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      NASA's Driven to Explore Exhibit @ Schenectady Museum in Schenectady

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      July 12, 2012

      Thursday  12:00 PM - 9:00 PM

      15 Nott Terrace Heights
      Schenectady, New York 12308

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      NASA's Driven to Explore Exhibit @ Schenectady Museum

      The Schenectady Museum presents NASA’s Driven to Explore exhibit in partnership with CMOST for 2 days only: Thursday, July 12 @ 12 – 9PM* & Friday, July 13 @ 12 – 5PM* at the Schenectady Museum & Suits-Bueche Planetarium (*last tickets sold 1 hour before closing). Touch a 4 billion-year-old moon rock brought back aboard Apollo 17. Discover the story of NASA. See special space artifacts on display for this event only. Activities by Schenectady Museum, CMOST and other collaborators. Special Planetarium Shows; variety of area food vendors on site.

      PARKING: Drop off only at Museum lot entrance on event days; Museum lot limited to handicapped parking only on event days. Additional parking: Zion Lutheran Church, 153 Nott Terrace; Days Inn, 167 Nott Terrace; Holiday Inn, 100 Nott Terrace; Union Graduate College (lot entrance off Liberty across from Denny’s); St. John the Evangelist (lot behind church on Eastern Pkwy, just east of Nott Terr.); Union College’s College Park Hall, 450 Nott Street (just east of Erie Blvd.) Union College Trolley will run from this lot only to the Museum and back to this lot.

      Visit www.SchenectadyMuseum.org for more details.

      Cost: Payment required - $5 kids; $6.25 seniors; $7 adults; add $2 for Planetarium

      Categories: Education | Kids & Family | Science

      Event details may change at any time, always check with the event organizer when planning to attend this event or purchase tickets.
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