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Event ID:  10925
Contact Name:  Frank Lock
Contact Email:  flock@gsu.edu
Contact Phone:  941-475-1578
Organization:  Network of Educator Astronaut Teachers
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Dates:  6th October 2016 to 6th October 2016
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Type:  Public
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Country:  United States
State/Province:  Georgia
City:  Murrayville
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Location:  Murrayville Public Library
Event Name:  World Space Week Workshop/Seminar
Event Description:  World Space Week Workshop/Seminar Murrayville Library, Thursday, October 6, 2016, 6:30 p.m. Participants must be 16 years old or older. World Space week is sponsored by the World Space Week Association. It is an annual event begun in 1999. In part it is meant to commemorate the launch of Yuri Gagarin on October 4, 1961. For more information go to http://www.worldspaceweek.org/ This seminar/workshop will present information about human spaceflight history, and the future of human spaceflight. It will be interactive and participants will be expected to participate in their learning. The seminar/workshop will be limited to fifteen participants. A waiting list will be available if necessary. Under clear skies and good viewing, telescopes may be available for participants to use. Those interested in participating may register at the Murrayville branch of the Hall County Library system. For more information contact Frank Lock at flock@gsu.edu or at 941-475-1578 Hi Brian, I hope all is well. I am writing to ask if we might host a program at your library as described below. The information is a draft, so please make any changes or additions you would like. Thank you very much. Frank World Space Week Workshop/Seminar Murrayville Library, Thursday, October 6, 2016, 6:30 p.m. Participants must be 16 years old or older. World Space week is sponsored by the World Space Week Association. It is an annual event begun in 1999. In part it is meant to commemorate the launch of Yuri Gagarin on October 4, 1961. For more information go to http://www.worldspaceweek.org/ This seminar/workshop will present information about human spaceflight history, and the future of human spaceflight. It will be interactive and participants will be expected to participate in their learning. The seminar/workshop will be limited to fifteen participants. A waiting list will be available if necessary. Under clear skies and good viewing, telescopes may be available for participants to use. Those interested in participating may register at the Murrayville branch of the Hall County Library system or at ... For more information contact Frank Lock at flock@gsu.edu or at 941-475-1578
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