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Mar

21

 

Rosie the Riveter Day Ceremony

Celebrate National Women's History Month by honoring the legacy of the women who made history on the Home Front during World War II, collectively symbolized by "Rosie the Riveter"

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Celebrate National Women's History Month by honoring the legacy of the women who made history on the Home Front during World War II, collectively symbolized by "Rosie the Riveter"

Mar

23

 

HOME SCHOOL DAYS: Oceanography

The Oceanography Home School Day is now completely filled. 

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The Oceanography Home School Day is now completely filled. 

Mar

24

 

Cultural Days: Women in Aviation Celebration

This year’s theme for Women’s History Month is Aerospace Pioneers.

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This year’s theme for Women’s History Month is Aerospace Pioneers.

Mar

27

 

History Continued: Wings of Gold! Aircraft Carrier Operations

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Presenter: PHIL SOWA Topic: Capt. Phil Sowa, USN retired, tells you everything you have ever wanted to know about aircraft carriers. He did it all in his 31-year Navy career, from carrier pilot to catapult and arresting gear officer to ship’s captain. He’ll take you on an amazing tour behind the scenes of flight and carrier operations of the world’s mightiest warships.  Aircraft ...

Mar

29

 

Spring Break Camp: Cardboard Creation Camp

Ends Mar 30, 2018

Register Now! Space is limited to 20 attendees. 

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Register Now! Space is limited to 20 attendees. 

 

Spring Break Camp: Jr. Navigators Camp

Ends Mar 30, 2018

Register Now! Space is limited to 20 attendees. 

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Register Now! Space is limited to 20 attendees. 

 

Story Days

Ends Mar 30, 2018

Our Historical Figures program reaches back into history and brings a pivotal person of historical significance to Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum. Their stories relay the often crucial role they played in aviation and aerospace or the extraordinary events they were part of. 

Historical figures are portrayed by Museum employees and volunteers for learning and entertainment, and a new meaning to history...coming alive. 

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Our Historical Figures program reaches back into history and brings a pivotal person of historical significance to Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum. Their stories relay the often crucial role they played in aviation and aerospace or the extraordinary events they were part of. 

Historical figures are portrayed by Museum employees and volunteers for learning and entertainment, and a new meaning to history...coming alive. 

 

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: TBD. Ask your admissions staff for presentation location. Cost: Included with admission    

Mar

31

 

Spruce Goose Wine Tasting

Free tasting—in the Aviation Museum building from 11am-4pm 

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Free tasting—in the Aviation Museum building from 11am-4pm 

Apr

01

 

Closed Easter

The Museum is closed Easter Sunday, April 1st. 

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The Museum is closed Easter Sunday, April 1st. 

Apr

03

 

History Continued: The Royal Air Force is 100 years old

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Presenter: JIM GREEN Topic: The Royal Air Force became the world’s first independent air force when it was established in 1918, exactly 100 years ago. Hear about the exploits and highlights during those 100 years of achievements. Location: Space Museum Galaxy Theater Cost: Included with admission    

Apr

10

 

History Continued: The U.S. Military’s Secretive X-37B Space Plane

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Presenter: DONN ANDERSON Topic: The U.S. Air Force’s X-37B space plane has been going into orbit and returning to earth since 2015. Also known as the Orbital Test Vehicle (OTV), this “mini-shuttle” is both a marvel and a mystery. Come learn the what, when, where, and why of the fascinating X-37B! Location: Space Museum Galaxy Theater Cost: Included with admission    

Apr

13

 

HOME SCHOOL DAYS: Feats of the Ancient World - 2nd Class

This Home School Day is now completely filled.

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This Home School Day is now completely filled.

 

ADULT NIGHT

Join us for an exciting new series of monthly events!

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Join us for an exciting new series of monthly events!

Apr

14

 

Cultural Days: Yuri's Day

The theme for April is in celebration of Yuri Gagarin's flight; that first glimpse of Earth from space.

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The theme for April is in celebration of Yuri Gagarin's flight; that first glimpse of Earth from space.

Apr

17

 

History Continued: Super Secret D-21 Drone Program

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Presenter: GARY SOHN Topic: The D-21 was developed for and operated by the Central Intelligence Agency and the Air Force under a veil of extreme secrecy. The program was not made public until long after the it had ceased to exist as a viable national reconnaissance asset. The D-21 program was brought to life in response to the decision to discontinue U-2 flights after the loss of Gary Powers's ...

Apr

20

 

HOME SCHOOL DAYS: Feats of the Ancient World

This Feats of the Ancient World Home School Day is now completely filled. See our events page for the added Feats of the Ancient World class on April 13. 

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This Feats of the Ancient World Home School Day is now completely filled. See our events page for the added Feats of the Ancient World class on April 13. 

Apr

21

 

History Continued: T-38 Talon

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Presenter: DAN GOODRICH Topic: Accepted into US Air Force service on September 14, 1964, this Talon's first assignment was with the 3550th Pilot Training Wing at McCoy AFB in Florida. Location: Space Museum Galaxy Theater Cost: Included with admission    

Apr

24

 

History Continued: Elon Musk and SpaceX

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Presenter: DONN ANDERSON Topic: Elon Musk’s SpaceX just successfully tested the world’s most powerful rocket, the Falcon Heavy. In the process, Musk’s personal all-electric car, a cherry red Tesla roadster convertible, was placed in orbit around the earth before heading out toward the Asteroid Belt! Come learn the who, what, when, where, and why of America’s premier ...

Apr

27

 

HOME SCHOOL DAYS: Feats of the Ancient World - (3rd Class Added)

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Take part in several engineering challenges, recreating wonders of the ancient world. While you put together these famous marvels, discover more about their fascinating history. Date:  April 27, 2018 Age Range: Grades K-12. Check In: Evergreen Theater; Check in Begins at 8:45am, program begins at 9am - 2pm Cost: Museum Members - Youth $10, Adult: FreeNon-Member - Youth $12, Adult: $8 Pre-Registration ...
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