July, 2016

Woodland Park Zoo Curator Reveals How Snakes Travel on Planes at The Museum of Flight

Woodland Park Zoo Curator Reveals How Snakes Travel on Planes at The Museum of Flight

SEATTLE On July 30 at 2 p.m., Martin Ramirez, Curator of Mammals at Woodland Park Zoo will share air cargo stories of how wild animals really get around. The presentation will be outdoors next to the FedEx Air Cargo exhibit in the Aviation Pavilion. Ramirez will also be showing shipping containers that are used by […]

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Wells Fargo Expands Educational Partnership with The Museum of Flight

SEATTLE – At a luncheon ceremony held on July 15 at The Museum of Flight, Wells Fargo announced a new educational commitment–with a grant of $30,000–to The Museum of Flight, specifically for the Washington Aerospace Scholars (WAS)–a combined online and onsite educational program designed to boost high school students’ STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) […]

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Neil Armstrong’s spacesuit makes giant leap from Cincinnati Museum Center to CVG

Neil Armstrong’s spacesuit makes giant leap from Cincinnati Museum Center to CVG

Replica of Neil Armstrong’s spacesuit now on display as part of Curate My Community CINCINNATI – One of Cincinnati Museum Center (CMC)’s most popular objects is taking a small step out of Union Terminal and a giant leap into the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG). On the 47th anniversary of the moon landing, CMC will […]

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Miss Freedom returns to president’s office at the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum

After more than a year in the Steamboat Building as part of the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum’s 50th anniversary exhibition, A Broad Reach: 50 Years of Collecting, Miss Freedom, a large ship figurehead, returned to her home on the porch outside of CBMM’s administrative offices and along St. Michaels’ harbor on Friday, July 8. “I’m […]

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