Student Astronomy Club | SJPL | Online

Calabazas Branch Library hosts: Student Astronomy Club presented by the Astronomy Club at Harker High School

The intended audience is 9-15 years old. We’re looking to get younger students interested and involved in astronomy through a variety of hands-on activities like physical experiments or demonstrations with associated lessons meant to be engaging and interactive. The style we are aiming to achieve is mini-workshops and simple lectures with pre-planned presentations, to integrate conceptual learning in astronomy with engaging activities.

We expect our attendees to learn more about the basic concepts of astronomy, from constellations to asteroids. To measure our outcomes, we will create mini-quizzes, like Kahoots or Quizlet Live. Only 1 sign-up needed per family. If you sign-up, you’ll be signed up for each session. No-shows will be removed to accommodate new sign-ups. Links to Zoom meeting will be sent out 2 days before each event and an additional reminder 2 hours before the event (for late sign-ups). Please make sure you register with a valid email! Presented by: The Harker High School Astronomy Club

Audience: Pre-Teens, ages 10-12,Teens, ages 12-18 Source


  • This event is online. Review the event description and requirements in advance.
  • For those under 18 years of age who may be joining, we recommend that a parent/legal guardian be with you during the meeting.
  • To find the link for Online/Virtual events, visit the SJPL website. Enter the date of the event in the Calendar or the name of the event in the Search Box.

Student Astronomy Club | SJPL | Online

Calabazas Branch Library hosts: Student Astronomy Club presented by the Astronomy Club at Harker High School

The intended audience is 9-15 years old. We’re looking to get younger students interested and involved in astronomy through a variety of hands-on activities like physical experiments or demonstrations with associated lessons meant to be engaging and interactive. The style we are aiming to achieve is mini-workshops and simple lectures with pre-planned presentations, to integrate conceptual learning in astronomy with engaging activities.

We expect our attendees to learn more about the basic concepts of astronomy, from constellations to asteroids. To measure our outcomes, we will create mini-quizzes, like Kahoots or Quizlet Live. Only 1 sign-up needed per family. If you sign-up, you’ll be signed up for each session. No-shows will be removed to accommodate new sign-ups. Links to Zoom meeting will be sent out 2 days before each event and an additional reminder 2 hours before the event (for late sign-ups). Please make sure you register with a valid email! Presented by: The Harker High School Astronomy Club

Audience: Pre-Teens, ages 10-12,Teens, ages 12-18 Source


  • This event is online. Review the event description and requirements in advance.
  • For those under 18 years of age who may be joining, we recommend that a parent/legal guardian be with you during the meeting.
  • To find the link for Online/Virtual events, visit the SJPL website. Enter the date of the event in the Calendar or the name of the event in the Search Box.

Student Astronomy Club | SJPL | Online

Calabazas Branch Library hosts: Student Astronomy Club presented by the Astronomy Club at Harker High School

The intended audience is 9-15 years old. We’re looking to get younger students interested and involved in astronomy through a variety of hands-on activities like physical experiments or demonstrations with associated lessons meant to be engaging and interactive. The style we are aiming to achieve is mini-workshops and simple lectures with pre-planned presentations, to integrate conceptual learning in astronomy with engaging activities.

We expect our attendees to learn more about the basic concepts of astronomy, from constellations to asteroids. To measure our outcomes, we will create mini-quizzes, like Kahoots or Quizlet Live. Only 1 sign-up needed per family. If you sign-up, you’ll be signed up for each session. No-shows will be removed to accommodate new sign-ups. Links to Zoom meeting will be sent out 2 days before each event and an additional reminder 2 hours before the event (for late sign-ups). Please make sure you register with a valid email! Presented by: The Harker High School Astronomy Club

Audience: Pre-Teens, ages 10-12,Teens, ages 12-18 Source


  • This event is online. Review the event description and requirements in advance.
  • For those under 18 years of age who may be joining, we recommend that a parent/legal guardian be with you during the meeting.
  • To find the link for Online/Virtual events, visit the SJPL website. Enter the date of the event in the Calendar or the name of the event in the Search Box.

Student Astronomy Club | SJPL | Online

Calabazas Branch Library hosts: Student Astronomy Club presented by the Astronomy Club at Harker High School

The intended audience is 9-15 years old. We’re looking to get younger students interested and involved in astronomy through a variety of hands-on activities like physical experiments or demonstrations with associated lessons meant to be engaging and interactive. The style we are aiming to achieve is mini-workshops and simple lectures with pre-planned presentations, to integrate conceptual learning in astronomy with engaging activities.

We expect our attendees to learn more about the basic concepts of astronomy, from constellations to asteroids. To measure our outcomes, we will create mini-quizzes, like Kahoots or Quizlet Live. Only 1 sign-up needed per family. If you sign-up, you’ll be signed up for each session. No-shows will be removed to accommodate new sign-ups. Links to Zoom meeting will be sent out 2 days before each event and an additional reminder 2 hours before the event (for late sign-ups). Please make sure you register with a valid email! Presented by: The Harker High School Astronomy Club

Audience: Pre-Teens, ages 10-12,Teens, ages 12-18 Source


  • This event is online. Review the event description and requirements in advance.
  • For those under 18 years of age who may be joining, we recommend that a parent/legal guardian be with you during the meeting.
  • To find the link for Online/Virtual events, visit the SJPL website. Enter the date of the event in the Calendar or the name of the event in the Search Box.

Student Astronomy Club | SJPL | Online

Calabazas Branch Library hosts: Student Astronomy Club presented by the Astronomy Club at Harker High School

The intended audience is 9-15 years old. We’re looking to get younger students interested and involved in astronomy through a variety of hands-on activities like physical experiments or demonstrations with associated lessons meant to be engaging and interactive. The style we are aiming to achieve is mini-workshops and simple lectures with pre-planned presentations, to integrate conceptual learning in astronomy with engaging activities.

We expect our attendees to learn more about the basic concepts of astronomy, from constellations to asteroids. To measure our outcomes, we will create mini-quizzes, like Kahoots or Quizlet Live. Only 1 sign-up needed per family. If you sign-up, you’ll be signed up for each session. No-shows will be removed to accommodate new sign-ups. Links to Zoom meeting will be sent out 2 days before each event and an additional reminder 2 hours before the event (for late sign-ups). Please make sure you register with a valid email! Presented by: The Harker High School Astronomy Club

Audience: Pre-Teens, ages 10-12,Teens, ages 12-18 Source


  • This event is online. Review the event description and requirements in advance.
  • For those under 18 years of age who may be joining, we recommend that a parent/legal guardian be with you during the meeting.
  • To find the link for Online/Virtual events, visit the SJPL website. Enter the date of the event in the Calendar or the name of the event in the Search Box.