Out of this World benefit for aerospace education at Future of Flight

Future-themed event Nov. 17 to raise funds for Institute of Flight learning initiatives
Nov 15, 2017
Courtesy of: Jody Hawkins. Terry LaBrue, Director of Marketing and Tourism for Institute of Flight at the Future of Flight Aviation Center and Boeing Tour in preparation for their upcoming aerospace education benefit, Out of This World, taking place on Friday, Nov. 17. Tickets still available at www.futureofflight.org/world.

An exciting evening of fun and entertainment will launch guests beyond the cosmos at the Out of this World benefit, Friday, Nov. 17 at the Aerospace Gallery of the Future of Flight Aviation Center & Boeing Tour, in Mukilteo.

Admission includes exploration of the Future of Flight exhibits with food from around the world, beverages, plus a wide selection of silent and super-silent auction items. Some extremely rare selections such as an authentic Boeing 747 window signed by Joe Sutter, a six day African photo safari, dream vacations to Hawaii, Mexico, New York City, New Orleans, the Caribbean on Holland America Lines or anywhere Alaska Airlines flies, will be up for bids.

“This aviation-oriented event encourages the community to support the Institute of Flight’s vision of igniting a passion for the future of aerospace,” said Gary Hauff, Institute of Flight associate director of philanthropy. “Located in the middle of Snohomish County’s aviation district at Paine Field, the Institute of Flight honors its duty to educate the next generation of aerospace workers. This evening will benefit the Institute of Flight education programs and education financial assistance program.”

The community is invited for an exciting evening of food by Chef Dane Catering, fun, music and dancing that promises an out of this world experience. Other program elements are the popular wine pull, the Boeing Photo Booth, and dancing to the lively rhythms of DJ Jonathan Jones.

“We will provide the boost to the next generation of aviation fans. But attendees are welcome to come and relax in the Aerospace Gallery with their friends and colleagues supporting education and meeting our event Chairperson, Dr. Nicholas Patrick, veteran NASA astronaut,” added Hauff.

Tickets and Schedule:  Doors to the Aerospace Gallery open at 6 p.m., while the Future of Flight closes at 9 p.m. Admission tickets for all ages is $75, and tables for 10 are $750.  Register for tickets at: www.futureofflight.org/world.


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