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Name and Address:

Bruce D. McClure, PO Box 152, Norwood, NY 13668-0152 Telephone: 315-353-2990, e-mail: mcclure@northnet.org

Planetarium Presentations:

Performed starlab planetarium shows all along the East Coast with Mobile Ed Productions, Inc.
Public presentations at the State University of New York Potsdam planetarium

Publications:

Write scripts for StarDate and Earth and Sky, nationally syndicated radio programs.
Articles in national publications: Amateur Astronomy, Astronomy and Sky & Telescope magazines; Mountaineer Skies and North American Skies newsletters. More regionally: Adirondack Life magazine and Watertown Daily Times
Self-published works include Trigonometry for Children and two coloring books: North Cirmpolar Constellations; Star Arcturus:Ghost of Summer Sun, a Stellar Halloween Adventure Story

Educational Programs:

Teaches stargazing astronomy for the SOAR program at the Potsdam State University planetarium
Numerous hands-on science programs at local nature centers, libraries and schools
Summer 1999:hosted the Long Lake Star Festival at Long Lake, NY; funded by a NY State Arts Council grant
Summer 1998:Misty Mountain Mathematics Conference at Paul Smith's College, Paul Smiths, NY: an exhibit to educators displaying how sundial and sextant wizardry turns mathematics into dectective work and outdoor fun

Astronomical Adventures:

Autumn & winter 1979: Appalachian Trail: observing firsthand the age-old constellations showcasing the natural rhythms of a clock & calendar
August 1999: Earned Celestial Navigation Certification from the School of Ocean Sailing and Navigation, Portland, ME
June 1999: Southern Skies Star Party at Lake Titcaca, Bolivia, South America: Aymara Indian star lore

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