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Festival Program Now Available Online and Keynote Tickets Available!

| September 13, 2017

By the Flagstaff Festival of Science

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The 2017 Flagstaff Festival of Science Starts September 23rd! Here is a brief overview of what to expect. And remember, everything is free!

W. L. Gore & Associates Keynote Presentation

Kyle Maynard, Mountaineer, Motivational Speaker and Author
7 p.m. Friday, September 22nd
NAU’s Ardrey Auditorium

Free tickets at the door for first-come, first served. Or pick up or print out tickets in advance through the NAU Central Ticket Office (nau.edu/cto; 928-523-5661).
Maynard has set out to climb some of the highest mountains on Earth. He has already conquered Mount Kilimanjaro in Africa and Mount Aconcagua in South America. This, no doubt, is a daunting mission for anyone, but Maynard was born without a complete set of arms and legs. In order to overcome physical mountain climbing challenges, he called on Kahtoola and Flagstaff engineers to design and fit him with individualized crampons to help him summit and achieve extraordinary goals. In doing so, Maynard has inspired the world with the power of technology, creativity and the human spirit.
“When I was first asked how I was going to be able to climb Mount Kilimanjaro, my answer was, ‘I don’t know,’” said Maynard. “These are three of the most important words of my life. All discoveries happen from ‘I don’t know.’”
Learn more about Kyle’s amazing story here.

Bonus Pre-Festival Event: Flagstaff Star Party

THURSDAY, FRIDAY & SATURDAY
SEPTEMBER 21st, 22nd, & 23rd
Evenings, Buffalo Park

You’ll be dazzled by the star power in the First
International Dark Sky City! Local astronomers will introduce you to Cassiopeia, Ursa Major and other astronomical wonders at this celebration of Flagstaff’s famous dark skies. Go to the Star Party’s website for a full listing of events. Telescope viewing begins at dark (around 7 p.m.) and lasts till 10 p.m.
All Flagstaff Festival of Science activities are free thanks to the hosting organizations, presenters and our generous supporters!

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