The next meeting of the NIAAS will be held on Monday 14th May 2012, starting at 8pm in Ballyclare High School Lecture Theater. Directions can be found here. This is the last meeting of the current season and we're sure you will enjoy it.
It's going to be a busy night and to start it of, I am delighted to be able to announce that Brian Smyth and Andy Johnston, two of our longest established members, have agreed to become Honorary members of the society so we will be having a presentation to celebrate this achievement!
After the presentation, we are going to have two of our ever popular members talks:
Jonathan Bingham will be highlighting some of the different types of terrain which can be observed on the moon, and Simon Sloan will be discussing some of the outstanding double stars which can be seen in spring and summer skies!
After our talks, we will be holding The Annual General Meeting of the society which is as always, part of the last meeting of the season. Would all members please try to attend as there are urgent matters regarding the future of the society to discuss.
As usual, refreshments will be available after the meeting!
Hope to see you all there.
Stevie Beasant (Chairman)