They'll Have You Seeing Stars 

Even though most of the world around you is in a constant state of flux, there is one constant you can always count on to stay the same: the stars. One way to learn more about those ever-present dots of light is to join the Boise Astronomical Society. Yearly dues are only $25 per household and you don't have to own a telescope to join—you can borrow one from the society. Membership entitles you to a subscription to the SkyWatcher monthly newsletter, star parties and monthly indoor meetings, classes on how to use telescopes, use of the observatory at Bruneau Dunes State Park, magazine discounts club membership in the Astronomical League, the Idaho Academy of Science and the International DarkSky Association and the opportunity to win awards for observing from the Astronomical League and Boise Astronomical Society. For more information, visit the society's Web site at

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