Archive for May, 2016

Helicopters Make Their Home at Museum of Flight for American Heroes Airshow

Helicopters Make Their Home at Museum of Flight for American Heroes Airshow

. May 12, 2016

Helicopters large and small, for war and peace, on view for free with crews all day SEATTLE – A wide variety of agencies will show the diverse capabilities of helicopters in law enforcement, public safety, communications, search and rescue, homeland security and national defense when the American Heroes Airshow comes to the Museum on May […]

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Saint Charles Riverfront Arts and the Foundry Art Centre invite you to EAT DRINK AND BE CREATIVE

. May 12, 2016

This unique, family-friendly community arts series takes place from 5:30 until 8:00 pm on Thursday, May 12, 2016. Saint Charles Riverfront Arts and the Foundry Art Centre invite you to: EAT: From “Steve the Hot Dog Man” and Classic Red Hots DRINK: Beverages will be available for purchase inside the Grand Hall BE CREATIVE: Draw […]

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Cincinnati Museum Center hosting special Free Friday June 3

Cincinnati Museum Center hosting special Free Friday June 3

. May 10, 2016

Free admission to museums and more from 4 to 8 p.m. CINCINNATI – Cincinnati Museum Center is hosting a special Free Friday on June 3. From 4 to 8 p.m., guests receive free admission to the Cincinnati History Museum, Museum of Natural History & Science and Duke Energy Children’s Museum. Free Friday is an opportunity […]

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Baltimore Museum of Art Artist Talk: Broomberg and Chanarin

. May 10, 2016

Former editors of Benetton’s Colors magazine, London-based duo Adam Broomberg and Oliver Chanarin have worked together since the late 1990s, challenging power structures through their photography, sculpture, and film. Hear the creative team in an important talk on how they use bullets, prisms, drummer boys, and a bouffon to investigate war and technology’s impact on […]

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Museum of Flight Announces 1950s Weekend

Museum of Flight Announces 1950s Weekend

. May 7, 2016

Boeing Centennial Weekend with free burgers from Dick’s, vintage TV and a lecture with sweep SEATTLE – The Museum’s next monthly Boeing Centennial Weekend, May 14-15, looks at Seattle life and aviation of the 1950s-when television invaded the living rooms, movies moved outside, airplanes became jets and fast dining became Dick’s Drive-In. “Living history” actors […]

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