|56 years ago, on the 12th of April 1961, Yuri Gagarin became the first human to go into space, orbiting the Earth once aboard the Vostok 1 space capsule. On the same date 20 years later (1981), John Young and Robert Crippen flew NASA's first Space Shuttle flight to orbit. Join events around the world to celebrate your passion for space and a positive future for the people of planet Earth.|
This is one of the three Holidays recognized and celebrated by the L5 Nation.
Wednesday, April 12, 2017
4 pm - 10 pm
Come meet other people interested in space exploration and development, and engage in lively conversation! The fun, friendly atmosphere can be expected to foster an interchange of ideas across a broad range of topics.
Dress Casual - BYOB Suggested
Some munchies provided, more appreciated
Pizza at 6:30 PM for those who RSVP
All seven 50 minute episodes of
When We Left Earth: The NASA Missions
will be shown in series throughout the party
Also showing other space-related titles, including
Journey to Space in 4K HDR
RSVP WILL BE SINCERELY APPRECIATED
This event @ YurisNight.net
General Party Info:
The 96 bus from Davis Square stops on George Street at Burget Ave. and picks up across George street at Marston. The next closest bus connection is Winthrop Street at Boston Ave. where the 96, 94 and 80 buses all stop. The MBTA Trip Planner is a good tool for making your travel arrangements.
Brookings Street doesn't have a lot of immediately available space. Your best bet is probably on Marston Street by the playground, one block over - note that Marston is one way from George Street to Summer Street, and Summer Street is one way (from Main Street to Winthrop Street).
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Contact Fred Koschara for Info/Directions/RSVP
(c: 617-792-4320) ----- email: yurisnight17@L5Development.com