Aerospacefest 2021 to be Held Rain or Shine at Discovery Center

A day of free science and fun

Press release

Aerospacefest 2021 is being held at the McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center in Concord on Saturday, September 4, from 10:30 AM to 4 PM. Admission is free and no reservations are required.
Observe the sun through telescope filters with the New Hampshire Astronomical Society.
Meet ambassador animals from the Millstone Wildlife Center.
Watch robotics demonstrations by VEX Robotics and FIRST Robotics teams.
Learn about local organizations and people working in STEM with Girl Scouts of the Green and White Mountains, meteorite buff and New Hampshire finalist for the Teacher in Space program Bob Veilleux, Antioch University’s Alliance for Youth Climate Leadership, Academy of Model Aeronautics, Kollsman/Elbit Systems, New Hampshire Space Grant Consortium, Belmont High School Astronomy Club, Squam Lakes Science Center, and GoSTEM.
See science in exciting action with Mad Science of Maine.
Meet local author Mark Okrant.
Celebrate this year’s recipients of the Alex Higgins Memorial Space Camp Scholarship.
Be one of the first people to see our new planetarium show, One Day on Mars.
Listen to keynote speaker Lt. Col. David Zesinger, 23rd Space Operations Squadron, from New Boston’s Space Force Station.
And more!
For more information, visit or call 271-7827.