April, 2016

National Underground Railroad Freedom Center Announces New Curator

CINCINNATI, OH – The National Underground Railroad Freedom Center announces the appointment of Ashley Jordan of Mansfield, OH, to the role of curator. Jordan’s appointment comes as the museum approaches the close of its 2015-2016 theme, “Stories That Must Be Told.” As an undergraduate student at Kent State University, Jordan was a member of the […]

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Cincinnati Museum Center and Banfield Pet Hospital connect kids, dogs and veterinarians

Cincinnati Museum Center and Banfield Pet Hospital connect kids, dogs and veterinarians

CINCINNATI – Hands-on learning is critical to a child’s development but sometimes it can get a little ruff. That’s no problem at Cincinnati Museum Center thanks to Banfield Pet Hospital®. Together, Cincinnati Museum Center and Banfield present FutureVet , an interactive program that gives kids the opportunity to meet some furry new friends and to […]

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Freedom Center Announces New Board & National Advisory Council Members

CINCINNATI, OH – The National Underground Railroad Freedom Center announces the appointment of five new members to its Board of Directors, as well as a two new National Advisory Council members. Joining the Board of Directors are Stephen L. Hightower, Mona Malik, Ed Massey, Martin Mooney and Edgar L. Smith, Jr., Roy Bostock and Janet […]

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“Stand Up Economist,” Dr. Yoram Bauman Featured Speaker at Museum of Flight April 7 Free Thursday Evening Events

SEATTLE – The Museum’s monthly Wells Fargo Free First Thursday events take on global warming April 7 from 5-9 p.m. “NASA Climate Night: Monitoring Earth’s Climate From Space,” will offer activities, science experiments, and presentations from NOAA and NASA Sea Grant and Space Grant researchers about the latest in climate monitoring and modeling. At 6 […]

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Snoopy’s Sopwith Camel Airplane in Museum of Flight Major New Exhibit

Snoopy’s Sopwith Camel Airplane in Museum of Flight Major New Exhibit

SEATTLE – Today the Museum opens a major new exhibition of the Sopwith Camel airplane flown by World War I flying ace, Snoopy. The famous aircraft has never been seen in public, and until recently, historians have believed it among the thousands of fighter aircraft lost forever in combat over France nearly one hundred years […]

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Museum of Flight April 9 Programs Recall the “Formidable Forties” at Home and War

SEATTLE – The Museum’s next monthly Boeing Centennial Weekend, April 9-10, looks at Seattle life at home and at war during the “Formidable Forties.” April 9 highlights include a panel of World War II air combat veterans, a lecture and book signing with author John Fredrickson (“Warbird Factory”). All weekend there will be representatives from […]

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