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2017 Stellafane Convention Schedule

The Schedule is still under development. We will be adding more talks and events to it in the coming weeks.

You will receive a printed Convention Bulletin with the schedule in it when you check in at the gate.

Thursday, July 20, 2017

 8:30 am -  5:00 pmHH Workshop: The Search For and Science of Exoplanets
Seminar or WorkshopHartness House Hosted by Tom Spirock Workshop (Separate Registration)

12:00 pm -  4:00 pmLarge RV Permit Holders must arrive
Operating HoursEntry Gate  Please don't arrive before Noon!

 3:00 pm - 10:00 pmEarly Entry Permit Holders can arrive
Operating HoursEntry Gate  Please don't arrive before 3:00!

 6:00 pm -  8:00 pmHH Workshop: The Search For and Science of Exoplanets
Seminar or WorkshopHartness House Hosted by Tom Spirock Dinner (Separate Registration)

Friday, July 21, 2017

 9:00 am - Registration Gate Opens
Operating HoursEntry Gate  Gate Opens

10:00 am -  6:00 pmShuttle Bus Operates
Operating HoursBus Stops  Bus Stops: Pine Island, Food Tent, Pink Clubhouse

10:00 am -  4:00 pmTelescope Making Demo
Telescope MakingTent north of T-Shirt Sales Organized by Glenn Jackson ATM Demo Hours

10:00 am - 10:30 amTelescope Making Demo: Intro & Rough Grinding
Telescope MakingTent north of T-Shirt Sales Presented by Ray Mortis Intro & Rough Grinding

10:30 am - 11:00 amTelescope Making Demo: Fine Grinding
Telescope MakingTent north of T-Shirt Sales Presented by Rick Hunter Fine Grinding

11:00 am - 11:30 amTelescope Making Demo: Making Dental Stone Tools
Telescope MakingTent north of T-Shirt Sales Presented by Junie Esslinger Making Dental Stone Tools

11:00 am - 12:00 pmAstronomy Activities for Children: Topic TBD
ChildrenMcGregor Observatory Library Topic TBD Ages 5-12; Limited to first 25

11:30 am - 12:00 pmTelescope Making Demo: Making Pitch Laps
Telescope MakingTent north of T-Shirt Sales Presented by Ray Mortis Making Pitch Laps

 1:00 pm -  5:00 pmStellafane Teen Project (Requires Signup)
Teens ages 12-16Bunkhouse Presented by Paul Fucile (Teens 12-16)

 1:00 pm -  1:45 pmTelescope Making Demo: Polishing & Figuring
Telescope MakingTent north of T-Shirt Sales Presented by Dave Groski Polishing & Figuring

 1:00 pm -  2:00 pmMaking Binocular Solar Filters
Intermediate TopicFlanders Pavilion Presented by Eileen Myers 

 2:00 pm -  3:00 pmAstronomy Activities for Children: Topic TBD
ChildrenMcGregor Observatory Library Topic TBD Ages 5-12; Limited to first 25

 2:00 pm -  4:00 pmTelescope Making Demo: Testing (Bring your own mirror)
Telescope MakingMirror Lab in Pavilion Presented by Dave Kelly Testing (Bring your own mirror)

 2:00 pm -  3:00 pmImaging the Great American Solar Eclipse
Intermediate TopicFlanders Pavilion Presented by Al Takeda 

 2:00 pm -  3:00 pmSolar Observing Hour
Solar ObservingObserving Fields  Please set up your Solar Scope and Share

 3:00 pm -  4:00 pmMaking Eclipse Viewers
Beginners TopicMcGregor Library Presented by Kris Larsen 

 4:00 pm -  5:00 pmTelescope Making in South Africa
Intermediate TopicFlanders Pavilion Presented by Chris Stewart 

 4:00 pm -  5:00 pmIntroduction to Stellafane
Beginners TopicMcGregor Observatory Library Presented by Kim & Dennis Cassia 

 5:00 pm -  7:00 pmFree Time
EveryoneRelax or Enjoy Dinner  No on-site talks or demos scheduled

 5:00 pm -  8:00 pmHartness-Porter ATM Museum Open
Museum OpenHartness House Hosted by Bert Willard, Curator 

 5:00 pm -  8:00 pmTelescope Competition Registration
Telescope CompetitionClubhouse  Optical and Mechanical Registration

