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March 24th-Earth Hour 8:30pm-9:30pm. Your Local Time   
Join in and be a part of the Solution and not part of the Pollution.  
This is a worldwide event. For more information on how you or your group can be more involved click on the link below


Club News:
As of the last board meeting we had decided to have four club meetings annually, with proposed meetings held on Saturday evening instead of Friday evening. 

We realize that most of us have some difficulty in getting to meetings on Friday evenings, so the hope that having meetings on Saturday will help. With only 4 main meetings a year we hope to have guest speakers, raffles and so on.   In addition, we hope to be scheduling some sidewalk astronomy at different areas around the basin during the warm desert evenings.    We are hoping that as Members, you would let the board know your preferences.  

The next scheduled meeting/stargazing event will be April 14, at the Yucca Mesa Community Center.  We will be joining in the festivities for the Earth Day celebration on Saturday, April 21st at the Yucca Valley Community Center and will be set up prior to opening at 9:00 AM.  The next scheduled membership meeting is on June 16th, and of course, our Big Annual Starry Nights Festival in September.  The last meeting in December as our annual holiday meeting featuring a potluck and white elephant gift exchange.  

Once the weather becomes warmer, we will have pop-up star gazing at the Yucca Mesa Community Center for those interested.  Manual will have several topics to cover, and if there are items of interest for the group let, us know.  If you have some topic of interest we can discuss bring it up. 

We need to have fun at the same time and enjoy the night skies.  Bring along a friend and something to eat if you like. Maybe we can make this a pizza night or something, (No alcohol). 

Bring it to the meeting for some help.  There will be a presentation on how to align your scope with star gazing afterward. 

Don't have a scope?  Look through ours.

See you there!
At the YUCCA MESA Improvement Assn. COMMUNITY CENTER Located at 3133 Balsa Ave, Yucca Valley off Avalon & Aberdeen. 



Memberships & Renewals.

Annual Membership $10.00 Student $20.00 individual 
and 
$35.00 for immediate family members

Save with a Lifetime Membership, $300.00

We will be planning special events throughout the year, so be sure to check back.
If you are unsure of when you paid your dues you can ask us at 
andromedasociety@yahoo.com

Plus Miscellaneous other discounts throughout the year. 


           

You can now use your Credit Card to join or renew your membership dues to the Andromeda Society.  
Your membership dues supports our website, hospitality at club meetings also programs and other events like

 Starry Nights going Free of charge.  

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Or you may join or renew by check 

Send Payment to:

Andromeda
Society 
P.O. Box 8
Yucca Valley, CA. 92286

Please include your name, address, phone, email info.




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Also during the year, Please Join us, as we team up with the Southern California Desert Video Astronomers  and
The Joshua Tree Astronomy Arts Theater for other  Star parties.

Go to www.scdva.org or www.jtaat.com
For dates and times of events
 

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You asked for it
Now you got it!
You Can Now Renew Your Tax Deductible Contributions on Line
Click the link below.
You can now use your Credit Card to make donations to the Andromeda Society.  

Your donations go towards keeping Free programs and other events like Starry Nights going.
Annual Membership $10.00 Student $20.00 individual        $35.00 for immediate family members
Join today and your membership will be good through 2018
Remember your membership dues is tax deductable.

Save with a Lifetime membership $300.00

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*Contributions are Tax Deductible 

 Or if you prefer, you can mail your check to
Andromeda Society
P.O. Box 8
Yucca Valley, Ca. 92286
 


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Contact information
Email us at:

AndromedaSociety@yahoo.com




Updated January 18, 2018