SAVE THE DATE: National Space Society’s Dare To Dream Gala to benefit space education and development. May 30, 2021, Sheraton Gateway Hotel, LAX, Los Angeles, California

Harry Hamlin, Joshua Ravetch, Howard Bloom, and the National Space Society invite you to join us May 1, 2022, at the Beverly Hilton Hotel to celebrate the launch of America’s Second Great Space Age.

The National Space Society—the world’s largest and oldest grassroots space advocacy organization—will host an elite dinner for 500 of LA’s most successful visionaries to honor the development of the vehicles that will take the grand experiment of life and the audacity of humanity to the heavenly bodies and the spaces in between. We will honor the first humans to set foot on the moon.

The National Space Society’s dinner will celebrate the past on behalf of an even more spectacular future. It will fund programs to make sure that your children and grandchildren can live and work in space. And it will raise funding so that the National Space Society can continue to lift the imagination of humanity. Imagination paves the path to astonishing new realities.

Celebrating 50 years of Apollo.

 

The National Space Society — the world’s largest and oldest grassroots space advocacy group — and National Geographic invite you to a remarkable event.

We will honor the 50th anniversary of the first human landings on the Moon and the anniversary of Apollo 13, whose crew, through astonishing ingenuity, overcame life-threatening problems and returned safely to Earth on April 17th, 1970.

The National Space Society’s gala dinner will celebrate the past on behalf of an even more spectacular future by honoring these bold pioneers who are paving the way to a new future in space. The gala will fund the National Space Society’s cutting-edge educational programs, programs to prepare future generations to live, work, and flourish in space. And it will raise funding so that the National Space Society can continue to spark the imagination of young people around the world.

The National Space Society’s mission? Bring space to life by bringing life to space. Please join us in celebrating the enduring human spirit that dares to dream of soaring to new and always higher and higher heights!

SAVE THE DATE: National Space Society’s Dare To Dream Gala to benefit space education and development. May 30, 2021, Sheraton Gateway Hotel, LAX, Los Angeles, California

Celebrating 50 years of Apollo.

 

The National Space Society — the world’s largest and oldest grassroots space advocacy group — and National Geographic invite you to a remarkable event.

We will honor the 50th anniversary of the first human landings on the Moon and the anniversary of Apollo 13, whose crew, through astonishing ingenuity, overcame life-threatening problems and returned safely to Earth on April 17th, 1970.

The National Space Society’s gala dinner will celebrate the past on behalf of an even more spectacular future by honoring these bold pioneers who are paving the way to a new future in space. The gala will fund the National Space Society’s cutting-edge educational programs, programs to prepare future generations to live, work, and flourish in space. And it will raise funding so that the National Space Society can continue to spark the imagination of young people around the world.

The National Space Society’s mission? Bring space to life by bringing life to space. Please join us in celebrating the enduring human spirit that dares to dream of soaring to new and always higher and higher heights!

SAVE THE DATE: National Space Society’s Dare To Dream Gala to benefit space education and development. May 30, 2021, Sheraton Gateway Hotel, LAX, Los Angeles, California