The Paper Airplane Guy

Feb 16, 2019 9:00 am - 3:00 pm

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

As part of our Member Appreciation Month, we are bringing back John Collins The Paper Airplane Guy and his world record holding, plane folding, educational, and fun program to the Museum.

Members-ONLY presentation @ 9:15am.

General Public presentations @ 12pm and 2pm

John Collins, the ‘Paper Airplane Guy,’ studied origami and aerodynamics in a quest to design the world’s most sophisticated paper projectiles. His record-breaking plane flew 226 feet. To Collins, paper airplanes aren’t just for making a ruckus in class, they can teach us a lot about science. But...class disruption is an added bonus. - ©2016 GREAT BIG STORY, LLC. AND ITS PARENT COMPANIES. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.

Cost: Free to Museum Members; presentation included w/paid Museum admission

 http://www.thepaperairplaneguy.com/ 

Check out this folding fun!!  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5pKicjvC6Uo  

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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