We are not backyard astronomers. We do it in the front so everyone can see.
I retired after thirty-three years of public service and turned my attention to astronomy. I have been involved in the hobby for twenty years now and have enjoyed some amazing views in our heavens. My passion now is to share that feeling of wonder and intrigue with others. I do that with my sidewalk astronomy and my outreach projects. I hope I can touch someone else’s soul with the sense of awe and reverence as they behold the breathtaking beauty of the universe before their eyes.
Tonight at Victoria Park under clear skies we drew ticket number 047 for the eight-inch SkyWatcher Dobsonian telescope in our “Big Dob” raffle. Congratulations to Chris Plomp on winning the telescope tonight. […]
We will be conducting the draw for the 2016 Library Telescope Loaner project at 7PM this evening, 8 November, 2016 at our observing location in Victoria Park.
One lucky winner will take away this eight-inch SkyWatcher Dobsonian telescope.
On Wednesday, 12 October, 2016 I received a shipment of thirteen SkyWatcher Dobsonian telescopes, all destined to Prince Edward Island users. Ten of these wonderful instruments are eight inch aperture […]