A NIGHT TO REMEMBER!
RESCHEDULED FOR APRIL 9, 2022
Due to continued restrictions and concerns surrounding the COVID-19 outbreak, our Night to Remember fundraising dinner scheduled for April 4, 2020 has been re-rescheduled for Saturday, April 9, 2022.
The event will commemorate the 110th anniversary of the maiden and final voyage of the fabled ocean liner. The evening promises to truly be a Night to Remember. More details are below.
In the meantime, we encourage you to follow the guidelines of the WHO, CDC, federal, state and local authorities to be safe at this time. We thank you for your understanding and continued support and look forward a wonderful event. Ticketing for the rescheduled date will be reopened in Mid-2021.
Mark your calendar now for A NIGHT TO REMEMBER: a special fundraising event featuring a recreation of the last meal served on the R.M.S. Titanic. This once in a lifetime event will take place from 6:00 PM to 10:00 PM on Saturday April 9, 2022 at Spring Mill Manor at 171 Jacksonville Road, Ivyland, PA 18974.
Scheduled to commemorate the 110th anniversary of the the famed ocean liner’s voyage, the event will feature an elegant seven course menu recreating the final meal served in the first class dining room aboard the R.M.S. Titanic. Additionally, the event will include a champagne toast, a live quartet playing period music and an exclusive exhibition of never before seen Titanic artifacts from the private collection of renown Titanic expert Craig Sopin. Come dressed to impress or in your finest period clothing.
Help Us Build
Dedicated to the men and women of the Naval Air Development Center (NADC). They won the Cold War and put a man on the Moon. Starting with 25,000 square feet of exhibition space and designed for expansion, the museum will feature the Navy’s state of the art technology paired with science exhibits for kids. Major donors will have the honor of bringing this project to life, but every contribution counts so join with us now!!!
Save the GONDOLA!!!
The original capsule that was used to train all of the early astronauts like Shepard, Glenn and Armstrong is in danger of collapse. Corrosion has eaten at this gem during more than 50 years of outdoor storage and now threatens to destroy it forever. We cannot let space history be forgotten! Do your part and help us save this national treasure.
Help Renovate the NADC Archive Center
This project to provide secure storage for important archives of our nation’s history is vital. It will store film, photos, documents, reports, and other media that chronicle the Cold War era and the race to the Moon. The building, long subject to the whims of the elements, will soon be under our protection. Volunteers and sponsors are needed now!!!
Please help support this worthwhile effort. Every contribution, regardless of size, helps to preserve the history of NADC and the Johnsville Centrifuge.
Skills of all kinds are needed to develop and run a museum. If you live in the area and are interested in getting involved in developing a unique resource that reflects your pride in the community we invite you to join us.
Museum apparel is coming soon. Whether you’re looking for the perfect gift or a piece of the Museum to call your own, we will have something for everyone. Check back with us.
Join the G-Club
Donors of $1,000.00 or more are immediately inducted into our G-Club! If you would like to join the G-Club, click on the donations link to make a secure donation via PayPal.
We need YOUR support to reach our GOALS
M– USEUM BUILDING (Phase 1)
Honoring our Past, Inspiring our Future
The Johnsville Centrifuge and Science Museum, Inc. is an all-volunteer organization with a goal of developing a museum and learning center that will preserve the history of the Naval Air Development Center/Naval Air Warfare Center (NADC/NAWC)