The South West Florida Astronomical Society, Inc.
Important New Information concerning Club Observing Activities:
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October 1 Meeting:

We will be doing a ZOOM meeting in place of the meeting at the planetarium.
See the newsletter for instructions on joining the meeting.

Join the SWFAS October meeting using Zoom! Read how to here!

[ATTENTION]: Club Member dues are due if you haven’t sent them in yet please send them in to our PO BOX. If you’d like to stay a member please send the payments in you can contact the the club President Brian or VP Mike for more information if you need help sending on your due please check out the theeyepiece.org/membership/ On how to send in your member dues.

SWFAS October Newsletter

Plan ahead: Browse the events calendar!

**Newsletter & Meeting Agenda are in PDF format (Adobe Reader Required.)**

Slooh Live feeds from Space Click the Slooh button below!

Slooh.com: Learn to explore space

Astronomical League

(Astronomical League Membership is included in S.W.F.A.S membership)

Additional information about Local Planetarium and Observatory opportunities:

FSW Observatory
FGCU Observatory

Calusa Nature Center & Planetarium.
(see Calendar/Event for directions)

The Southwest Florida Astronomical Society is on Facebook like our page if you haven’t already!

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We are:  The South West Florida Astronomical Society, Inc.  (SWFAS) P.O. Box 100127, Cape Coral, Florida  33910.

We meet the 1st Thursday of the month (7:30 P.M.):  Calusa Nature Center and Planetarium,  3450 Ortiz Avenue,  Fort Myers, FL 33905-7811.

The Southwest Florida Astronomical Society, Inc. was formed in 1980 by amateur astronomers in Lee County, Florida.  Its many goals include educating the public, school children, and scouts about the wonders of the night sky.  S.W.F.A.S. regularly works with the Calusa Nature Center and Planetarium, as well as Florida Gulf Coast University with public observing events.

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