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The “Apollo 13: The Mission Control Story” celebration scheduled for April 11 at the San Diego Air & Space Museum has been postponed due to ongoing public health initiatives, the Museum announced today.
“Today we made the decision to postpone the Apollo 13 celebration scheduled for April 11 at our Museum due to ongoing public health initiatives and the recent recommendations by health officials regarding limiting public gatherings to 250 people or less,” said Jim Kidrick, President & CEO of the San Diego Air & Space Museum. “The safety of our guests and employees is our top priority, and we felt it was necessary to follow the guidelines outlined by public health officials during this critical time. We will re-evaluate and re-schedule the event at a later date per public health considerations.”
Tickets previously purchased for the April 11 event will be honored once a new event date has been announced.
As of March 13, the San Diego Air & Space Museum remains open to the public during normal operating hours. Visit www.sandiegoairandspace.org and the Museum’s social media for updates.