The Prince George Astronomical Society is once again offering the popular ‘Introduction to Astronomy’ course. The course for Parents and Children will be held on Sunday, March 5, 2023.

Contact Mike to reserve your seat(s). Payment can be made when you attend the course.

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The Prince George Astronomical Society is once again offering the popular ‘Introduction to Astronomy’ course. The course for Adults will be held on Sunday, March 19, 2023.

Contact Mike to reserve your seat. Payment can be made when you attend the course.

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Public Open House on Friday, February 3, 2023 @7:30pm

Topic: The Constellation ‘Taurus’ by Glen Harris at 7:30 pm and 8:30 pm.

Viewing to follow depending on the weather. Dress warmly.

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Prince George Astronomical Observatory

Location: 53 45′ 29″ N 122 50′ 56″ W

Welcome to the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada Prince George Centre. We are a nonprofit organization, operating and maintaining the observatory with volunteers dedicated to the advancement of astronomy and science in Prince George and the neighbouring Northern Canadian communities.

Please dress warmer than normal as the Observatory is generally -6 Celsius colder than in town.

If you have come to this page looking for the Prince George Astronomical Society, don’t worry! you are at the right place. The PGAS has joined the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada and we now have a new name.

Please take some time and browse our pages to learn what our club is all about. If you have any questions please contact our society president Malhar  R. Kendurkar or call us at (250) 617-7192

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