 6:00 pm -  7:30 pmFriday Evening Videos
EveryoneFlanders Pavilion  Astronomy documentaries for the whole family

 7:30 pm - Friday Evening Informal Talks
Major Convention EventFlanders Pavilion Bruce Beford, MC Short presentations by Convention Attendees

10:00 pm - Telescope Competition Optical Begins
Telescope CompetitionFields around Clubhouse  Optical Competition Begins

10:00 pm - Registration Gate Closes
Operating HoursEntry Gate  Gate Closes

Saturday, July 22, 2017

 7:00 am - 12:00 pmSwap Tables
Major Convention EventSwap Table Area - North of Main Camping Area  

 7:00 am - Registration Gate Opens
Operating HoursEntry Gate  Gate Opens

 8:00 am -  9:30 amTelescope Competition Registration
Telescope CompetitionClubhouse  Mechanical (and Optical if needed) Registration

 9:00 am -  5:00 pmShuttle Bus Operates
Operating HoursBus Stops  Bus Stops: Pine Island, Food Tent, Pink Clubhouse

10:00 am -  4:00 pmTelescope Making Demo
Telescope MakingTent north of T-Shirt Sales Organized by Glenn Jackson ATM Demo Hours

10:00 am - 11:00 amAstronomy Activities for Children: Topic TBD
ChildrenMcGregor Observatory Library Topic TBD Ages 5-12; Limited to first 25

10:00 am - 11:00 amA Dipper Full of Stars
Beginners TopicFlanders Pavilion Presented by Richard Sanderson 

10:00 am -  1:00 pmTelescope Competition Mechanical
Telescope CompetitionFields around Clubhouse  Mechanical Competition

10:00 am - 10:30 amTelescope Making Demo: Intro & Rough Grinding
Telescope MakingTent north of T-Shirt Sales Presented by Ray Mortis Intro & Rough Grinding

10:30 am - 11:00 amTelescope Making Demo: Fine Grinding
Telescope MakingTent north of T-Shirt Sales Presented by Rick Hunter Fine Grinding

11:00 am - 12:00 pmIntroduction to Stellafane
Beginners TopicMcGregor Observatory Library Presented by Kim & Dennis Cassia 

11:00 am - 11:30 amTelescope Making Demo: Making Dental Stone Tools
Telescope MakingTent north of T-Shirt Sales Presented by Junie Esslinger Making Dental Stone Tools

11:00 am - 12:30 pmTelescope Making For Teens
Teens ages 12-16Bunkhouse Presented by "Stargazer" Steve Dodson Ages 12-16

11:30 am - 12:00 pmTelescope Making Demo: Making Pitch Laps
Telescope MakingTent north of T-Shirt Sales Presented by Phil Rounseville Making Pitch Laps

 1:00 pm -  2:00 pmThe Webb Space Telescope
Intermediate TopicMcGregor Library Presented by Rich Nugent 

 1:00 pm -  1:45 pmTelescope Making Demo: Polishing & Figuring
Telescope MakingTent north of T-Shirt Sales Presented by Dave Groski Polishing & Figuring

 1:00 pm -  2:00 pmThe Foucault Test: Optical Testing in the Computer Age
Advanced TopicFlanders Pavilion Presented by Alan Ward 

 2:00 pm -  3:00 pmSolar Observing Hour
Solar ObservingObserving Fields  Please set up your Solar Scope and Share

 2:00 pm -  4:00 pmTelescope Making Demo: Dobsonian Basics
Telescope MakingTent north of T-Shirt Sales Presented by Ken Slater Dobsonian Basics

 2:00 pm -  3:00 pmDevelopment of the Chief Telescope & Jones-Medial Refractor
Advanced TopicFlanders Pavilion Presented by Ed Jones 

 2:00 pm -  3:00 pmAstronomy Activities for Children: Topic TBD
ChildrenMcGregor Observatory Library Tooic TBD Ages 5-12; Limited to first 25

 3:00 pm -  4:00 pm20 Things to Look For during a Solar Eclipse
Intermediate TopicMcGregor Library Presented by John O'Neil 

 3:00 pm -  4:00 pmAdvanced Observing
Advanced TopicFlanders Pavilion Presented by Larry Mitchell 

 6:00 pm -  7:00 pmFree Time
EveryoneRelax or Enjoy Dinner  No on-site talks or demos scheduled

