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ASP 2015 Annual Dinner

Featuring keynote presentations by two leading champions of the night sky.

Dinner and Fundraising Event

Check out the great raffle and unique silent auction items!

Delancey Street Restaurant
Embarcadero at Brannan

Friday, February 6, 2015
6:00 to 10:00 pm

“Stardust” $100 ASP member / $150 non-member
“Mercury” $250 (premium seating)
“Jupiter” $350 (dine with a guest speaker)
“Sun” $1,400 (table for ten)

Valet parking will be available. Please proceed a half-block south of Delancey Street Restaurant on Embarcadero until you see the Valet Parking sign and attendants.

Dress is business attire, please.

Registration for the 2015 Annual Dinner is now closed.


See the Milky Way poster by Dr. Tyler Nordgren

Dr. Tyler NordgrenDr. Tyler Nordgren
Astronomer, Artist, and Author
Professor of Physics & Astronomy, University of Redlands

Stars Above, Earth Below: A Guide to Astronomy in the National Parks

Creator of “See the Milky Way” National Park Posters


The End of Night book cover

Dr. Paul BogardDr. Paul Bogard
Professor of English, James Madison University

The End of Night: Searching for Natural Darkness in an Age of Artificial Light

Let There Be Night: Testimony on Behalf of the Dark


International Year of Light 2015

Building awareness around innovative lighting solutions that reduce energy consumption and environmental impact while minimizing light pollution so that everyone can appreciate the beauty of the Universe in a dark sky!

Adapted from United Nations General Assembly Declaration
December 2013

For more information, please contact development {at}

Delancey Street Restaurant is located at 600 Embarcadero St., San Francisco, CA 94107, Embarcadero at Brannan. Parking is located one block north of Delancey.

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Delancey Street Restaurant

Delancey Street Restaurant

Delancey Street Restaurant is a key training school of the Delancey Street Foundation, the country’s largest self-help residential organization for people who have hit bottom to completely rebuild their lives. Like the immigrants who came through Ellis Island to Delancey Street on New York’s Lower East Side at the turn of the century to start new lives, newcomers to Delancey Street Foundation are “immigrants” of all races, all ages, all backgrounds, who come together in this community of opportunity of rehabilitation and workforce development.

Since it opened in 1991, the Delancey Street Restaurant has received wonderful responses from the press, from television, and most importantly from customers. Delancey was named one of “San Francisco’s Delicious Dozen” by Jim Wood in Image Magazine‘s Dining Issue; we were awarded a “toque” by the prestigious Gault Milleu’s The Best of San Francisco, 2½ stars by San Francisco Chronicle food critic Michael Bauer, and were named “the Friendliest Restaurant in San Francisco” by Zagat. The restaurant has been featured on several TV shows including CNN and The Food Network‘s “Best of…” series.