[Steppes] Summer Mom & Dad's Club

M. Peet ceinwenswan at hotmail.com
Wed Jun 6 21:17:56 PDT 2001

>Greetings to everyone in the Summer Mom and Dad’s club.  I am
>in charge of finding the activity for Tuesday, June 12.  Here’s what I
>have round up:
>I have made arrangements for the group to tour the C.R. Smith
>Museum.  This is a FREE museum dedicated to the commercial
>aviation industry (specifically American Airlines).  I have arranged
>for the tour to start at 1:00 with a 15-minute omni-type movie, then
>we will have a scavenger hunt.
>This museum is a very definite hands-on, interactive learn how a
>plane flies by working the controls, learn how flight reservations are
>made through their massive computer system, there is a wind-
>tunnel, you can sit in a simulation of a commercial airline cock-pit
>and see a movie of what it looks like through the windshield as you
>take off down a run-way, etc. etc.
>I have also made a request that we use the flight simulator.
>I made reservations for 35 people.  Please contact me privately at
>susant at unt.edu or ladylavina at email.com if you plan on going so
>that I can make sure that I have enough scavenger hunt packets.
>If you are interested in learning more about this museum, check
>out their homepage: http://www.crsmithmuseum.org.
>Directions according to their website are as follows:
>From Dallas, take Highway 183W to 360 South towards Arlington.
>Take FAA Road exit (first exit off of 360 South), turn right at the
>stop sign. The museum is on the right.
>From Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (3 miles south), take
>the South exit from the airport and follow the 183 West/360 South
>curve to the right. Exit at FAA Road and turn right at stop sign. The
>museum is on the right.
>From the north, follow Texas Highway 360 South. Take Trinity
>Boulevard exit. Stay in left lane, go under highway and stay on
>access road northbound to stop sign at FAA Road. Take a left over
>the highway.   Museum is ahead of you on the right.
>From the south, follow 360 North. Take Trinity St./FAA Road exit.
>Continue Northbound on the service road till you get to FAA Road.
>Take a left over the highway. The museum is ahead of you on the
>I look forward to seeing everyone on Tuesday.  Remember to wear
>you tye-dye t-shirt!  If you have any questions about this museum,
>please feel free to contact me.
>Susan Brockington
>Chemistry Student Services Office
>UNT Department of Chemistry
>susanb at unt.edu
>voice:  (940) 565-3554
>fax: (940) 565-4318

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