The Saskatoon Centre of the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada (RASC) meets on the third Monday of every month from September through June at 8:00 p.m. in Room 175 Physics building on the University of Saskatchewan campus. See the latest newsletter for possible changes in meeting date or location.
NOTICE: Due to COVID-19 based restrictions on gatherings imposed by the University and the Provincial Government, the Centre meetings have been moved on-line. See the Activities page for instructions on joining the on-line meeting.
The meetings are open to the general public and there is no admission fee. A list of current events may be found in the latest newsletter and Activities page. See the RASC Bulletin for National news about the RASC!
Questions about astronomy, the Saskatoon Centre or membership?
Membership in the Society is open to everyone who has an interest in astronomy.
As a part of Canada's national astronomy Society, members of the Saskatoon Centre receive Society publications and services including the electronic edition of the Journal, the annual Observer's Handbook and SkyNews magazine.
(*Payment of fees includes membership both with the Saskatoon Centre and National organization of the RASC.)