Archive for October, 2014

CBMM offers Intermediate Carving Workshop

CBMM offers Intermediate Carving Workshop

. October 8, 2014

The Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum is offering a four-session intermediate carving workshop with craftsman John Garlick from 5-9 pm. beginning on Tuesday, October 28, and continuing on October 30, November 4 and November 6. Participation is limited, with advanced registration needed. Participants will learn the techniques and artistry necessary to produce a carved eagle with […]

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Star Wars Reads Day, We Host, Dance, We Will Feel the force at The Museum Of Flight on October 11

. October 4, 2014

SEATTLE – The Museum of Flight offers a not-so-far-away galaxy of family Star Wars fun all day, Oct. 11 when it hosts Star Wars Reads Day III. The 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. event includes programs, activities, arts and crafts, and giveaways for all ages. The 21+ Docking Bay 94 Costume and Dance Party caps […]

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J. Otto Seibold and Mr. Lunch

J. Otto Seibold and Mr. Lunch

. October 3, 2014

EXHIBITION J. OTTO SEIBOLD AND MR. LUNCH This holiday season, The Contemporary Jewish Museum continues its tradition of presenting family-friendly exhibitions that explore the work of beloved children’s book illustrators with J. Otto Seibold and Mr. Lunch. J. Otto Seibold, a mostly self-taught Bay Area artist, is one of America’s most influential creators of children’s […]

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Backroads & Byways of Chesapeake Bay author Leslie Atkins at CBMM’s October 25 OysterFest

. October 3, 2014

On Saturday, October 25 from 1:30 p.m. to 5 p.m., travel writer Leslie Atkins will be at the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum’s store to meet the public and sign copies of her latest book, Backroads & Byways of Chesapeake Bay. The event coincides with OysterFest at the museum’s waterfront campus in St. Michaels, Md. Backroads […]

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Newly Restored Boeing 747 Prototype Now   Open to the Public

Newly Restored Boeing 747 Prototype Now Open to the Public

. October 2, 2014

Shuttered for decades, interior of first Jumbo Jet finally revealed SEATTLE – The first Boeing 747 was never an airliner. For over 25 years it was used by Boeing for flight tests until the plane was retired and grounded in the 1990s, then moved to The Museum of Flight years later. Now, after nearly two […]

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