2014 Texas Star Party - Last chance to sign up now!

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fred8615
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2014 Texas Star Party - Last chance to sign up now!

Post by fred8615 » January 16th, 2014, 8:16 am

Got this in e-mail, and there's no time to run it in the newsletter.


2014 Texas Star Party - Last chance to sign up now!

The great tradition of dark sky observing continues with the 36th Annual
TEXAS STAR PARTY, May 25-31, 2014!
near Ft Davis, Texas
Staying on the Ranch in housing, RV, or camping? Staying off-site in other accommodations?
Everyone needs to enter the TSP drawing, held in late January.
You should submit a Registration/Reservation Request Form to ENTER THE TSP DRAWING
before January 22, 2014.
This will provide you the highest possible chance of being selected as one of the 500 people
who will be able to attend TSP this year.
Follow this link to get started!
http://texasstarparty.org/get-started/
SIGN UP NOW!

You can find out the status of your TSP Registration at any time by visiting
http://texasstarparty.org/account/
We have some really neat new stuff for TSP 2014... including
The 2nd annual Texas Imaging Symposium,
Find out about these and other news at:
http://texasstarparty.org/news/
Questions? Visit our web site for the latest and complete details!
http://www.texasstarparty.org/ or email tsprooms@texasstarparty.org
We look forward to seeing you next May!
Sincerely,
the volunteers for Texas Star Party
Frederick J. Barnett
"Someone's got to take the responsibility if the job's going to get done!! Do you think that's easy?!" Gregory Peck - The Guns Of Navarone

Christopher K.
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Location: Baton Rouge, LA

Re: 2014 Texas Star Party - Last chance to sign up now!

Post by Christopher K. » January 30th, 2014, 6:56 pm

The following page...

http://texasstarparty.org/registration/

...tells me a lot of stuff I never knew about this Star Party. Actually, I didn't know anything other than it was legendary and huge.

It says kids fourteen and under are free if with their parents; I'd hope they wouldn't be by themselves! The page also says full-time college students twenty-six and under are free with valid ID; maybe that's because some show up for extra credit (?).

Then there is this stark statement: "Note that attendance is limited to 700 people, and we reserve the right to turn you away at the door if you have not registered." No doubt that limitation is due to the size of the grounds. I wonder who owns the property.

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