Late July will mark 50 years since the launch of the Apollo 15 mission. The fourth manned mission to the moon also marked the first rover on the moon. Join us as we celebrate everything space travel related in Lake Geneva on July 22nd. Activities will begin at 6pm and go until 8:30pm and from there the event will switch to observing with telescopes in the field. We will be partnering with the National Space Society to offer engaging educational activities related to astronomy and space travel. Experience how astronauts receive directions from Mission Control, assemble different projects and move safely without gravity!
ASL interpretation will be available for the deaf and hard of hearing. In light of the COVID-19 situation, all staff and volunteers will be equipped with proper masks/face shields, and sanitation/social distancing procedures will be practiced to ensure safety for everyone.