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When the Earth Shakes
January 14, 2017 - September 2, 2017

Opening Jan.14th!

Hold on tight! Get ready for earthquakes and tsunamis! Jump on the Quake Karaoke platform and match an earthquake seismogram! Build your structure, set it on a “beach,” and launch a wave in the 16-ft Tsunami Tank! Then replay the impact in slow-mo and improve your design. Complete Puzzled Earth, the plate tectonic puzzle, before time runs out and the pieces fall! Spin through geologic time to make Earth’s continents move and re-form. Be an engineer as you design and build structures to withstand earthquakes on the Shake Table. Find out what engineers do to keep our world safer…When the Earth Shakes!

January

Saturday at the Smith- Safe Skies
January 21, 2017

Join us at our next Saturday at the Smith – Safe Skies at 1:00 pm.

Speakers from FAA and NATCA will teach guests about Air Traffic Control and the Federal Aviation Administration.  Following the program children can learn how to “Design your own communication network” in the classroom area.

For more information click here.

Activities included with Museum admission.

 

 

Flight Science Saturdays – Engineer an Airfoil
January 28, 2017

Join us from 1:00 – 3:00 and engineer an airfoil. Click here for more information.

Open to all ages. (Suggested for ages 8-14) All children must be accompanied by an adult. Program FREE with paid admission

This program is made possible thanks to the generous support of Boeing and PPG Aerospace.

The education resources used are co-created by Boeing engineers and education experts for the company’s centennial and helps mark first 100 days of Boeing’s second century. The content celebrates the inspiration of aerospace, focused on the next generation of aerospace visionaries. To learn more, visit www.boeing.com/100-days

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February

Eagle Aviation Camp Registration Open!
February 1, 2017

2017 CR Smith Museum Summer Camps
More Details to Come! Registration Begins February 1st!

Flight Adventure Camp (entering 3rd-4th grade): June 12th-16th
$275 non-members /$225 Museum member

Eagle Aviation Camp Beginner (entering 5th-7th grade): June 19th-23rd
$300 non-members /$250 Museum member

Eagle Aviation Camp Advanced (entering 7th-9th grade): June 26th-30th
$300 non-members /$250 Museum member

NEW Eagle Aviation Modelers/Drone Camp (entering 6th-8th grade): July 10th-14th
$350 non-members/ $300 Museum member

EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT-REGISTER BY APRIL 29th AND RECEIVE $25 OFF
Not a member?  Join today and receive Museum member rate

 

Each camp will be limited to 20 participants. In the case that camps sell out,
we will have OVERFLOW weeks for our Beginner and Advanced camps:
Beginner OVERFLOW: July 24th-28th
Advanced OVERFLOW: July 31st-August 4th
Camps must have at least 14 registrations to be held.
Overflow camps will have similar programming as original camps.

Flight Science Saturday – Engineer an Airfoil
February 4, 2017

Join us from 1:00 – 3:00 and engineer an airfoil. Click here for more information.

Open to all ages. (Suggested for ages 8-14) All children must be accompanied by an adult. Program FREE with paid admission

This program is made possible thanks to the generous support of Boeing and PPG Aerospace.

The education resources used are co-created by Boeing engineers and education experts for the company’s centennial and helps mark first 100 days of Boeing’s second century. The content celebrates the inspiration of aerospace, focused on the next generation of aerospace visionaries. To learn more, visit www.boeing.com/100-days

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Flight Science Saturday- Engineer an Airfoil
February 11, 2017

Join us from 1:00 – 3:00 and engineer an airfoil. Click here for more information.

Open to all ages. (Suggested for ages 8-14) All children must be accompanied by an adult. Program FREE with paid admission

This program is made possible thanks to the generous support of Boeing and PPG Aerospace.

The education resources used are co-created by Boeing engineers and education experts for the company’s centennial and helps mark first 100 days of Boeing’s second century. The content celebrates the inspiration of aerospace, focused on the next generation of aerospace visionaries. To learn more, visit www.boeing.com/100-days

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