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World record paper airplane folder excites museum goers about science

World record paper airplane folder excites museum goers about science

Pablo Pinilla, Staff Writer

May 30, 2019


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On the rainy Sunday morning of May 26, 2019, about 60 young kids and their parents gathered at the Hiller Aviation Museum to learn about the science of flight and to build something that set a world record. Bay Area native John Collins, also known as Mr. Paper Airplane, entertained the eager audience with his presentation about paper air...

The Hiller Aviation Museum opens their runway for a run of a lifetime

The Hiller Aviation Museum opens their runway for a run of a lifetime

Evan Ajuria, Staff Writer

April 19, 2019


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Going on a Sunday morning run on an airport runway is not something many people have checked off their bucket list, but this weekend, the Hiller Aviation Museum opened up their doors to the Bay Area community to do just that. As summer approaches, fun runs and 5k runs are beginning to pop up again, ...

San Francisco’s Legion of Honor introduces Indian culture in their leading exhibit

San Francisco’s Legion of Honor introduces Indian culture in their leading exhibit

Anika Bhatnagar, Staff Writer

February 3, 2019


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The exhibit East Meets West at the Legion of Honor Fine Arts Museum displays the jewelry and valuables used in India from the 1600s to today. The exhibit contains over 150 pieces worn by Mughal emperors and maharajas (great king) that were made in India and Europe. “I think this exhibit is g...

The Hiller Aviation Museum hosts its Flying Football Fun Fest

The Hiller Aviation Museum hosts its Flying Football Fun Fest

Kimberly Mitchell, Staff Writer

February 4, 2018


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Kimberly Mitchell reports on the annual Flying Football Fun Festival at the San Carlos Hiller Aviation Museum.

County History Museum opens new exhibit

County History Museum opens new exhibit

Anna Feng, Scot Scoop Editor

October 14, 2017


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After much hard work and preparation, the San Mateo County History Museum finally opened its new exhibit, titled Sketches From World War I, last month. The exhibit showcases artwork from Alvin Page Colby, a soldier from Burlingame who later served as a cook while deployed in France. These scenes d...

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