Join Buzz Aldrin, John Travolta and other American heroes on July 18, 2015 at Kennedy Space Center’s Apollo Saturn V Center in Florida for ShareSpace Foundation’s (SSF) Launch Gala!

Anchored on the Apollo 11 anniversary, the black-tie affair will both celebrate the first moon landing and kick-off SSF’s initiative of exciting children for science, technology, engineering, arts and math (STEAM).

The evening will commence with transportation from a Cocoa Beach hotel onto NASA restricted property where you will enjoy a drive-by of the Vehicle Assembly Building, NASA working facilities and launch pads in the distance. Upon arrival at the award winning Apollo Saturn V Center, you will be greeted by your astronaut hosts and then whisked back into time, as you sip champagne and wander among Apollo program relics before enjoying exquisite cuisine under an Apollo Saturn V rocket and dining with American heroes! At the end of your meal, you will retire to the Lunar Theater to join Aldrin, Travolta and other astronauts as they reflect on the world’s first moon landing – Apollo 11, attesting to the personal and technical sides of the mission.

The evening will conclude with a lavish spread of divine desserts and coffees and the close of a special Apollo 11 Memorabilia Silent Auction, only available to event attendees.

At the end of the evening, as well as amazing memories, you will have contributed to Buzz Aldrin’s nonprofit ShareSpace Foundation which just recently re-launched with a mission of addressing science literacy by igniting children’s passion for STEAM through delivering hands-on activities, inspirational messages and innovation kits. ShareSpace provides children the opportunity to experience pivotal moments of discovery, leading to a life-long love for, and potentially a career in, STEAM.

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