Clark Planetarium members are invited to join us for an exclusive members-only event on Wednesday, February 16, 2011. Craig Trewet from Boeing will give a special presentation at 6:45 p.m. in the ATK IMAX® Theatre on the design and production of the Boeing 787 Dreamliner and how it may affect the next 100 years of aeronautical design.
Trewet is the Director of the Boeing Salt Lake City site, earned a Bachelor of Science degree in mechanical engineering technology from Weber State University and a master’s degree in business administration from Seattle University. He has completed executive programs at the University of Washington and Columbia University. Prior to his current position, Trewet was senior manager of the Safety, Certification and Performance on the Next-Generation 737 program. Trewet has also held positions in 737 airplane systems engineering as the leader of Flight Controls, Mechanical Systems and Environmental Controls, Systems Integration and senior manager for 747 airframe manufacturing engineering.
Following Trewet’s presentation, audience members will see Legends of Flight 3D. Note: We will feature an encore presentation of Legends of Flight 3D at 8:30 p.m.
On that same evening, Clark Planetarium will offer a sneak peek of Violent Universe: Catastrophes of the Cosmos, in the Hansen Dome Theatre with showings at 6, 7:15 and 8:30 p.m. This is a special opportunity for members to see the show before it opens to the public on Friday, February 18.
Light Refreshments will be served throughout the evening. Tickets are limited for the Craig Trewet lecture; if you are interested in participating, please email Cmalaret@slco.org to reserve tickets.
Looking for dinner that evening and a way to give back?
We’re teaming up with California Pizza Kitchen at The Gateway, on Wednesday, February 16, 2011 to raise funds for Clark Planetarium science education programs. All you have to do to get involved is print out the CPK Fundraiser certificate from our website and present it to California Pizza Kitchen anytime that day. In return, Clark Planetarium will receive 20% of your purchase to support science outreach to schools throughout Utah.