 7:00 pm - Saturday Evening Program & Keynote Talk
Major Convention EventAmphitheater (Flanders Pavilion if rain)  Includes Keynote, Shadowgram, Raffle & Awards

10:00 pm - Discover and Enjoy the Night Sky (Held regardless of weather)
Beginners TopicMcGregor Observatory Library Presented by Steve Dodson 

10:00 pm - Telescope Competition Optical Begins
Telescope CompetitionFields around Clubhouse  Optical Competition (Only if not held Friday)

Sunday, July 23, 2017

 8:00 am - 12:00 pmConvention Cleanup
EveryonePlease clean up around your campsite  Please put trash in the dumpsters

 9:00 am - 12:00 pmHartness-Porter ATM Museum Open
Museum OpenHartness House Hosted by Bert Willard, Curator 

— Major Convention Events —

 Friday Evening Informal Talks

Fri 07:30 pm - Flanders PavilionBruce Beford, MCShort presentations by Convention Attendees

If you wish to contribute a short talk during this session, please register online. Talks are limited to 10 minutes and 20 slides. The time limit will be strictly enforced! A 35-mm slide projector, overhead projector, VCR, and a digital projector will be available for your use.

 Swap Tables

Sat 07:00 am - 12:00 pmSwap Table Area - North of Main Camping Area

The Swap Tables (located at the northeast edge of the main camping/parking area) are provided to give amateurs an opportunity to trade, buy or sell their surplus astronomical and telescope related items. They operate from 7:00 a.m. to noon on Saturday.

 

POLICY OF THE SPRINGFIELD TELESCOPE MAKERS REGARDING COMMERCIALISM
AND THE SWAP TABLES AT THE CONVENTION

The Springfield Telescope Makers, Inc. has clarified its policy regarding commercialism and Swap Table sales at the Stellafane convention. For the sake of historical continuity, to preserve the uniqueness of the Stellafane convention and to encourage conventioneers to build their own instruments, the Springfield Telescope Makers, Inc. do not allow commercial sales, of any kind, at the Stellafane convention. All swap table sales must comply, in concept, with the above objective but are also specifically subject to the following criteria:

  1. Only surplus astronomical, telescope and telescope making related items may be sold.
  2. Each person will be allowed 16 square feet of table or ground space.
  3. Items which have the appearance of being specifically purchased or manufactured for sale at the Swap Tables may not be sold.
  4. All sales must take place within the designated Swap Table area only between 7 a.m. and noon, the Saturday of the Stellafane convention.

The Springfield Telescope Makers, Inc. may choose to grant a limited exception to the above policies to astronomy related organizations for their fundraising. Any request for an exemption must be made, in writing, at least one month prior to the convention. If granted, the President of the Springfield Telescope Makers, Inc. will notify the requesting organization in writing.

Any member of the Springfield Telescope Makers, Inc. has the authority to determine whether a party is in compliance with the established regulations. Any person who is found to be in violation of the stated policies will be required to comply. Failing compliance, the offending party will be asked to leave the convention and may be escorted from the premises by convention security.

The Springfield Telescope Makers, Inc. encourages those with questions regarding this policy to contact the Club
via the Stellafane web page (http://Stellafane.org). During the convention, any questions regarding this policy, the appropriateness of items being displayed, or any information being disseminated, should be directed to a member of the Springfield Telescope Makers, Inc.

 Saturday Evening Program & Keynote Talk

Sat 07:00 pm - Amphitheater (Flanders Pavilion if rain)Includes Keynote, Shadowgram, Raffle & Awards

The evening program will begin at 7:00 p.m. Saturday in the hillside amphitheater. (In case of inclement weather, the program will be held inside the Flanders Pavilion). John Gallagher, of the Springfield Telescope Makers, will be master of ceremonies.

