All attendance by reservation only
“How the United States Went to the Moon” Adults & Youth Only
In July, 1969, the United States landed two astronauts on the lunar surface a feat that was repeated five additional times. This presentation is approximately one hour and thirty minutes in length describing how it was that our country was able to achieve those events in history.
When: Saturday, October 20th, 2018, at 1 pm in the museum meeting room
Fee: Museum members $6, non-members $9.
“History of the Flying Wing Airplane Development into the B-2 Stealth Bomber” Adults & Highly Motivated Youth.
This presentation traces the origins of the flying wing design which ultimately developed into the B-2 Stealth Bomber of today. Includes details as to how aircraft design contributes to its amazing ability to fly undetected by the enemy. Approximately one hour in length.
When: Saturday, November 17th, 2018, at 11 am in the museum meeting room.
“Wright Brothers” Designed for adults & youth only.
An illustrated Power Point presentation of the Wright Brothers and their accomplishment of being the first to fly a powered, controllable flight, heavier than air aircraft. The verbal presentation will be followed immediately by a docent led tour of the museum full scale replica of the Wright Flyer. Entire program very close to two hours in duration.
When: Saturday, December 8th, 2018 at 1 pm in the museum meeting room.
“Oddities of Being in Space” Designed for adult, youth and juniors (juniors with a responsible adult)
Things happen in space that are both a surprise and sometimes very different from life here on Earth! This approximately forty-five minute session will introduce you to a number of these “space oddities!”
When: January 12th, 2019, at 1 pm in the museum meeting room.
Fee: Adults and youth who are museum members $4, non-member adults and youth $5, museum member juniors $3, non-member juniors $5.
All fees payable upon entering room on day of event.