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Let's make a telescope!

  2023/1/7 Ofunato Ofunaport   452 Views

Let's make a telescope!

Handmade telescope corkits are easy to make and perform well.

You can see the craters of the moon and even the tiny rings of Saturn.

Light and convenient to carry.

The ease of taking it out and looking at it immediately is popular.

Date : Saturday , January 7 , 2023 _ _

        13 : 30-15 : 30 _ _ _

Venue : Ofuna Port 2nd floor multipurpose room

Material cost : 3500 yen

Capacity : about 10 groups  Order of application

( Limited to residents of Kesenkan due to infection control )

Please wear a mask.

Children under the age of 10 must be accompanied.

Participation fee is 3,500 yen for the number of people making the telescope . There is no participation fee for accompanying visitors.

The number of visitors will be limited to prevent infection. Please let us know the number of people accompanying you at the time of application.

Please apply by email or Facebook message.

Email: star.kesen@gmail.com

It may be canceled depending on the spread of infection. note that.

Sora Umbrella Circle Saku

Holding period 2023/1/7
Open time opening

start the show
Venue Ofunaport 2nd floor multi-purpose room
Address Ofunato Town, Ofunato City
Price Material cost: 3500 yen
Contact Sora Umbrella Circle Saku

star.kesen@gmail.com
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※Event information is subject to change. Please see the official website for details.

 


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