Summer is coming up and so is the time for star parties. If you don't have a telescope, but are interested in astronomy, attending a star party will give you access to amature astronomers who love to share their knowledge of the night sky. Its also a great place to see many different kinds of telescopes and help you decide which kind of observing device is right for you. Its also a great place to talk about all things astronomy with people who share the interest.
Here is a link to an annual star party in Nova Scotia, called Nova East. There are several around New Brunswick this summer; one at Mount Carlton provincial park, one at Mactaquac provincial park, and the Kouchibouguac Stargaze. Those are just the ones I'm aware of, there might also be one at Fundy National Park. For more info on star parties, go to the Saint John Astronomy Club website.
|Found this image at this website http://www.pbase.com/astronut/novaeast2012|