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During all sorts of get-togethers, family members tell countless stories with important lessons sprinkled throughout. In fact, the act of storytelling has been passed down from person to person for centuries. Overall, telling these tales of personal history allows modern generations of people to learn about their ancestors, if even for the first time. In order to prevent history from repeating itself, listening to the stories of our elders can establish a healthy foundation for our future.
Taking your family to local museum events is another way to spark interest in your personal history. The Frontiers of Flight Museum will host the biggest annual space exposition in Texas to celebrate Moon Day 2016 on July 16 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The event will celebrate the 47th anniversary of the launch of Apollo 11, the NASA mission that led to the first human footsteps on the Moon.
Join a LIVE TALK to the International Space Station at 10:30 am. Moon Day features numerous educational presentations by subject area experts in our “Moon Academy” for young students and our “Lunar University” for college level and above. DISD Educators can receive Continuing Education Credits for attendance at Lunar University classes.