Evergreen Museum Event Calendar

Mar

19

 

History Continued - Cosmology

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Presenter: CHARLES NAIL Topic: Cosmology is the study of the origins and history of the universe. Cosmology has benefitted from advances in several fields of study including ground and space based astronomy and from particle physics. This talk will describe conclusions resulting from modern observations without burdensome mathematics. We want anyone to have the opportunity ...

Mar

21

 

History Continued: The Apollo Computer - Out of This World

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Presenter: JOHN BRONSON Topic: Descriptions and illustrations of: The Apollo Guidance Computer, the Display and Keyboard Unit (DSKY), what the Apollo astronauts did with the computer, how it interfaced to the remainder of the Command Module, illustrations of how the Astronauts performed specific operations with the computer, and comparisons to show similarity with other computer ...

Mar

23

 

Spruce Goose Wine Tasting

Ends Mar 24, 2019

Free tasting (21+ only)—in the Aviation Museum building from 11am-4pm, Saturday and Sunday

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Free tasting (21+ only)—in the Aviation Museum building from 11am-4pm, Saturday and Sunday

 

Used Book Sale

Ends Mar 31, 2019

Browse and buy used aviation and space-related books from the Museum’s Collections Department

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Browse and buy used aviation and space-related books from the Museum’s Collections Department

 

VC-9 Air Force Two Opens for Tours

Beginning Saturday, March 23, the Museum's VC-9 aircraft will open for tours.

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Beginning Saturday, March 23, the Museum's VC-9 aircraft will open for tours.

 

OSU Aeronautics & Astronautics Rocketry Team Presentation

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Learn how various Oregon State University rocketry teams design, build, and launch rockets to heights ranging from one mile to 150,000 feet. The teams will talk about their individual competition requirements and the challenges of manufacturing high-powered rockets. Presenting teams include: University Student Launch Initiative Experimental Sounding Rocket Association High Altitude Rocketry Team Hybrid ...

Mar

26

 

History Continued: New Horizons – Encounter at Ultima Thule!

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Presenter: DONN ANDERSON Topic: On January 1st, the NASA New Horizon spacecraft made its closest approach to never before seen Kuiper Belt Object (486958) 2014 MU69 nicknamed Ultima Thule. It’s been 90 days since the flyby. What does it look like? What do we know about it so far? Location: Space Museum, Galaxy Theater Cost: Included with admission    
 

Specialized Flight Class

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Flight has always been about more than just airplanes. Learn about it all – hot air balloons, drones, and other specialized aircraft. Talk pilots, learn to fly in our simulator lab, and dig deep into the world of flight.  Cost: $20 per person Location: Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum Register at the McMinnville Senior Center, online or call (503) 435 - 0407!

Mar

28

 

History Continued: The Submarine Defense – Protecting US

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Presenter: JOHN BRONSON Topic: Descriptions & illustrations of: The museum’s sole exhibit on Maritime Air Patrol / Anti-Submarine Warfare aircraft is highlighted. Specifically described are the development of the defenses against submarines around North America. The application of AntiSubmarine warfare aircraft is illustrated and described. Location: Aviation Museum Mezzanine, ...

Apr

20

 

Easter Eggstravaganza!

The Museum's signature Easter event is back! 

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The Museum's signature Easter event is back! 

Apr

21

 

Closed Easter

The Museum is closed Easter Sunday, April 21st. 

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The Museum is closed Easter Sunday, April 21st. 

Jun

26

 

Amazing Aerospace Summer Camps

Ends Aug 28, 2019

Registration is now open!

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Registration is now open!

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