Lunch in Ship Street Square, 11:30 to 2:00 / Free History Lesson (July 31, 1777) Marquis de Lafayette Becomes a Major-General (without pay)

Warp engines allow fairly accurate time travel. So, on occasion, the rocket is called upon to preserve the time continuum as interpreted by the Scientific Team at GASA. In late summer of 1777, we were called upon to serve the Marquis de Lafayette in honor of his contributions to the American Revolution. In lieu of actual payment, the Continental Congress arranged for him to enjoy Rocket Sliders for a period of two weeks. It got pretty hairy, but the continuum was preserved and we’re all still here. Bon Appétit!

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