  • Greetings, announcements, children's raffle and raffle drawing
  • Stellafane Shadowgram by Dr. Kristine Larsen
  • Presentation of Telescope Competition Awards
  • Stellafane Keynote Talk by Nagin Cox, NASA JPL NASA JPL Curiosity Rover Tactical Mission Lead

— Telescope Competition —

 Telescope Competition

Fri 05:00 pm -  8:00 pmClubhouseOptical and Mechanical Registration
Fri 10:00 pm - Fields around ClubhouseOptical Competition Begins
Sat 08:00 am -  9:30 amClubhouseMechanical (and Optical if needed) Registration
Sat 10:00 am -  1:00 pmFields around ClubhouseMechanical Competition
Sat 10:00 pm - Fields around ClubhouseOptical Competition (Only if not held Friday)

Details are on the Telescope Competition Page

— Telescope Making —

 Telescope Making Demo

Fri 10:00 am -  4:00 pmTent north of T-Shirt SalesOrganized by Glenn JacksonATM Demo Hours
Fri 10:00 am - 10:30 amTent north of T-Shirt SalesPresented by Ray MortisIntro & Rough Grinding
Fri 10:30 am - 11:00 amTent north of T-Shirt SalesPresented by Rick HunterFine Grinding
Fri 11:00 am - 11:30 amTent north of T-Shirt SalesPresented by Junie EsslingerMaking Dental Stone Tools
Fri 11:30 am - 12:00 pmTent north of T-Shirt SalesPresented by Ray MortisMaking Pitch Laps
Fri 01:00 pm -  1:45 pmTent north of T-Shirt SalesPresented by Dave GroskiPolishing & Figuring
Fri 02:00 pm -  4:00 pmMirror Lab in PavilionPresented by Dave KellyTesting (Bring your own mirror)
Sat 10:00 am -  4:00 pmTent north of T-Shirt SalesOrganized by Glenn JacksonATM Demo Hours
Sat 10:00 am - 10:30 amTent north of T-Shirt SalesPresented by Ray MortisIntro & Rough Grinding
Sat 10:30 am - 11:00 amTent north of T-Shirt SalesPresented by Rick HunterFine Grinding
Sat 11:00 am - 11:30 amTent north of T-Shirt SalesPresented by Junie EsslingerMaking Dental Stone Tools
Sat 11:30 am - 12:00 pmTent north of T-Shirt SalesPresented by Phil RounsevilleMaking Pitch Laps
Sat 01:00 pm -  1:45 pmTent north of T-Shirt SalesPresented by Dave GroskiPolishing & Figuring
Sat 02:00 pm -  4:00 pmTent north of T-Shirt SalesPresented by Ken SlaterDobsonian Basics

This is a HANDS-ON mirror making demonstration - Gain first-hand experience working on mirrors at every stage of grinding, polishing and testing. Experienced ATMs will help explain each step of the process and answer any questions you may have.

Bring your own mirror for testing between 2:00 and 4:00 PM on Friday.

The 24" mirror we have been working on for several years will be available for grinding - please sign the log book when you work on it.

— Beginners Talks —

 Making Eclipse Viewers

Fri 03:00 pm -  4:00 pmMcGregor LibraryPresented by Kris Larsen

 Description Not Available Yet

 Introduction to Stellafane

Fri 04:00 pm -  5:00 pmMcGregor Observatory LibraryPresented by Kim & Dennis Cassia
Sat 11:00 am - 12:00 pmMcGregor Observatory LibraryPresented by Kim & Dennis Cassia

Are you familiar with these terms: “The Pink”, “Tent Talks” or “The Turret”? If not, if this is your first time attending the Stellafane convention or if you are returning and want to learn more about who the Springfield Telescope Makers are, as well as what is going on during the convention, then this presentation is for you. Topics include, but are not limited to: A short history of Stellafane, a description of our site, including the buildings and landmarks, descriptions of the scheduled talks and activities, services available at Stellafane, local services off site, etc., in addition to answering any questions you may have about the convention.

 A Dipper Full of Stars

Sat 10:00 am - 11:00 amFlanders PavilionPresented by Richard Sanderson

Using stunning images of constellations, planets, and celestial objects, Richard Sanderson will lead an interpretive tour of the summer nighttime sky. He will describe how the sky appears to move throughout the night and from season to season, and explain the significance of the North Star. He will speculate about life on other worlds and show many of the prominent summer constellations. The presentation is aimed at beginners of all ages.

 Discover and Enjoy the Night Sky (Held regardless of weather)

Sat 10:00 pm - McGregor Observatory LibraryPresented by Steve Dodson

Using free Stellarium software, Steve and John will introduce beginners to observing the sky, including identifying the constellations, the Milky Way, and planets. Weather permitting we shall work outdoors after a brief, fun introduction in the Library.

