Date(s) - 07/18/2019
5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
At The Bishop
Eligible members of The Bishop’s Discovery Society are invited to join us on July 18 for a special evening celebrating the Apollo 11 mission that took man to the surface of the moon. The evening will include moon-themed light bites, moon-related activities for all ages, images from the mission and a special opportunity to use a solar scope to view the sun.
The evening’s highlight will be a special program in The Planetarium that will recreate the excitement of the human endeavor that allowed us to walk on another world for the first time in history. We’ll fly you out of Earth’s orbit and land you on the moon!
You’ll see what the astronauts saw during that historic and unprecedented mission of human achievement before we splash you back down on Earth. The program will include footage and audio from the actual mission!
- When: 5:30pm July 18. (Planetarium show begins at 6:15pm)
- Cost: Free for eligible members of the Discovery Society (up to allowed number of admissions); $10 for guests of Discovery Society members.
- Reservations required. Make Reservations NOW! or call or email Laurie Voight at 941-216-3463 LVoight@BishopScience.org.
- Please note: This is a special event for eligible members of the Discovery Society only and is not open to the general public. Not a member? Join NOW!
- Discovery Society members will receive a 20% discount on all Museum Store purchases during the event.