Saturday, Oct 27, 2012 , 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Petaluma Mayor David Glass will honor the lifetime achievements of Apollo 14 Astronaut Edgar Mitchell by proclaiming October 27, 2012 as "Edgar Mitchell Day." Sponsored by the Petaluma Museum as part of its new exhibition, Korea, The Forgotten War, the now sold-out ceremony will take place at the Petaluma-Hamilton Masonic Lodge.
This event will take place at the beautiful historic Petaluma-Hamilton Masonic Lodge in downtown Petaluma at 9 Western Avenue.
Dr. Mitchell is one of 12 individuals in the history of the world to walk on the surface of the moon, a Korean War Veteran and recipient of the Navy Distinguished Service Medal, and founder of the Institute of Noetic Sciences (IONS). Inspired by his expedition to the Moon and back, Dr. Mitchell was moved to found IONS and devote his life to two essential areas he believes are intrinsically interconnected: human consciousness and the focus on the environmental balance of our fragile planet.
We celebrate and honor the accomplishments of Edgar, and are proud to support his vision and legacy for a conscious, humanitarian, and sustainable world.
This event is now sold out.