Should you be around Florence on Feb. 23 – come and meet the BuioMetria Partecipativa team

If you are in Florence, or close by (considering the high-speed connection to the city this may relate to a range of 150 km), please come and visit the BuioMetria Partecipativa info point at the “bonsai” version of the Farma Valley Winter Fest in Florence (and taste some typical products from Southern Tuscany):


https://www.pibinko.org/on-feb-23-the-farma-valley-winter-fest-goes-to-florence-in-a-bonsai-version/


The visuals may be misleading (albeit being all directly related to our BuioMetria Partecipativa work), so it will help to remind that the 2018 Winter Fest had a whole day hosting the annual meeting of the Tuscan Amateur Astronomer Associations, with a specific focus on the Capraia Island Symposium held in September 18, and had a lot of interaction between institutional and community-based research.
In June 2019 the BuioMetria Partecipativa project will turn 11. We are working on a significant revamping of the activities, on top of our usual range of events and outreach initiatives (over 100 since June 2008). Should you be interested to understand if/how you can collaborate, please check out the PORGEP 2019 page. The 2018 pibinko.org activity summary and the Metalliferous Hills Jug Band presentation can also help you to “tune in” to our operations (but don’t “drop out”! as they used to suggest time back).

For more information: bmp@pibinko.org