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Newsletter: September 8, 2016

Happy 50th, STAR TREK! Live Stream Tonight!


How has Star Trek Shaped Your Life?

50 years ago today, Star Trek creator Gene Roddenberry envisioned a boldly better future, full of optimism, driven by exploration and strengthened by diversity. Join the #BoldlyBetter campaign now by following The Roddenberry Foundation on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter for an exciting 50th Anniversary announcement which will be broadcast live on Facebook at 8pm Eastern!



Star Trek 50th Anniversary Celebration

September 8-9, 2016 | Washington, DC

Join us as we commemorate the 50th Anniversary of Star Trek with the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum. The three-night celebration will include a special screening of The Man Trap and the Boldly Go 50 Celebration and Museum Moonshine: Star Trek in Our Lives events.




September 15-18, 2016 | Big Island, HI

Celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Star Trek in paradise. Join Rod Roddenberry for an exhilarating zipline tour, an amazing Manta Ray night dive, presentations and more. Don’t miss a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to discover the beauty of Hawaii on an adventure with some of your favorite Star Trek stars!


Runyon Canyon Hike

October 16, 2016 | Los Angeles, CA

Explore one of Los Angeles’ best hiking trails with Rod Roddenberry. There are several scenic overlook points in Runyon Canyon that offer amazing views of the city. This is a moderate-difficult two-hour hike over rough terrain.


Trashy Diver Contest

April – September, 2016

Roddenberry Adventures and NAUI Green Diver Initiative are challenging outdoor enthusiasts, beach combers and scuba divers to safely remove trash from any aquatic habitat, and photograph the results to win some amazing prizes. Saturday, September 17th is Coastal Cleanup Day. Help us spread the work and keep our local waterways healthy and clean!


August Monthly Prize Winner

Most Amount of Trash

Corey T. from Knoxville, TN

Volunteer with Living Lands & Waters, strong arming and removing a barrel found on the banks of the Tennessee River. In just 2 hours, volunteers collected 142, fifty gallon bags of trash and 84 tires!