Hidden Treasures Movie Night!

Saturday, November 23rd
2:00 p.m to ?

Anita Gale Residence
18506 Upper Bay Road
Nassau Bay, Texas

Anita Gale is hosting our Chapter’s November “Movie Night” in her home at 18506 Upper Bay Road in Nassau Bay, across NASA 1 and down the road just a few blocks from the Space Center on Saturday, November the 23rd from 2:00 p.m. until we all run out of gas! This year’s get-together will feature some Hidden Treasures of Science Fiction and Science Fact!

We’ll have a few minutes for snacks and conversation after doors open at 2:00 p.m., but by about 2:30 we’ll be ready to start with our Science Fact entry, the 2014 biopic of Apollo astronaut Gene Cernan: The Last Man on the Moon. It gives much inside information of the lives of the astronauts and how they were changed both for better and for worse by the experience; the scenes where the former astronaut visits the crumbling ruin of KSC Launch Complex 39 are especially poignant.

We’ll have a dinner break with sandwiches, chips, and maybe a tray of chicken nuggets from a politically incorrect institution, then we’ll spend the rest of the evening in Anita’s TV room for some “Hidden Treasures” of SF TV! Back in 1965, as the original Star Trek was making its debut, a black & white TV series entitled Raumpatrouille Orion briefly appeared in Germany. Although it had very high production values, it never attained the audience of Gene Roddenberry’s brainchild and disappeared into the ether after only a few episodes…until brought to life again on DVD! We’ll also have a few episodes of the current Prime Video series The Expanse available; audience participation will determine which we actually watch and for how long. I normally work the graveyard shift…I promise that I can keep going as long as any of you can!

The popcorn machine will be there and popping; Anita will have her legendary spread of adult and soft beverages; and you’re all invited to bring along your leftover Halloween candy! Other contributions are welcome as well. We’re expecting an intimate turnout for this event, but still we would appreciate an RSVP email to info@nss-houston-moon.org so that we know how many to plan for. No charge for the event, but voluntary contributions towards the refreshments will be accepted with our thanks. Children are welcome with appropriate adult supervision, but please note that Last Man on the Moon is rated TV-MA for language and intense scenes and The Expanse is similarly rated TV-14.

More information is available on our chapter web site, or send an email inquiry to info@nss-houston-moon.org.

Movie Night 2018!

Double Feature Movie Night!
Saturday, November 10th, 2018
3:00-10:30 p.m

Anita Gale Residence
18506 Upper Bay Road
Nassau Bay, Texas

Anita Gale is hosting our Chapter’s November “Movie Night” in her home at 18506 Upper Bay Road in Nassau Bay, across NASA 1 and down the road just a few blocks from the Space Center on Saturday, November the 10th from 3:00 p.m. through 10:30. This year’s get-together will be a Double Feature of Science Fiction and Science Fact!

We’ll begin shortly after 3:00 p.m. with our Science Fact entry, a viewing of the 2016 motion picture Hidden Figures. This acclaimed film tells the story of three brilliant mathematicians who provided invaluable service to NASA during the Mercury program…and who all happened to be ladies of color! After that film we’ll have our dinner break with sandwich fixings and chips, then we’ll return to Anita’s TV room for some rip-rollicking Science Fiction…the very best of the Star Trek franchise, Star Trek 2: The Wrath of Khan!

We’ll have the popcorn machine going throughout; Anita will have her legendary spread of adult and soft beverages; and you’re all invited to bring along your leftover Halloween candy!

We would appreciate an RSVP email to info@nss-houston-moon.org so that we know how many to plan for. No charge for the event, but voluntary contributions towards the refreshments will be accepted with our thanks. Children are welcome with appropriate adult supervision.

More information is available by sending an email inquiry to info@nss-houston-moon.org.

Summer Social, August 18th, 2018!

Anita Gale Residence
18506 Upper Bay Road
Nassau Bay, Texas

The Clear Lake Area National Space Society and Moon Society Chapter will be hosting our annual Summer Social at the home of Anita Gale on Saturday, August 18th, 2018 from 1 pm to 7 pm. This year we will be holding a cookout with burgers and hot dogs; we welcome contributions of veggies and side dishes. The swimming pool will be open; feel free to take a dip!

There is no charge to attend, but voluntary contributions to offset the cost of food and refreshments will be accepted with our thanks. We would appreciate an RSVP email to info at nss dash houston dash moon dot org for planning purposes. Y’all come!

NOTE: In the event of inclement weather, the event will be postponed one day to Sunday, August 19th…same times, 1 to 7 pm. If conditions are questionable, check this web site for the official word.

Double Feature Movie Night!

Saturday, November 11th, 2017
4:00-10:30 p.m

Anita Gale Residence
18506 Upper Bay Road
Nassau Bay, Texas


Anita Gale is hosting our Chapter’s November “Movie Night” in her home at 18506 Upper Bay Road in Nassau Bay, across NASA 1 and down the road just a few blocks from the Space Center on Saturday, November the 11th from 4:00 through 10:30 p.m. This year’s get-together will be a Double Feature of two space classics from the best of Hollywood!

We’ll begin at 4:00 p.m. with a viewing of the 1950 George Pal classic, Destination Moon. There we’ll see Hollywood’s first serious attempt to envision an actual journey to the Moon. After that film we’ll have a bit of a dinner break with sandwich fixings and chips, then we’ll return to Anita’s TV room to see how we really did go to the Moon with Ron Howard’s masterpiece, Apollo 13.

We’ll have the popcorn machine going throughout; Anita will have her legendary spread of adult and soft beverages; and you’re all invited to bring along your leftover Halloween candy!

We would appreciate an RSVP email to info@nss-houston-moon.org so that we know how many to plan for. No charge for the event, but voluntary contributions towards the refreshments will be accepted with our thanks. Children are welcome with appropriate adult supervision.

Movie Night November 14, 2016

The Clear Lake Area Chapter will host a “Movie Night” in the private home of one of our members the evening of November 14th, 2016 beginning at 7:00 p.m. Popcorn, candy and beverages (hard & soft) will be available. The movie is TBD; it will be chosen the night of the event based on audience feedback. There is no charge for the movie or event; voluntary contributions will be accepted for the refreshments. The home is near the Space Center; for directions and detailed information send an RSVP email to <a href=”mailto:info@nss-houston-moon cymbalta price.org”>info@nss-houston-moon.org