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Neville Public Museum Astronomical Society September Monthly Meeting

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Neville Public Museum

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Green Bay, WI 54303

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The Neville Public Museum Astronomical Society (NPMAS) is a fellowship of amateur astronomers.

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September's Meeting topic is Historic Astronomy Tools

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The Neville Public Museum Astronomical Society (NPMAS) is a fellowship of amateur astronomers. We join together to share learnings, experiences, and the passion we have for astronomy. We nurture and promote this interest through our activities. The foundation of our endeavors is the enjoyment we share.

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The benefits of membership are the best reason to join NPMAS today! As a member you will receive: access to all NPMAS events, voting privileges, use of the club telescopes, use of the club library, access to the web page NPMAS newsletter, The Eyepiece, access to the club's observing sites and star parties, membership in the Astronomical League, four issues of the Astronomical League newsletter, The Reflector, and reduced subscription rates for Sky & Telescope magazine and/or Astronomy magazine. Membership dues are $20.00 for single and $30.00 for family.

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The NPMAS meets at the Museum on the first Wednesday of each month from 6:30PM to 8:30PM. The meetings are free and open to the public and include society business, an astronomy-related presentation and an overview of a Deep Sky Object of the Month.

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Neville Public Museum

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Green Bay, WI 54303

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Mission Statement
The Neville Public Museum of Brown County is an accredited cultural institution that champions history, science and art. Located in downtown Green Bay, Wisconsin, the museum is dedicated to the collection and preservation of significant objects relevant to Northeast Wisconsin and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. The museum seeks to bridge these multi-generational regional communities through engaging exhibits and dynamic programming.


The Collections Department supports the museum's mission through the management and preservation of our collections. There are over one million items in the permanent collections, including historic artifacts, original artworks, archeological objects, still photographs and film.

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