Door Peninsula Astronomical Society looking for new members

The Door Peninsula Astronomical Society is always open to new members looking to get involved with its viewings and other activities. The group has a meeting on the first Tuesday of every month at the Astronomy Center that is open to the public. Dave Lenius, a member of the society who serves on its board of directors, said joining is simple because there's more than one way to do it. The easiest, Lenius said, would simply be to go online and download the membership form.

The society holds frequent public viewings at the Leif Everson Observatory, which the group manages and maintains. The observatory is equipped with state-of-the-art telescopes and refractors for an enhanced viewing of stars and planets.

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