Women Make History Every Day - Store Event with Hayley Arceneaux
Women Make History Every Day - Store Event with Hayley Arceneaux
Women Make History Every Day - Store Event with Hayley Arceneaux
Women Make History Every Day - Store Event with Hayley Arceneaux
Women Make History Every Day - Store Event with Hayley Arceneaux
Women Make History Every Day - Store Event with Hayley Arceneaux
Women Make History Every Day - Store Event with Hayley Arceneaux

Women Make History Every Day - Store Event with Hayley Arceneaux

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Join ARCHd and Hayley Arceneaux (astronaut, physician's assistant, speaker, traveler, author and the youngest American to orbit earth) on Saturday, March 9, 2024, from 11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m., at ARCHd's downtown Memphis shop. You'll get to meet Hayley in-person and hear her INCREDIBLE life story, which includes a trip to space! All ages are welcome. Minors must be accompanied by an adult or guardian ticket holder.

Ticket Price includes:

  • Presentation by Hayley with Q&A
  • Meet & Greet/photo opportunity with Hayley in front of a space themed backdrop
  • Signed 8" x 10" art print featuring original ARCHd illustration of Hayley
  • Signed copy of "Wild Ride: A Memoir of I.V. Drips and Rocket Ships" by Hayley Arceneaux. Choose between the regular version or the version "Adapted for Young Readers"from the drop down menu.

Optional Add on: 

  • For an extra $10, make your own "Space Soap" with Valencia from Oh Sweets Skin Care (located next door to ARCHd and connected in the back). Making your own soap takes approximately 10-15 minutes. You'll be able to choose your space shape and create your own custom scent!

More about Hayley:

Hayley Arceneaux is a physician assistant at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, a career she committed to at age ten, after surviving pediatric bone cancer. She served as an ambassador for the hospital when she joined the first all-civilian orbital space mission, Inspiration 4, in September 2021, and spent three days in orbit. At age 29 she became the youngest American in space, the first pediatric cancer survivor, and the first astronaut with a prosthetic body part. She hails from Louisiana but is now living in Memphis, TN with her Aussie Doodle, Scarlett. She loves traveling (she has now visited all 7 continents) and exploring the beautiful planet she gained a unique perspective of from space.

View the trailer for a Netflix documentary about Hayley's trip to space: