50th Anniversary Celebration: Kansas Cosmosphere and Space Center
Join Moonwalkers and Shuttle Astronauts on Saturday, April 28 in a tribute to founder, Patty Carey, and to the many who have made space exploration happen.
The Kansas Cosmosphere and Space Center is a museum and educational facility in Hutchinson, Kansas that is best known for the display and restoration of spaceflight artifacts and educational camps. It is one of only three museums to display flown spacecraft from Mercury, Gemini and Apollo missions. Additional information can be found at, www.wingsoverkansas.com/legacy/article.asp?id=1093.
Silent auction of signed space memorabilia, jewelry and Omega watches (including SP 96 Moon Watch) begins at 6 pm.
Guests include Apollo 17 Astronaut Harrison Schmitt, Apollo 16 Astronaut Charlie Duke and Kansas Shuttle Astronauts Joe Engle and Steve Hawley.
Joining us in the tribute will be founder Patty Carey’s sons, Brooks, Chris and Mike and their families. Master of Ceremonies Ken Baker, Radio Kansas.
For ticket details call 620.665.9310 or Email firstname.lastname@example.org . Log on to the Kansas Cosmosphere and Space Center at, www.cosmo.org.
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