page.
If you are signed up as a member (it's free), you should get an email from us.
(If not perhaps check your Junk folder).
If we are clouded out this week, we will try again next Wednesday,
August 29 at the same location and time.
Venus, Jupiter, Saturn, and Mars should all be visible at that time!
Please be sure to bring a flashlight (preferably red), insect repellent,
and warm clothing (it can get pretty chilly, pretty fast, on a clear night).
Tall boots are a good idea because the ticks can be bad.
A portable chair is nice.
If you have some equipment that you need a hand with it, send us an email
and we’ll be glad to get together early to help you.
We usually observe for two hours or so before wrapping up.
Please do bring your telescope or binoculars, if you have them.
If you don't have a telescope that's fine. Just bring yourself.
There are plenty to go around.
Hope to see you there!