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Would you like to present at an event or suggest a new venue or even a new city? For these and other inquires, send us an email at our eponymous (same as our URL) gmail account or contact us via Facebook or Twitter.

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    • We don’t have any events in California… yet! If you have a recommendation for a venue, please let us know via Facebook, twitter, or gmail.

  1. The suggest a venue link seems to be broken. I’d love to suggest Flying Bike Cooperative Brewery as the next location for Astronomy on Tap. It’s the first cooperative brewery in Washington, is ideal for community gatherings, and has great beer on tap. Contact me for more information or let me know who I can contact to organize an event.

    Thank you!

    Erinn Hale

  2. Hi, Anything going on in Colorado? If not, there should be! How has this all begun in other states?

    Nicole

  3. You have stuff in Columbus, Ohio. How about Dayton, Ohio – 1.5 hours from Columbus (too far after drinking beer!).

    • AoT Columbus is on hiatus at the moment, but watch this space for news of the events resuming!
      –Carly

  4. I’m confirming that you are, in fact, having an Astronomy on Tap on July 6 at M8RX.
    Will you be posting information about this event on your website or FB page. I’m going to highlight it in print and for now and need, either a contact url or phone number.

    Thank you,

    Terry Ortega
    Calendar Editor
    S.B. Independent

  5. Hello,

    I would like to attend the Aot event in Toronto on August 3rd, but I am unfortunately under the age of 19. Is there any way I would still be able to attend? Perhaps the bar could be informed I am a minor as to not serve me drinks? I would appreciate any help you could give me.

    Thanks.

  6. Hi – Just curious as to how the shows are funded? I’m assuming money exchanges hands between at least a few parties. Thanks in advance for any info. Interested in hosting a show in Dallas, but one typically needs some resources to put on a great show and bring out a good crowd here.

    Kevin –

  7. Any plans for adding Dayton, Ohio as a location? You have Wright State University, University of Dayton,many other smaller universities/colleges, and Wright Patterson Air Force Base which is the largest research air base in the country.

    • Thanks for the interest! Astronomy on Tap is organized and run by professional astronomers, for the most part working out of the universities where they work. We’re sure there would be interest in the area, but at the moment we unfunded (relying solely on donations from shows), making travel difficult. Sorry for not better news, but we’re always looking to see how we can expand our reach.

  8. I see an event took place in Bozeman, MT Aug 1; how do i get connected with that group??

  9. Hi,
    I am the president of the Delmarva Space Sciences Foundation (DSSF), serving Southern Delaware, and the Eastern Shores of Maryland and Virginia. We had a trial AoT event earlier this month, and it went quite well! We would like to look into registering officially with your organization so that our upcoming AoT events will be advertised on your website.

    Could you let me know how to go about registering and notifying you of upcoming events?

  10. Hi there!

    I just moved from Austin to the Philly area and wish there was an AoT branch here! How do those usually get started? I know I’m definitely not qualified to start a branch up here in terms of speaking at it, but could be a great event planner.
    Have you had any other interests from Philly reach out to you that maybe I can help out with or are you aware of a branch starting soon here?

    On a side note, we would love to feature AoT as one of the highlighted initiatives focused on spreading knowledge about astronomy around the community in one of our upcoming newsletters at http://www.teamspacedolphin.com. Let me know if you would be interested!

    All the best,
    — Irina

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