Tesla Memorial Conference marking the 70th Anniversary of Nikola Tesla's passing in Hotel New Yorker
Tesla Science Foundation and Patron HRH Prince Philip of Serbia
have the great privilege to invite you to attend and participate in the forthcoming:
Tesla Spirit Award Benefit Reception
Saturday, January 5th , 6:00 pm –8:00 pm
Grand Ballroom, New Yorker Hotel
481 Eight Avenue, NYC
Please join us at Tesla Spirit Awards Benefit Reception endorsed by HRH Prince Philip of Serbia (the son of HRH Crown Prince Alexander of Serbia) for Nikola Tesla's memory. Nikola Tesla died on January 7th, 1943 in Hotel New Yorker, room # 3327 on 33rd floor. Tesla lived in the New Yorker hotel for the last 10 yeasr of his life (1933-1943) and he celebrated his birthdays (July, 10) in the Grand Ballroom of hotel New Yorker. Hotel New Yorked is a holly place for Nikola Tesla.
The event program will include a number of prominent speakers, dignitaries, artists and distinguished individuals who have been designated to receive this year’s Tesla Spirit Awards.
Tax deductible checks may be addressed and mailed to: Tesla Science Foundation, 20 West 26th Street, New York, NY 10010.
Thank you very much for your interest. We look forward to your attendance and support.
Tesla Science Foundation
Phone: (857) 417 8719
Tesla Spirit Award Benefit Reception
Guest arrival and networking
La Guardia Commemorative Tesla Speech
Gusle - Short avant-garde Musical peace
Created and performed /Milica Paranosic
Short welcome: TSA Benefit Chair, Marina Schwabic
TSF Chair, David Vujic
TSF President/Founder, Nikola Lonchar
Opening remarks by Patrons
Guests of Honor :
· Jane Alcorn (Tesla Science Museum, Long Island)
· Vladimir Jelenkovic (Tesla Museum of Belgrade)
· Hon. Mirjana Zivkovic, Consul General of the Republic of Serbia
Grachanitsa Serbian Folk Dance Ensemble
Tesla Spirit Awards recipients:
· UNESCO (World Memory List)
· TESLA MUSEUM in Belgrade
· For fundraising: Matt Inman, OATMEAL
· THE NEW YORKER HOTEL
· Tesla Life Time Achievement Award: Dr. Ljubomir Vujovic
7:20 - 7:40
7:40 - 7:45
Concert “Divine Hand”
Closing remarks - TBD
We also invite you to come to attend:
The Tesla Memorial Conference
January 6 - 7, 2013 @ New Yorker Hotel, New York City
The world’s brightest minds, scientists, engineers, alternative energy entrepreneurs, innovation experts, artists and a myriad of Tesla enthusiasts will gather for this 3 day Tesla extravaganza to honor Tesla’s legacy, 70 years since his passing on January 7th, 1943, in the New Yorker Hotel. This unique Tesla forum will include a diverse array of Tesla-related lectures, presentations, discussions and documented evidence of growing interest and recognition of Tesla’s contribution to the 20th and 21st Century.
Reserve your Early Bird special tickets on line:
Tesla Memorial Conference tickets at http://teslamemorial.eventbrite.com/
Tesla Spirit Award Reception at http://teslabenefitreception.eventbrite.com
We appreciate your interest in supporting Nikola Tesla’s name and legacy and invite you to attend and participate in this important Tesla Tribute.
Finally, in addition we invite those who are observing the Serbian Orthodox Christmas to join us in paying our respects by remembering one of the most prominent of American-Serbs 'the man who invented the 20th Century', our Nikola Tesla. We are most grateful to have received the blessings for these events from the Serbian Orthodox Cathedral of St. Sava in New York City. Lenten meals will be available for ones who are fasting.
The Tesla Science Foundation is a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting the life, legacy, and scientific innovations of Nikola Tesla. Today, our Foundation is the most active Tesla related organization in United States having successfully hosted numerous lectures, seminars, forums, to include our annual Energy Independence Conference. Through its dedicated efforts, TSF has attracted large numbers of scientists, engineers, artists, students and other Tesla enthusiasts worldwide. Visionary prodigy and scientist, Nikola Tesla was voted one of the100 most influential Americans of the 20th Century and is included in the UNESCO Memory of the World register.