— Intermediate Talks —

 Making Binocular Solar Filters

Fri 01:00 pm -  2:00 pmFlanders PavilionPresented by Eileen Myers

 Description Not Available Yet

 Imaging the Great American Solar Eclipse

Fri 02:00 pm -  3:00 pmFlanders PavilionPresented by Al Takeda

 Description Not Available Yet

 Telescope Making in South Africa

Fri 04:00 pm -  5:00 pmFlanders PavilionPresented by Chris Stewart

 Description Not Available Yet

 The Webb Space Telescope

Sat 01:00 pm -  2:00 pmMcGregor LibraryPresented by Rich Nugent

 Description Not Available Yet

 20 Things to Look For during a Solar Eclipse

Sat 03:00 pm -  4:00 pmMcGregor LibraryPresented by John O'Neil

 Description Not Available Yet

— Advanced Talks —

 The Foucault Test: Optical Testing in the Computer Age

Sat 01:00 pm -  2:00 pmFlanders PavilionPresented by Alan Ward

For over 100 years amateur & professional telescope makers have relied on this simple but very effective device for evaluating the surface quality of lenses and mirrors. Although highly accurate in its ability to reveal minute imperfections, the Foucault Test requires the user be highly skilled in his/her ability to properly interpret the characteristic 'shadows' it produces. This has always posed a problem in that readings taken by the human eye are subjective and prone to misinterpretation.

Due to these misinterpretations, the test has been limited in its ability to produce repetitive measurements necessary for the production of high quality large aperture mirrors. Alan Ward will present the workings and advantages of his video / computerized testing system which produces consistent readings regardless of who is conducting the test.

 Development of the Chief Telescope & Jones-Medial Refractor

Sat 02:00 pm -  3:00 pmFlanders PavilionPresented by Ed Jones

 Description Not Available Yet

 Advanced Observing

Sat 03:00 pm -  4:00 pmFlanders PavilionPresented by Larry Mitchell

 Description Not Available Yet

— Workshops & Seminars —

 HH Workshop: The Search For and Science of Exoplanets

Thu 08:30 am -  5:00 pmHartness HouseHosted by Tom SpirockWorkshop (Separate Registration)
Thu 06:00 pm -  8:00 pmHartness HouseHosted by Tom SpirockDinner (Separate Registration)

Workshop and Dinner information is here. Separate registration and fees apply.

— Children's Events —

 Astronomy Activities for Children

Fri 11:00 am - 12:00 pmMcGregor Observatory LibraryTopic TBDAges 5-12; Limited to first 25
Fri 02:00 pm -  3:00 pmMcGregor Observatory LibraryTopic TBDAges 5-12; Limited to first 25
Sat 10:00 am - 11:00 amMcGregor Observatory LibraryTopic TBDAges 5-12; Limited to first 25
Sat 02:00 pm -  3:00 pmMcGregor Observatory LibraryTooic TBDAges 5-12; Limited to first 25

There will be four 1-hour astronomy workshops for children; each session has a different activity. These astronomy workshops have been held at the Stellafane convention since 1995. Led by Dr. Kristine Larsen, Professor of Astronomy at Central Connecticut State University and a member of the Springfield Telescope Makers, each of the four 1-hour workshops includes several activities geared for children ages 5 - 12.Younger children are welcome but will need help from a parent. Due to space limitations, each workshop is limited to 25 children on a first-come basis. Each workshop has a different astronomical theme: This years theme has not been announced yet.

First-come, first-served and limited to 25 children each session. Late-comers may be turned away.

— Teen Events —

 Stellafane Teen Project

Fri 01:00 pm -  5:00 pmBunkhousePresented by Paul Fucile(Teens 12-16)

Stellafane Teen program participants will learn about the technology behind robotic exploration spacecraft.

This will be a hands on class where the group will work together to construct a a robotic system that will be carry out exploration at the Convention. Each participant will have the opportunity to fine tune or modify their project during a special dinner hour session.

Attendance will be first-come first-served. If you are 100% sure your teen will attend convention and will want to attend this event, then you’ll need to get them on the list. Please email us directly at robots@stellafane.org. You will receive a manual reply to let you know your status. When space is filled, we will add the next two names to a waiting list. If space is not filled through preregistration we will accept others first-come first served at the event, until the class is full.

