Apollo 11 Celebration Event at Craters of the Moon on July 20th and 21st, 2019
Craters of the Moon National Monument and Preserve and the community will commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing which occurred from July 16-24, 1969. The site will also celebrate the visit to Craters of the Moon by several astronauts which occurred on August 22, 1969. This event will take place on July 20th, 2019 at Craters of the Moon Visitor Center during the 4th annual "Craters Space Science Festival".

Activities may include the following:
Idaho Public Television will provide a new episode of American Experience coupled with a short film about the Craters astronaut visit, featured at the visitor center theater.
• Lunar Ranger presentation and activities;
• Solar viewing and/or a star party;
• Participation of youth in this event- touring the Park and engaging in hands-on activities;
• Astronaut & Scientist presentations;
• Statewide organizations tabling to provide demonstrations and information about space science research in Idaho.

The Idaho Out-of-School Network (ION) invites you to gather a team of youth and mentors to join us in this celebration. We will award a $550 stipend for groups to use to organize the travels, food, staff and stay. We have additional funds to help with busing based on the needs of each group applying. Our goal is to recruit 6 groups totaling 50 youth.

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