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ORAS AstroBlast 2014

Tue, 9/23/2014 - Sun, 9/28/2014
 
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Categories
Star Parties
Location
Lockwood Observatory, Two Mile Run County Park
1136 Cherrytree Rd.
Franklin, Northeast, PA 16323
United States
Times
10 a.m. - 9 p.m.
Admission Fees
Individual, entire event -- $10 ($15 after 9/8/2014)
Family*, entire event -- $20 ($30 after 9/8/2014)
Individual, Saturday only -- $7 ($11 after 9/8/2014)
Family*, Saturday only -- $14 ($22 after 9/8/2014)
*Family rate includes a maximum of five people.
Description
AstroBlast is an annual star party hosted by the Oil Region Astronomical Society near Oil City, Venango County, Pennsylvania. This year marks our 21st anniversary for the event. The event is held under the dark skies of the Oil Region Observatory in the Lockwood area of Two Mile Run County Park. The event will include dark sky observing, speakers, an astronomers' yard sale, kids' camp, and great food. Dates are September 23-28, 2014, with the formal events on Friday and Saturday.

Visit http://www.oras.org for more information about AstroBlast 2014!
Additional Information
None
Directions
From Franklin:Take PA Rt. 417 N about 3 miles to the Y-intersection with Cherrytree Rd. Go R on Cherrytree for about 3.5 miles. Entrance on the R. From Oil City:Take PA Rt. 428 N for about 5.6 miles. Go L onto Cherrytree Rd. and proceed W through park. Entrance on L about 2 miles after park office.
Contact Information
By e-mail: ASTROBLAST@oras.org, or tspuck@hotmail.com.

By phone: Tim Spuck, 814-354-6515.
 
 
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