The Flagstaff Festival of Science is a FREE 10-day event occurring each fall with field trips, guided hikes, star parties, open houses, hands-on exhibits, presentations and archaeological excavations! This year, in celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing, we are also offering an 18 month-long Lunar Legacy Lecture Series.


The 10th and youngest person to ever walk on the Moon, Apollo 16 Lunar Module Pilot General Charlie Duke, is launching the 30th annual Flagstaff Festival of Science To the Moon and Beyond! Duke is scheduled to be the W.L. Gore & Associates Keynote Presenter, kicking off the FREE 10-day event and more than 100 activities at 7 p.m. Friday, September 20, in Northern Arizona University's Ardrey Auditorium.

Check out our keynote page for more information about General Charlie Duke's connection to Flagstaff and learn about a special opportunity to meet him at the V.I.P. reception.

Tickets for the 2019 Keynote are available HERE




Experience the 50th anniversary of one of humankind’s grandest achievements in setting foot on the moon and celebrate Flagstaff's scientific role!

From July 2018 - December 2019, Flagstaff will be  offering free events and activities. The Lunar Legacy Speaker Series, sponsored by the Flagstaff Festival of Science, will run on the second Wednesday of each month starting with Lowell Observatory historian Kevin Schindler on Wednesday, Aug. 8, 2018, at 6pm Coconino Community College Lone Tree Campus. For more information visit Flagstaff AZ Lunar Legacy.

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