Building a Bright Future at the Museum of Aviation
The Museum of Aviation Foundation will hold the Seventh Annual Brig. Gen. Robert L. Scott, Jr. Memorial Golf Scramble on April 13 at Healy Point Country Club in Macon.
Eight (8) volunteers are needed at 6:30 am for the morning round tee time beginning at 8 am.
Eight (8) volunteers are needed at 11 am for the afternoon round tee time beginning at 1:30 pm.
Volunteers will receive a free golf shirt and a free round of golf at Healy Point in Macon.
General Scott loved his family, his country and the Museum of Aviation. He used to say, "This Museum gave me a purpose in life". Thousands of people - young and old - have been inspired by his determination to succeed against all odds. He was truly "one of a kind" and a great American patriot.
Contact June Lowe at 478-923-6600 to volunteer and provide her with your shirt size.
April is Month of the Military Child
Scavenger Hunt at the Museum of Aviation
Celebrate with the Museum of Aviation during the month of April by completing a fun Scavenger Hunt in the Eagle Building.
A child of a military family has the chance to win a FREE One-Week 2012 Summer Camp at the Museum of Aviation! The drawing for one certificate will be held at the Air Show on Saturday, April 28.
Get and return your Scavenger Hunt Form at the Eagle Building Volunteer Desk at front entrance. Must be completed by April 27.
Active duty and retired military families can win the one week 2012 Summer Camp certificate. Winning student must be in Pre-K - 12th grade. The winner can choose any available 2012 Summer Camp offered in their age category that has space available.
One drawing will occur on April 28 at the Robins Air Force Base Air Show. The winner will be notified by April 30.
One Scavenger Hunt submission per child please.
NASA RERC Educator Workshop
NASA RERC Educator Workshop is for Middle School teachers. The workshop will be held April 21 from 9 am to 4 pm at the NASA RERC at the Museum of Aviation.
The NASA BEST Activities Guides were designed to teach students the Engineering Design Process. Each guide has been created for grades K-2, 3-5 and 6-8. All grades will follow the same set of activities that teach students about humans' endeavor to return to the Moon:
How we investigate the Moon remotely (Part 1)
The modes of transportation to and on the Moon (Part 2)
Humans living and working on the Moon (Part 3)
The Engineering Design Process is a series of steps that engineers use to guide them as they solve problems. What makes this curriculum different from the others is there are no "recipe" for building the items in each activity and no given drawings.
The emphasis is for students to understand that engineers must "imagine and plan" before they begin to build and experiment. To successfully complete the NASA BEST Activities, students must draw their ideas first before constructing.
Museum of Aviation Foundation Receives State Flags Donation
The Museum of Aviation Foundation received a donation from Ginger Edenfield to purchase a set of 50 State flags.
State flags are displayed around the Outdoor Amphitheater. Flags are flown daily. The weather takes a toll on the flags which arereplaced two times per year. With support, the State flags will continue to wave.
State flags allow individuals, groups or organizations to sponsor a flag for $250 a year. Flag sponsors get a plate on the flag pole to recognize their sponsorship of a loved one, veteran, organization or relative. The cost of sponsorship and state flag donations are tax deductible as a donation to the Museum of Aviation Foundation.
The Amphitheater is located in the center of the 51-acre Museum complex and is used for concerts, outdoor ceremonies, education programs and other events all year long.
For information about donating toward the purchase of a set of state flags or flag sponsorship, visit www.museumofaviation.org or call (478) 923-6600.
April 8 - Easter
Museum is CLOSED
General Scott Memorial Golf Tournament
Hall of Fame Banquet
Educational Workshop for Middle School Teachers
Robins AFB Air Show
Young Astronauts' Day
The Museum's Ongoing Events
Wednesday - Friday
11 a.m. - 4 p.m.
9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
1 - 4 p.m.
For more information,
Mission Quest Flight Simulation Center
Ages 13 - Adults
Monday - Friday
from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
This is a program of two to six hours. Minimum number of participants is 10 and maximum number participants of 20.
For reservations, call 478.472.7546.
Tuesday - Saturday
Tours last approximately 1-1/2 hours. Minimum number for tour is 10 and maximum number is 90. For reservations, call 478.472.7546.
The Museum of Aviation Education Department is excited to present the Georgia Annual Young Astronauts' Day to be held on May 12 from 9 am - 2 pm for participants in 1st - 8th grades.
Pre-registration is required for all participants. You may attend as a group or as an individual.
Please mail registration, release/waiver and payment in full to the below address OR bring to the Education Office in the Century of Flight Hangar at the Museum. Please do not fax the registration packet. To download a YAD Packet, CLICK HERE.
Young Astronauts' Day is $35 per participant. This price includes an opening ceremony, 1 Flight with 3 workshops, lunch and a fun-filled day!
The Museum of Aviation Education Department Summer Camp registration is underway. Camps fill up quickly so register now. To view the camp schedule and to register,CLICK HERE.
STARBASE ROBINS Summer Academies
STARBASE ROBINS summer academies for the month of June.
June 4 - 8
Robotics Academy allows rising 6th - 8th graders to design, build and program robots using the Lego NXT kits. Student teams will program their robot to solve challenging problems. This is a great academy for individual's interested Lego robotics or in starting a FIRST Lego League Team.
June 11 - 15
Crime Scene Investigator (CSI) Academy
Crime Scene Investigator (CSI)Academy allows rising 6th - 8th graders to investigate a crime scene and solve cases utilizing Science, Technology, Engineering & Math (STEM).
June 18 - 22
Engineering Academy will allow the students to use computer aided design software and learn the engineering process from start to finish. Students will have an opportunity to complete several engineering challenges using Pro-E CAD 3d software.
All academies are from 9 am - 3 pm and cost $160. If you like us on Facebook, each family can receive a $10 discount. For more information, call (478) 926-1769 or visit our website at www.starbaserobins.org.