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New in '22! Aviation Museum launches humanities series

First up: on Thursday, Jan. 27, a program on aviation/photography pioneers Martin and Osa Johnson, who became world famous in the 1920s for the first-ever movies of exotic animals of Africa and Asia in their natural habitat. Includes a screening of the Johnsons' documentary 'Simba!' (1928) with live music. To take place at the Town Hall Theatre, 40 Main St., Wilton, N.H.; for complete info, check out the Press Release.


Volunteer Open House on Tuesday, Feb. 8 at 7 p.m.

You're invited to the Aviation Museum of New Hampshire's upcoming volunteer open house, scheduled for Tuesday, Feb. 8 from 7 to 8:30 p.m. You'll meet current volunteers and learn about the many ways to help the Aviation Museum carry out its mission. The museum is especially interested in finding and training adult mentors to help with its ongoing student plane-building program at the Manchester School of Technology. The program's first airplane is nearing completion, and preliminary construction will soon begin on the program's second airplane. Want to help make a difference in a young person's life?

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Holiday 'Festival of Planes' extended to Sunday, Jan. 30

It's a holiday exhibit designed to make your imagination take flight—and it's now been extended to Sunday, Jan. 30. It's our annual 'Festival of Planes,' a display of more than 1,500 vintage aviation toys and model aircraft. Due to sustained popularity, the museum will keep the exhibit open through the end of January.