Special note: There will be a lot of specialized instruction so you will need to be on time!

 Telescope Making For Teens

Sat 11:00 am - 12:30 pmBunkhousePresented by "Stargazer" Steve DodsonAges 12-16

Under Steve's guidance, the group will build an 8-inch Dobsonian Newtonian telescope. Teens aged 12-16 who take part in the entire activity (stay the whole 90 minutes) will receive a special raffle ticket. The winner of the telescope will be drawn at the Saturday night program. You must be present to win and must take the telescope home with you (no shipping is available). Limited to the first 12 participants – so arrive early!

— Solar Observing —

 Solar Observing Hour

Fri 02:00 pm -  3:00 pmObserving FieldsPlease set up your Solar Scope and Share
Sat 02:00 pm -  3:00 pmObserving FieldsPlease set up your Solar Scope and Share

All attendees with solar filters or projection set-ups are encouraged to share the sun with other attendees. The McGregor and Porter Turret will be set up for solar observing as well.

— Events for Everyone —

 Free Time

Fri 05:00 pm -  7:00 pmRelax or Enjoy DinnerNo on-site talks or demos scheduled
Sat 06:00 pm -  7:00 pmRelax or Enjoy DinnerNo on-site talks or demos scheduled

We have your days and nights pretty heavily scheduled; this hour is kept free for a bit of relaxation or a leisurely dinner.

 Friday Evening Videos

Fri 06:00 pm -  7:30 pmFlanders PavilionAstronomy documentaries for the whole family

Short astronomy documentaries for the whole family.

 Convention Cleanup

Sun 08:00 am - 12:00 pmPlease clean up around your campsitePlease put trash in the dumpsters

Please clean up around your campsite and parking area. All trash should be deposited in one of the large dumpsters by the Food Tent or Exit Lane. Please make sure there are no obstacles to grass mowing in the fields - any rocks, stakes, or other hazards should be returned to the woods or taken to the dumpsters. If you would like to take down rebar and string, we would appreciate that. Pile rebar and string on the side of the road, where it will be easy for us to find and pick up. Thank you very much for making convention cleanup easier on all of us.

— Museum Open —

 Hartness-Porter ATM Museum Open

Fri 05:00 pm -  8:00 pmHartness HouseHosted by Bert Willard, Curator
Sun 09:00 am - 12:00 pmHartness HouseHosted by Bert Willard, Curator

The Porter-Hartness Museum of Amateur Telescope Making is located in the underground rooms at the Hartness House Inn. Admission is free. Follow the signs in town to the Hartness House at 30 Orchard Street of VT-143 (Map). Many of the items on display are by or about Russell W. Porter, including the Springfield and Garden telescopes. His artwork traces his arctic exploration years to his work on the 200" Palomar telescope, culminating in his famous cutaway drawings. Other items of interest include early telescopes and mirror making parts.  The Hartness turret telescope, with its 10" Brashear objective, may also be inspected.

— Operating Hours —

 Large RV Permit Holders must arrive

Thu 12:00 pm -  4:00 pmEntry GatePlease don't arrive before Noon!

Large RVs have to be pre-registered, and must arrive between Noon and 4PM on Thursday. Do not arrive early, we have large trucks making food deliveries and installing sanitation facilities before then.

 Early Entry Permit Holders can arrive

Thu 03:00 pm - 10:00 pmEntry GatePlease don't arrive before 3:00!

Please do not arrive before 3:00 PM and do not park on Jordan Road. The large RV's come in before you, starting at noon. You will not be admitted before 3:00 PM, and our gate staff is busy getting the RV's safely in place.

 Registration Gate

Fri 09:00 am - Entry GateGate Opens
Fri 10:00 pm - Entry GateGate Closes
Sat 07:00 am - Entry GateGate Opens
The hours of operation of the Registration Gate.

 Shuttle Bus Operates

Fri 10:00 am -  6:00 pmBus StopsBus Stops: Pine Island, Food Tent, Pink Clubhouse
Sat 09:00 am -  5:00 pmBus StopsBus Stops: Pine Island, Food Tent, Pink Clubhouse

The Shuttle Bus makes two stops in Stellafane East, one by the Food Tent and one by the main Camping Area (See Stellafane East Site Map (pdf)). It makes one stop on Breezy Hill near the Clubhouse.

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