The early part of summer is pretty much a no-go area as regard hosting scheduled star party events. The major planets will not become viable evening targets until mid-August, which pretty much leaves just a few dates for lunar observations until then.  Having had no dates in May, the first lunar star party is scheduled for June 11th - Cpt Cook headland - West Cliff - Whitby from 21:00hrs. Depending on solar activity, this may also serve as a solar/lunar event. With the planets arranged as they are - and with favourable weekend moon phases awkward, it's going to be a quiet start to the summer, but matters will improve later on, and eventually late summer/early autumn will host an evening sky full of planetary observing delights!

The next event after June is scheduled for July 9th - same location, same time!

Our main target tonight is ... the Moon.