The Regina centre organizes monthly presentations on the first friday of every month (with the exception of July and August) that are open to the public. Admission is free. The location is the Saskatchewan Science Centre Theatre - 2903 Powerhouse Dr in Regina, SK. Just enter through the main door of the Saskatchewan Science Centre. The presentation starts at 7:30. The topics are always related to astronomy. Some of the presentations are made by local club members and other times guest presenters from all over North America are brought in to present.
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The Kalium Observatory at the Saskatchewan Science Centre offers FREE public observing throughout the year. The events are open to individuals, families, or small groups of any age. The Kalium Observatory is operated by volunteers from the RASC Regina Centre. Objects that are regularly viewed when visible include the Sun, the Moon, planets, double stars, colorful stars, star clusters, galaxies, and nebulas.