Join us every other Wednesday at 4:30 p.m. CT for a Facebook live broadcast from the Museum studio!
These short, free education activities cover STEM concepts as well as diving into the Museum archives and interviews with industry experts.
Free resources are included after the broadcast so you can continue your learning experience on your own time.
Our full schedule is below and make sure to like our Facebook Page to receive a notification when we are live!
Love is in the Air(mail)
Wednesday, February 10, 2020. 4:30 p.m. CT
In 1911, love was quite literally in the air as aviator Earle Ovington dropped the first authorized air mail delivery in the U.S. from his monoplane. During this broadcast, we will be celebrating 110 years of air mail delivery and will be engineering love-notes launchers. Move over Cupid! Don’t miss it! Like @crsmithmuseum on Facebook
With Flying Colors
Meet the experts
Wednesday, February 24, 2020. 4:30 p.m. CT
We are celebrating the 100th anniversary of an important milestone in history: the year Bessie Coleman became the first woman of color to obtain a pilot license. During this broadcast, you will hear how American Airlines flight attendant Leticia Carey was inspired by Bessie’s ambition, grit, and determination which led her to pursue her own dreams of flight, including getting her pilot license and empowering girls around the nation. Don’t miss it! Like @crsmithmuseum on Facebook
Curator Curiosities - Part 4
Meet the experts
Wednesday, March 24, 2020. 4:30 p.m. CT
Put-on your bell-bottom pants and turn on your disco ball, Curator Tim is flying us back to 1971 again this week. Join us to find out more about what made the early 70s so special for the airline industry. Groovy baby! Don’t miss it! Like @crsmithmuseum on Facebook