Starcreek Astronomical Society
Woodward, Oklahoma
Starcreek Astronomical Society is a member of the Night Sky network. 
http://nightsky.jpl.nasa.gov/index.cfm

About SAS

SAS Meetings
We meet the second Saturday of each month.  
Woodward Location:  Trinity Lutheran Church 1518 14th Street
Buffalo location: north side, HWY 54 and Bruhle Street, NW corner, The Daley Planet.
Times:  3:00-5:00 p.m.
     Dates for 2017-Second Saturdays.
Jan.14-WWD, Feb 11-WWD, March 11-WWD, April 8-WWD, May 8-WWD, June 10-WWD
July 15-SLL, Aug 12-WWD, Sept  9-WWD, Oct 14-WWD, Nov 11-WWD, Dec. chrismas Dinner-TBA              
Summer meetings:
Typically, we meet at the SLL June through Sept., and viewing nights are called as conditions permit through the year.
Every Sat  in July we host star parties at the SLL.
Interested? Email an officer and  request inclusion on the email loop at:

  Mark or Bobette at <bdoerrie@starcreek.org>

SAS FAQ's
Frequently asked questions about SAS. 
 
Do I need a telescope to be a member of SAS?
You do not need a telescope to join SAS just a desire to learn more about the night sky. Our members share their telescopes and knowledge and we help each other learn more about our astronomy hobby. Anyone is welcome to join us at a viewing or meeting to learn more about what we do as an astronomy group.

How much are the membership dues to join SAS?
Our membership dues are $5.00 per year for individual membership and $10.00 per year for family membership.
 
What should I bring to a viewing?
You should dress accordingly for the weather, wear sturdy shoes, bring bug spray, if you bring a flashlight please cover the lens with red tail light tape or some form of red lense. This helps so your eyes will stay adjusted to the dark and you won't blind the other participants. If you have binoculars you can use them to see more detail in the stars and planets. Most of all come to share the beauties of the night sky.