As a reminder, we will be having our last meeting on Thursday, April 17th @ 6 p.m. in PSF 123. The main topic of this meeting will be officer elections. Details regarding this have already been e-mailed out to the club. So, if you're interested in an officer position, please respond soon because the deadline for this is fast approaching.
Secondly, since there were several people interested in a lunar eclipse viewing event, we are currently working on putting something together for the lunar eclipse on April 15th. More details about this will be sent out soon.
Thirdly, the last Earth and Space Open House for this semester will be on April 25th. Just like the previous two events, we could really use volunteers for the telescopes and activities table. Details on this will be sent out later this month.
Lastly, we will be having a fundraiser at California Pizza Kitchen on April 21st. We are planning to make an AstroDevils social event out of this. More details to come.
Attached below is the flyer for our California Pizza Kitchen fundraiser. Print this out and present it at the restaurant so that a portion of the sale will go toward our club.
As a reminder, our next meeting will be held on April 3, 2014 @ 6 p.m. in PSF 123
Also, the Messier Marathon will be taking place on March 28th and 29th if anyone is interested in going. The 28th will be a general observing night, and the 29th will be the actual marathon. More details here if you are interested.
Lastly, this month's Earth & Space Open House will be taking place on March 28th from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. Just like last time, we really need volunteers to help with the telescopes and activites table. A sign up sheet for those interested in helping out will be e-mailed out soon.
The ASU event, Night of the Open Door, will be held tomorrow, March 1st, from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. The AstroDevils will be having a presence there, and will be doing astronomy related activities and telescope viewing if the weather cooperates. Since this is a campus wide event, it will take place in various buildings across campus, mainly in the ISTB4 and PSF buildings.
Everyone should feel free to come on out to see what the various ASU clubs and departments will have set up tomorrow.
Also, as a reminder, our next meeting will be held on Thursday, March 6th 2014 @ 6:00 p.m. in PSF 123. Tom Sharp, the director of ASU's NASA Space Grant program, will be talking about the program and how students can become involved with it.