FREE Space Capsule Holiday Lighting Ceremony & Donut Exchange Party
Columbia Memorial Space Center
12400 Columbia Way
FREE EVENT – no tickets needed … just bring donuts !!1
5-4-3-2-1 BLASTOFF … Columbia Memorial Space Center presents … Charles Phoenix hosting the first ever Apollo Space Capsule holiday lighting ceremony and party. This FREE, out-of-this-world event takes place on the very site where all six Apollo Space Capsules that successfully transported astronauts to the moon were designed and built.
Classic outdoor Christmas lights will illuminate the iconic Apollo Space Capsule at the entrance of the Columbia Memorial Space Center.
The bright idea to light up the Apollo Space Capsule for Christmas came from Charles, who dared to ask Columbia Memorial Space Center director, Ben Dickow, “Has anyone ever lit up a Apollo Space Capsule like a Christmas tree before?
Ben said, “I don’t think so, lets do it!”
Please bring donuts to exchange and enjoy while singing along to festive Christmas carols and engaging in the spirit of the season.
Coffee and Hot Chocolate will be served.
Festive outer space age holiday dress is encouraged
FREE parking, and plenty of it
Tell your friends to spread the word … and arrive with donuts!
Columbia Memorial Space Center directions and info: www.columbiaspacescience.org
The Columbia Memorial Space Center is a science museum California. The center’s mission is to “ignite people’s passion in science, technology, engineering, and space while honoring Downey’s aerospace history.” The site of the museum is the former Boeing/Rockwell/North American plant where all of the Apollo Command/Service Modules were built and the Space Shuttle was conceived.
Charles Phoenix hosts first ever Apollo Space Capsule Holiday Lighting & Donut Exchange at Columbia Memorial Space Center CA, Saturday, December 3, 5-7pm.