‘NASA on The Square’ this Saturday, June 20

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The 2nd Annual NASA on the Square event is THIS Saturday, June 20th, from 10am-2pm around the Courthouse Square. There will be numerous exhibits, activities and demonstrations! There will also be a special presentation by astronaut T.J. Creamer who was aboard the International Space Station in 2010 for 161 days. Creamer will be talking about his missions at 11:45 am and 1 pm in the AL.com building. Attendance is limited to the first 120 people at the event. So make sure you get there at 10 am if you want to attend the astronaut presentation. You can read his biography here: http://www.jsc.nasa.gov/Bios/htmlbios/creamer.html.

There will also be the following food trucks there: Food Fighters Bustaurant , Sugar Belle  and Dales Stuft .

Here is more information about NASA on the Square from AL.com or you can find more info on the Facebook page.

If you attend NASA on the Square this Saturday, you can also attend The Great Space Beer Experience. This will be on the 2nd floor of Cotton Row from 11am - 3pm. Straight to Ale and Rocket Republic will be discussing the stories behind their space themed brews. The Great Space Beer Experience is presented by Zero Point Frontiers Corp and is FREE to attend.