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Taste of Space: An Apollo 12 Celebration

Nov 08, 2019 | 7:00 - 10:00 PM Apollo/Saturn V Center

This November, the Apollo Program celebrations continue with the 50th anniversary of Apollo 12, the encore Moon landing. The fall food and NASA art events at Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex returns with the Taste of Space: An Apollo 12 Celebration.

Did you know that at Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex, you will find a full-service kitchen staffed by an award-winning chef and her team? The visitor complex is operated by Delaware North which manages hotels, resorts, cultural attractions and parks to make countless memories for millions of guests each year. As a leader in food service management, Delaware North is the official caterer for the visitor complex and we are excited to showcase this team’s talent during this dinner event.

Join us on Friday, November 8 at the Apollo/Saturn V Center, just days before the 50th anniversary of Apollo 12. Throughout the newly transformed facility, explore exclusive NASA art and artifacts directly from the archives while enjoying culinary demonstrations, signature beverages and interactive exhibits that bring NASA’s Apollo Program to life.

This after-hours reception is separately ticket event. Ticket holders will enjoy food and libations while exploring the Apollo/Saturn V Center and rare NASA artwork. Further ticket details will be available soon.

In the meantime, learn more about NASA artwork’s colorful history at “How on Earth are NASA Science and Art Related?” on The Payload blog.

A table laden with hors d’oeuvres for Taste of Space: An Apollo 12 Celebration.

Taste of Space: An Apollo 12 Celebration

Grissom and Young by Norman Rockwell, 1965

How on Earth are NASA and Art related?

Did you know that NASA’s collaboration with art dates back to the first years of NASA? NASA science and art has worked together for decades and the visitor complex is celebrating this fall.


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