Summer Series with Hamish Lutris

In the words of Orville Wright, “the dream of flight is an idea that has always impassioned mankind.”  Beginning July 8, Noble Horizons will host instructor Hamish Lutris for a compelling series that examines the dream and history of flight.

On Monday, July 8 at 10 am, Lutris will teach Minos Rules Everything but He Does Not Rule the Heavens in which he explores the concept of flight from its most ancient ideas to the Second World War, when rockets and space travel became a reality.  On Wednesday, July 10, 10 am, he will discuss the US-Soviet space race in The Day the Earth Stood Still.  On Monday, July 15, 10 am Lutris will conclude with One Small Step in which he assesses the Soviet lunar attempt, the intrepid technological spirit and prowess that drove Apollo program, and the sense of political urgency of the US moon landing.

Your $25 Registration Includes all Three Classes:

Fulfilling The Dream of Flight: The Soviet-US Space Race: The Apollo Program and One Small Step:

Register for the three-class series at 860-435-9851 or using the form below. $25 fee may be mailed or remitted at the first class.

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