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May 30, 2018
6:00-8:00PM

2017-2018 Annual Salon and Astrophotography presentation

Bring a dessert to share.

Griswold Center

Please mark Wednesday, May 30 6pm on your calendar for 

 

Westbridge Camera Club Salon Competition, Banquet Dinner and Presentation.

Doors open at 6pm. Dinner catered by Carfagna’s will start shortly thereafter. The price is $24 per person. Please bring a dessert to share. All are encouraged to come and to bring a guest, whether you have submitted an image in the Salon Competition or not.

Please register and pay on the Westbridge web-site (www.westbridgecc.com). Log in under the Members Area and click on the Banquet option. You can also register and pay directly to Charles Bowdle at the next three meetings.

Dinner will be followed by the Winners Awards Presentation from the Salon results.

The evening will end with a presentation by Luke Korth, who has spent the last five years photographing the Cosmos …near and far. He will show us, what we can do by using our own equipment as well as by using powerful telescopes rented on-line, and he will show astounding images of his own work.  Check out his website at  https://lukekorth.com

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2018-05-30 18:00:00 2018-05-30 20:00:00 America/Detroit 2017-2018 Annual Salon and Astrophotography presentation Please mark Wednesday, May 30 6pm on your calendar for    Westbridge Camera Club Salon Competition, Banquet Dinner and Presentation. Doors open at 6pm. Dinner catered by Carfagna’s will start shortly thereafter. The price is $24 per person. Please bring a dessert to share. All are encouraged to come and to bring a guest, whether you have submitted an image in the Salon Competition or not. Please register and pay on the Westbridge web-site (www.westbridgecc.com). Log in under the Members Area and click on the Banquet option. You can also register and pay directly to Charles Bowdle at the next three meetings. Dinner will be followed by the Winners Awards Presentation from the Salon results. The evening will end with a presentation by Luke Korth, who has spent the last five years photographing the Cosmos …near and far. He will show us, what we can do by using our own equipment as well as by using powerful telescopes rented on-line, and he will show astounding images of his own work.  Check out his website at  https://lukekorth.com Griswold Center