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Feb

01

 

Member Appreciation Month Membership Deals

Ends Feb 28, 2018

20% off ALL Museum Membership purchases during February!

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20% off ALL Museum Membership purchases during February!

Feb

10

 

CryptoClub Teacher Training Workshop

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Feb

13

 

History Continued: Occupied! Living Under the Nazi Jackboot for 5 Years

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Presenter: JIM GREEN Topic: Imagine living under the Nazi jackboot for 5 years. The British Channel Islanders survived the ordeal; hear about their experience Tuesday, February 13.  Location CHANGE: Aviation Museum Mezzanine Room 201 @ 2pm Cost: Included with admission    

Feb

16

 

Movie Event: Dunkirk

Receive free admission to Dunkirk by purchasing a Museum Membership before 3pm February 16th!

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Receive free admission to Dunkirk by purchasing a Museum Membership before 3pm February 16th!

Feb

20

 

History Continued: Quantum Mechanics Orientation

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Presenter: CHARLES NAIL Topic: Attend this presentation and learn how quantum mechanics explains most physical phenomena. Location: Space Museum Galaxy Theater @ 2pm Cost: Included with admission    

Feb

23

 

HOME SCHOOL DAYS: Cryptozoology

This Cryptozoology Home School Day is now completely filled. 

 

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This Cryptozoology Home School Day is now completely filled. 

 

Feb

24

 

Member Appreciation Month - Black History Celebration

This year’s theme for Black History Month is African Americans in Times of War.

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This year’s theme for Black History Month is African Americans in Times of War.

Feb

25

 

Spruce Goose Wine Tasting

In the Aviation Museum building from 11am-4pm 

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In the Aviation Museum building from 11am-4pm 

 

Member Appreciation Month - The Paper Airplane Guy

You might think paper airplanes are fun, quick-to-make toys for kids, but there is a world of paper plane–makers who are dead serious about the creation of record-setting planes.

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You might think paper airplanes are fun, quick-to-make toys for kids, but there is a world of paper plane–makers who are dead serious about the creation of record-setting planes.

Feb

27

 

History Continued: F-100F Super Sabre & First Person to Survive a Supersonic Ejection

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Presenter: CHUCK GASCOIGNE & GARY SOHN Topic: Dual presentations! The F-100F Super Sabre – A Vietnam veteran that served well. Also, on February 26, 1955, first person to survive a supersonic ejection. Location: Aviation Museum @ F-100F Super Sabre aircraft  Cost: Included with admission    

Mar

02

 

HOME SCHOOL DAYS: Oceanography (3rd class added!)

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Have you ever wanted to explore the ocean floors around Antarctica? Now’s your chance to begin learning all about underwater exploration! Build your own submarine, and discover more about Oregon’s water cycle, alternative energy, and all those creatures that live beneath the waves. Date: March 2, 2018 Age Range: Grades K-12. Check In: Evergreen Theater; Check in Begins at 8:45am, ...

Mar

06

 

History Continued: Friendship 7

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Presenter: JIM CAMERON Topic: 58 years ago the team from NACA (later named NASA) engineers were to launch Friendship 7 with John Glenn aboard. We will look behind the scenes at the rare & first group of three African American women that were influential leaders in mathematics, computer programming, and engineering in the space program to the moon. Join Docent Presenter Jim Cameron at the ...

Mar

09

 

SIP! McMinnville Wine and Food Classic presented by Pacific Seafood

Ends Mar 11, 2018

Please note: The Space Museum building will be closed to accommodate this event from Wednesday, March 7 through Monday, March 12; reduced Museum admission will be in effect during the closure period: $16 adults, $14 seniors, $12 youth. 

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Please note: The Space Museum building will be closed to accommodate this event from Wednesday, March 7 through Monday, March 12; reduced Museum admission will be in effect during the closure period: $16 adults, $14 seniors, $12 youth. 

Mar

12

 

JANE - global broadcast premiere

We regret to inform our guests that this event has been canceled, effective Friday, March 9. We apologize for any inconvenience. 

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We regret to inform our guests that this event has been canceled, effective Friday, March 9. We apologize for any inconvenience. 

Mar

13

 

History Continued: Black Holes

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Presenter: GARY SOHN Topic: Black Holes are not black and little known, because we can’t see them. Join Museum Docent Gary Sohn for a primer on Black Holes! Location: Space Museum Galaxy Theater @ 2pm Cost: Included with admission    

Mar

15

 

History Continued: The Berlin Airlift - The Ultimate Canned Food Drive

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Presenter: JOHN BRONSON Topic: Descriptions & illustrations of: What led to the crisis; the solution; description of the aircraft used; routes and navigation environment; Lt Gail Halvorsen as the Candy Bomber; Airlift facts and legacy; relationship to Museum exhibits. Location: Aviation Museum Mezzanine @ 2pm Cost: Included with admission    

Mar

16

 

HOME SCHOOL DAYS: Oceanography (2nd class added!)

This Home School Day is now completely filled.

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This Home School Day is now completely filled.

 

US Air Force Band of the Golden West - Free Concert

Join us for a FREE concert by The Commanders Jazz Ensemble!

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Join us for a FREE concert by The Commanders Jazz Ensemble!

Mar

17

 

History Continued - Air Traffic Control; The World's Ultimate Video Game, from a Controller's Perspective

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Presenter: RON WILLIAMSON Topic: Come inside the control tower and in front of the radar screen with our host, retired Controller Ron Williamson. You’ll learn the history and workings of Air Traffic Control Systems. Hear stories of stress, boredom, emergencies, radar failures, humor, and UFOs, all while “pushing tin” to provide a safe, orderly, and expeditious flow of air ...

Mar

20

 

History Continued: Cessna 02 Skymaster and “Bat 21 Bravo”

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Presenter: JIM LILLEY Topic: The Museum’s 0-2 Skymaster (#395) was actually used during the recovery of Bat 21 Bravo, Lt. Col. Iceal Hambleton. On April 2, 1972, Hambleton was the navigator flying a Douglas EB-66 electronic warfare aircraft that was shot down over enemy territory. Location: Aviation Museum at the Cessna Skymaster exhibit @ 2pm Cost: Included with admission    
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